Legal Articles

PERPETUAL FRANCHISE

that term that is given to a privileged that it shall continue forever.

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PLEA FALSE

plea that is a sham and made in bad faith.

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PARTIES IN INTEREST

a term that is used for all of the interested parties concerned with a bankruptcy.

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POST HOC ERGO PROPTER HOC

a Latin phrase that means after this because of this.

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PROFIT SHARING

an arrangement on a corporation or company where employees can share in business profits.

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PEREMPTORY WRIT OF MANDAMUS

a term that is used to describe the order that commands a party to do a certain thing.

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PAST CONSIDERATION

the name that is given to a consideration that is given before a contract is made.

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PRUDENT

a term that means to use good judgment, be wise, sensible and reasonably cautious.

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PUT IN FEAR

This means to intimidate or to be placed in a position of being afraid not to perform an act you have been urged to carry out.

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PASSIVE NEGLIGENCE

a term given to the negligence that results from failing to act or perform an obligation.

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POSSESSION NATURAL

a term that is used when a person physically occupies a property without having the title to it.

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PARENTHESES

term that describes the marks of punctuation that are curved lines, (), used to insert a phrase, word or clause in the middle of a sentence.

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POWERS SPECIAL

the authority that si given to an agent in order to perform acts that is different to performing on behalf of the principal.

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PARTIAL PROBATE

a term that is used when a will is filed that contains parts that are not valid.

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PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES

the right of every US citizen to be protected by the government, have a right to own property, have a right to happiness. It is the 14th amendment.

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PATENT INFRINGEMENT

a term that is used when a person’s patent is violated or encroached upon.

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PRORATION STATUTE

a law requiring taxes be paid before money is distributed from an estate.

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PARTY AND PARTY

a term that is sued to refer to both the plaintiff and the defendant, who are the 2 litigants in a law suit.

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PARTNERSHIP DEBT

a term that is used for the debt or the obligation of a partnership and not to an individual.

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PRODUCTION BURDEN

See burden of proof.

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