a phrase used when a person believes what he has said is true, even though some facts may be missing.
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a term that means applies to a temporary edict from a court such as a temporary injunction.
an agreement that is agreed upon but has not been put into words.
the term given to a patient’s agreement to surgery.
A term used to describe a court when all of the judges are sitting.
The term given to the group of physicians who judge claims for malpractice.
an insurance policy that pays an amount on the death of a person.
This is the term that means not to be qualified or to be disqualified from holding a public office.
the name given to a seller who travels from place to place to sell his wares.
The term where a case is forced out of court because of a technical error or due to a mistake in the pleading.
the term that describes confining a person to prison or jail.
a Latin phrase that means without change and in the same situation as it was.
a tax that is not levied on the value of property but on another consideration.
a phrase that means to be instead of.
where the believability of a witness is questioned that is based on the testimony from other witnesses.
the term that describes a child born to parents who are not married.
This applies to the judgement that is in someway defective and not clear or sufficient.
a plan for retirement where money is put aside in a tax free account.
the term given to a temporary determination or judgement that is made before or during determination.
This term applies to an agreement or a contract that of carried out will be contrary to public interest.
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