Definition of RIDER


RIDER

practice, legislation. A schedule or small piece of paper
or parchment added to some part of the record; as, when, on the reading of a
bill in the legislature, a new clause is added, this is tacked to the bill on a
separate piece of paper, and is called a rider.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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