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Definition of "delictual" []

  • Derived from a delict (analogous to a tort). (adjective)

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Use "delictual" in a sentence
  • "The Appeal Court found that the effects of sexual abuse on children and adult survivors were very different from those suffered by the usual plaintiff in a delictual action."
  • "The Act has been applied mainly in delictual claims arising from car accidents."
  • "The actio de pauperie (action based on damage caused by animals) provides an injured person with a delictual remedy against an owner of an animal for damages caused by such animal."