Full, finished, not lacking. Done. Fully paid or performed.
Law Dictionary – Alternative Legal Definition
(adjective) – 1. Full; entire; including every item or element of the thing spoken of, without omissions or deficiencies; as, a “complete” copy, record, schedule, or transcript. Yeager v. Wright, 112 Ind. 230, 13 N. B. 707; Anderson v. Ackerman, 88 Ind. 490; Bailey v. Martin, 119 Ind. 103, 21 N. B. 346. 2. Perfect; consummate; not lacking in any element or particular; as in the case of a “complete legal title” to land, which Includes the possession, the right of possession, and the right of property. Dingey v. Paxton, 60 Miss. 1054; Ehle v. Quackenboss, 6 Hill (N. Y.) 537.