- Other wrongs. A formal, general allegation usually at the end of a declaration or complaint in an action of trespass, under which circumstances of aggravation accompanying the act complained of may be proved, without further specification in the pleading, when such acts do not afford a substantial ground of action in themselves. They give character and quality to the act complained of, and show the degree of the injury, and could not be redressed at all if not alleged to be proved as incidents of the trespass. 22 Am J2d Damg § 278.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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alia enormia — /xliya anormiya/ Other wrongs. The name given to a general allegation of injuries caused by the defendant with which the plaintiff in an action of trespass under the common law practice concluded his declaration … Black's law dictionary
enormia — /anormiya/ In old practice and pleading, unlawful or wrongful acts; wrongs. Et alia enormia, and other wrongs. This phrase constantly occurs in the old writs and declarations of trespass … Black's law dictionary