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Abalienate

Grammar This term is a verb. Etimology of Abalienate (You may find abalienate at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). in civil law, "transfer title of ownership to another," 1550s, from Latin abalienatus, past participle of abalienare "to remove, [...]

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Abalienation

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abalienation (You may find abalienation at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). act of transferring title of ownership, 1650s, from Latin abalienationem (nominative abalienatio), in law, "transfer of property, [...]

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Abandonment

Adoption Legal Definition of Abandonment Meaning of Abandonment Desertion of a child by a parent or adult primary caregiver with no provisions for continued childcare nor with any apparent intention to return to resume caregiving.Learn more [...]

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Abatement

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Abatement Meaning of Abatement A reduction; decrease; as in abatement of pecuniary legacies; where the funds or assets out of which legacies are payable are not sufficient to pay all the legacies in full, [...]

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Abeyance

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abeyance (You may find abeyance at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1520s, "state of expectation," from Anglo-French abeiance "suspension," also "expectation (especially in a lawsuit)," [...]

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Abjure

Grammar This term is a verb. Etimology of Abjure (You may find abjure at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). early 15c., "renounce on oath, repudiate, forswear," originally especially "renounce or recant (a heresy) on oath," from Middle French [...]

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Abolition

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abolition (You may find abolition at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1520s, "act of abolishing; state of being abolished," from Middle French abolition or directly from Latin abolitionem (nominative abolitio) [...]

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Abolitionist

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abolitionist (You may find abolitionist at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). person who favors doing away with some law, custom, or institution, 1792, originally in reference to the trans-Atlantic slave trade, from [...]

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Abortion

Abortion in Law Enforcement Main Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of abortion. Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Abortion (You may find abortion at the world legal encyclopedia and the [...]

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Abscond

Grammar This term is a verb. Etimology of Abscond (You may find abscond at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). depart suddenly and secretly, especially to escape debt or the law, 1560s, from Middle French abscondre "to hide" and directly from Latin [...]

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Absent

What does Absent mean in American Law? The definition of Absent in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: As an adjective, means "away" or "not present." In some contexts, it can imply nonexistence, e.g., [...]

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Absolutist

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Absolutist (You may find absolutist at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). 1830 in political science, "advocate of despotism" (Thompson), from absolute + -ist on model of French absolutiste (by 1820). From 1835 [...]

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Academe

Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Academe (You may find Academe at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms). The Academy, as a place where arts and sciences were taught, 1580s, from phrase groves of Academe (translating Horace's silvas Academi), the name of [...]

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Academic

What does Academic mean in American Law? The definition of Academic in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: When used to describe a school, or a course of study at one, the word is used to distinguish the program from a [...]

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Academy

What does Academy mean in American Law? The definition of Academy in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is: A word used with some frequency in the name of a school (e.g., "Deerfield Academy"), though only rarely [...]

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Accessory

Accessory in Law Enforcement Main Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of accessory. Grammar This term is a noun. Etimology of Accessory (You may find accessory at the world legal encyclopedia and the [...]

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Acquittal

Acquittal in the law of the United States Acquittal: Related U.S. Resources Acquittal in the American Law Encyclopedia Criminal Judicial Process Keywords in the U.S. Legal Corpus Criminal Process Topics in the United States Legal Dictionary See Also Conviction (in the U.S. Legal [...]

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