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  • n. A legal declaration

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A form of action by which some right or interest is sought to be judicially declared.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Scots law, a declaratory action; a form of action in the Court of Session, the object of which is to have a fact declared judicially, leaving the legal consequences of it to follow as a matter of course: as, a declarator of marriage, etc.


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  • I have known it conjoined with a declarator of marriage. —


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  • Secondly, given that there is some dispute over the constitutionality of some of the options made in the Base document, the legislature should immediately make a request of the Constitutional Court that they assist us through making a declarator on these issues.


  • I have known it conjoined with a declarator of marriage.


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