The term that is given to a mental illness that is temporary but can recur from time to time.
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a term applied to the person who records the deeds who is a public official.
the name that is given to a trademark that has been recorded and registered with the US Patent Office.
a person making his living in enterprises and in a manner that is contrary to law.
the duty a physician has to report any injuries that appear to have arisen from a violent act.
the term used when a person is sent back to jail because he has broken the parole or pardon terms.
the day that a defendant must appear in court due to a course order or writ.
where the court clerk will record the verdict and end the trial.
This means a thing to be returned such as a writ or order to be returnable on a certain day.
a law that is passed by a state that will counter a law passed in another state.
See burden of proof.
a doctrine stating the first clear statement in a deed, will or other document will be binding despite other statement being ambiguous.
a clause in a will disposing the rest of a person’s estate after all debts and bequests are paid.
a narrow and precise construction of the meaning of a law or legal document. It is the opposite of a literal interpretation. See liberal construction, literal construction.
a request from court trying a case in another state or country. Testimony is asked for from a witness living in the other state.
a trust that is formed by a group of people who are investing money to buy and sell real estate.
an order of the court to try a case again as the real issue in dispute have not been settled.
a term that is applied to land and immovable property on land such as buildings.
a Latin phrase that means simple justice.
the degree of care shown by a person who is responsible and trustworthy.
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