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Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (Latin for "ignorance of the law excuses not" and "ignorance of law excuses no one" respectively) is a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because he or she was unaware of its content. European-law countries with a tradition of Roman law may also use an expression from Aristotle translated into Latin: nemo censetur ignorare legem (nobody is thought to be ignorant of the law) or ignorantia iuris nocet (not knowing the law is harmful).

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  • La locuzione latina ignorantia legis non excusat è molto nota per il suo uso in ambito legale, come espressione sintetica della massima giuridica riguardo alla presunzione di conoscenza della legge. Il suo significato letterale è: «L'ignoranza della legge non scusa». La locuzione si trova anche nella forma «Ignorantia iuris neminem excusat» ovvero «Ignorantia legis neminem excusat», cioè «L'ignoranza della legge non scusa nessuno».
  • Ignorantia legis non excusat (również ignorantia legis non exculpat, łac. nieznajomość prawa nie jest usprawiedliwieniem) – paremia prawnicza pokrewna do ignorantia iuris nocet oznaczająca, że nikt nie może szukać usprawiedliwienia w nieznajomości prawa. Jest to zasada uznająca fikcję powszechnej znajomości prawa. Zapoznaj się z zastrzeżeniami dotyczącymi pojęć prawnych w Wikipedii.
  • Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (Latin for "ignorance of the law excuses not" and "ignorance of law excuses no one" respectively) is a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because he or she was unaware of its content. European-law countries with a tradition of Roman law may also use an expression from Aristotle translated into Latin: nemo censetur ignorare legem (nobody is thought to be ignorant of the law) or ignorantia iuris nocet (not knowing the law is harmful).
  • Ignorantia legis non excusat, manchmal auch Ignorantia iuris non excusat oder Ignorantia iuris neminem excusat ist ein Rechtsgrundsatz aus dem römischen Recht, der im deutschen Sprachraum als Volksweisheit „Unwissenheit schützt vor Strafe nicht“ bekannt ist. Diese alte Volksweisheit ist im heutigen Rechtsalltag – bis auf die wenigen Ausnahmen des unvermeidbaren Verbotsirrtums – überwiegend gültig.
  • Ignorantia juris non excusat o ignorantia legis neminem excusat (del latín, ‘la ignorancia no exime del cumplimiento de la ley’) es un principio de Derecho que indica que el desconocimiento o ignorancia de la ley no sirve de excusa, porque rige la necesaria presunción o ficción legal de que, habiendo sido promulgada, han de saberla todos. En todo caso el que invocaba la ignorancia o el error debía probarlos, salvo que fuesen menores, soldados o campesinos, en favor de los cuales se presumía.
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