Quasi Delict

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Meaning of Quasi delict

In Civil law. An act whereby a person, without malice, but by fault, negligence, or imprudence not legally excusable, causes injury to another. A quMsi delict may be public or private. The neglect of the affairs of a community, when it is our duty to attend to them, may be a crime; the neglect of a private matter, under similar circumstances, may be the ground of a civil action. Bowyer, Mod. Civ. Law, c. 43, p. 265.


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