au·di·ta que·re·la | \ au̇¦dētəkwəˈrālə\
Definition of audita querela
: a largely disused or abolished common-law writ lying for a party against whom judgment is recovered but to whom facts constituting a good basis for discharge have subsequently accrued or become possible that could not have been availed of to prevent such judgment
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