The assertion, claim, declaration, or statement of a party to an action, made in a pleading, setting out what he expects to prove.
See e.g. Fed.R. Civil P. 8.
See also charge
A material allegation in a pleading is one essential to the claim or defense. In ecclesiastical law, the statement of the facts intended to be relied on in support of the contested suit
@ allegation of fact
Generally, narration of transaction by stating details according to their legal effect, and statement of right or liability flowing from certain facts is conclusion of law
@ allegation of faculties
A statement made by the wife of the property of her husband, in order to obtain alimony.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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