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Latin. From the necessity of the thing. From the necessity of the matter. Arising from the urgency of the circumstances. Many acts may be done ex necessitate rei, which would not be justifiable without it; and sometimes property is protected, ex necessitate rei, which, under, other circumstances, would not be so. For example, property put upon the land of another from necessity, cannot be distrained for rent.

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