A procedure allowing sensitive or confidential information to be filed with a court without becoming a matter of public record. The court generally must give permission for the material to remain under seal.
In all contracts , there must be some designatio personae. In general, the names of the parties appear in the body of the deed, 'between A B of, etc., of the one part, and C D of, etc., of the other part,' being the common formula.
1 : oral or written but not under seal or of record 2 : not extreme, aggravated, or complicated [ kidnapping] 3 : having no limitations or restrictions see also fee simple simĀ-ply adv
Simple Battery ...
Power of attorney: Document which gives a person the right to make binding decisions for another, as an agent.
Dett, B Holt, 206; or upon simple contracts, express or implied, whether verbal or written, or upon contracts under seal, or of record, or by a common informer, whenever the demand for a sum is certain, or is capable of being reduced to certainty.
Townsend, 2 Hill 551 (1842); - a written instrument , containing a contract of agreement which has been delivered by the party to be bound and accepted by the obligee or covenantee. McMurty v. Brown, 6 Neb. 376 (1877).
"(1) A simple acknowledgment under seal of the debt; (2) an instrument acknowledging the debt and charging the property of the company with repayment; (3) an instrument acknowledging the debt, charging the property of the company with repayment, ...
The certificate, which is , shows the name and address of the holder and the number and type of shares held. It is evidence of the registered person's title to the shares.
It differs from a warrant of attorney, which is given before the commencement of any action, and is under seal. A cognovit actionem is an acknowledgment and confession of the plaintiff's cause of action against the defendant to be just and true.
: a contract made binding by the observance of required formalities regardless of the giving of consideration
: a contract that is a contract , a recognizance, a letter of credit, or a negotiable instrument ...
A promise to deliver a gift in the future, or a promise to make a gift, unless under seal or made under very unusual circumstances, cannot be legally enforced.
See also: Seal, Law, Contract, Contra, Person