- a summo remedio ad inferiorem actionem non habetur regressus, neque auxilium
- /ey ssmow r3miyd(i)yow sd infiriyoram sekshiyownsm non hsbiytar ragresas, nekwiy ogzil(i)y3m/From (after using) the highest remedy, there can be no recourse (going back) to an inferior action, nor assistance (derived from it).A maxim in the old law of real actions, when there were grades in the remedies given; the rule being that a party who brought a writ of right, which was the highest writ in the law, could not afterwards resort or descend to an inferior remedy. 3 Bl.Comm. 193, 194
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
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A summo remedio ad inferiorem actionem non habetur regressus neque auxilium — A person cannot resort to an inferior remedy after having pursued a higher one … Ballentine's law dictionary