with reasonable dispatch
index forthwith, immediate (at once)

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  • reasonable time — A period consistent with reasonable dispatch and without unreasonable delay. 37 Am J2d Fraud § 417. A time that is reasonable considering the nature, purpose, arid circumstances of the relevant act. UCC § 1 204(2). A time for presentment or a… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • forthwith — I adverb as soon as can be reasonably expected, at once, immediately, instantaneously, instantly, promptly, quickly, straightaway, with all reasonable speed, with reasonable dispatch II index as soon as feasible, instant, instantly Burton s …   Law dictionary

  • immediate notice of loss — Notice to insurer: notice given with reasonable dispatch, and within a reasonable time, in view of all the facts and circumstances of the case, 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1379; notice within such convenient time as is reasonably requisite for… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • forthwith — Immediately; without delay; directly; within a reasonable time under the circumstances of the case; promptly and with reasonable dispatch. U. S. ex rel. Carter v. Jennings, D.C.Pa., 333 F.Supp. 1392, 1397. Within such time as to permit that which …   Black's law dictionary

  • forthwith — Immediately; without delay; directly; within a reasonable time under the circumstances of the case; promptly and with reasonable dispatch. U. S. ex rel. Carter v. Jennings, D.C.Pa., 333 F.Supp. 1392, 1397. Within such time as to permit that which …   Black's law dictionary

  • prompt notice — Notice given within a reasonable time. Anno: 76 ALR 59; 41 ALR2d 853 (notice of breach of warranty). Notice given with reasonable dispatch. Black & W. Cab. Co. v New York Indem. Co. 108 W Va. 93, 150 SE 521 (notice of accident as required by… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • immediate — A word of qualification of both time and distance but having no one precise signification in either respect, being relative to the event. People v Pool, 27 Cal 573. As the word appears in a provision for forwarding papers, contained in a… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • immediate — I (at once) adjective flash, instant, instantaneous, praesens, prompt, quick, speedy, sudden, unhesitating, with reasonable dispatch, without delay II (imminent) adjective about to happen, anticipated, approaching, at hand, close, close a …   Law dictionary

  • forthwith — With all reasonable diligence and dispatch. Within a reasonable time. As a limitation of time in a covenant for repairs contained in a lease:–with all reasonable celerity, not immediately. 32 Am J1st L & T § 800. As a limitation of time for the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Misprision of treason — is an offence found in many common law jurisdictions around the world, having been inherited from English law. It is committed by someone who knows a treason is being or is about to be committed but does not report it to a proper authority. It is …   Wikipedia

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