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Causam obtinere

The phrase “Causam obtinere” is a Latin term that can be interpreted in English as “to win the case” or “to obtain the cause.” This expression is commonly employed in a legal setting to indicate that one party has succeeded in winning a case or resolving a legal issue. It usually signifies that the court has ruled in favor of that party, and their claims or arguments have been accepted.

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