estimated


estimated
The equivalent of more or less. Jeffreys v Weekly, 81 Or 140, 158 P 522. Appearing in a written contract, an indication that the quantity or amount of the subject matter is not attempted to be stated with mathematical exactness, and that the instrument must not be interpreted as if it contained an exact statement of the quantity or amount. 17 Am J2d Contr § 282. In connection with the designation of the amount of goods to be delivered under a contract of sale, it is an indefinite term comparable to the terms "about" or "more or less," and does not require or constitute a guaranty that the amount so estimated will be delivered. 46 Am J1st Sales § 156. A word of precaution in describing an area of land, intended to cover slight and unimportant inaccuracies. 55 Am J1st V & P § 131.

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