acquittance


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  • noun

Synonyms for acquittance

a legal document evidencing the discharge of a debt or obligation

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Obtaining the consent and the acquittance of the doctor:
Forty-six rreales that were paid to the layman Luis de Cedillo for the binding of the music books as shown in the acquittance (55) [1603] Forty-six rreales that were paid to Luis de Cedillo for the binding of three music books contained in it as shown in the acquittance (56) [1605] And thirty-nine rreales for some songbooks for the Church and their binding, in the acquittance (57) [1606]
org 37 trente-sept tempest-rent W2 38 trente-huit ethmoturbinate W3 39 trente-neuf funnel setter W2 40 quarante quartane W2 41 quarante et un counter- W2 acquittance 42 quarante-deux Alexandria Aqueduct Bridge Aqueduct (also called the Alexandria Aqueduct) was a bridge between Georgetown, Washington DC and Rosslyn, Virginia.
2%), pecuniary penalty or probation in 61 (32,8%) subjects and acquittance or nonsuit in 41 (22%) subjects.
I am convinced that if Yaneva was an acquittance of notorious, shady figures in Bulgaria, the attacks against her would not have been this strong, but if there is public interest, than a probe is a must," Tsvetanov commented for journalists Tuesday, firmly rejecting he had pressured VSS for the appointment.
Extortion requires proof of the following elements: (1) That the accused communicated a certain threat to another; (2) That the accused intended to unlawfully obtain something of value, or any acquittance, advantage or immunity.
Whoever forges a document which purports to be a valuable security or a will, or an authority to adopt a son, or which purports to give authority to any person to make or transfer any valuable security, or to receive the principal, interest, or dividends thereon, or to receive or deliver any money, movable property, or valuable security, or any document purporting to be an acquaintance or receipt, acknowledging the payment of money, or an acquittance or receipt for the delivery of any movable property or valuable security, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to twenty years, and shall also be liable to fine.
14) He felt indebted to the extent that he even claimed that his account of Zayn's life was intended as an acquittance (niskrti).
On the verso of the first leaf (reversed) are an indenture and an acquittance, each in a different sixteenth-century hand.