Legal Definition and Related Resources of Writing
Meaning of Writing
In the most general sense, the term denotes a document, whether manuscript or printed, as opposed to mere spoken words.
Writing Alternative Definition
In the most general sense of the word, “writing” denotes a document, whether manuscript or printed, as opposed to mere spoken words. Writing is essential to the validity of certain contracts and other transactions. Sweet.
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Writing in the Dictionary of Law consisting of Judicial Definitions and Explanations of Words, Phrases and Maxims
Words traced with a pen, or stamped, printed, engraved, or made legible by any other device. La. Penal Code (1830). The expression of ideas by visible letters – on paper, wood, stone, or other material.
Note: This legal definition of Writing in the Dictionary of Law (English and American Jurisprudence) is from 1893.
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What is the meaning of Writing?
A definition of Writing is provided here: Writing is one of nine Essential Skills. It is the ability to write text and write in documents, such as filing in forms, and non-paper-based writing such as on a computer.
Steganography (from the Greek for â€œcovered Writingâ€). in the National Security Context
A definition and brief description of Steganography (from the Greek for â€œcovered Writingâ€). in relation to national security is as follows:The secret transmission of a message. It is distinct from encryption, because the goal of encryption is to make a message difficult to read while the goal of steganography is to make a message altogether invisible.
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