joint and several definition

  • adjective:
    • a phrase signifying that the financial obligation, credit, responsibility, etc., to which it's used is held in such a way the parties in interest tend to be engaged both together and separately thus a joint and many financial obligation is certainly one for which all debtors may be sued together or both of these individually; made use of especially in the expression joint and many liability.
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