a phrase used to describe an issue that is undecided and can be answered by applying the law to the facts.
a Latin phrase meaning great charter and was made in England in 1215 and is the basis of the English constitutional law and liberty.
The term when minors need the consent of a parent or guardian for medical treatment except if it is an emergency.
term applied to a person’s mental ability and choosing right from wrong and having the ability to express themselves.
the term given to the list of a persons assets in order of value so they can be given to creditors.
This term applies to a divorce decree got in Mexico where it is easier than in the US. Not all states will recognise one.
a mortgage on a property that takes precedence over any other mortgages and must be paid off first.
This si a term that is applied to the situation where a plaintiff improperly brings several actions in the one matter.
a term that means an open question, or a thing that is debateable, unsettled or subject to argument.
term that is given to a killing of a person that was not premeditated but came from a desire to inflict harm.
an other term used to describe the physical labour that is different from a professional or non-labour position.
the term that applies to the holding of a second job by a public employee who is supposed to work his job full time.
term that is used to describe the undue influence that is imposed on one person by another.
term applied to a written agreement with details of property settlement in case there is a divorce.
The term that applies to the principle where a spouse is prevented from revealing a communication of the other.
The name that is given to the document that is signed by the person who performs the marriage ceremony.
the term that is given to a marriage that is between people of different races.
a phrase that represents a civil wrong that is committed at sea.
the term that is given to an order for money given by a post office or bank.
Term that describes improvements or the betterment of something.
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