Doli capax

by | Oct 7, 2023

Doli capax –It means “capable of deceit” or “capable of wrongdoing” in English. It is often used in legal contexts to refer to a person, typically a child, who is considered old enough to understand and be held accountable for their wrongful actions

  • Doli :- deceit or trickery
  • Capax :- capable of

ExampleThe court determined that the child was doli capax, meaning they were old enough to understand the consequences of their actions and could be held responsible for their deceitful behavior.This would indicate that the court found the child capable of deceit or wrongdoing and thus legally accountable.

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