a principle that is considered by the courts when it is asked to issue an injunction.
the statement of charges that is given by a creditor to the debtor. It is an account rendered.
the term given to an agreement that concerns real estate such a s a contract for land.
the term that is given to the evidence that can be seen in a court room.
These are the regulations that govern the conduct of business by a court and the presiding judge carries rules of the court as the needs arise.
the part of the law that details the methods for enforcing your rights.
hiring an attorney for a specific purpose in order to carry out a certain task.
These are the rights that consist of. 1. A right to due process. 2. The right to an attorney. 3. the right to equal protection under the law. 4. The right to a fair, speedy and impartial trial.
This means to try a case again after a mistrial or a hung jury fails to give a verdict.
the answer to a complaint, a response to a charge that completely answers the charges and may even enter a counterclaim.
the annulment or voiding of an existing will by the person who made the will and usually follows the making of a new will.
1. The rehearing of a case in a higher court. 2. The rehearing of a motion that is based on new material.
a federal rule that the antitrust law needs to be applied only to the unreasonable restraints of trade.
a principle that states a person who causes an injury may be held liable for the injuries sustained by a third person who comes in to help, or rescue, the injured party.
a stipulation when parts of an estate are given to 2 or more people and when one dies the pat goes to the other people.
an agreement where one party agrees to buy all of the requirements of a product from the other party.
a term when a witness is questioned again after being cross examined by an opposing attorney.
These are the regulations of a legislative body in conducting its business. They are the rules of order.
a term applied to the act of taking notes that are the agreements that have been signed to pay and giving them to a finance company specialising in buying notes at a discounted price.
when a person hires an attorney on the basis of a period of time and not what he does.
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