Definition for AD-LE-GA'TION

AD-LE-GA'TION, n. [L. ad and legatio, an embassy, from lego, to send. See Legate.]

In the public law of the German Empire, a right claimed by the states, of joining their own ministers with those of, the Emperor, in public treaties and negotiations, relating to the common interest of the Empire. – Encyc.

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