subscription
sub·scrip·tion /səb-'skrip-shən/ n
1: the act of signing one's name (as in attesting or witnessing a document)
2: something that is subscribed; specif: a sum subscribed or pledged
a charitable subscription
3: an agreement to purchase securities (as stocks) of a new issue and esp. of a prospective corporation compare warrant 3b

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

subscription
I noun acceptance, affirmation, agreement, approval, assent, authentication, certification, confirmation, consent, endorsement, enrollment, ratification, registration, sanction, signature, validation II index advance (allowance), advocacy, affirmance (judicial sanction), aid (help), confirmation, consent, favor (sanction), grant, sanction (permission), vow

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


subscription
'writing below'. This usually means a signature. The sovereign writes her name at the top.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


subscription
The act of writing one's name under a written instrument; the affixing of one's signature to any document, whether for the purpose of authenticating or attesting it, of adopting its terms as one's own expressions, or of binding one's self by an engagement which it contains. A written contract by which one engages to take and pay for capital stock of a corporation, or to contribute a sum of money for a designated purpose, either gratuitously, as in the case of subscribing to a charity, or in consideration of an equivalent to be rendered, as a subscription to a periodical, a forthcoming book, a series of entertainments, or the like.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


subscription
The act of writing one's name under a written instrument; the affixing of one's signature to any document, whether for the purpose of authenticating or attesting it, of adopting its terms as one's own expressions, or of binding one's self by an engagement which it contains. A written contract by which one engages to take and pay for capital stock of a corporation, or to contribute a sum of money for a designated purpose, either gratuitously, as in the case of subscribing to a charity, or in consideration of an equivalent to be rendered, as a subscription to a periodical, a forthcoming book, a series of entertainments, or the like.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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