forfeitures

All Noun
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  • The forfeitures go on, and the house, I hear, is improved for our future meetings. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Volume 4 (of 6), by Boswell
  • As a result, the court decreed that civil forfeitures were not considered as a type of fine.
  • An individual instituted a legal process to recover these forfeitures, according to the law of the land. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 1 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • But such forfeitures never held long in Scotland. Cited from A Short History of Scotland, by Andrew Lang
  • Surely the services we have rendered the nation have not subjected us to any forfeitures. Cited from The Eve of the Revolution, by Carl Becker
  • Settlers needed more than just time to pay off their debts, and the number of forfeitures did not diminish.
  • The majority of the forest came under the ownership of the state after tax forfeitures in the early 1900s.
  • He called for an end to what he called the "abuse of fines and forfeitures."
  • I am no ways interested in forfeitures or grants. Cited from A Popular History of Ireland V2, by T.D. McGee
  • Official scores subsequent to the forfeitures are listed in the table.
  • Some states go so far as to require certain forfeitures, bail, and fines for certain crimes.
  • Many states including Missouri prohibit police from keeping fines and forfeitures and instead send the money to education.
  • Pardons and remissions of forfeitures, however, would still be within executive control. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, Vol. II, by John T. Morse
  • The forfeitures consequent to that great change had considerably increased them. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VII. (of 12), by Burke
  • If the frequency of civil forfeitures increases, then the amount of money going to the state and local jurisdictions would increase correspondingly.
  • Bondsmen are responsible for paying the forfeitures, and if they do not pay the full amount, they can no longer write bonds in the state.
  • One of those forfeitures proved to be his downfall.
  • Eagerness to seize the valuable forfeitures expected upon the death of every opponent, shut the door against mercy. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 5, by Robert Kerr
  • Pardons and remissions of forfeitures, however, would still be within Executive control. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Abraham Lincoln, by Richardson
  • The same force which reopens the Mississippi can collect taxes or exact forfeitures along its banks. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 9, No. 54, April, 1862, by Various
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Root form of forfeitures is forfeiture for the noun.

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