juridical act

Definition of "juridical act"
  1. A voluntary decision made with the intention to create, alter, or end legal obligations
How to use "juridical act" in a sentence
  1. Signing a contract is an example of a juridical act, as it aims to create legal obligations between parties.
  2. The creation of a will is a juridical act that lays out how a person's assets are to be distributed after their death.
  3. By submitting a formal resignation, an employee performs a juridical act that ends their legal obligations to the employer.

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