excussion definition

  • noun:
    • the procedure or proceedings whereby a creditor must continue against a principal debtor before proceeding against a surety or subsidiary debtor.
    • The work of excusing; seizure by-law.
    • The act of excussing, speaking about, unfolding, or deciphering; conversation.
    • A seizing by-law; in civil-law, the act of exhausting appropriate proceedings against a debtor or their property, before continuing up against the property of one secondarily liable for your debt; conversation.
    • The process or proceedings whereby a creditor must proceed against a principal debtor before proceeding against a surety or subsidiary debtor.
    • The work of excusing; seizure by-law.
    • The act of excussing, speaking about, unfolding, or deciphering; discussion.
    • A seizing legally; in civil-law, the work of exhausting appropriate procedures against a debtor or his property, before proceeding up against the home of a person secondarily liable for the debt; discussion.

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