Re`cu*sa"tion (r?k`?*z?"sh?n), n. [L. recusatio: cf. F. r'ecusation.]

1.

Refusal.

[Obs.]

2. OldLaw

The act of refusing a judge or challenging that he shall not try the cause, on account of his supposed partiality.

Blackstone.

 

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