Definition of Solicitors

1. Noun. (plural of solicitor) ¹



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Definition of Solicitors

1. solicitor [n] - See also: solicitor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solicitors

solgel
soli
solicitant
solicitants
solicitate
solicitation
solicitations
solicited
solicitee
solicitees
soliciting
solicitor
solicitor-client privilege
solicitor general
solicitors (current term)
solicitorship
solicitorships
solicitour
solicitous
solicitously
solicitousness
solicitresses
solicitrix
solicits
solicitude
solicitudes
solicity
solid

Literary usage of Solicitors

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1. An Index to Legal Periodical Literature by Leonard Augustus Jones, Frank Ellsworth Chipman (1919)
"The liability of solicitors for matters of opinion. 47 Sol. J. 704 [1903]. The liability of solicitors to persons employed in the course of litigation. ..."

2. A Philadelphia Lawyer in the London Courts by Thomas Leaming (1911)
"CHAPTER, V solicitors LINE WHICH SEPARATES THEM FROM THE BAR—SOLICITOR A BUSINESS ... The line which separates solicitors from the Bar—the barristers—is ..."

3. Company Precedents, for Use in Relation to Companies Subject to the by Francis Beaufort Palmer (1881)
"14 CD 533. the company's appearing in person, and upon reading ~2 orders dated, &c., Let the said solicitors. Messrs. C. & S. within fourteen days after ..."

4. Woodfall's Law of Landlord and Tenant by William Woodfall (1890)
"(b) Scale of solicitors' Charges. solicitors' Remuneration Order. — The solicitors' Remuneration Order, 1882, of which so much as applies to leases and ..."

5. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1897)
"We like to be able to say that we are in that condition where our solicitors' duties have not been as much required as perhaps they might be under other ..."

6. The Ontario Reports: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the Queen's by Ontario High Court of Justice, Ontario, High Court of Justice (1885)
"The letter of the plaintiff's solicitors of the 20th of October, if it is to be considered as the closing of the bargain as between the solicitors, ..."

7. The Law Times (1882)
"I have often suggested that all solicitors should be commissioners, ... It has been stated that notaries who are not solicitors should bo admitted as such ..."

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