a term applied to a person who is unrestrained morally and sexually.
term that means a full and claim-free title.
the name that is given to the paralegal personnel and the people who assist the lawyers in their work.
the term given to the code that is set up by the legal professionals that details their moral and professional duties to clients.
a Latin phrase that means the unwritten or the common law.
a legacy that grants a bequest on the condition that certain things are carried out.
a Latin phrase for the law of the place where the wrong was committed.
The term that describes the obligation or duty that is enforced by a court of law, it can be a debt and the legal responsibility to carry out what the law asks.
TLD Example: Going to the assistance of the victim of a motor vehicle accident on a busy highway might be the morally correct thing to do, but the law normally does not impose a legal obligation on the average person to do so.
the term used to describe the person who advocates for freedom related to social thought and conduct.
a test designed to test the ability of a person to read and write.
the term given to the learning establishment where people study to be attorneys.
the term given to the funds that the insurance company set aside to pay any claims made against them.
the term applied to the authority and power that is restricted to certain duties and functions.
the term applied to the doctrine that states that when a point of law is decided by a court, then the decision is binding in all subsequent stages of the case.
the name given to the rules that have been approved and published by the American Bar Association.
the term applied to a manuscript that is published and the rights belong to the author.
These are the terms that will govern the size of a verdict or award.
the name of a federal law that affords rights to members of unions.
the term that is given to the principle that states that if a defect in a claim to land are of a nature that requires legal skill and insight to find it, an equity court can be asked to remove the “cloud” on the title. See cloud on title.
the slang name that is given to a usurer or a person who lends money and charges more interest than the law allows. See usury.
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