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2 See III. vi. 46. The term is not used here in the same sense as in VIII. vi. 37, but rather = translatio, see III. vi. 23. Lit. translatio means “transference of the charge”: the sense is virtually the same as that of exceptio (a plea made by defendant in bar of plaintiffs action). “Competence” is perhaps the least unsatisfactory rendering.
3 See note on v. xiv. 5, Vol. II. p. 524.
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