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Quid faciam? Invenias argentum

“Quid faciam? Invenias argentum” is a Latin phrase that translates to “What should I do? Find the money” in English.
This phrase, in a legal context, is a command to find or retrieve funds or assets, usually connected to a legal case, inquiry or financial issue. It might be used when a court instructs someone to recover assets or when a lawyer advises a client on the actions they should take to settle a financial dispute or pursue a monetary claim.

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