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Latin. With incontinence; incontinently; immediately; summarily, without delay. It is much controverted whether solemn and formal decreets can be altered on this ground. There can be no doubt that a decree would now be reduced, however solemnly pronounced, if it could be shown, by documents subsequently discovered, that the party obtaining the decree had no right to it; as, for instance, if a discharge was found of the debt or obligation for which the decree had been granted.

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