collusive suit

collusive suit
An action brought by collusion, without any real controversy to adjudicate. Haley v Eureka County Bank, 21 Nev 127, 26 P 64; an action intended to obtain a judicial opinion rather than to decide and determine an actual and existing controversy. 1 Am J2d Actions § 56.

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