Legal Articles

RIGHT TO DIE

a privileged of people who are terminally ill and exercise the right to die in a written and notarised document.

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RECESS

the name that is given to a stoppage in court proceedings for a short period of time but the court is not adjourned.

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REFUND ANNUITY CONTRACT

an agreement for money owed to person who dies where the money is paid to his estate.

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RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

This gives people the right to practice the religion of their own choosing granted by the US Constitution.

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REVOLVING CREDIT

a renewable credit like that of a credit card where the credit keeps on as each payment is paid.

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REENTRY

the act of taking possession back of your property that had been leased to someone else.

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REMEDIES

a term that means to be employed by the law to correct an injury or to enforce a legal right.

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RIGHTFUL HEIRS

These are the heirs who are appointed to inherit an estate when an ancestor dies without a will.

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RULES OF PRACTICE

These are the various orders of a court that regulates the methods used to present actions and to conduct business.

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RELEASE DEED OF

1. Getting the full title to property by paying outstanding debts. 2. A deed that relieves a person of his outstanding debts and obligations.

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REQUEST FOR NEW TRIAL

asking for a new trial due to the dissatisfaction of the judgement of the initial trial or a belief that there were errors made.

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RENDERING A DECISION

a term that describes the giving of a judgement by a court.

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REDELIVERY BOND

the name that is given to a bond that issued on the seizure of merchandise that is subject to conditions for is restoration to a defendant.

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REAL ESTATE SYNDICATE

a joint enterprise by people who pool their money in order to buy and or sell real estate.

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REGISTER OF WILLS

term that describes the person who is the probate court clerk who records all of the wills.

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RIPENESS DOCTRINE

a supreme court doctrine dictating that a case shouldn’t be decided before the necessity has arisen for it to be decided.

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RECIPROCAL NEGATIVE EASEMENT

the term given to an easement that originates from a restriction limiting the use of a property for residential purposes.

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RESERVE FUNDS

These are funds that must be available to banks, credit unions, insurance companies, pension funds and other financial institutions in order to meet any future unexpected conditions.

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RESETTLEMENT

to re-open a court decree to insert a provision that has been accidentally omitted at the time of settlement.

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RATE FIXING

the authority of a state to set the rates that a company or a public utility can charge its customers.

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