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Injuria sine damno

The Latin legal phrase “Injuria sine damno” translates to “injury without damage” in English. This phrase is used to describe a situation where someone’s legal rights have been violated, or they have been harmed in some way, but they have not suffered any financial or material loss. In certain legal contexts, an individual may be entitled to compensation or a remedy even if they have not suffered any measurable economic damage, as long as their legal rights have been infringed upon.

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