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Meaning of 1040post in the United States Tax SystemSee 1040 in the American legal EncyclopediaPopular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law

Categories: A, P, and Tax Law. Tags: AA and PO.


Communiqué in Diplomatic LawA brief public summary statement issued following important bilateral or multilateral meetings. These tend to be bland and full of stock phrases such as full and frank discussions, and the like. Occasionally, getting a...

Categories: B, C, Civil and political rights, International Law, and P. Tags: BI, CO, Crown prerogatives, Diplomacy, Heads of state, PO, and The Crown.

Diplomatic Agent

Diplomatic Agent in Diplomatic LawA generic term denoting a person who carries out regular diplomatic relations of the nation he/she represents in the nation to which he/she has been accredited.ResourcesSee Also

Categories: Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, D, Intellectual Property, International Law, P, Political systems, and Roman Law. Tags: Ambassadors, Consuls Agent, DE, Decolonization, DI, Diplomacy, Election campaigns, Internaional Law, and PO.

Diplomatic Corps

Diplomatic Corps in Diplomatic Law The body of foreign diplomats assembled at a nation's capital. In cities where consuls and consul general are resident, the are collectively known as the consular corps. The dean of both corps is usually that official who had be...

Categories: C, D, International Law, P, and Political systems. Tags: CO, Colonization , DI, Diplomacy, Foregin Policy, Foreign Affairs, Partition , PO, and Political conflicts.

Diplomatic Illness

Diplomatic Illness in Diplomatic LawThe practice of feigning illness to avoid participation in a diplomatic event of one kind or another and at the same time to avoid giving formal offense. Diplomatic deafness is a somewhat related concept whereby olde...

Categories: Colonialism, D, Internal politics, International Law, N, P, and Political doctrines. Tags: Cabinet ministers, Cabinet officers, Colonial governors, DI, Diplomacy, Government ministers, Ministers, NE, Neocolonialism, PO, Political leaders, Politicians, Prime ministers, and Receiver Generals.

Diplomatic Immunity

Diplomatic Immunity in Diplomatic LawExemption of foreign diplomatic agents or representatives from local jurisdiction. Also seeÊDiplomaticÊImmunity.ResourcesSee Also>Diplomacy entries in th...

Categories: Criminal Law, D, and P. Tags: Communist parties, DI, Diplomacy, Diplomatic relations, Diplomatic representation, Internaional Law, International affairs, International Relations, Law, Nationalist parties, PO, Public international law, and Territorial law.

Po Stum Us Alienus

A posthumous stranger ; a posthumous child that would not have been under the testator's power if born in his lifetime. (Roman Law.)...

Categories: P. Tags: PO.

Po. Lo. Suo.

An old abbrevation for the words ponit loco sua, put in his place, used in warrants of attorney. Towns. PL .431. PbACHING. Unlawful taking of game from the land of another. Unlawfully entering land, in nighttime, armed, with intent to destroy game. 1 Russ. Crimes, 469 ; 2 [...]

Categories: Definition and P. Tags: PO.


verbappropriate carry off filchfurtim feras intercipere make off with misappropriate peculate pilfer pirate plunder by stealth purloin rifle run off with snatch steal

Categories: P and Synonyms. Tags: PO.


Pob in the context of Real Property See: Point of Beginning in this legal Dictionary.

Categories: P. Tags: PO.

PoCA List

PoCA list in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of PoCA list.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading PoCA list in A Dictionary of Law [...]

Categories: Criminal Law and P. Tags: PO and Police.

Pocket Card

Concept of Pocket Card in the context of Real Property A short definition of Pocket Card: A card issued by a state showing that an individual is licensed as a real estate broker or salesperson.

Categories: P. Tags: PO.

Pocket Sheriff

In English law. A sheriff appointed by sole authority of the crown, not being one of the three nominated by the judges in the exchequer. 1 Bl. Comm. 342*. ...

Categories: Definition and P. Tags: PO.

Pocket Veto

Meaning of Pocket Veto in Political Science A very basic notion of Pocket Veto related to the United States'election law is provided here: When a bill is dropped because the President does not act on it

Categories: P. Tags: Election System, PO, and Voting.


Hierarchical Display of Podravska Geography > Regions of EU Member States > Regions of Slovenia Meaning of Podravska Overview and more information about Podravska For a more comprehensive understanding of Podravska, see in the general part of the online platform.[rtbs name="xxx-xxx"] [...]

Categories: P. Tags: Geography, PO, Regions of EU Member States, and Regions of Slovenia.


Legal Definition and Related Resources of Poena Meaning of Poena A penalty, the punishment of an offence : generally inflicted for delicts. It is not confined to a money payment, as is multa, a fine, but may extend to the caput of the offender, [...]

Categories: P. Tags: Latin and PO.