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EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE

a phrase used when an experiment is performed in the court that will prove a contention.

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ESSOIGN

the term given to the excuse the defendant gives when he fails to appear in court when he has been ordered to.

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EXHUME

the term used when a body needs to be taken from its grave.

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EASEMENT APPURTENANT

This phrase means a proper or a pure easement that passes to new owner by inheritance or purchase.

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EXHAUSTION OF REMEDY

the principle that states that you should do everything possible in order to correct the situation before seeking help from a court.

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EXCESS OF JURISDICTION

This occurs when a case is heard by the right jurisdiction but the judge then exceeds his jurisdiction when giving judgement.

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EXTRAORDINARY MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL

the term for a motion that is not an ordinary one and that does not occur very often.

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EXCESSIVE SENTENCE

the name given to a sentence that is longer than the time this is fixed by a law.

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EXISTING PERSON

This term applies to the foetus before it is born.

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EXISTING LIABILITY

an obligation that is based on a future condition that may or may not result in a debt.

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EXEMPTION FROM SERVICE OF PROCESS

a term where a person will not be served a summons or a subpoenas while he is performing a public duty.

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EXECUTION OF JUDGMENT

This puts into effect a judgement or a decree of a court.

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EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES

This term applies to the questioning and interrogation of a witness where the witness is under oath in court.

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EXECUTORY PROCESS

This occurs when a judgement isn’t out and the process is begun to seize any property of a defendant to pay his debt.

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EQUITABLE RECOUPMENT

the term applied to the fair and reasonable reduction in the damages awarded to a claimant.

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EXTENSION OF PAYMENT

This term is used to lengthen the time given to m et an obligation.

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ENTAILMENT

This term means a change in the rules governing how property will be inherited by the legal descendants.

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EXECUTIVE PARDON

the pardon for a crime that has come from the governor or the president of a state.

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EXCESS OF PRIVILEGE

a statement that goes beyond any limits of privilege and it is violent, intemperate or irrelevant.

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ENDORSEMENT CONDITIONAL

an endorsement where the person endorsing attaches a condition to his liability.

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