ac etiam

ac eti·am \(ˈ)ak-ˈe-tē-ˌam, (ˈ)äk-ˈe-tē-ˌäm; (ˈ)ak-ˈē-shē-ˌam\

Definition of ac etiam

English law

  1. :  and also —formerly used in certain actions to introduce a clause stating the real cause of the action after a fictitious cause had been alleged in order to establish jurisdiction

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Origin and Etymology of ac etiam

Latin


First Known Use: 1717


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