sponsion (spon-sh[schwa]n), n. [fr. Latin spondere ¡°to engage¡±]

1. The formal pledge by which a person becomes a surety.

2. Int’l law. An ultra vires promise of an official agent (such as a general in wartime), requiring later ratification by the principal.

3. Roman law. A form of guarantee accessory to an oral contract. ? Only Roman citizens could make this type of guarantee. See ADPROMISSION(1). ¡ª sponsional (spon-sh[schwa]n-[schwa]l), adj.

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