What is the legal definition of Maturity?
In the legal context, Maturity means (a) The end of the time period agreed upon for a loan or obligation, after which time the loan or obligation is due and must be paid. (b) The attainment of adulthood. A child is said to reach maturity when he or she attains 18 or 21 years of age.
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