address


address
Place where mail or other communications will reach person. Munson v. Bay State Dredging & Contracting Co., 314 Mass. 485, 50 N.E.2d 633, 636.
Generally a place of business or residence; though it need not be.
Bill of address. Provision in Massachusetts Constitution which provides that judges are subject to removal upon the address of a majority of both houses of the legislature with approval of the Governor and the Executive Council.
Equity pleading.
Part of a bill wherein is given the appropriate and technical description of the court in which the bill is filed.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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