1. lack of the authority to hear a case. 2. A judge who oversteps his authority in a case.
a term that is applied to a case that a person is positive will be resolved in their favour.
a will where a person can make changes to while he is still alive.
the assurance that the seller has a right to sell the goods and that the buyer will be from claims to the goods.
a term that is used for the preponderance of a truth. The weight of evidence is what will convince a judge one way or another.
the where a party to a law suit can make his opponent write down under oath questions sent to him.
the term used to describe a contract that is in writing as compared to a spoken contract.
the name of a will where 2 or more people have provisions favouring each other.
the assurance by the seller to the buyer that the goods sold are suitable and will conform to the buyer’s wishes.
the term that describes property where the contents has been used up or consumed such as a gold mine.
a term that is used to describe that actions of a person with the intent to harm another person.
used to describe a debt that cannot be collected.
a term that applies to a will that is in the handwriting of the maker of the will.
the expression used that describes the trading in a new stock, bond or security that has been announced but not issued yet.
These are the laws that give funds for workers who are hurt during the course of carrying out their job.
a provision in the US Constitution where a witness is not forced to give testimony against himself.
the failure of a plaintiff to pursue the charges that will result in his case being dropped.
the name of a will that needs certain conditions to be met for other events to occur.
the intention to give up a right, benefit or a privilege by conduct that a waiver will be given.
the act of confining a person to a mental institution without doing it lawfully. False imprisonment.
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