What is ADMISSION?

In evidence. A voluntary acknowledgment, confession, or concession of the existence of a fact or the truth of an allegation made by a party to the suit. Roosevelt v. Smith, 17 Misc. Kep. 323, 40 N. Y. Supp. 381. In pleading. The concession or acknowledgment by one party of the truth of some matter alleged by the opposite party, made in a pleading, the effect of which is to narrow the area of facts or allegations requiring to be proved by evidence. Connecticut Hospital v. Brookfield, 09 Conn. 1, 3G Atl. 1017. In practice. The formal act of a court, by which attorneys or counsellors are recognized as officers of the court and are licensed to practice before it In corporations. The act of a corporation or company by which an individual acquires the rights of a member of such corporation or company. In English ecclesiastical law. The act of the bishop, who, on approval of the clerk presented by the patron, after examination, declares him fit to serve the cure of the church to which he is presented, by the words “admitto te habilcm,” I admit thee able. Co. Litt. 344a; 4 Coke, 79; 1 Crabb, Real Prop. p. 138,

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