Notoriety Law and Legal Definition
Notoriety means the state of being known and spoken of generally for un-favorable acts. For instance, when a person flews to another country to avoid tax payment, s/he is said to have achieved notoriety. An after acquired notoriety in an object called for by an entry will not aid it. Accordingly, the loss of notoriety in an object called for by an entry, after the entry has been made, ought not to destroy the entry.