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Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AA, International Organizations, Regional Organizations, Sexual Behaviour, and Vocation.



A Non Habente Potestatem

Meaning of A Non Habente Potestatem In this law dictionary, the legal term a non habente potestatem is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AN and Scots law.



A Quo Invito Aliquid Exigi Potest

Meaning of A Quo Invito Aliquid Exigi Potest In this law dictionary, the legal term a quo invito aliquid exigi potest is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AQ and Scots law.



Abatement

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Abatement Meaning of Abatement A reduction; decrease; as in abatement of pecuniary legacies; where the funds or assets out of which legacies are payable are not sufficient to pay all the legacies in full, [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Judicial definitions, Roman Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AB, Abatement, Accounting, Accouting, chancery practice, Contracts, Etimology, Financial Law, Formato Extenso, Historical , Law Enforcement, Long Read, Most Popular, Nuisance, pleading, Remedies , Revival, and wills.



ABC test

A test for whether an employer is covered by workman's compensation law: If the persons he employes are (a) free of his control; (b) work away from his place of business; and (c) are customarily engaged in independent trades or professions, there is no coverage....

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB and Unemployment Compensation.



Abortion

Abortion in Law Enforcement Main Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of abortion. Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abortion (You may find abortion at the world legal encyclopedia and the [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Political movements, Political systems, Politics, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abortion, Birth Control, Etimology, Family, Family planning, Law Enforcement, medical jurisprudence, Most Popular, Police, Population dynamics, Sexual Behaviour, and Social Questions.



Abroad

What does Abroad mean in American Law? The definition of Abroad in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: In international law and conflict of laws, "abroad" refers to a place other than that of the forum state. In an [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Nation, and State Territory.



Abstract of Title

A condensed history of the title to land appearing on the public records consisting of a summary of the relevant portion of all conveyances which affect said land or any estate or interest, together with a statement of all liens or liabilities to which the land may be subject. See Geithman v [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, N, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Abstracts, Abstracts of Title Abstract of Title, Property, Real Estate, and US Law .



Absurdity

That which is both physically and morally impossible. That which is irrational; which is obviously opposed to the manifest truth; inconsistent with the plain dictates of common sense; nonsensical; ridiculous.

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, H, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Contracts, HE, and Statutes.



Abuse of discretion

Failure to exercise a sound reasonable discretion; arbitrary, untenable. The term is commonly used to justify an interference by a higher court with exercise of discretionary power by a lower court.

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, H, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, Appeal, Courts, Error, Federal Courts, and HE.



Abuse of Process

A perverted use of legal process; occurs where a party employs legal process for some unlawful object, not for the purpose intended by law. Issuing or launching legal process frivolously, without any cause of action, to gain a collateral advantage. To improperly use legal process or pervert [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, H, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB, HU, Law Enforcement, and Process.



Abutter

The owner of land abutting on a public street, in the bed of which the owner has no title or private right except such as are incident to a lot so situated. 122 N. Y. 1; 130 N. Y. 14. An abutter has two distinct kinds of rights in a highway, those which he enjoys in common with all [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AB and Adjoining Landowners.



Academic freedom

Academic freedom What does Academic freedom mean in American Law? The definition of Academic freedom in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: A term of uncertain scope, generally describing the right of teachers not to be [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Civil Rights, Colleges, Education And Communications, Law, Political rights, Rights and freedoms, Social rights, Teaching, and Universities.



Acceptance

Acceptance of a bill in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of acceptance of a bill.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Officer Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Contracts, Contracts Acceptance, Law Enforcement, and Police.



Accomplice

Accomplice in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of accomplice.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Officer Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading accomplice in A [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Legal Process, Most Popular, and Police.



Accountable

(Explainable), adjective construable deducible definable aescribable determinable explicable inferential interpretable renderable translatable (Responsible), adjective

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AC, Accountants, Accounting, Accouting, and Financial Law.



Accumulatio Actionum

Meaning of Accumulatio Actionum In this law dictionary, the legal term accumulatio actionum is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Accumulated Taxable Income, and Scots law.



Acquisita Et Acquirenda

Meaning of Acquisita et Acquirenda In this law dictionary, the legal term acquisita et acquirenda is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Acquirenda, and Scots law.



Act of bankruptcy

An act which subjects a person to be proceeded against as a bankrupt. The acts of bankruptcy enumerated in the bankruptcy act of 1898, § 3, are (1) concealment, transfer, or removal of property with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors; (2) transfer of property while [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC and Bankruptcy.



Act of God

ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Dictionaries.act of God, act of grace, Act of Union at union.Further ReadingAct of God & Air Passenger's Rights, Dhaka Courier; April 29, 2010 The Act of God Defense: Why...

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, Contracts, and Police.



Act of indemnity

An Act passed to legalise transactions which, when they took place, were illegal, or to exempt particular persons from pecuniary penalties or punishments for acts done in the public service which were breaches of the law ; e.g.j the Indemnity Act, 1920...

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AC, officers, and Public Employees.



Ad damnum clause

That paragraph or portion of a formal complaint in which the plaintiff sets forth the value of his damages, ordinarily in money terms, for which he prays recovery. Modern lawyers are likely to use ad damnum as shorthand for the amount formally requested, e.g., My ad damnum was [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD, Add, Federal Civil Procedure, and pleading.



Ad Levandam Conscientiam

Meaning of Ad Levandam Conscientiam In this law dictionary, the legal term ad levandam conscientiam is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD and Scots law.



Ad Omissa Vel Male Appretiatav

Meaning of Ad Omissa Vel Male Appretiatav In this law dictionary, the legal term ad omissa vel male appretiatav is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD and Scots law.



Ad Sustinenda Anera Matrimonii

Meaning of Ad Sustinenda Anera Matrimonii In this law dictionary, the legal term ad sustinenda anera matrimonii is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD and Scots law.



Ad Valorem

International Trade Meaning and Definition of Activity-Based-Cost (Abc)

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Trade Dictionary, Roman Law, and Synonyms. Tags: AD, Admiralty Law, Import Export Terms, International Trade Definition, Legal Process, and Taxation.



Ad Vitandum Perjurium

Meaning of Ad Vitandum Perjurium In this law dictionary, the legal term ad vitandum perjurium is a kind of the Scots law class. Resources See Also Ob Metum Perjuril Scots law

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD and Scots law.



Add-on clause

A provision originating in corporate mortgage forms but later extended to consumer financing instruments, pursuant to which all property from time to time procured from the same seller becomes security for payment of the entire aggregate debt until it is fully paid off. Hence, e.g., if a person [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: AD and Secured Transactions.



Adjective Law

English Legal System: Adjective LawIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of Adjective Law : The part of the law that deals with practice and procedure in the courts. Compare substantive law.

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: Action and AD.