pro forma

adjective

  • General legal English

Definitions of pro forma

  • as a matter of form; a term applied to documents that need to be completed as a formality or to practices that are done as a formality

    The company's projected balance sheet, based solely on analysis and assumptions, is merely a pro forma document to be replaced shortly by the actual balance sheet.

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