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Delict is a French word and a legal term in civil law which signifies a wilful wrong, similar to the common law concept of tort though differing in many substantive ways. It is to be differentiated from quasi-delict which is an unintentional wrong, similar though differing from the common law concept of negligence. See Law of Obligations.

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