actio non ulterius


actio non ulterius
/aekshiyow non altiriyas/
In English pleading, a name given to the distinctive clause in the plea to the further maintenance of the action, introduced in place of the plea puis darrein continuance; the averment being that the plaintiff ought not further (ulterius) to have or maintain his action

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Actio non ulterius — A plea addressed to the further maintenance of the action …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • AZO — I. AZO Atestinus seu Estensis, Ferrariae Ducum, et hodiernorum Principum Mutinensium, conditor. Secundum quosdam Hugonis M. Tusciae fil. Sigfridi vel Alberti aut Otfridi M. Tusciae nepos, Hugonis Regis Italiae pronepos, Lotharii III. Comitis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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