constructive malice

конструктивный (неопровержимо презюмируемый правом) злой умысел
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конструктивный злой умысел

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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  • constructive malice — noun : implied malice …   Useful english dictionary

  • malice — mal·ice / ma ləs/ n 1 a: the intention or desire to cause harm (as death, bodily injury, or property damage) to another through an unlawful or wrongful act without justification or excuse b: wanton disregard for the rights of others or for the… …   Law dictionary

  • constructive — con·struc·tive /kən strək tiv/ adj: created by a legal fiction: as a: inferred by a judicial construction or interpretation b: not actual but implied by operation of the law made a constructive entry when he refused to take the opportunity for a… …   Law dictionary

  • malice — The intentional doing of a wrongful act without just cause or excuse, with an intent to inflict an injury or under circumstances that the law will imply an evil intent. A condition of mind which prompts a person to do a wrongful act willfully,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • malice — The intentional doing of a wrongful act without just cause or excuse, with an intent to inflict an injury or under circumstances that the law will imply an evil intent. A condition of mind which prompts a person to do a wrongful act willfully,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Malice aforethought — For the novel, see Malice Aforethought. Criminal law …   Wikipedia

  • legal malice — Such consists of either an express intent to kill or inflict great bodily harm, or of a wickedness of disposition, hardness of heart, cruelty, recklessness of consequences and a mind regardless of social duty which indicates an unjustified… …   Black's law dictionary

  • implied malice — An expresssion of dual meaning, sometimes being used in the sense of constructive malice and at other times indicating presumed malice. The mental state of ill will, spite, wicked intention, or enmity which the law infers from or imputes to… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • implied malice — noun : malice proved indirectly from all the attendant circumstances when it is impossible to prove the actual state of mind as evincing it called also constructive malice; distinguished from malice in fact …   Useful english dictionary

  • Homicide Act 1957 — The Homicide Act 1957 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (5 6 Eliz. II c. 11).It was enacted as a partial reform of the common law offence of murder in English law by abolishing the doctrine of constructive malice (except in… …   Wikipedia

  • Manslaughter — For other uses, see Manslaughter (disambiguation). Homicide …   Wikipedia

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