INSPECTION, comm. law. The examination of certain articles made by law
subject to such examination, so that they may be declared fit for commerce.
The decision of the inspectors is not final; the object' of the law is to
protect the community from fraud, and to preserve the character of the
merchandise abroad. 8 Cowen, R. 45. See 1 John. 205; 13 John. R. 331; 2
Caines, R. 312; 3 Caines, R. 207.
INSPECTION, practice. Examination. 2. The inspection of all public records
is free to all persons who have an interest in them, upon payment of the
usual fees. 7 Mod. 129; 1 Str. 304; 2 Str. 260, 954, 1005. But it seems a
mere stranger who has no such interest, has no right, at common law. 8 T. R.
390. Vide Trial by inspection.
, automatic electronic navigation
, extensive study
, eyeball inspection
, fact distribution
, mental labor
, nonlinear calibrations
, ocular inspection
, output measurement
, quality control
, record keeping
, supersonic flow detection
, the eye
, visual examination
, wide reading