- the effect of an act by which the person performing the act is bound not to do anything inconsistent therewith; an estoppel.
- the end of a pleading or conveyance.
Origin of conclusion
- a statement that purports to follow from another or others (the premises) by means of an argument
- a statement that does validly follow from given premises
- an admission or statement binding on the party making it; estoppel
- the close of a pleading or of a conveyance
Word Origin for conclusion
late 14c., "deduction or conclusion reached by reasoning," from Old French conclusion "conclusion, result, outcome," from Latin conclusionem (nominative conclusio), noun of action from past participle stem of concludere (see conclude). Also, from late 14c. "the end" (usually of speech or writing), "closing passages of a speech or writing."
see foregone conclusion; jump to a conclusion.