Legal Definition and Related Resources of Acquire,

Meaning of Acquire,

(Lat. ad, for, and qvMerere, to seek). To make property one’s own. It is regularly applied to a permanent acquisition. A man is said to obtain or procure a mere temporary acquisition.


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