QUOD CUM – Sovereign Connection Dictionary - Quod cum
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QUOD CUM. It is a general rule in pleading, regulating alike every form of action, that the plaintiff shall state his complaint in positive and direct terms, and not by. This is considered a positive allegation whereas the Latin "quod cum" refers to a recital. A matter of inducement can, however, be delivered in the form of a.