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Define That Term #122

Wednesday's term was true bill, which is defined as:

n. the written decision of a Grand Jury (signed by the Grand Jury foreperson) that it has heard sufficient evidence from the prosecution to believe that an accused person probably committed a crime and should be indicted. Thus, the indictment is sent to the court. See also: indictment.

Slickdpdx got it right!

Today's term is:

quasi contract.

Educated guesses only please; no dictionaries.

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