actus (ak-t<<schwa>>s), n.[Latin] 1. An act or action; a thing done. 2.Hist. An act of
Parliament; esp., one passed by both houses but not yet approved by the monarch. Cf.
STATUTUM(1).3.Roman law. A servitude for driving cattle or a carriage across another’s land. Cf.
ITER(1). — Also termed (in sense 3) JUS ACTUS.. [Blacks Law 8th]