cute; as to make an issue, to make oath, to make a presentment 2. To do iu form of law; to perform with due formalities; to execute in legal form; as to make answer, to make a return. 3. To execute as one's act or obligation; to prepare and sign; to sign, execute, and deliver; as to make a conveyance, to make a note. 4. To conclude, determine upon, agree to, or execute; as to make a contract 5. To cause to happen by one's neglect or omission; as to make default. 6. To make acquisition of; to procure; to collect; as to make the money on an exe- cution. 7. To have authority or influence; to support or sustain; as in the phrase, "This precedent makes for the plaintiff."
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and commerce or the buying and selling of commodities. See In re San Gabriel Sanatorium (I). C.) 03 Fed. 273; In re Pacific Coast Warehouse Co. (C. C.) 123 Fed. 750; Graham v. Hendricks, 22 La. Ann. 524.
Three Types of Estoppel You Should Know About Estoppel is a notoriously vague and hard-to-pin-down term in legal terminology. Derived from the French, estoppel literally means "stopped," as in a person is stopped from doing or saying something. This rather broad definition has given rise to many different forms of estoppel, such as estoppel […]