legal papers
Documents containing a statement of legal status, identity, authority, or ownership, or providing evidence of some type of obligation. Such documents may include wills, deeds, leases, titles, birth certificates, and contracts. Legal papers may also refer to documents such as a complaint or summons, prepared in order to pursue a legal or court action.
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