Definition of RELINQUISHMENT


RELINQUISHMENT

practice. A forsaking, abandoning, or giving
over a right; for example, a plaintiff may relinquish a bad count in a
declaration, and proceed on the good: a man may relinquish a part of his claim
in order to give a court jurisdiction.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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