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  [Hague-jur-commercial-law] Lots of different definitions of delicts
Delicts are either public or private: The public are those which affect the whole community by their hurtful consequences; The private is that which is directly injurious to a private individual.
http://www.luiss.it/erasmuslaw/scozia/obligations.htm Involuntary Obligations Delict Delict is the area of the law which governs the obligation to refrain from wrongful conduct which may harm the interests of another, and the duty to compensate one who is harmed as a result of your wrongful conduct.
Strict Liability Strict liability delicts arise where the harming of the interests of an individual are sufficient for the existence of delictual liability, regardless of the intentions or the negligence of the individual who causes the harm.
lists.essential.org /pipermail/hague-jur-commercial-law/2001-June/000073.html   (0 words)

 [Hague-jur-commercial-law] What exactly are "delicts"????
Just as US law will recognise different circumstances as torts from those recognised as torts in English law, so Scots law recognises different circumstances as delicts from those recognised as torts in English law.
To answer your example, the delict of nuisance would cover unsocial acts that do not result in damages to the person who sues.
At the US Copyright and Department of State meetings, it was reported that delicts were somewhat different.
lists.essential.org /pipermail/hague-jur-commercial-law/2001-June/000069.html   (0 words)

Delict is the area of the law which governs the obligation to refrain from wrongful conduct which may harm the interests of another, and the duty to compensate one who is harmed as a result of your wrongful conduct.
Unlike intentional delicts, where a delictual act relates to a single individual, there is potential for a careless act to cause harm to a wide range of individuals.
Strict liability delicts arise where the harming of the interests of an individual are sufficient for the existence of delictual liability, regardless of the intentions or the negligence of the individual who causes the harm.
www.luiss.it /erasmuslaw/scozia/obligations.htm   (2637 words)

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Delicts are defined as illegal actions of persons who are of a lesser danger to society.
Delicts are defined in various standards such as the Delict law (Act No. 372/1990 of Code), Customs Law (Act No. 618/1992 of Code), Forest law (Act No. 100/1977 of Code), and the Foreign Bills Law (Act No. 528/1990 of code).
Administrative delicts are not in the jurisdiction of the courts.
www.ojp.usdoj.gov /bjs/pub/ascii/wfbcjslo.txt   (3571 words)

Also reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is the delict which consists in the consecration for a sacrilegious purpose of one matter without the other in a Eucharistic celebration, or of both outside of the Eucharistic celebration.
The delicts against the sanctity of the sacrament of Penance reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith are:
One who perpetrates the delict spoken of in 1 is to be punished for the gravity of the offense not excluding dismissal or deposition.
natcath.org /NCR_Online/documents/CDFnorms.htm   (2501 words)

 Glossary: Maxims of the Global Covenant
Since the penalty for a gross delict is justifiably retribution, and since retribution is the penalty specified in Genesis 9:6, we are certain that the jural compact has subject matter jurisdiction over gross delicts.
Since positive law is law imposed by humans upon humans, and since the mandate against perpetration of a delict is the global covenant's only global obligation that has a penalty to be executed by humans; this obligation to avoid perpetration of a delict is the only obligation that comes close to being positive law.
Because the mandate against any delict is accompanied by a penalty, it may appear that the many jural compacts inherently mandated to exist in each new nation created by the disintegration of the Babel project, would have teeth, compared to the obligations that incur no penalty.
www.bjp-tiaj.net /1_Helps/1_0_Glossaries/1_0_2_Maxims_of_Global_Covenant_R.htm   (5061 words)

The delicts against the sanctity of the sacrament of Penance reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith for judgement are:
The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is the Supreme Apostolic Tribunal for the Latin Church and for the Eastern Catholic Churches for the judgement of the delicts defined in the preceding articles.
This unofficial translation is based on a translation of the Motu Proprio by the USCCB and a translation of the Norms by Gregory Ingels, both revised by Joseph R. Punderson and Charles J. Scicluna.
www.bishop-accountability.org /resources/resource-files/churchdocs/SacramentorumAndNormaeEnglish.htm   (3511 words)

Delicts could even include such situations as delay in the payment of foreign debt.
The Commission's distinction between crimes and delicts was not justified, since the difference in consequences for the two types of wrongful acts were minor.
BRANIMIR ZAIMOV (Bulgaria) said the distinction between crimes and delicts had to be based on the seriousness of their consequences and on the extent of the material, legal and moral injury they caused to other States and to the international community.
www.un.org /News/Press/docs/1996/19961108.gal3019.html   (1556 words)

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The Applicant previously appeared at an extensive public hearing where two of the incidents in respect whereof he is seeking amnesty, were considered.  The remaining incidents are now being dealt with in chambers.
Applicant is applying for amnesty in respect of all offences and delicts arising from these incidents including malicious damage to property.
Applicant is unable to recall the identity of the victim and applies for amnesty in respect of all delicts and offences arising from the incident including malicious injury to property.
www.doj.gov.za /trc/decisions/2001/ac21184.htm   (1688 words)

 Brief Introduction of the Penal Code of Macao   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Because of the reason that the criminal law must be specific in defining crimes and criminal delicts, the criminal law is prohibited from using terms of analogy in incrimination.
After determining the types of corresponding penalties and security measures for crimes and criminal delicts, legislators must determine the maximum and minimum limits on penalties or security measures in accordance with the most serious and slightest forms of execution of crimes and criminal delicts as well as their danger of damage or damage imaginable.
In other words, the pretexts for penalties for crimes and security measures for criminal delicts and the legal consequences of crimes and criminal delicts must firstly be defined by law before the penalties and security measures are applied by judicial authorities.
dawning.iist.unu.edu /unesco/eng/law/6penal.html   (2654 words)

 Introduction to the Theological Inventory & Preamble to the Constitution
Delicts are divided into two overriding classes, gross and subtle, based primarily on the type of remedy or punishment suited to the delict.
Subtle delicts are punished/remedied by restitution or injunction.
Even though it may be an action brought by a private citizen, it still falls within the scope and purview of the jural society, because the jural society's whole function is the protection of property rights.
www.bjp-tiaj.net /0_TIAJ/0_1_Introduction-Preamble.htm   (2855 words)

 Code of Canon Law - IntraText
A person who uses physical force against the Roman Pontiff incurs a latae sententiae excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See; if he is a cleric, another penalty, not excluding dismissal from the clerical state, can be added according to the gravity of the delict.
A person who does this against a bishop incurs a latae sententiae interdict and, if he is a cleric, also a latae sententiae suspension.
www.vatican.va /archive/ENG1104/_P53.HTM   (425 words)

 Voice of the Faithful - In the Vineyard
The fathers of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith examined the commission's work carefully and submitted to the supreme pontiff conclusions on the determination of more grave delicts and the manner of proceeding to declare or impose sanctions, with the exclusive competence in this of the apostolic tribunal of this congregation remaining firm.
The more grave delicts both in the celebration of the sacraments and against morals reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith are:
Only these delicts, which are indicated above with their definition, are reserved to the apostolic tribunal of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
www.votf.org /vineyard/Oct5_2006/letter.html   (821 words)

Today the Committee was expected to continue debate on the topics of State responsibility and of international liability for injurious consequences arising out of acts not prohibited by international law (chapters IV and V of the report, respectively).
Regarding State responsibility, the report states that the notion of a "State crime" remained controversial, and distinction between the notions of "crimes" and "delicts" was discussed.
UMBERTO LEANZA (Italy) said that in drawing a distinction between international delicts and crimes, the Commission had made clear that violations of certain profound obligations were internationally wrongful acts entitled to their own legal regime.
www.un.org /News/Press/docs/1995/19951019.gal2869.html   (3240 words)

 The Mazal Library
If, for instance, shareholders or creditors of a joint stock company want to lodge a claim against a leading member of this form of undertaking, they make a private claim, whereas according to modern legal opinion, only the state is entitled to a demand for punishment.
According to whether a so called delict produces such a claim or merely a claim for compensation for damage suffered by the person concerned, these delicts are called crimes, criminal offenses (delicta publica), or private delicts (delicta privata).
Although both these types of so called delicts constitute legal offenses and therefore must have been committed unlawfully and culpably, they still differ in their legal consequences i.
www.mazal.org /archive/nmt/09/NMT09-T0168.htm   (365 words)

 MySpace.com - The Delicts - Glasgow, UK - Rock / Psychedelic - www.myspace.com/thedelicts
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 Crimes of State and the 1996 Report of the International Law Commission on State Responsibility
The idea of a distinction between `normal' state delicts and delicts which are `grave', `aggravated,' or `criminal' was not new
Equally clearly, it was assumed that the consequences would be more serious than in the case of ordinary delicts.
Otherwise there was little point in distinguishing between ordinary delicts and crimes, if the consequences were to be the same.
www.ejil.org /journal/Vol9/No1/art6-01.html   (908 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
(2) Main penalties are divided into: main penalties for crimes and main penalties for delicts.
(6) The accessory penalty for delicts and crimes is the prohibition of the exercise of all rights provided as complementary penalty.
Delicts jeopardising the life, corporal integrity and health of persons
www.legislationline.org /upload/legislations/bc/17/6a28ce7d0476749bbd497dbba2e4.htm   (17029 words)

 Crime   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
On the one hand you can see that theft, delicts against penal laws and rawness crime were the three mostly commit crimes.
This bar chart shows us a bar for each group of age and puts the different kinds of crime committed by this group of age into relation with each other.
Thefts become fewer while there's a growing number of forging crimes and delicts against penal laws.
theo.thg.goe.ni.schule.de /~comgeo/comg2000/grup4.htm   (406 words)

 Sexual Abuse Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Rather, the transgressions in question relate to obligations arising from divine commands regarding human sexual interaction as conveyed to us by the sixth commandment of the Decalogue (CIC, c.
1453 §1.) Thus, the norm to be considered in assessing an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor is whether conduct or interaction with a minor qualifies as an external, objectively grave violation of the sixth commandment (USCCB, Canonical Delicts Involving Sexual Misconduct and Dismissal from the Clerical State, 1995, p.6).
Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the diocesan bishop/eparch, with the advice of a qualified review board, to determine the gravity of the alleged act.
www.sfcss.org /policies/sexabusedef.htm   (262 words)

 ReGAIN Website
It is to be kept in mind that an Instruction of this kind had the force of law since the Supreme Pontiff, according to the norm of can.
The Supreme Pontiff, Pope Paul VI, of happy memory, by the Apostolic Constitution on the Roman Curia, Regimini Ecclesiae Universae, issued on August 15, 1967,[3] confirmed the Congregation’s judicial and administrative competence in proceeding “according to its amended and approved norms”.
With this apostolic letter, issued motu proprio, we have completed this work and we hereby promulgate the Norms concerning the more grave delicts reserved to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which Norms are divided in two distinct parts, of which the first contains Substantive Norms, and the second Procedural Norms.
www.regainnetwork.org /article.php?a=47245966   (645 words)

 Office of Marriage Tribunal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Delicts Against Religion and the Unity of the Church
Delicts Against Ecclesiastical Authorities and the Freedom of the Church
Guidelines for penalties (sanctions) related to various offenses (delicts) are also contained in Book Six of the Code of Canon Law.
home.catholicweb.com /springtribunal/index.cfm/NewsItem?ID=171557&From=Home   (81 words)

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