uncore prist


uncore prist
/ankor prist/ L. Fr.
Still ready. A species of plea or replication by which the party alleges that he is still ready to pay or perform all that is justly demanded of him. In conjunction with the phrase "tout temps prist," it signifies that he has always been and still is ready to do what is required, thus saving costs where the whole cause is admitted, or preventing delay where it is a replication, if the allegation is made out. 3 BLComm. 303

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • uncore prist — He is still ready. The expression was used in the formal pleading of a tender, wherein the pleader alleged that he has always been ready (tout temps prist), and still is ready (uncore prist), to pay. See 3 Bl Comm 303 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • uncore prist — ˈənˌkō(ə)rˈprist noun Etymology: Anglo French, still ready : an old plea at law that payment of a debt was and still is tendered …   Useful english dictionary

  • toujours et uncore prist — /tuwzhur ey onkor priy/ L. Fr. Always and still ready. This is the name of a plea of tender …   Black's law dictionary

  • touching — Arousing emotion. Contiguous. See contiguous. toujours et uncore prist. Now and always ready. tour. A long trip, especially a trip for pleasure. A trip across and around the country in performance of duty or by way of following an occupation or… …   Ballentine's law dictionary