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BANK A DEAL

the term used when you lend money to a person with who you have a contract and makes the borrower into a creditor.

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BOARD OF ARBITRATION

a court like body that is authorised to act in an impartial manner under all of the rules of arbitration.

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BILLY

This term refers to a club or a bludgeon. Many police officers carry a billy.

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BOOKMAKER

a professional betting man who takes bets from many people on different sporting events and then distributes money to the winners.

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BELONGINGS

This term applies to all personal property including land and any other type of property.

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BLACKMAIL

term for extortion and it is a criminal act where a person will attempt to get money from another person by threats.

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BELLIGERENT RIGHTS

These are the rights that are exercised during the conduct of a war.

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BURDEN OF EVIDENCE

the term that applies to the responsibility of a party starting a lawsuit to produce the evidence that will prove the case.

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BONDED INDEBTEDNESS

a debt that is secured by an issued bond with the monies received to be used for corporate purposes.

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

This term applies to a conference that is held in secret.

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BETROTHAL

a term meaning to promise to marry or an engagement.

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BOTTOM HOLE CONTRACT

an agreement where the owners contract to pay the well drillers a set some of money when they reach a certain depth.

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BLUE CHIPS

a term referring to high class and Grade-A securities.

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BYLAWS

These are the rules and regulations that are adopted by corporations benefit societies and associations that govern all ongoing activities.

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BUSINESS EXPENSE

These are the various legitimate expenses that are incurred during conducting a business enterprise.

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BAD FAITH CAUSE OF ACTION

a law suit that is based on an assumption that the opposing parties conduct showed reckless disregard of the suitor’s right and was unreasonable.

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BANKRUPTCY COURT

the court that has jurisdiction over bankruptcy proceedings.

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BUILDING RESTRICTION

These are the regulations that outline the shape, form and manner how you can build.

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BEGGING THE QUESTION

This term applies to the argument that will assume that the question that is at issue has already been proved.

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BICAMERAL

This terms means having 2 legislative houses such as a senate and a house of representatives that is different to a government with one legislative parliament.

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