Uncore Prist Law and Legal Definition

Uncore prist is a French usage which means ‘still ready’. It is a species of plea or replication by which a party alleges that s/he is still ready to pay or perform all that is justly demanded of him/her. When uncore prist is in conjunction with the phrase ‘tout temps prist’, it means that the party has always been and still is ready.

In cases of legacy and bond given for the performance of a will, the plea of uncore prist, without tender, is deemed a good plea. [Case of Estate of Schaeffer, 9 Serg. & Rawle 263, 266 (Pa. 1823)].