multiplicity of actions

Definition of "multiplicity of actions"
  1. A situation where multiple lawsuits are filed dealing with the same issues against the same defendant that can result in inconsistent outcomes
How to use "multiplicity of actions" in a sentence
  1. The judge discouraged the multiplicity of actions to avoid contradictory verdicts.
  2. Multiplicity of actions can cause unnecessary legal complications and discrepancies in the final decision.
  3. To avoid the problem of multiplicity of actions, the plaintiff was advised to consolidate all their claims into one lawsuit.

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