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ACTUS

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]