Deed poll

Definition of Deed poll

Deed´ poll`
1.(Law) A deed of one part, or executed by only one party, and distinguished from an indenture by having the edge of the parchment or paper cut even, or polled as it was anciently termed, instead of being indented.

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deed, deed of conveyance, jurisprudence, law, title
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