the name that is given to an answer of a witness that evades the question.
a contract where no payments will be made. See nudum pactum.
the term that describes a nuisance that affects the general public that differs from one affecting one person.
a word used to indicate her name before she was married. It is French word for previously known as.
the term that is applied to damages that can’t be calculated accurately in monetary terms.
the term that describes neglect that is contrary to the conduct of a reasonable and prudent person see negligence per se.
the name given to a person who acts for a child in the court room.
term that applies to bodies of water that a ship is unable to pas through.
a Latin phrase for a court order that forbids a person involved in a legal matter to leave the country or state where the court has jurisdiction.
the term given to a nuisance that results from the location of premises or the activity it is involved in.
the abbreviation that is sued for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations.
the term that is applied to discussions that lead to the conclusion of an agreement or a transaction.
a term used to describe the negligence that is such in nature that it is punishable by crime.
a term that means that a thing is exempt from taxation and is therefore not taxable.
used in real estate that indicates that a piece of property has a lien against it and a person needs to take care before taking title to it.
the term given to a day that the court is not in session such as a Sunday or a legal holiday.
this is the term that applies to a nuisance that exists all of the time and under all circumstances.
the abbreviation that is for the North American Free Trade Agreement.
term given to a group of drugs that includes morphine and heroin that reduce pain and produce sleep or stupor.
the term that describes a thing that is not able to be classified and is not describable.
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