acetiam


acetiam
/aek eshiyam/
(Lat. And also.) ac etiam, acetiam
The introduction of the statement of the real cause of action, used formerly in those cases where it was necessary to allege a fictitious cause of action to give the court jurisdiction, and also the real cause in compliance with the statutes. It is sometimes written acetiam.
See bill of Middlesex under bill, definition 2

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • ac etiam — /aek eshiyam/ (Lat. And also.) ac etiam, acetiam The introduction of the statement of the real cause of action, used formerly in those cases where it was necessary to allege a fictitious cause of action to give the court jurisdiction, and also… …   Black's law dictionary


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