ADMINICLE - Black's Law Dictionary

What is ADMINICLE? Definition of ADMINICLE in Black's Law Dictionary

Used as an English word in the statute of 1 Edw. IV, c. 1, in the sense of aid, or support.

In civil law, imperfect proof. Merl. Rêpert. See Adminiculum.

In Scotch law, an aid or support to something else. A collateral deed or writing, referring to another which has been lost, and which it is in general necessary to produce -before the tenor of the lost deed can be proved by parol evidence. Ersk.Inst. b. 4, tit. 1, § 55.

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