Et Seq

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Meaning of Et seq

(Lat. et sequentia, and following). Ordinarily used with a reference to the first of several consecutive pages or chapters desired to be cited, as “page 246 et seq.”

Et Seq Legal Definition

An abbreviation for et sequentes, or et sequential “and the following,” ordinarily used in referring to a section of statutes.

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Et seq in other One-L Dictionary

Latin term meaning “and the following ” used in statutory citations to indicate that the referenced statute begins at a specific section and continues through an unspecified section.

Et seq from the Washington and Lee University School of Law Dictionary.


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