Definition of profert
1 : an allegation in a pleading or on the record that the pleader produces in open court an instrument relief upon and set forth therein
2 : the actual exhibition in court of an instrument — see declaration 2a
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Origin and Etymology of profert
Latin, he brings forward, 3d person present indicative of proferre
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