The term that states that a decision has been agreed to by both of the parties involved and has been made and sanctioned by a court.
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This term is applied to a pleading that hasn’t met the minimum standards of accuracy or is insufficient.
a term used to describe the actions of a person who self-administers drug that are dangerous and or harmful.
a testimony that is not relevant to the issues for consideration.
the examination of a witness by the party who called him to court.
a word that means to be of unsound mind or to incompetent mentally.
This word means to cross out or remove words from a document.
where the jury sorts through all of the evidence and the facts of a case before they make a decision.
This term means to disallow or to render an unfavourable judgement and to refuse to confirm the nomination or the appointment of an official.
the term that is given to the judgement that is issued by a court and grants a divorce.
the compensation that has not been determined by the court as yet even though the plaintiff was successful.
where a patient is released from a hospital when their illness has been resolved.
the term used when a decision has been made to annul a marriage. The marriage has been deemed to have not taken place.
the name given to a police officer who will detect and apprehend those people who have committed a crime.
This term is given to the result of an accident or an injury that impairs the beauty, symmetry and appearance.
This term is used to characterise the appearance and the look and the attitude of a witness.
These are the expenditures of a business that are allowed to be deducted from income taxes.
the term given to disorder that has arisen from an accident where the symptoms will last for a long period of time.
the actual date when an injury occurred.
This means that twice the money will be awarded from a policy due to certain clauses in the policy.
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