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A la grande grevaunce

What does A la grande grevaunce mean in American Law?

The definition of A la grande grevaunce in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is:

Law French for “to the great grievance,” a term found in old pleadings and writs.

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  • Article Name: A la grande grevaunce
  • Author: Arthur Leff
  • Description: Law French for to the great grievance, a term found in old pleadings and writs....

This entry was last updated: May 14, 2014


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