1. Hist. A document recording the nature of the bail granted to a defendant in a civil action; specif., a surety issued to attest the act of offering bail
2. More modernly, a warrant issued to a surety upon which the surety may arrest the person bailed by him. ? The bailpiece was filed with the court and usu. signed by the defendant’s sureties. See BAIL(2); RECOGNIZANCE. ¡ª Sometimes written bailpiece.
What is the Chinese interpretation of BAILPIECE?
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