Intromission Law and Legal Definition
Intromission refers to transactions of an employee or agent with funds provided by an employer or principal. It loosely deals with the funds of another. Intromission also refers to an intermeddling with the affairs or property of another. It is the possession of another’s property, with or without legal authority. [Givens v. Nelson's Ex'r, 37 Va. 382 (Va. 1839)].