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Explanation: This is the way it would be referred to most commonly in the U.K.
The cause of action is the matter which causes the parties to come before the Court and it must be something which can be resolved within the law. If two people want to park in the same parking space to which neither of them is more entitled than the other, then they have a dispute but it is not a cause of action. So the first thing to be determined is whether they have a cause of action and if not, the case is dismissed.