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Latin. Even where the cause is not known. Even where the cause has not been inquired into ; without investigation. Many judicial acts are only performed in an enquiry into the facts on which they are to proceed (see Causa cognita); but there are other legal acts requiring no such investigation, such as an inhibition by a husband against his wife, to avoid liability for debts contracted by her.

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