Legal Definition and Related Resources of Might

Meaning of Might

The past tense of the word may and is equivalent to had power , was possible, or have the physical or moral opportunity to be contingently possible. The term denotes not only possibility but also ability and capability.

Related Entries of Might in the Encyclopedia of Law Project

Browse or run a search for Might in the American Encyclopedia of Law, the Asian Encyclopedia of Law, the European Encyclopedia of Law, the UK Encyclopedia of Law or the Latin American and Spanish Encyclopedia of Law.

Might in Historical Law

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Legal Abbreviations and Acronyms

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Agreement, Circuity Of Action, Constructive Total Loss, Coparcener, Coparcenary, Copyhold, Damages, Dilatory Pleas, Discharge, Distrain, Estate, Exemption Clause, Fair Actual Value, False Imprisonment, Hide Of Land, Informed Consent Doctrine, Invention, Kidnap, Laches, Last Chance, Last Clear Chance, Manslaughter, Market Value, Mental Competency, Natural Law, Penalty, Precatory Trust, Presumptive Heir, Protest, Res Gesteae, Second Distress, Simple Negligence, Specific Performance.


See Also

  • Shelley’S Case






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