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
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. William C. Burton. 2006
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. W. J. Stewart. 2001.
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.Related links
Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010.
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Completion — Com*ple tion, n. [L. completio a filling, a fulfillment.] 1. The act or process of making complete; the getting through to the end; as, the completion of an undertaking, an education, a service. [1913 Webster] The completion of some repairs.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
completion — late 14c., from L. completionem (nom. completio), noun of action from complere to fill up, complete (see COMPLETE (Cf. complete)) … Etymology dictionary
completion — [n] accomplishment, finishing achievement, attainment, close, conclusion, consummation, culmination, curtains*, dispatch, end, expiration, finalization, finis, finish, fruition, fulfillment, hips*, integration, perfection, realization, swan song* … New thesaurus
completion — ► NOUN 1) the action of completing or the state of being completed. 2) Brit. the final stage in the sale of a property, at which point it legally changes ownership … English terms dictionary
completion — [kəm plē′shən] n. [ME < L completio] 1. the act of completing, or finishing 2. the state of being completed 3. Football a successful forward pass … English World dictionary
completion — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ rapid, speedy ▪ early ▪ timely ▪ satisfactory, successful ▪ college … Collocations dictionary
completion — In the context of project financing, occurs after a Completion Test, when the project s cash flows become the primary method of repayment. Prior to completion, the primary source of repayment is usually from the sponsors or from the turnkey… … Financial and business terms
completion */*/ — UK [kəmˈpliːʃ(ə)n] / US [kəmˈplɪʃ(ə)n] noun Word forms completion : singular completion plural completions 1) a) [uncountable] the process of finishing an activity or job Forms will be sent to our clients for completion. completion of: After… … English dictionary