\pɹˈə͡ʊsɪz vˈɜːbə͡l], \pɹˈəʊsɪz vˈɜːbəl], \p_ɹ_ˈəʊ_s_ɪ_z v_ˈɜː_b_əl]\
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By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
In French law. A written report, which is signed, setting forth a statement of facts. This term is applied to the report proving the meeting and the resolutious passed at a meeting of shareholders, or to the report of a commission to take testimony. It can also be applied to the statement drawn up by a huissicr in relation to any facts which one of the parties to a suit can be Interested In proving; for instance the sale of a counterfeited object. Statements, drawn up by other competent authorities, of misdemeanors or other criminal acts, are also called by this name. Arg. Fr. Merc. Law, 570. A true relation in writing In due form of law of what has been done and said verbally in the presence of a public officer and of what he himself does on the occasion. Hall v. Hall, 11 Tex. 526, 539.
By Henry Campbell Black