exoneretur


exoneretur
Let him be discharged, –a notation made on a bail-piece discharging the sureties from liability.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • exoneretur — ex·on·er·e·tur …   English syllables

  • exoneretur — /agzonariytar/ Let him be relieved or discharged. An entry made on a bailpiece, whereby the surety is relieved or discharged from further obligation, when the condition is fulfilled by the surrender of the principal or otherwise …   Black's law dictionary

  • exoneretur — /agzonariytar/ Let him be relieved or discharged. An entry made on a bailpiece, whereby the surety is relieved or discharged from further obligation, when the condition is fulfilled by the surrender of the principal or otherwise …   Black's law dictionary

  • exoneretur — ˈrād.ə(r), ˈrēd. noun ( s) Etymology: Latin, let him or her be relieved, 3d person singular present subjunctive passive of exonerare : an entry on a bailpiece discharging a surety …   Useful english dictionary


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