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Vest'ed adjective 1.
Clothed; robed; wearing vestments. 'The vested
priest.' Milton. 2. (Law)
Not in a state of contingency or suspension; fixed; as, vested
interests. Vested legacy (Law)
, a legacy the right to ...
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adjective fixed and absolute and without contingency; `a vested right`
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• (imp. & p. p.) of Vest • (a.) Not in a state of contingency or suspension; fixed; as, vested rights; vested interests. • (a.) Clothed; robed; wearing vestments.
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a point in time when you may withdraw funds from an investment account, such as a retirement account, without penalty.
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(adj). Vested means confirmed. When a property, right or title is confirmed an any person by an act, order , succession or by any proceedings of the law, he is said to hold a vested right in the property, asset or right
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adj. referring to having an absolute right or title, when previously the holder of the right or title only had an expectation. Example: after 20 years of employment Larry Loyal's pension rights are now vested.
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Fixed; accrued; settled; absolute.
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An unconditional right or title. For example, if an employee must work for ten years before his pension becomes vested, then after ten years of employment he has unconditional right to that pension. During the ten years prior, his right to the pension was unvested.
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