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[2] There are no other species of forensic causes, not even when one person brings the same suit on the same grounds against two different [p. 521] persons, or two persons bring the same suit against one, or several against several, as occasionally occurs in lawsuits about inheritances. Because although a number of parties may be involved, there is still only one suit, unless indeed the different circumstances of the various parties alter the questions at issue.

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