214, 231 (1992) ("the venerable maxim de minimis non curat
lex ('the law cares not for trifles') is part of the established background of legal principles against which all enactments are adopted, and which all enactments (absent contrary indication) are deemed to accept.").
Accordingly, this paper will address the maxim "de minimis non curat
lex": the law does not concern itself with trifles.
Instead of advising that the legal risk of being unable to leave the backstop remained unchanged, he should have advised that the legal risk was now so small it could be ignored in accordance with the Latin maxim de minimis non curat
lex -- the law does not take into account that which is insignificant.
Similarly, the case of theft with the weight (curat
) also decreased from 721 to 577 cases.
1997) ("'[D]e minimis non curat
lex' (sometimes rendered, 'the law does not concern itself with trifles').").
"De minimis non curat
lex", I would say, loosely translated as "the law does not concern itself with trivialities".
A concentracao de macrofagos presentes no tecido adiposo branco esta diretamente relacionada com o grau de adiposidade e o tamanho dos adipocitos em humanos (Weisberg e colaboradores, 2003; Kershaw e colaboradores, 2004; Ahima, 2006; Curat
e colaboradores, 2004; Fantuzzi, 2005).
If one believes there should be more or less open access to euthanasia, then legal requirements are annoying impediments and their breach is a trivial matter and as the old saying goes "de minimis non curat
lex"--the law does not concern itself with trifles.
(124) This doctrine is derived from the Latin phrase "de minimis non curat
lex," which means that the law does not concern itself with trifles.