Diminis non-curat Lex– The 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.