1) to state something is true in answering a complaint filed in a lawsuit the defendant will admit or deny each allegation in his or her answer filed with the court. If he or she agrees and states that he/she did what he/she is accused of, then the allegation need not be proved in trial.
2) in criminal law, to agree a fact is true or confess guilt.
3) to allow as evidence in a trial, as the judge says: "Exhiibit D, the letter, is admitted..But an admission cannot be confused with a confession of blame or guilt as admission is something to admit some facts.
An unconscionable contract is a contract which is drafted in such a manner that it favors one party and is unfair and harsh on the other party.
A bestow bill is a bill or a proposal of a law which is applied or is presented in front of the concerned authorities.