Legal Definition and Related Resources of Might
Meaning of Might
The past tense of the word may and is equivalent to had power , was possible, or have the physical or moral opportunity to be contingently possible. The term denotes not only possibility but also ability and capability.
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Might in Historical Law
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Legal Abbreviations and Acronyms
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