"Abscond" is a word in LAW AND LEGAL, ENGLISH

Abscond LAW AND LEGAL
Definition:

ND. To go ln a clandestine manner out of the jurisdiction of the courts; or to lie concealed, ln order to avoid theft pro-cess

abscond ENGLISH
Definition:

To hide, withdraw, or be concealed.

abscond ENGLISH
Definition:

To depart clandestinely; to steal off and secrete one's
self; -- used especially of persons who withdraw to avoid a legal
process; as, an absconding debtor.

abscond ENGLISH
Definition:

To hide; to conceal.

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In Scotch law. An abstract of the decree of adjudication, and of the lauds adjudged, with the amount of the …

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Abbreviations LAW AND LEGAL

Shortened conventional expressions, employed as substitutes for names, phrases, dates, and the like, for the saving of space, of time …

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Abbreviators LAW AND LEGAL

In ecclesiastical law. Officers whose duty lt is to assist ln drawing

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Abdication LAW AND LEGAL

The act of a sovereign ln renouncing and relinquishing his government or throne, so that either the throne is left …

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Abeyance LAW AND LEGAL

In the law of estates. Expectation; waiting; suspense; remembrance and contemplation in law. where there ls no person ln existence …

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Abigeus LAW AND LEGAL

Lat (Pl., abigei, or more rarely abigeatores.) In the civil law. ' A stealer of cattle; one who drove or …

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Absolute LAW AND LEGAL

Unconditional; complete and perfect ln itself, wlthout relation to, or dependence on, other things or persons,—as an absolute right; without …

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Absolvitor LAW AND LEGAL

In Scotch law. An acquittal ; a decree in favor of the defender ln any action

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Absque Hoo LAW AND LEGAL

without this. These are technical words of denial, used ln plead-ing at common law by way of special traverse, to …

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Academy LAW AND LEGAL

In its original meaning, an association formed for mutual improvement, or for the advancement of science or art; ln later …

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Account-Book LAW AND LEGAL

A book kept by a merchant, trader, mechanic, or other person, In which are entered from time to time the …

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Accruing LAW AND LEGAL

Inchoate; ln process of maturing. That which will or may, at a future time, ripen Into a vested right, an …

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Ac Etiam LAW AND LEGAL

(Lat And also.) words used to introduce the statement of the real cause of action, in those cases where it …

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Acolyte LAW AND LEGAL

An inferior mlnistrant or servant ln the ceremonies of the church, whose duties are to follow and wait upon the …

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Acquired LAW AND LEGAL

Coming to an intestate ln any other way than by gift, devise, or descent from a parent or the ancestor …

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Acre LAW AND LEGAL

A quantity of land containing 160 square rods of land, ln whatever shape. Serg. Land Laws Pa. 185; Cro. Eliz. …

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Acting LAW AND LEGAL

A term employed to designate a locum tenens who ls performing the duties of an office to which he does …

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Act On Petition LAW AND LEGAL

A form of sum-mary proceeding formerly ln use ln the high court of admiralty, in England, In whlch the parties …

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For the admitting of the clerk. A writ ln the nature of an execution, commanding the bishop to admit hls …

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Address LAW AND LEGAL

That part of a bill ln equity wherein Is given the appropriate and technical description of the court in which …

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