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acquiescence


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Express or implied consent. In law, care must be taken to distinguish between mere knowledge of a situation and positive consent to it. For example, in the defence of volenti non fit injuria an injured party will not be regarded as having consented to a risk simply because he knew that the risk existed.

Subjects: International Law.


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