thereunto


thereunto
An elliptical form of expression for the phrase "to do that." Hence, an agent "thereunto authorized in writing" is an agent who must be authorized in writing "to do that;" that is, for example, to execute a written contract for his principal. Anno: 27 ALR 612.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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