What does CADERE mean?

CADERE meaning in Law Dictionary

Lat. To end; cease; fail. As with the phrases cadit actio, (or breve.) the activity (or writ) falls; cadit assisa, the assise abates ; cadit quwstio, the discussion ends up, there's absolutely no room for additional debate. To-be changed; to be converted into. Cadit assisa in juratum, the assise is changed into a jury.