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One who represents the Incumbent of a church, parson, or vicar, and takes care of the church, and performs divine services in his stead. An officiating temporary minister in the English church, who represents the proper incumbent. Burn, Ecc. Law; 1 Bl. Comm. 393.
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Synonyms and Definition Contents
- Legal Definition and Related Resources of Curate
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- Curate Alternative Definition
- Related Entries of Curate in the Encyclopedia of Law Project
- Curate in Historical Law
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