actio (ak-shee-oh alsoak-tee-oh), n.[Latin] 1.Roman & civil law. An action; a right or claim. 2.
A right of action. [Cases: Action 1. C.J.S. Actions §§ 2–9, 11, 17, 21, 32–33, 36.] 3.Hist. At
common law, a lawsuit. Pl. actiones (ak-shee-oh-neez).
actio ad exhibendum (ak-shee-oh ad ek-si-ben-d<<schwa>>m).Roman law. An action to
compel a defendant to produce property so as to establish that it is in the defendant’s possession.
Pl. actiones ad exhibendum.
actio aestimatoria (ak-shee-oh es-ti-m<<schwa>>-tor-ee-<<schwa>>). See DE [Blacks Law 8th]