completion
I noun accomplishment, achievement, attainment, climax, close, commission, conclusion, consequence, consummation, course, crowning, culmination, denouement, discharge, dissolution, effectuation, end, ending, entirety, execution, expiration, extremity, fait accompli, finale, finality, finish, fulfillment, maturity, outcome, perfection, performance, realization, sequel, settlement, sufficiency, termination, terminus, transaction, windup associated concepts: bankruptcy, completion of a trial, dissolution II index cessation (termination), close (conclusion), commission (act), complement, conclusion (outcome), consequence (conclusion), course, denouement, discharge (performance), dissolution (termination), end (termination), entirety, expiration, extremity (death), fait accompli, finality, follow-up, maturity, outcome, performance (execution), realization, transaction

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


completion
a non-technical term used to describe the last stage of a sale of land when the land and its title are exchanged for the price. For Scotland, See settlement.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


completion
Also known as closing, completion is the final step in the legal process of transferring ownership of property. Completion is usually the point at which the purchase price for the property is paid and the transfer documents are dated.
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