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DEFINITION of 'Legal List'

A selection of eligible companies and investments, determined by local state governments, for institutions such as insurance companies and pension plans.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Legal List'

These are generally low risk, low volatile investments that insure the well-being of investors in institutions where safety of principal is of concern.

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