extra viam (eks-tr[schwa] vI-[schwa]m). [Latin ¡°out of the way¡±] A plaintiff’s responsive pleading in a trespass action, asserting that the defendant’s claim of a right-of-way across the plaintiff’s land is not a defense to the action because the defendant strayed from the supposed right-of-way. [Cases: Trespass 42. C.J.S. Trespass ¡ì 90.]
What is the legal equivalence of EXTRA VIAM in Chinese?
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