What is DECLARATORY ACTION?

In Scotch law. An action in which the right of the pursuer (or
plaintiff) is craved to be declared, but nothing claimed to be done by the defender,
(defendant.) Ersk. Inst. 5, 1, 46. Otherwise called an “action of declarator.”

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