servitiis acquietandis (s[schwa]r-vish-ee-is [schwa]-kwI-[schwa]-tan-dis), n. [Law Latin ¡°for being quit of service¡±] Hist. A writ exempting a person from performing certain services, either because they are not due or because they are due someone other than the distrainor.
What is the legal equivalent of the term SERVITIIS ACQUIETANDIS in Chinese?
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