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Acts of court

ACTS OF COURT. In courts of admiralty, by this phrase is understood legal memoranda of the nature of pleas. For example, the English court of admiralty disregards all tenders, except those formally made by acts of court. Abbott on Ship. pi. 3, c. 10, Sec. 2, p. 403; 4 Rob. R. 103; 1 Hagg. R. 157; Dunl. Adm. Pr. 104, 6.

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Acton burnell
Actor
Actor qui contra regulam quid adduxit
Actor sequitur forum rei
actor's agent
actor's assistant
actor's line
actor/singer/waiter/webmaster
Actore non probante reus absolvitur
Actors
Actos
ACTP
ACTPU
Actra
Actress
Acts
-- Acts of court --
Acts of sederunt
Acts of the Apostles
Actual
actual argument
Actual cautery
actual damages
actual eviction
actual possession
actual sin
Actualisation
actualise
actualised
Actualist
Actuality
actualization
Actualize
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