Pro Forma

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Pro forma

Meaning of Pro forma

As a matter of form

Synonyms of Pro Forma


  • as a matter of form
  • by course of conduct
  • by custom
  • by habit
  • by past practice
  • by trade and usage
  • by usage
  • ceremoniously
  • common
  • customary
  • for the sake of appearances
  • for the sake of form
  • formally
  • in due form
  • in set form
  • ritualistically
  • ritually
  • standard
  • superficially
  • usual
  • Associated Concepts: pro forma decree
  • pro forma judgment
  • pro forma order

Related Entries of Pro Forma in the Encyclopedia of Law Project

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Pro Forma in Historical Law

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Legal Abbreviations and Acronyms

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Pro Forma Definition (in the Accounting Vocabulary)

The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants offers the following definition of Pro Forma in a way that is easy for anybody to understand: Presentation of financial information that gives effect to an assumed event (e.g., MERGER).






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