Diminis Non-Curat Lex

by | Aug 10, 2023

Diminis non-curat LexThe principle that the law is not concerned with significant or minor matters.Law does not take account of trifling matters, or matters of little or no value or importance.

  • Diminis :- too trival or minor to merit consideration,especially in law
  • Non-curat :- not take care
  • Lex :- a system or body of law

Example :- ‘X’ drives at a high speed along a dusty road and his motor wheels throw a little dust on ‘Y’.Here ‘X’, on the basis of this maxim is not liable for the tort as so minor to take into consideration.


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