Definition of "stet"
  1. A directive that ceases all active processes related to a specific legal action
How to use "stet" in a sentence
  1. The court agreed to stet the case, effectively pausing all activity related to it.
  2. The defense attorney requested to stet the proceedings until further evidence could be gathered.
  3. Upon discovery of new information, the judge decided to stet the trial.

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