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decree absolute

Legal Definition of decree absolute

Noun

  1. The name given to the final and conclusive court order after the condition of a decree nisi is met.

Definition of decree absolute

Noun

decree absolute (plural decrees absolute)

  1. (law) the official decree marking the legal end of a marriage, allowing the two people to remarry; it follows the decree nisi after six weeks (in Britain)

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