incapable

incapable
in·ca·pa·ble adj: lacking legal qualification or power (as by reason of mental incompetence) see also incapacity

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

incapable
I adjective crippled, disabled, feeble, impuissant, inadequate, incompetent, ineffective, ineffectual, inept, inhabilis, insufficient, not equal to, unable, unempowered, unequipped, unfit, unpowerful, unqualified, unskillful, unsuitable, unsuited, useless, weak associated concepts: incapable of conducting his own affairs, incapable of intended use, incapable party, legal incapacity, physically incapable, total incapacity foreign phrases:
- Contra non valentem agere nulla currlt praescriptio. — No prescription runs against a person who is unable to act
- Nemo admhtendus est inhabllitare seipsum. — No one is allowed to incapacitate himself.
II index helpless (powerless), inadept, inadequate, incompetent, inept (incompetent), insufficient, powerless, unable, unfit, unqualified (not competent)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


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