De Minimis Rule

It is a legal principle that states that small or minor matters are not to be considered in a court of law. In other words, if something is deemed insignificant or trivial, it will not be considered when deciding or judging. This rule is often applied in cases where the cost or impact of a particular action is so small that it would not be practical or reasonable to pursue legal action.

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