Civiliter

CIVILITER. Civilly; opposed to criminaliter or criminally.
     2. When a person does an unlawful act injurious to another, whether with or without an intention to commit a tort, he is responsible civiliter. In order to make him liable criminaliter, he must have intended to do the wrong; for it is a maxim, actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea. 2 East, 104.

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Every person so attained was 'disabled to bring any action; for he is extra legem positus and is accounted in law civiliter mortuus.
He is civiliter mortus; and his estate, if he has any, is administered like that of a dead man.