That which is added to a thing or act to complete it.
See also amendment
@ supplemental act
That which supplies a deficiency, adds to or completes, or extends that which is already in existence without changing or modifying the original. Act designed to improve an existing statute by adding something thereto without changing the original text
@ supplemental affidavit
An affidavit made in addition to a previous one, in order to supply some deficiency in it
@ supplemental answer
One which was filed for the purpose of correcting, adding to, and explaining an answer already filed.
See supplemental pleading
@ supplemental bill in nature of bill of review
A type of bill employed to invoke jurisdiction of court of chancery to recall one of its adjudications made while some fact existed which, if before court, would have prevented rendition of final decree, and which, without negligence of party presenting it, was not earlier presented to chancellor
@ supplemental claim
A further claim which is filed when further relief is sought after the bringing of a claim.
See supplemental complaint
@ supplemental complaint
Under the Rules of Civil Procedure in the federal and most state courts, is a complaint filed in an action to bring to the notice of the court and the opposite party matters occurring after the commencement of action and which may affect the rights asserted. Fed.R.Civil P. 15(d).
It is distinguished from an "amended complaint," in that an "amended complaint" is one which corrects merely faults and errors of a pleading
@ supplemental pleading
One consisting of facts arising since filing of the original. Supplemental pleadings relate to occurrences, transactions and events which may have happened since the date of the pleadings sought to be supplemented. Fed.R.Civil P. 15(d). McKnight v. McKnight, 25 N.C.App. 246, 212 S.E.2d 902, 904
Compare amendment (Practice and pleading)

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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