JEOFAIL

JEOFAIL

jeofail (jef-ayl), n. [fr. French j’ay faill¨¦] Archaic.

1. A pleading error or oversight that results in a misjoined issue and requires a repleader.

2. The acknowledgment of such an error. ¡ª Also spelled jeofaile.


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Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.