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quittance

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1 a freeing from an obligation or responsibility
  • the indentured servant obtained a quittance from his master stating he was free to leave and was no longer required to work

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2 payment to another for a loss or injury
  • the court awarded the plaintiff a substantial quittance for bodily injury and emotional distress

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The first known use of quittance was in the 14th century

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