a Latin phrase that is the defence where the defendant claims he has not committed a wrong
the term used for the result that comes after an act and was also expected to follow it.
the term that is given to the estate that remains after all debts have been paid.
the term that is used for having no use and lacking any usefulness whatsoever.
the term given to a notice from the plaintiff to the defendant to defend himself in a law suit. If he doesn’t it leads to a judgement by default.
term that describes a company’s worth after the debts and liabilities have been subtracted from its gross assets.
the term that is sued to describe a crisis that involves the security and safety of the country.
a Latin phrase for no one is above the law.
the term that is given to the defence that raises no issue of the facts in the case.
the term given to the time a person has to make an insurance claim.
the name that is given to a person who is dependent on a narcotic drug and will suffer withdrawals if he stops taking the drug.
the term given to the implied notice that is subject to contradiction.
a notice to whom it may concern that is given to the general public.
a Latin phrase for the return of a sheriff’s writ or summons when the person cannot be found.
the term given to a fixed investment trust that can only buy securities listed when the trust was organised.
the term that is given to the notice in a record that is not in writing.
the term given to a divorce that does not need to find out if any misconduct has occurred.
the term that is a statement in a pleading recognising that notice has been given.
the term that is used for an offense resulting from negligent behaviour.
a term that applies to the inferred or the implied notice that can’t be contradicted legally.
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