ACTIO QUOD INETUS CAUSA
\ˈaktɪˌə͡ʊ kwˈɒd ɪnˈɛtəs kˈɔːsə], \ˈaktɪˌəʊ kwˈɒd ɪnˈɛtəs kˈɔːsə], \ˈa_k_t_ɪ__ˌəʊ k_w_ˈɒ_d ɪ_n_ˈɛ_t_ə_s k_ˈɔː_s_ə]\
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An action granted to one who had been compelled by unlawful force, or fear (metus causa) that was not groundless, (met us proba- bitis or jiistus.) to deliver, sell, or promise a thing to another. Bract, fol. 1036; Mackeld. Rom. Law,
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