bill of peace

Definition of "bill of peace"
  1. A legal document employed to affirm the rights of all parties concerned in a case, with the aim of preventing repeated legal actions
How to use "bill of peace" in a sentence
  1. The judge suggested the use of a bill of peace to resolve the issue and prevent further lawsuits.
  2. A bill of peace was issued to prevent the parties from filing redundant litigation over the same matter.
  3. To reduce the load on the court system, a bill of peace may be recommended when dealing with frequent litigations involving the same parties and issues.

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