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exceptio quod metus causa

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  • Also known as the exceptio metus; an exception based on the fact that the underlying cause of action was based on duress or intimidation by the plaintiff of the defendant.

Etymologies

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Latin exceptio ("exception") quod ("based on") metus ("duress") causa ("a cause (of action)").

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