holding, n.

1. A court’s determination of a matter of law pivotal to its decision; a principle drawn from such a decision. Cf. OBITER DICTUM. [Cases: Courts 88. C.J.S. Courts ¡ì 139; Trade-Marks, Trade-Names, and Unfair Competition¡ì 187.]

2. A ruling on evidence or other questions presented at trial.

3. (usu. pl.) Legally owned property, esp. land or securities.

4. Hist. In feudal law, tenure.

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