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To give or dispose of by will. Willful departure with intent to remain away. Permission or authorization to do something.
Leave of court is permission from the judge to take some action in a lawsuit that requires an absence or delay. An attorney might request a leave of court in order to file an amended Pleading, a formal declaration of a claim, or a defense.