Concord Law and Legal Definition

Concord is an agreement, between two persons in which one of the persons possesses a right of action against another, which settles what amends can be made for the breach or wrong. It is an agreement or supposed agreement between the parties in levying a fine of lands in which the deforciant acknowledges that the lands in question are the right of the complainant. The party who levies the fine is called the cognizor and the person to whom it is levied, the cognize.