the term used to describe an ordinary jury as different from a grand jury or a coroner’s jury.
a will that contains the wills of 2 or more people and the disposing of jointly owned property.
the term that is given to killing a person out of necessity, because of his duties and without blame.
the used for the decision of a court that is based on the facts that have been presented.
a suit that is brought about by 2 or more people who are involved in a single issue.
This term is used to describe the ordinary and common jury that will try most civil and criminal cases.
A phrase that describes the people against who a judgement of a court will have no effect as they will not be able to pay a debt or to meet the demands of a judgement.
he name given to a matter that is the matter that is brought before a judge who is exercising his judicial rites.
This term is used when the decision of the court is set aside and a new trial is ordered.
This applies to a suit that is brought or is defended by 2 or more parties.
This term applies where land or property is owned by 2 or more people.
a Latin phrase for rights in a thing.
the term given to a summons to the defendant who has lost his case that orders him to explain why then debt shouldn’t be turned over to the plaintiff.
the decision of the court after it has heard the controversial issues that are involved.
the name given to a summons where the defendants name is unknown. The real name is later substituted.
These are the bonds paying unusually high interest rates due to the un certainty of the soundness of the issuer.
the name of the federal department that is headed by the attorney general.
The expression that relates to a trial by jury of a person’s equals.
the term used when a decision is rendered as long as one of the parties carries out certain actions.
the name that is given to the title of a property you have gotten from the owner and it may seem to be perfect but it is not absolute or perfect. See colour of title.
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