cessio actionum (sesh-ee-oh ak-shee-oh-n[schwa]m). [Latin] Roman law. The assignment of an obligation by allowing a third party to (1) sue on the obligation in the name of the party entitled to it, and (2) retain the proceeds.
What is the legal equivalent of the term CESSIO ACTIONUM in Chinese?
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