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Finis litium

“Finis litium” is a Latin phrase that means “end of litigation” or “end of disputes” in English. It is commonly used in legal contexts to indicate the resolution or conclusion of a legal dispute or lawsuit. When parties involved in a legal case reach an agreement or settlement, they may use this phrase to signify that the matter has been resolved, and there will be no further litigation related to it.

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