nonability definition

  • noun:
    • Want of ability.
    • An exception taken against a plaintiff in a reason, as he is unable legitimately to start a suit.
    • desire of capability.
    • An exception taken against a plaintiff in a cause, as he is unable legitimately to start a suit.
    • A want of ability; in law, an exception taken against a plaintiff that he has not yet appropriate ability to start a suit.

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