meaning of BILL OF CONFORMITY

BILL OF CONFORMITY meaning in Law Dictionary

One recorded by an executor or administrator, which finds the matters of the deceased such included which he cannot properly administer the estate except underneath the way of a court of chancery. This costs is submitted up against the creditors, generally speaking, for the purpose of having almost all their statements modified, and procuring one last decree settling your order of payment of assets. 1 Story, Eq. Jur.