the term used to refer to the importance of a legal consequence.
The term given to the goods and cargo that is covered by insurance during a voyage of a ship.
the term that is used to describe the shortest time a person can spend in jail for committing a certain crime.
the title given to a public corporation
See malpractice, medical.
the name given to the court that conducts and investigates trials of offenders who are in the military. These are called court martials.
a term given to s a law that will demand compliance and will leave nothing to discretion.
the name given to the rule that acceptance of an offer is binding to the offeror when the offer is dispatched.
term that is applied to an offense or a crime that is illegal but also shows a person’s baseness and depravity.
the term that describes the facts that reduce the security of a crime and its subsequent punishment.
the term that describes a person’s personal property or belongings or their personal estate.
the term that describes the decision and the rule of more than half of the people who vote and disregards the choice of people who don’t vote.
a term that describes the taking of money that has been entrusted into your care unlawfully.
a term used for the remedy that is available to both parties.
the term that is given to the captain of a ship or the chief commanding officer of a ship.
the term that is made for a demand of money that arises from a contract that a party has agreed on.
The term given to the lien recognized by a court of equity where no legal mortgage exists.
the term that is given to an attorney that is a slang expression.
the term used when a person who has witnessed a felony does not notify the authorities.
the term applied to fear, severe anxiety, the intense fright and the mental distress caused by a physical injury.
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