transactions connected with same subject of action


transactions connected with same subject of action
A phrase applicable to a given state of facts wherefrom the plaintiff seeks different kinds of relief, but all of which kinds of relief spring from the same state of facts, and therefore are connected with the same subject of action. 1 Am J2d Actions § 109.

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