Saturday, November 30, 2013
Definitions for suppletory
- supplying a deficiency.
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Citations for suppletory
Every constituent is bound by suppletory rules in the charter, but each constituent is free at any time to alter by contract how a particular suppletory rule will apply to its positions and interests.
A book of accounts kept by one who has since become insane, and proved to be in his handwriting, is admissible in evidence, on being verified by the suppletory oath of his guardian.
Origin of suppletory
Suppletory comes from the Latin word supplēre meaning "to make complete."