a Latin phrase for the allegation by a plaintiff that the defendant has assumed an obligation and has not paid.
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a term that means a lot of people from different races are all brought together without prejudices and discriminations.
the term that is given to the defence that is based only on a case’s merits and calls for a verdict in favour of the defendant.
the term that means to have a monetary interest in the continuing life of another person.
a situation that occurs when an attorney tries to contact a person who has had an accident. See ambulance chasing.
This term is applied to acts that bear a stamp of ill will, vindictiveness, spite etc.
then name given to the interrupting of a statute until it runs out.
the term that is used when a person is confined to a hospital against your will.
a term applied to the failure to respect the beliefs of a person such as bigotry and narrow-mindedness..
an injury sever in nature that it is impossible to calculate the extent by awarding money.
the insurance policy for life, accident or disability for a person who is a member of a fraternal organisation.
This si the name given to the principles and rules that need to be considered in suits that are between people from different countries.
the term used when evidence is brought into a trial.
a term that describes a property that is given over or entrusted to another person to take of.
This term means the unfaithfulness on the part of a spouse.
the name that is given to a person who inadvertently crosses onto another person’s property.
the term given to an order of court during the progress of a case.
This term applies to the assumption of 2 parties when a new contract is made where the contents differs from other contracts.
1. To come forth, put out or put into circulation. 2. A point of law with controversy. 3. The matter to be decided in court. 4. The stocks and bonds that are offered for sale. 5. A person’s descendents.
This term applies to the document stating specific conditions and terms of a trust.
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