Loopholes are distinct from lacunae, although the two terms are often used interchangeably. In a loophole, a law addressing a certain issue exists, but the law can be legally circumvented due to a technical defect in the said law. A lacuna, on the other hand, is a situation whereby no law exists in the first place to address that particular issue.
south1 wrote:Do you not think that a landlord who threaten of eviction a tenant not to do repairs which could endanger the life of the tenant is not taking advantage of anything?
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