admission of a claim

admission of a claim
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  • quasi admission — An act or utterance, usually extrajudicial, which creates an inconsistency with and discredits to a greater or lesser degree, present claim or other evidence of person creating the inconsistency, and person who enacted or uttered it may… …   Black's law dictionary

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