One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Simply; unconditionally.‘restraint is imposed in order to prevent competition simpliciter’
- ‘The Plaintiff says that this was an overpayment simpliciter, caused by its own mistake.’
- ‘The failure of a plaintiff to offer an undertaking as to damages is sometimes treated as a bar to the grant of interlocutory relief simpliciter.’
- ‘Section 47 creates, inter alia, an offence of offensive behaviour in a dwelling house, simpliciter.’
- ‘This is a different issue from jurisdiction simpliciter, although many of the factors overlap.’
- ‘In Texas, these are ‘buzz words’ for the tort of negligence simpliciter, as they are here in Ontario.’
Latin, literally ‘simply’.
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