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Related to et seq.: et al
A shortening of the Latin phrase et sequens, meaning "and the following item or items," used especially in law in reference to additional page numbers or passages within a text. Examples of this legal precedence can be found in Monroe v. Tilda (p. 232 et seq.). The policy was repealed in the Cleaner Living Act § 24-33.5-701 et seq. in 2013.
See also: ET
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