What is CONCUR?

To agree; accord; consent. In the practice of appellate courts, a “concurring opinion” is one filed by one of the judges or justices, in which he agrees with the conclusions or the result of another opinion filed in the case (which may be either the opinion of the court or a dissenting opinion) though he states separately his views of the case or his reasons for so concurring. In Louisiana law. To join with other claimants in presenting a demand against an insolvent estate.

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