Duhaime's Law Dictionary


Damnum Injuria Datum Definition:

Latin: wrongful injury to the property of another.

A Latin law maxim referring to damages or loss caused by a the actions of a person who was acting without any legal basis, such as damages caused by a trespasser, or a gratuitous assault on a person or upon property.

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