declaration definition

  • noun:
    • An explicit, formal announcement, either dental or written.
    • The work or procedure of declaring.
    • A statement of nonexempt items or of properties susceptible to duty.
    • Law A formal declaration by a plaintiff indicating the important points and conditions constituting their cause of activity.
    • legislation An unsworn statement of facts that's admissible as evidence.
    • Games A bid, especially the last quote of a hand in some card games.
    • A written or dental indication of an undeniable fact, viewpoint, or belief.
    • a listing of items for assorted legal reasons, e.g. customs declaration.
    • The act or procedure for declaring.
    • The act, by the captain of a batting side, of declaring an innings shut.
    • In common legislation, the formal document indicating plaintiff’s reason for activity, such as the details required to maintain a proper reason behind activity, and advise the defendant for the reasons upon which he is being sued.
    • The requirements of a variables type
    • The act of declaring, or openly announcing; explicit asserting; undisguised token of a ground or part taken on any subject; proclamation; exposition
    • That which is declared or proclaimed; announcement; distinct declaration; formal expression; avowal.
    • The document or tool containing such declaration or proclamation.
    • That an element of the process or pleadings in which the plaintiff establishes forth in order and also at huge his cause of issue; the narration associated with plaintiff's situation containing the count, or counts. See amount, n., 3.
    • A clearing up; that which tends to make ordinary; description.
    • a confident or formal statement regarding any such thing; affirmation; specific assertion; avowal; publication; proclamation.
    • That which is proclaimed or declared; specifically, the document or instrument through which an announcement or assertion is formally made: as, the Declaration of Independence.
    • in-law: At common law, the pleading where the plaintiff officially presents the allegations by which he bases their claim for relief in a civil action: now more commonly called grievance.
    • in unlawful law of Scotland, the account which a prisoner who has been apprehended on suspicion of experiencing committed a crime gives of himself, to be taken down written down, on his evaluation.
    • A confession of belief or doctrine: since, the Auburn Declaration; the Savoy Declaration, etc.
    • In card-playing, an announcement or meld; in bridge, specifically, the naming of trump suit by the dealership. Occasionally labeled as the make.
    • the simple flag addresses opponent's goods, except whenever contraband;
    • natural goods, except when contraband, aren't prone to capture under an enemy's flag;
    • blockades is binding must certanly be effective. The United States declined to just accept the initial of those, but concurred in the others.
    • a formal public statement
    • a statement that's emphatic and specific (talked or written)
    • (agreement bridge) the best quote becomes the contract setting how many tips that the bidder must make
    • (legislation) unsworn statement that can be admitted in evidence in a legal transaction
    • a statement of nonexempt items or of dutiable properties
    • an official phrase by a gathering; decided to by a vote

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