meaning of BACKBOND

BACKBOND meaning in General Dictionary

An instrument which in conjunction with another making a complete personality comprises a trust

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  • a musical instrument which, along with another making an absolute personality, comprises a trust.

BACKBOND meaning in Law Dictionary

In Scotch law. A deed attaching a qualification or problem to the regards to a conveyance or other tool. This deed can be used when specific situations render it required to express in a separate form the limitations or skills of a right. Bell. The instrument is the same as a declaration of trust in English conveyancing.


BACKBOND meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) An instrument which, along with another making a total disposition, constitutes a trust.