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Entries Categorized: E (3057)

 

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Defense Lawyer

Translate Defense Lawyer from English to SpanishTranslation of Defense Lawyer, with examples. More about free online translation into Spanish of Abogado defensor and other legal terms is available here.Abogado defensor

Categories: D and E. Tags: DE, EV, and Legal Translation .



Demarché

Demarché in Diplomatic LawAn approach, a making of representations. Still very common term used by diplomats to indicate the official raising of a matter with host country officials, often accompanied by a specific request for some type of action or decision i...

Categories: C, D, E, International Law, and Political doctrines. Tags: Ballots, CO, Communism, Constituencies, DE, Diplomacy, EL, Election returns, Elections, Electoral issues, Electorate, General elections, Local elections, Local government electoral arrangements, Parliamentary candidates, Parliamentary elections, Proportional representation, Registration of electors, Secret ballots, Suffrage, and Suffragettes.



E

Law Fr. A contraction of et (and) . Arisions e homicides. Artie, sup. Chart, c. 17. E volums he; and we will that. Conf. Cart. 25 Edw. I. In Latin phrases. A preposition meaning .from or out of. It is used only before a consonant; ex being used with the [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



E Long Ata

In practice. The return made by the sheriff to a writ of replevin, when the goods have been removed to places unknown to him. See, for the form of this return, Watson, Sheriffs, Append, c. 18, § 3, p. 454; 3 Bl. Comm. 148. On this return, the plaintiff is entitled to a capias in [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EL.



E'e

Concept of "E'e" Traditional meaning of e'e in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) Abb. for estre, to be; or este, been. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EE and French.



E-APEC Strategy

E-APEC strategy in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, e-apec strategy is: a framework aimed at creating a digital society adopted in 2001 at the Shanghai Economic Leaders' Meeting. The entries on trade policy are here. Its three pillars are: (a) to create an environment for strengthening [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, EA, and Trade Policy.



E-beam

E-beam in the National Security Context A definition and brief description of E-beam in relation to national security is as follows:An irradiation method that can be used to decontaminate mail.

Categories: E. Tags: EB and National Security.



E-bomb

E-bomb in the National Security Context A definition and brief description of E-bomb in relation to national security is as follows:An e-bomb, or electronic bomb, is a non-explosive artillery shell or missile that sends out an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) of enormous power, capable of [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EB and National Security.



E-Conveyancing

English Legal System: E-ConveyancingIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of E-Conveyancing : See electronic conveyancing.

Categories: E. Tags: EC.



E-IAP

E-IAP in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, a definition of this issue is as follows: the electronic version of the individual action plans prepared periodically by APEC members.[1] E-IAPin the wold Encyclopedia For an introductory overview on international trade policy, see this entry. [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, EI, and Trade Policy.



E-Learning

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: E-Learning in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term e-learning into Spanish: e-learning (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: E and Public administration. Tags: EL and Training.



E.C. Regulation 44/2001

E.C. Regulation 44/2001 in Maritime Law Note: There is more information on maritime/admiralty law here.The following is a definition of E.C. Regulation 44/2001, produced by Tetley, in the context of admiralty law: The Regulation of the Council of the European Union on Jurisdiction and the [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Admiralty Law and EC.



E.r.a.

E.r.a. Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of E.r.a. (You may find e.r.a. at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1949 in baseball as initialism (acronym) for earned run average. From 1971 in U.S. politics for Equal Rights Amendment. Grammar This term is a noun. [...]

Categories: E. Tags: ER, Etimology, and Social Terms.



Ea

(Saxon). The water or river; also the mouth of a river on the shore between high and low water mark. ...

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Ea Intentione

(Law Lat.) With that intent. Held not to make a condition, but a confidence and trust. Dyer, 138b. ...

Categories: A and E. Tags: EA and Latin.



Eac

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

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



EAEC

EAEC in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, eaec is: East Asia Economic Caucus. The entries on trade policy are here. A consultative group proposed in the early 1990s by Malaysia which, if implemented, would consist of East Asian countries. See also ASEAN+3.[1] EAECin the wold Encyclopedia [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, Community loan, EA, EU finance, EU financial instrument, EU financing, European Communities, European construction, European treaties, European Union, European Union law, and Trade Policy.



Eager

adjectiveagressive alacritous ambitious anxious appetent ardent aspiring assiduous athirst avid avidus bent upon covetous craving desirous diligent

Categories: E and Synonyms. Tags: EA.



EAGGF

Concept of EAGGF An introductory definition of eaggf in relation to the European Union law and policies is available here: European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund, more often known by its French initials, FEOGa (see more in the European legal encyclopedia). (See Common Agricultural [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, E, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and Roman Law. Tags: EA, EU finance, EU financial instrument, EU financing, European Union, Fisheries policy, Fund (EU), and Policy on agricultural structures.



EAGGF Guarantee Section

Hierarchical Display of EAGGF Guarantee Section European Union > EU finance > EU financing > EU financial instrument > Fund (EU) > EAGGFEuropean Union > EU finance > EU financing > EU financial instrument > Trade policy > Market stabilisationEuropean Union > EU finance > EU financing > [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EA, EAGGF, EU expenditure, EU finance, EU financial instrument, EU financing, European Union, Export financing, Export policy, Fund (EU), Operational expenditure (EU), Prices, and Trade Policy.



EAGGF Guidance Section

Hierarchical Display of EAGGF Guidance Section European Union > EU finance > EU financing > EU financial instrument > Fund (EU) > Structural FundsEuropean Union > EU finance > EU financing > EU financial instrument > Policy on agricultural structuresEuropean Union > EU finance > EU [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Agricultural production policy, EA, EU finance, EU financial instrument, EU financing, European Union, Fund (EU), and Structural Funds.



Eagle

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Eagle Meaning of Eagle A gold coin of the United States of the value of ten dollars. Browse You might be interested in these references tools: ResourceDescription Eagle in the [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and E. Tags: EA and money.



EALAF

EALAF in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, ealaf is: East Asia-Latin America Forum. Now replaced by the Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation.[1] EALAFin the wold Encyclopedia For an introductory overview on international trade policy, see this entry. Resources Notes and [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, EA, and Trade Policy.



Ealderman

(Saxon). A Saxon title of honor. It was a mark of honor very widely applicable, the ealdermen being of various ranks. It is the same as alderman (q. v.) ...

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Ealdorman

An elder. An official who, along with the sheriff and the bishop, was one of the three chief officers of each county...

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Earl

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Earl Meaning of Earl In English law. A title of noblHty next below a marquis, and above a viscount. Earls were anciently called eomites, because they were wont comitari regent, to wait upon the king for [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Earl Marshal

An officer who formerly was of great repute in England. He held the court of chivalry alone as a court of honor, and, in connection with the lord high constable, as a court having criminal jurisdiction. 3 Bl. Comm. 68; 4 Bl. Comm. 467. The duties of the office now are restricted to the [...]

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Earldom

The dignity or jurisdiction of an earl. The dignity only remains now, as the jurisdiction has been given over to the sheriff. 1 Bl. Comm. 339. ...

Categories: E. Tags: EA.



Early Administrative Hearing

Early Administrative Hearing in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of Early Administrative Hearing. This legal term is related to the United Kingom and/or the English Legal [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and E. Tags: EA and United Kingdom .



Early Complaint

Early complaint in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of early complaint.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Policeman Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading early complaint in [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and E. Tags: EA and Law Enforcement.



Early First Hearing

Early First Hearing in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of Early First Hearing. This legal term is related to the United Kingom and/or the English Legal System.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and E. Tags: EA and United Kingdom .



Early Harvest

Early harvest in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, early harvest is: agreement among negotiating partners that some of their targets could or should be reached and implemented without waiting for the formal end to the negotiations. The Doha Ministerial Declaration, for example, states [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, EA, and Trade Policy.



Early Retirement

Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Early Retirement in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term early retirement into Spanish: jubilación anticipada (English to Spanish translation) . More about legal dictionary from english to spanish online. Related to the Legal Thesaurus

Categories: E and Public administration. Tags: Aged, EA, Employment, Employment And Working Conditions, Occupational pension scheme, Social Protection, and Termination of employment.



Early Voluntary Sectoral Liberalization

Early Voluntary Sectoral Liberalization in Global Commerce Policy In this regard, early voluntary sectoral liberalization is: EVSL. The entries on trade policy are here. A program for tariff liberalization initiated at the November 1996 APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting. The entries on trade [...]

Categories: E. Tags: Commerce Policy, EA, and Trade Policy.



Early Withdrawal Penalty

United States Tax Concept of Early Withdrawal Penalty A penalty you pay for liquidating a certificate of deposit or time deposit account before its maturity date. You report your interest income in full but you are allowed to take an adjustment to your gross income for the penalty.

Categories: E and Tax Law. Tags: EA and US Tax Law.



Earn

verbachieve achieve by continued effort acquire by service attain be deserving be entitled to be successful be worthy clear deserve gain gain by labor gain by service get...

Categories: E and Synonyms. Tags: EA.



Earned Income

Earned Income Definition (in the Accounting Vocabulary)The The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants offers the following definition of Earned Income in a way that is easy for anybody to understand: Wages, salaries, professional fees, and other amounts received as compensation [...]

Categories: E and Tax Law. Tags: Accounting, Accouting, EA, Financial Law, and US Tax Law.



Earned Income Credit

United States Tax Concept of Earned Income Credit (EIC) A refundable credit for low-income taxpayers with earned income. Low-income workers can file a tax return to get an earned income credit, even if no income tax was withheld from the worker's pay.

Categories: E and Tax Law. Tags: EA and US Tax Law.



Earning

Definition of Earning In relation to social issues, a meaning of earning is provided here: activities people engage in to acquire resources. Also, income after taxes is deducted.

Categories: E. Tags: EA and Social Terms.



Earnings Per Share (Eps)

EPS, as it is called, is a company's profit divided by its number of outstanding shares. If a company earned $2 million in one year had 2 million shares of stock outstanding, its EPS would be $1 per share. The company often uses a weighted average of shares outstanding over the reporting term....

Categories: E and Finance Law. Tags: EA and Financial Meaning.