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OWNER LEGAL

the term that is given to the person who is recognised by law to be the rightful owner.

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OFFER FOR THE RECORD

a term that is applied to presenting evidence in a law suit and the evidence is placed in the official record.

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OATH JUDICIAL

the name that is given to the oath that is taken in court as compared to one taken outside of a court.

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OBVIOUS

a term that means a thing is apparent, easily seen or understood.

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OATH FALSE

the term that describes perjury or the telling of a lie while under oath.

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OBJECT OF A STATUTE

the term given to the purpose of the law or what a law is supposed to accomplish.

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OUSTER BY ABATEMENT

a term that is applied to the situation where a person dies and a person with no right to property takes possession of it before the heirs are able inherit.

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OPENING STATEMENT

a term that is given to the initial statement of the attorney to the judge or the judge to a jury.

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OFFICER DE JURE

the name given to the person who is chosen to carry out certain duties he is qualified to perform.

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OPTICAL ILLUSION

the term that describes a thing that isn’t there such as a mirage.

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OATH VOLUNTARY

the name given to an oath not in court and not related to a judicial matter but when a person swears to anther person that they will do something.

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ONUS PROBANDI

a Latin term for burden of proof.

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OPERATIVE CONSENT

this is the term that is given to the permission that a person gives in writing to allow an operation to be performed on him.

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OBJECT OF AN ACTION

the term that describes the purpoose of a suit.

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OATH OFFICIAL

the name given to the sworn oath of a public official on assuming office.

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OSTENSIBLE AUTHORITY

a term given to the power a principal grants to an agent.

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OWNER GENERAL

the term that is applied to a person who has the primary title to the property.

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OBSESSION

a term that describes a thought that will persist no matter how hard you try to forget about it.

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OBLIGATION CONJUNCTIVE

an obligation that contains several parts or objects that are connected.

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ON THE PLEADINGS

a term applied to a preverdict judgement based on pleadings as there are no real issues. See summary judgement.

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