this is a term that is given to a person who owns property that borders water. He doesn’t own the water unless his property surrounds it completely.
the name that applies to a trust where the shares that are owned by the trust cab be sold and new shares bought.
a term referring to an obligation that can be upheld by an existing law and a legal right.
a term applied to the evidence that is given by an expert witness.
the term that is used when a judgement is reviewed to see if it should still stand or be set aside.
See ordinary dangers.
the term that is given for the inability of a person to work that is caused by a person doing their job.
1. an oath that relates to the past or present and not the future. 2. An oath required by law but not in a judicial proceeding.
the name that si given to the person who supposedly owns a property who may or may not be the legal owner. See owner, legal.
the term that is given to the written statement by a court that gives the reasons why a certain decision was made.
a term used to describe an obligation that is the main one.
a term where evidence is presented in a law suit.
the name that is given to the testimony of a witness that is spoken and taken out of court but with the instruction of the court.
the term that describes the responsibilities that are a regular part of a person’s job.
an obligation where a person is bound by the express terms to carry out a certain promise.
1. An officer. 2. Pertaining to an office, official duties.
the name that is used for a person who is guilty of an offense according to law.
the abbreviation for the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
the name given to the obligation that is the main or ;primary reason for a contract.
a term that is given to the financial assistance that is given to the poor and the elderly people.
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