3 definitions found for this term.
Definitions are presented in the order source books were published (most recent first).
Criminal Procedure 4/e$75.00 – $120.00
A written promise given by an accused person to appear in court at a stated place and time and to comply with other conditions. The contents of an undertaking are set out in section 501 of the Code.
Understanding Bail in Canada$34.95 – $55.92
A form of release requiring only the signature of the accused person with no contingent financial obligations. An undertaking may be with or without conditions.
The Law of Equitable Remedies, 2/e$70.00 – $112.00
An assurance. It is commonly used to describe a promise made by either a party or his lawyer to the court to perform a particular task. A party seeking an interlocutory injunction will normally be required to give an undertaking to pay any damages the defendant may incur as a result of the injunction having been wrongfully obtained by the plaintiff.