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LIDFORD LAW

A sort of lynch law. whereby a person was first punished and then tried. Wharton.

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DANGERS OF THE ROAD

This phrase, in a bill of lading, when it refers to inland transportation, means such dangers as are immediately caused by roads, as the overturning of carriages in rough and precipitous places. 7 Exch. 743.

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MUTUAL DEBTS

Money due on both sides between two persons.

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DECREE OF MODIFICATION

In Scotch law. A decree of the teind court modifying or fixing a stipend.

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DECREE PRO CONFESSO

One entered in a court of equity in favor of the complainant where the defendant has made no answer to the bill and its allegations are consequently taken “as confessed.” Ohio Cent. R. Co. v. Central Trust Co.. 133 U. S. 83,

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deconcentration

This can be seen as reduction of power from the centre.here,there is nothing like over concentration of power because efforts are made to avoid the concentration of power.However,power is not concentrated at the centre.

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justiciability

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