[ pohl ]
/ poʊl /
noun, plural deeds poll. Law.
a deed signed and executed only by the grantor.
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Origin of deed poll
First recorded in 1580–90
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Examples from the Web for deed poll
The appointment was by deed-poll, and strictly in accordance with the powers of the settlement.Mary Anerley|R. D. Blackmore
British Dictionary definitions for deed poll
law a deed made by one party only, esp one by which a person changes his name
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