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  • Ac etiam means "and also" (English law). It was formerly used in certain actions to introduce a clause stating the real cause of the action after a fictitious cause had been alleged in order to establish jurisdiction.

    L. ac = and, and also, and besides; etiam = and also, besides/furthermore, in addition/as well; even, actually; yes/indeed; now too, as yet, still, even now; yet again; likewise; (particle).

    January 21, 2012