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ACTIO AD EXHIBENDUM Definition & Legal Meaning

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An action for the purpose of compelling a defendant to exhibit a thing or title in his power. It was preparatory to another action, which was always a real action in the sense of the Roman law; that is, for the recovery of a thing. whether it was movable or immovable. Merl. Quest, tome i. 84.

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