Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of averment.

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Examples

  • Plaintiffs incorporate the allegations and averments contained in paragraphs 5 through 90 as if set forth fully herein.

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  • If a leinholder is on the title, even the lienholders has 20 days to file an answer setting forth their security interest along with averments that they had no knowledge the vehicle would be used to commit any offense.

    Corruption: State Police Bureaucrat Gets Confiscated Luxury Car Assigned Him - Warner_Todd_Huston’s blog - RedState

  • The People could not both refuse to disclose the informant's identity, or at least some facts showing a basis for the informant's knowledge the police relied upon to establish probable cause for the arrest, and insist that defendant's averments in his pleadings were insufficient to obtain a Mapp/Dunaway hearing [FN2].

    NY Court of Appeals

  • The People could not both refuse to disclose the informant's identity, or at least some facts showing a basis for the informant's knowledge the police relied upon to establish probable cause for the arrest, and insist that defendant's averments in his pleadings were insufficient to obtain a Mapp/Dunaway hearing [FN2].

    Criminal Law

  • Or the record to reflect that he wanted impeachment after four-and-a-half hours of reading into the record his averments.

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  • (T) he averments of a lay plaintiff cannot serve as the essential showing of the merit ... where, as here, the averments include matters not within the ordinary experience and knowledge of laypersons.

    New York Civil Procedure

  • “I must to my sister instantly, and demand of her if there be any real foundation for these wonderful averments.”

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • "It (the judgment) carefully considered the circumstances. and decided that there appeared to be merit in the respondent's (Zuma's) averments of political interference in his prosecution."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "There is and was little doubt that the President was fully aware of these averments involving him and his conduct as part of the anti-Zuma movement which affected Mr Zuma's prosecution and the manner thereof."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Do they have a prurient interest in the averments of someone with a history of mental health problems?

    Alastair Campbell Diaries Out in July

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