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[71] of fact. “You have no right to bring an action against me, as it is impossible for you to have been appointed to represent the actual plaintiff.” It then has to be decided whether he could have been so appointed. “You ought not to have proceeded by interdict,1 but to have put in a plea for possession.” The point in doubt is whether the interdict is legal. All these points fall under the head of legal questions.

1 sc. by getting an order for restitution.

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