Definition of Signeting
1. signet [v] - See also: signet
Lexicographical Neighbors of Signeting
Literary usage of Signeting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1852)
"Can we, then, hold the summons to be void on that account, there being no prohibition against signeting ? I cannot hold that the decision in ..."
2. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"And here it may be observed, that an extract, with a will bearing the same date, and the same date of signeting as the principal letters, will be issued ..."
3. Cases Decided in the Court of Session by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Shaw, Scotland, Court of Session (1831)
"... the case of summonses shall fall, unless the summons shall' be executed within year and day of its signeting, and be called within year and day of the ..."
4. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell by Thomas Bayly Howell (1816)
"... and signeting commissions, and other warrants presented by me, I hope in itself it is no crime, although I was not actual secretary, I having done it by ..."
5. Styles of Deeds and Instruments: In Accordance with the Titles to Land by John Hendry, John Thompson Mowbray (1878)
"... [insert date of signeting]. in the year EF, WS [or SSC], Agent. SCHEDULE (QQ). Form of Letters of Inhibition. [Sea] VICTORIA, &c. ..."
6. The Scots Digest of the Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Scotland: And by John Condie Stewart Sandeman (1905)
"Summons — Printed Summons— signeting and Signing.—A party presented a note to the ... Summons —signeting.—"The whole effect of obtaining a summons to be ..."
7. The Law and Practice of Citation and Diligence: On the Basis of the Late Mr by Robert Campbell, James Johnston Darling (1862)
"As a summons can now bear no date but the date of signeting,4 there can be no doubt about the day when the warrant falls. It has been held that the warrant ..."