Actionable (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
Giving sufficient legal grounds for a lawsuit; giving rise to a CAUSE OF ACTION.
An act, event, or occurrence is said to be actionable when there are legal grounds for basing a lawsuit on it. For example, an assault is an actionable TORT.
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