resolutive

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Etymology[edit]

Compare French résolutif.

Adjective[edit]

resolutive (comparative more resolutive, superlative most resolutive)

  1. Serving to dissolve or relax.
    • 1681, James Dalrymple, The Institutions of the Law of Scotland [] :
      But for clearing further of the Point , distinction would be made of the Nature and Tenor of the Clause , which may either be suspensive or resolutive of the Property or Fee in the former case

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