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.
the term that is applied to hurtful, derogatory or obscene comments made by one person to another person.
a term that is used to describe the cancelling out or erasing of written material in a legal document.
the name given to the obligation where a person binds himself to fulfill it and solely to carry it out.
the term applied to a basic patent or a patent that is a new discovery in a new field.
a term that is applied to presentation to a court that states the testimony and proof that is introduced to prove a case.
an abbreviation for the phrase over the counter. See NASDAQ.
the term that describes the obligation needing to be fulfilled if the principal obligation can’t be fulfilled.
a term that describes hated and malice.
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