Latin, meaning: willing, favorable.
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The Latin term 'Volens' means, in a UK legal context: 'willing'.
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nolens, volens Whether willing or not. Literally, 'being unwilling, willing'. This refers to anyone who does something he/she really does not want to do, but does it nolens, volens. Sometimes the phrase is used to mean 'willy-nilly' or 'hap-hazardly'.
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In law, volens is a state of mind, referring to voluntary acceptance of a specific risk. It is usually pleaded by way of defence, and often employs the legal Latin volenti non fit injuria. The term volens itself is often used in contradistinction to the terms sciens (meaning mere knowledge of the risk, without any voluntary assumption of it). The
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Volens (NGO) is a Belgian non-profit organization involved development co-operation and international solidarity. Since 1964, Volens and its networks of solidarity groups supports about 300 local organisations in approximatively 25 countries in Africa and Latin America. The common denominator of all these actors is working towards the
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consenting to a course of action which requires risk
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