culpa levis in concreto
Definition of culpa levis in concreto
Roman & civil law
: ordinary negligence arising from one's failure to exercise such care in the interest of another as he exercises in his own affairs
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Origin and Etymology of culpa levis in concreto
New Latin, literally, slight negligence in the concrete
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