What is CEDE?

To yield up ; to assign ; to grant. Generally used to designate the transfer of territory from one government to another. Goetz v. United States (C. C.) 103 Fed. 72; Baltimore v. Turnpike Road, 80 Md. 535, 31 Atl. 420; Somers v. Pierson, 16 N. J. Law, 181.

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