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Several actual or potential lawsuits which should be joined together in one suit and one trial. it is a basic principle of law that multiplicity is to be avoided when possible, practical and fair. example: several suits are filed by different people against the same person or entity, based on the same set of facts and the same legal issues. on motion of either party or by the judge’s own determination, the judge can order the cases consolidated.

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