Excusatur quis quod clameum non opposuerit, ut si toto tempore litigii fuit ultra mare quacunque occasione
- A person is excused for not resisting a claim if during the whole period of the litigation, he is for some reason, beyond seas.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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excusatur quis quod clameum non opposuerit, ut si toto tempore litigii fuit ultra mare quacunque occasione — /ekskyuwzeytar kwis kwod kleymiyam non apoz(y)uwerat, at say towtow tempariy latijiyay fyuwat altra maeriy kweykarjkwiy akeyzhiyowniy/ He is excused who does not bring his claim, if, during the whole period in which it ought to have been brought … Black's law dictionary