approval


approval
I noun acceptance, accord, acknowledgment, acquiescence, adoption, affirmance, affirmation, agreement, allowance, approbatio, approbation, assent, assurance, authentication, authorization, comprobatio, concordance, concurrence, confirmation, consent, countenance, encouragement, endorsement, expression of satisfaction, favor, license, nod of approbation, permit, ratification, recognition, sanction, support, toleration, validation, verification associated concepts: acceptance by a bank, approved endorsed note, sale on approval foreign phrases:
- Qui non improbat, approbat. — He who does not disapprove, approves.
- Quod approbo non reprobo. — That which I approve I do not later reject.
II index acceptance, adoption (acceptance), advantage, advocacy, affirmation, assent, charter (sanction), confirmation, consent, designation (naming), dispensation (exception), estimation (esteem), favor (partiality), favor (sanction), honor (outward respect), indorsement, indulgence, leave (permission), legalization, license, mention (tribute), option (contractual provision), permission, permit, ratification, recognition, recommendation, regard (esteem), respect, sanction (permission), subscription, support (corroboration)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


approval

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


approval
The present confirmation, ratification, or assent to some action or thing done by another, which is submitted to an individual, group, or governmental body for judgment. The acceptance by a judge of a bond, security, or other document that is required by law to meet with the judge's satisfaction before it becomes legally effective.

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


approval
The present confirmation, ratification, or assent to some action or thing done by another, which is submitted to an individual, group, or governmental body for judgment. The acceptance by a judge of a bond, security, or other document that is required by law to meet with the judge's satisfaction before it becomes legally effective.

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

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