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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of estreat.

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Examples

  • Johnson also provisionally estreated her bail of R5000, but said final orders would be made in this regard on the same date.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It also provided for compensation to be paid to victims, preferably from the assets of the criminal concerned or, if that was impractical, from a State account set up for the purpose, funded by court fines and estreated bail, among others.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The matter against Mayekiso and his co-accused was rescheduled for April 23 and Mayekiso's bail was provisonally estreated.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Their bail of R1000 each was estreated after they failed to appear last week and they are being held at Diepkloof Prison in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Bail was cancelled and ordered provisionally estreated, with the return date for the final order being set for December 19.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • His bail was provisionally estreated on Tuesday and a

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I assume that the sole reason for the decision is that I deliberately absented myself from my trial and estreated my bail.

    THE FIRST BRAM FISCHER MEMORIAL LECTURE

  • "Let the recognizances be estreated," was the magisterial comment.

    The Magnificent Montez From Courtesan to Convert

  • A committee was at the same time appointed to manage and let to farm to the best advantage for the City a number of offices, including those of garbling, package and scavage, metage of grain, coal, salt and fruit, as well as all fines, issues, amerciaments and estreated recognisances under the greenwax.

    London and the Kingdom - Volume II

  • 274 The chief objections raised were that the new charter exempted the citizens from serving at musters outside the city, but it granted the City forfeitures for treason and estreated recognisances, the custody of Bethlem and a number of houses intended for the relief of the poor, etc. —

    London and the Kingdom - Volume II

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