Gratuitous Contract

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Meaning of Gratuitous contract

In civil law. One the object of which is for the benefit of the person with whom it is made, vrithout any profit, received or promised, as a consideration for it; as, for example, a gift. 1 Bouv. Inst, note 709.


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