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

    Fully performed; synonymous also with “signed.” See 35 W. Va. 15, 29 Am. St. Rep. 774, 12 S. E. 1078.

  • Black's Law Dictionary: 2nd Edition

    Completed; carried into full effect; already done or performed; inking effect immediately; now in existence or in possession; conveying an immediate right or possession. The opposite of executory.
    —Executed consideration. A consideration which is wholly past. 1 Pars. Cont. 391. An act done or value given before the making of the agreement.
    —Executed contract. See Contract.
    —Executed estate. 'See Estate.
    — Executed flue. The fine sur cognizance de droit, come ceo que il ad de son done; or a fine upon acknowledgment of the right of the cognizee, as that which he has of the gift of the cognizor. Abolished by 3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 74.
    —Executed remainder. See Remainder.
    — Executed sale. One completed by delivery of the property; one where nothing remains to be done by either party to effect a complete transfer of the subject-matter of the sale. Fogel v. Brubaker, 122 Pa. 7, 15 Atl. 692; Smith v. Barron County, 44 Wis. 691; Foley v. Felrath, 98 Ala. 176, 13 South. 485, 39 Am. St. Rep. 39.
    —Executed trust. See Trust.
    —Executed use. See Use.
    —Executed writ. In practice. A writ carried into effect by the officer to whom it is directed. The term "executed," applied to a writ, has been held to mean "used." Amh. 6i.