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allegata

noun plural al·le·ga·ta \ˌa-lə-ˈgā-tə, ˌä-le-ˈgä-tä\

Legal Definition of allegata

  1. :  facts alleged or allegations made in a pleading — compare probata

Origin and Etymology of allegata

New Latin, plural of allegatum, from Medieval Latin allegare to allege, from Latin, to dispatch, adduce in support


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