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- An exception whereby a defendant can claim that the plaintiff has not paid the money to him and that therefore the obligation is not owing.
Latin phrase. exceptio ("an exception") + non ("not (having)") + numero - atis ("to count") + pecunia ("money"). (Wiktionary)
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