Extremely fine points, or subtleties of litigation. Nearly equivalent to the modern phrase “sharp practice.” “It is unconscionable in a defendant to take advantage of the apices litigandi, to turn a plaintiff’around and make him pay costs when his demand is just” Per Lord Mansfield, in 3 Burr. 1243.

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