1. To ratify or formalize (a treaty, convention, or contract) (it can be difficult to amend a contract that the parties have already concluded).
2. To bind; estop (the admissions concluded the party as a matter of law).
3. Scots law. To sign (a contract, letter, etc.) for the sale of real property. ? This term most commonly appears in the phrase conclude missives.
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