|Author:||Jeffrey Lehman, Shirelle Phelps|
To agree, to approve, to arrange, to ascertain, to liquidate, or to reach an agreement.Parties are said to settle an account when they examine its items and ascertain and agree upon the balance due from one to the other. When the person who owes money pays the balance, he or she is also said to settle it. A trust is settled when its terms are established and it goes into effect.The term settle up is a colloquial rather than...
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