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Cause of action   /kɑz əv ˈækʃən/   Listen
Cause of action

noun
1.
A claim sufficient to demand judicial attention; the facts that give rise to right of action.






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"Cause of action" Quotes from Famous Books



... tension acquired by the metals and the electrolyte before the electric current is produced, and before contact of the different metals is made (915.); in fact, at that moment when chemical forces only are efficient as a cause of action. I took a voltaic apparatus, consisting of a single pair of large plates, namely, a cylinder of amalgamated zinc, and a double cylinder of copper. These were put into a jar containing dilute sulphuric acid[A], and could at pleasure be placed in metallic ...
— Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1 • Michael Faraday



Words linked to "Cause of action" :   jurisprudence, law, claim



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