a term that is applied to the series of unlawful acts that are carried out frequently by the same person.
the term that describes the adversary in the law suit.
the term that applies to an offense that is characterised by a person failing to perform an act.
a term that is applied when a person has injuries to their body as well as harm to their emotional stability.
The term that is given to the inherent dangers found in a certain job. See ordinary hazards of occupation.
the term that is applied to an obligation that has no conditions attached to it.
a term used for the court decision that is against the defendant and orders him to abandon property he is occupying wrongly.
a term that is used for a settlement that is made in a worker’s compensation case where payments will continue for as long as the person is no able to work.
a term that is given to an agreement where the exact amount of goods to be bought isn’t specified.
a term given to a statement that is the written opinion of a judge who agrees with the final decision in a case but has disagreed with the reasoning.
term that applies to interfering with a police officer who is carryout his duties.
a term for the degree of diligence a person must exercise to avoid injuring other people.
an order from the court that commands a party to appear in court to show why something should not be done.
term used by a court where a decision of the court has been based on presented facts and not technical legal practice.
the name that is given to a suit that is brought for malicious purposes.
term that denotes that there is an agreement between 2 or more parties about the terms of a contract.
will that has been spoken orally and is a nuncupative will.
a term that is applied to the misbehaviour and unlawful acts committed by a public official while performing his duties.
a term that is given to the first entry that is made in an account book for a particular account.
the term used for the order that is in favour of the plaintiff and commands the defendant to settle the controversy between themselves.
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