quietus (kwI-ee-t[schwa]s), adj. [Law Latin] Quit; acquitted; discharged, esp. from a debt or obligation, or from serving as an executor. ? In England, this term was formerly used by the Clerk of the Pipe, in a discharge given to an accountant, usu. concluding with abinde recessit quietus (¡°hath gone quit thereof¡±), called quietus est.
2. Hist. The removal of a judge from the bench.
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