DECLINATION

DECLINATION

declination (dek-l[schwa]-nay-sh[schwa]n).

1. A deviation from proper course (declination of duty).

2. An act of refusal (declination of a gift).

3. A document filed by a fiduciary who chooses not to serve.

4. At common law, a plea to the court’s jurisdiction by reason of the judge’s personal interest in the lawsuit. ¡ª Also termed (esp. in sense 2) declinature.


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