Category: Q

  • Quality Control of Industrial Products

    Hierarchical Display of Quality control of industrial products Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Industrial manufacturingProduction, Technology And Research > Research and intellectual property > Research > Research method > Qualitative […]

  • Question Time

    Hierarchical Display of Question time Politics > Parliamentary proceedings > Parliamentary procedure > Parliamentary sittingPolitics > Parliament > Powers of parliament > Parliamentary scrutiny > Parliamentary question > Oral question Meaning of Question time Overview and more information […]

  • Quality Control of Agricultural Products

    Hierarchical Display of Quality control of agricultural products Agriculture, Forestry And Fisheries > Agricultural policy > Agricultural policyTrade > Consumption > Consumer > Consumer protection > Product qualityProduction, Technology And Research > Technology and technical […]

  • Quality Label

    Hierarchical Display of Quality label Trade > Marketing > Marketing Meaning of Quality label Overview and more information about Quality label For a more comprehensive understanding of Quality label, see in the general part of the online platform.[rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] Resources Translation […]

  • Quality Control Circle

    Hierarchical Display of Quality control circle Business And Competition > Management > Management techniquesTrade > Consumption > Consumer > Consumer protection > Product qualityBusiness And Competition > Accounting > Management accounting > Cost analysis > Cost-effectiveness analysis […]

  • Qualified Majority

    Hierarchical Display of Qualified majority Politics > Electoral procedure and voting > Majority voting Meaning of Qualified majority Overview and more information about Qualified majority For a more comprehensive understanding of Qualified majority, see in the general part of the online […]

  • Quit Claim

    A deed that conveys or releases the interest or title of the grantor in and to the property described in the deed as opposed to conveying the property itself. It is a deed which purports to convey only such title or interest as the grantor has. See Moelle v Sherwood, 148 U.S. 21, 13 S.Ct.…

  • Quadruplication

    In pleading. Formerly this word was used instead of surrebutter. 1 Brown, Civ. Law, 469, note. …

  • Que

    Concept of “Que” Traditional meaning of que in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) That; who; which; than. Que est le mesme: Quoe est eadem (see this last concept in this legal reference), Que estate (which estate): […]

  • Que

    Concept of “Que” Traditional meaning of que in the French law history (with some legal use in England and the United States in the XIX Century) [1]: (in French) That; who; which; than. Que est le mesme: Quoe est eadem (see this last concept in this legal reference), Que estate (which estate): […]

  • Question

    Legal Definition and Related Resources of Question Meaning of Question An interrogatory, an inquiry. A point at issue between parties ; a subject of investigation or debate. Question Alternative […]

  • Quay

    A wharf at which to load or land goods. Sometimes spelled key. In its enlarged sense, the word quay means the whole space between the first row of houses of a city and the sea or river. 5 La. 152, 215. So much of the quay as is requisite for the public use of […]

  • Q.V.

    Concept of Q.V. Traditional meaning of q.v. [1]: (Quod vide), I. Which see; a reference to another title in a book. Resources Notes and References Based on A Concise Law Dictionary of Words, Phrases and Maxims, “Q.V.”, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1911, United States. This term […]

  • Quoad Hoc

    (Lat. as to this; with respect to this). A term frequently used to signify, as to the thing named, the law is so and so. …

  • Questor Or Quaestor

    Questor or Quaestor