Legal Definition and Related Resources of Practise

Meaning of Practise

usage , custom or habit . The form and manner and procedure which regulates the formal steps in an action or other judicial proceeding . The body of recognized rules which govern the manner of conducting and carrying on suits, actions or prosecutions through their various stages, from the commencement to the final disposition of the same.

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English Spanish Translation of Practise

To practise law: Ejercer de Abogado; Ejercer la abogacía

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