Legal Definition and Related Resources of Onerari non
Meaning of Onerari non
(Lat. ought not to be burdened). In pleading. The name of a plea by which the defendant says that he ought not to be charged. It is used in an action of debt. 1 Saund. 290, note (a).
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Concept of “Onerari Non”
Traditional meaning of onerari non in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) : (in Latin) Ought not to be burdened. A plea used in an action of debt.
Notes and References
- Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and Maxims, “Onerari Non”, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1911, United States. It is also called the Stimson’s Law dictionary. This term and/or definition may be absolete.