charter of pardon

charter of pardon
A charter granting a pardon to a person convicted of a criminal offense. Such a charter has been likened to a deed, in the sense that it is of no force and effect until it has been delivered and accepted. See 39 Am J1st Par § 13.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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