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remedies. This is the name of a writ or action
called account render.
2. It is applicable to the,
case of an unliquidated... more
practice. A statement of the
receipts and payments of an executor,
administrator, or other trustee, of
the estate confided to him.
2. Every one who... more
A book kept by a merchant,
trader, mechanic, or other person,
in which are entered from time to time
the transactions of his trade or
business. Vide Books,... more
A running or open account between two
ACCOUNT IN BANK
com. law. 1: A fund which merchants,
traders and others
have deposited into the common cash of some bank, to be
drawn out by checks
from time to time... more
The settlement of an account
between the parties, by which a
balance is struck in favor of one of them,
is called an account stated.
ACCOUNT OF SALES
comm. law. An account delivered
by one merchant or
tradesman to another, or by a factor to his principal,
of the disposal,
charges, commissions and net proceeds of... more
This word has several significations: 1. One
who is versed in
accounts, 2. A person or officer appointed to keep the
accounts of a public
company, 3. He... more
To accouple is to marry. See Ne unquas
international law. The act by which a
diplomatic agent is
acknowledged by the government near which he is sent.
This at once makes his
public character known, and becomes... more
The increase of land by the washing of
the seas or rivers. Hale,
De Jure Maris, 14. Vide Alluvion,
Literally to grow to, as the interest
accrues on the principal.
Accruing costs are those which become due and are
created after judgment of
A second or additional judgment
given against one,
who has been convicted, the execution or effect of which
is to commence
after the first has expired, as, where... more
One who is charged with a crime or misdemeanor.
crim. law. A charge made to a competent officer against one
has committed a crime or misdemeanor, so that he may be brought to
One who makes an accusation.
This French word signifies a purchase. It is used in some of our law
as well as achetor, a purchaser, which in some ancient statutes
purveyor. Stat.... more
ancient English measure of grain, supposed to be the
same with their
quarter or eight bushels.
act of the grantor going before a
competent officer, and declaring the
instrument to be his act or deed, and
desiring the same to be recorded as
estates in the civil law. Property which has
been acquired by
purchase, gift or otherwise than by succession. Merlin
Rep. h. t., confines
acquets to immovable property.