Definitions from Black's Law Dictionary: 2nd Edition and Ballentine's Law Dictionary as are available for each term in each dictionary.
  • Black's Law Dictionary: 2nd Edition

    Unconditional; complete and perfect in itself, without relation to or dependence on, other things or persons,—as an absolute right; without condition, exception, restriction, qualification or limitation, —as an absolute conveyance, an absolute estate ; final, peremptory,—as an absolute rule. People v. Ferry, 84 Cal. 31, 24 Pac. 33; Wll-son v. White, 133 Ind. 614, 33 N. E. 361, 19 I R. A. 581; Johnson v. Johnson, 32 Ala. 637; Germania F. Ins. Co. v. Stewart, 13 Ind. App. 627, 42 N. E. 286. As to absolute "Conveyance," "Covenant," "Delivery," "Estate," "Gift," "Guaranty," "Interest," "Law," "Nullity," "Property," "Rights," "Ruin," "Sain," "Title," "Warrandice," see those titles.