Legal Definition and Related Resources of Erasure

Meaning of Erasure

The obliteration of a writing, or part thereof. It will render it void or not under the same circumstances as an interlineation. See 5 Pet. (U. S.) 560; 11 Coke, 88; 4 Cruise, Dig. ,368; 13 Viner, Abr. 41; Fitzg. 207; 5 Bing. 183; 3 Car. & P. 55; 2 Wend. (N. Y.) 555; 11 Conn. 531; 5 Mart. (La.) 190; 2 La. 291; 3 La. 56; 4 La. 270.


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  • Alteration






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