TO BIND OR BIND, crim. Right. An act by which a judge or court releases on bail a party accused of a crime or misdemeanour. (2) The accused person may be compelled to appear before a court having jurisdiction for the offence charged in order to answer for his or her actions; or he may be obliged to behave well (see v.) or to keep the peace. See Peace Bond. (3) If the accused refuses to obtain the required recognition, he or she may be sentenced to imprisonment. An adjective is the condition of being limited by the obligations of a bond or alliance. In maritime law, “related to” or “to destination” means that the ship in question is intended or intended to make a voyage to the designated place. As a noun, the term refers to a boundary or line that surrounds or marks a piece of land. In the well-known term “Metes and Bounds”, the first term refers to measured distances and the second to natural or artificial marks that indicate their beginning and end. Sometimes a distinction is made between “bound” and “border”, so that while the former refers to the boundary itself (and may be an imaginary line), the latter refers to a visible mark that indicates the boundary.
But such a distinction is usually not observed. BIND, BIND, conclude contracts. These words apply to the contract between a master and an apprentice, which is considered to be related. (2) In order to establish a good relationship, the apprentice`s consent must be obtained with that of his father, his next friend or a person standing in loco parentis. Ferry. From. Lord and Servant, A; 8. John 328; 2 pens. 977; 2 Yerg.
546 1 Ashmead, 123; 10 Sergeant & Rawle, 416 1 Massachusetts, 172; 1. Vermont, 69. Whether a father has the right under the common law to bind his child during his minority without his consent does not seem clear. 2 Dall. 199; 7. Fair 147; 1 Freemason, 78 years old; 1 Ashes 267. Apprentice void; Father; Mother; Relative. 3.
The words bind or bind shall also be used to indicate that a thing is subject to an obligation, obligation or responsibility; since the judgment binds such an estate. Empty Link. . Obligated or required, often by contractual terms, sometimes used with respect to moral or ethical obligations or constraints. .