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Borders

Translate Borders from English to SpanishTranslation of Borders, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Fronteras and other legal terms is available here.Fronteras Confines L&i...

Categories: B and C. Tags: BO, CA, and Legal Translation .



Box

Translate Box from English to Spanish Translation of Box, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Casilla and other legal terms is available here. Casilla Legal English Translation Browse You might be interested in these references tools: [...]

Categories: B and C. Tags: BO, CA, Commerce Policy, Legal Translation , and Trade Policy.



Briefing

Translate Briefing from English to SpanishTranslation of Briefing, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Dar ordenes o instrucciones and other legal terms is available here.Dar ordenes o inst...

Categories: B and C. Tags: BR, CH, and Legal Translation .



C A. V.

An abbreviation for curia advisari vult (q. v.) ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



C Horizon

Concept of C Horizon in the context of Real Property A short definition of C Horizon: The horizon (layer) of the Earth below the A and B horizons. Called the substratum, it is usually not affected by rain, change of temperature, or other surface conditions.

Categories: C. Tags: CH.



C I. F.

(Cost, insurance and freight.) An expression which indicates that the price fixed covers the cost of the goods and insurance and freight on them to the place of destination. Under such a contract, the seller must ship the goods, arrange the contract of affreightment to the place of [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CI.



C T. A.

Cum testamento annexo. A species of administration (g. v.) ...

Categories: C. Tags: CT.



C’est Ascavoir

(Law Fr.) That is to say, or to wit. Generally written as one word, ceataseavoir, cestaecavoire. Another form was cest asaver, and in one word, cestaeaver. et non pas I'echafaud. It is the crime which causes the shame, and 'not the scaffold, ...

Categories: C. Tags: CE.



C-band

C-band in the National Security Context A definition and brief description of C-band in relation to national security is as follows:Multiple channels with horizontal and vertical uplinks and downlinks. Downlinks: 3.720 4.180 GHz; Uplinks: 5.945 6.405 GHz.

Categories: C. Tags: CB and National Security.



C. O. D.

Collect on delivery.- The abbreviation has acquired an established meaning (39 111. 312), but judicial notice will not be taken thereof (55 N. Y. 200). ...

Categories: C. Tags: CO.



C.a.e.

Concept of C.A.E.(certified Assessment Evaluator) in the context of Real Property A short definition of C.a.e.(certified Assessment Evaluator): An assessor who, through the completion of required courses, experience, and examination, has earned this designation by the International Association [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



C.A.V.

English Legal System: C.A.V.In the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of C.A.V. : (cur. adv. vult, c.a.v.) (Latin: curia advisari vult, 'the court wishes to consider the matter') An abbreviation in law reports indicating that the [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



C.i.f.

Abbreviation for cost, insurance, freight. Under a c.i.f. contract, the seller of goods has firstly to ship at the port of shipment goods of the description contained in the contract; secondly, to procure a contract of affreightment, under which the goods will be delivered at the destination [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CI.



C.I.F. Contract

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

Categories: C and Criminal Law. Tags: CI and Law Enforcement.



C.M.R.

C.M.R. in Maritime Law Note: There is more information on maritime/admiralty law here.The following is a definition of C.M.R., produced by Tetley, in the context of admiralty law: [Translation of C.M.R. in French: "Convention relative au contrat de transport international des [...]

Categories: C. Tags: Admiralty Law and CM.



C.o.d.

An abbreviation for cash on delivery. These letters signify the obligation of a carrier to the consignor to collect payment for goods from the consignee prior to delivery. Thus, delivery and payment are to occur at the same time. See Daughertv v Fowler, 44 Kan. 628, 25 P. 40. A c.o.d. tract is [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CO.



C08a Juzgada

In Spanish law. A cause or matter adjudged (rea adjtidioata). White, New Recop. bk. 3, tit. 8, note. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



C0nqui8iti0

In feudal and old English law. Acquisition. Spelman, voc. Conquestus; 2 Bl. Comm. 242. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CN.



Ca

In large case an abbreviation indicating court of appeal. In small case, an abbreviation of the Latin word, circa, which means about. Generally used with dates.

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



CAB

Legal Definition and Related Resources of C.A.B. Meaning of C.A.B. An abbreviation for civil aeronautics board . Related Entries of C.A.B. in the Encyclopedia of Law Project Browse or run a search for [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Etimology.



Cabal

A small association for the purpose of intrigue; an intrigue. It is said that five persons during the reign of Charles II named Clifford, Ashley, Buckingham, Arlington and Lauderdale, conspired to restore Popery and the word cabal represents the initials of these five names.

Categories: C and Synonyms. Tags: CA.



Caballaria

A feudal tenure, the holder being obligated to furnish the lord a fully equipped horseman when needed....

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caballería

In Spanish law of real property a measure of land. With respect to Mexican land grants, it has been held that a caballería equals 105.75 acres. Ainsa v United States, 161 U.S. 219, 40 L.Ed. 677, 16 S. Ct. 544.

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caballeria

In Spanish law. A portion of spoils taken or lands conquered in a war, granted to a horse soldier. Diet. Span. Acad.; 12 Pet. (U.S.) 444, note. A quantity of land, varying in extent in different provinces. In those parts of the United States which formerly belonged to Spain, it is a lot [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, Definition, and Roman Law. Tags: CA and Spanish.



Caballero

(Spanish; from Latin eaballus, a horse). In Spanish law. A knight. So called on account of its being more honorable to go on horseback (a caballo) than on any other beast. White, New Recop. bk 1, tit. 5, c. 3, § 3; Id. bk. 1, tit. 5, c. 1; Id. bk. 4, tit. 10, c. 1, § 6. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cabaret

A public place where food, alcoholic beverages, and entertainment, especially musical, are provided together, i.e., a night club with a classier name. Like all assertedly pleasurable things of dubious morality (e.g., tobacco, liquor, gambling), sometimes subject to special taxation, a [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cabbage

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

Categories: C and Criminal Law. Tags: CA and Police.



Cabei

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Cabei in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term cabei into Spanish: BCIE (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: C, Economy, Electoral systems, Environmental Law, and Public administration. Tags: CA, International Organizations, and Regional Organizations.



Cabinet

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Cabinet Meaning of Cabinet The inner council of ministers collectively responsible for the policy of the government . In the government of the United States of America, the cabinet consists of the heads [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, C, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: CA, Etimology, Political Science, and United Kingdom .



Cabinet Council

A private and confidential assembly of the most considerable ministers of state, to concert measures for the administration of public affairs; first established by Charles I. Wharton. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cabinet Work

Concept of Cabinet Work in the context of Real Property A short definition of Cabinet Work: Any interior carpentry which will be seen and must be finished with skill and care. One who does this work is called a cabinet maker or, more commonly, a finish carpenter.

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cable

A large and strong rope or chain. Wideman v Stale, 110 So.2d298, 269 Ala. 49. An insulated bundle of wires generally located under water or land by which telephone or telegraph communications are transmitted. Craig v Southern BelI Tel. & Tel. Co., 45 So.2d 732, 208 Miss. 881. With respect to [...]

Categories: C and Finance Law. Tags: CA and Finance Definition.



Cable Transport

Hierarchical Display of Cable transport Transport > Organisation of transport > Mode of transport Meaning of Cable transport Overview and more information about Cable transport For a more comprehensive understanding of Cable transport, see in the general part of the online platform.[rtbs [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA, Mode of transport, Organisation of transport, and Transport.



Cablis

Concept of "Cablish, Cablis" Traditional meaning of cablish, cablis in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) Brush-wood; wind-fallen boughs. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of [...]

Categories: A and C. Tags: CA and French.



Cablish

In forest law. Brush-wood. According to Spelman, windfallen wood. Spelman, voc. Cablicia. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cac

English Legal System: CacIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of Cac : (Central Arbitration Committee, CAC) A statutory body, established under the Employment Protection Act 1975 (consolidated into the Trade Union and Labour Relations [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caceu

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Caceu in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term caceu into Spanish: UAEAC (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: C, Economy, Electoral systems, Environmental Law, and Public administration. Tags: CA, International Organizations, and Regional Organizations.



Cacm

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Cacm in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term cacm into Spanish: MCCA (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: C, Economy, Electoral systems, Environmental Law, and Public administration. Tags: CA, International Organizations, and Regional Organizations.



CACM Countries

Hierarchical Display of CACM countries Geography > Economic geographyInternational Organisations > Extra-European organisations > Latin American organisation > Central American Integration System > Central American Common Market Meaning of CACM countries Overview and more information about [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA, Central American Integration System, Economic geography, Extra-European organisations, Geography, International Organisations, and Latin American organisation.



Cad

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Cad (You may find cad at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1730, shortening of cadet (q.v.); originally used of servants, then (1831) of town boys by students at British universities and public schools (though at [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Etimology.



Cad El I V. Palmer

((1833), 1 Clark & Finelly, 372). Held, that a limitation by way of executory devise, which is not to take effect until alter the determination of a life or lives in being, and a term of twentyone years (as a term in gross and without reference to the infancy of any person), is a valid [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cad It Quaestio

The matter admits of no further argument. Caeteris paribus. Other things being equal...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cadastral

Grammar This term is an adjetive. Etimology of Cadastral (You may find cadastral at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1858, from French cadastral, from cadastre "register of the survey of lands" (16c.), from Old Italian catastico, from Late Greek [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Etimology.



Cadastre

In Spanish law. The official statement of the quantity and value of real property in any district, made for the purpose of justly apportioning the taxes payable on such property. 12 Pet. (U.S.) 428, note; 3 Am. St. Papers, 679. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cadaveric Spasm

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

Categories: C and Criminal Law. Tags: CA and Police.



Cadena

A Spanish term for a punishment roughly equivalent to imprisonment at hard labor, but sometimes used to refer to mere imprisonment....

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Cadere

(Lat.) To fall; to fail; to end; to terminate. The word was generally used to denote the termination or failure of a writ, action, complaint, or attempt; as, cadit actio, the action fails, cadit assisa, the assise abates, eadere causa, or a cawsa, to lose a cause. Abate will translate [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Latin.



Cadit

What does Cadit mean in American Law? The definition of Cadit in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: A form of the verb "cadere" which describes the failure of whatever is conjoined to it, e.g., cadit actio means [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caduca

(Lat. cadere, to fall). In civil law. An inheritance; an escheat; everything which falls to the legal heir by descent. By some writers, bona eaduoa are said to be tiiose to which no heir succeeds, equivalent to escheats. Du Cange. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caducus

Concept of "Caducus" Traditional meaning of caducus in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) Falling. Caduca: escheats. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Latin.



Caedua

(Lat. from caedere, to cut). In the civil and old common law. Kept for cutting; intended or used to be cut. A term applied to wood. Silva caedua est quae in hoe habetur ut caederetur, sylva caedua is that kind of wood which is kept for the purpose of being cut. Dig. 50. 16. 30. According [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caetera Desunt

Concept of "Caetera Desunt" Traditional meaning of caetera desunt in English (with some legal use of this latin concept in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in Latin) Other things [the rest] are wanting. Caeteris paribus: other things equal. Caeteris tacentibus: the [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Latin.



Caeteris Tacentibus

(Lat.) The others being silent; the other judges expressing no opinion. Comb. 186. A phrase in the old reports. ...

Categories: C. Tags: CA.



Caeterorum

(Lat.) Of the rest. Administration granted as to the residue of an estate, which cannot be administered under the limited power already granted. 1 Williams, Ex'rs, 357; 2 Hagg. Ecc. 62; 4 Hagg. Ecc. 382, 386; 4 Man. & G. 398; 1 Curt. Ecc. 286. It differs from administration de bonis [...]

Categories: C. Tags: CA and Latin.