exaction definition

  • noun:
    • The act of exacting.
    • extortionate or unjust demand; extortion.
    • anything exacted.
    • The work of demanding with authority, and persuasive to cover or produce; compulsion to give or furnish; a levying by force; a driving to conformity; as, the exaction to tribute or of obedience; hence, extortion.
    • whatever is exacted; a severe tribute; a fee, incentive, or contribution, demanded or levied with seriousness or injustice.
    • The act of demanding with expert, and powerful to pay or yield; compulsion to provide or furnish; a levying by power; a driving to conformity; ; thus, extortion.
    • That which is exacted; a severe tribute; a fee, incentive, or share, demanded or levied with severity or injustice.
    • The work of demanding with expert and persuasive to pay for or produce; compulsory or authoritative demand; exorbitant or arbitrary necessity: as, the exaction of tribute or of obedience.
    • what is exacted; a requisition; specifically, some thing compulsorily needed without right, or in overabundance what exactly is because of or appropriate.
    • in-law, a wrong done by an officer or one in pretended expert, by taking a reward or cost for the for which regulations allows not one. See extortion.
    • The calling of a celebration to resolve. See specific, v., 4.
    • work of demanding or levying by power or expert
    • The work of exacting.
    • Excessive or unjust demand; extortion.
    • anything exacted.
    • The act of demanding with expert, and persuasive to cover or produce; compulsion to offer or provide; a levying by power; a driving to conformity; as, the exaction to tribute or of obedience; ergo, extortion.
    • whatever is exacted; a severe tribute; a fee, incentive, or contribution, demanded or levied with seriousness or injustice.
    • The work of demanding with expert, and persuasive to pay for or produce; compulsion to provide or furnish; a levying by power; a driving to compliance; ; therefore, extortion.
    • whatever is exacted; a severe tribute; a fee, incentive, or share, demanded or levied with seriousness or injustice.
    • The work of demanding with expert and compelling to cover or yield; compulsory or respected demand; exorbitant or arbitrary necessity: as, the exaction of tribute or of obedience.
    • That which is exacted; a requisition; particularly, some thing compulsorily needed without right, or in overabundance what exactly is because of or appropriate.
    • In law, an incorrect carried out by an officer or one out of pretended expert, if you take a reward or cost for the which is why what the law states permits none. See extortion.
    • The calling of an event to answer. See exact, v., 4.
    • act of demanding or levying by force or expert

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