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Insimul computassent

INSIMUL COMPUTASSENT, practice, actions. They accounted together.
     2. When an account has been stated, and a balance ascertained between the parties, they are said to have computed together, and the amount due may be recovered in an action of assumpsit, which could not have been done, if the defendant had been the mere bailiff or partner of the plaintiff, and there had been no settlement made; for in that case, the remedy would be an action of account render, or a bill in chancery. It is usual in actions of assumpsit, to add a count commonly called insimul computassent, or an account stated. (q. v.) Lawes on Pl. in Ass. 488.

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