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INOPERATIVE WILL

will not operative because the grants and bequests are contrary to the existing laws.

INSURABLE

the term used to describe a thing that can be insured.

INCOMPETENT EVIDENCE

This si evidence that is not permitted because it comes from a witness who is inadequate or defective.

IMPLIED EASEMENT

This term applies to the permission granted to a purchaser to cross another person’s property. See easement.

IN PROPRIA

a Latin term used to describe acting in your own defence or serving as your own attorney.

INCORRUPTIBLE

The inability to be bribed or made to a thing that is against the law or immoral.

INCIDENTAL RELIEF

This means the awarding in a court of equity that goes beyond the requested in the initial complaint.

ISSUE IN FACT

a term given to the matter brought before a court where issues that concern facts of then case that are in controversy,

INSTALLMENT

used to describe the regular and periodic payment of a debt.

INTERCEPTION

phrase that means a wiretap or the intercepting of messages.

INSULT

used to describe an affront or indignity to a person’s self-respect that could warrant the awarding of damages.

INVESTIGATION

A term that means to examine and to look at carefully, discover the factor make a legal inquiry. TLD Example: Police conducted a thorough investigation of the accusations of wrongdoing made against the

IDENTICAL

the word used to describe a thing that is the same as something else in all respects.

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