Legal Articles

WITHDRAWAL

1. To remove money from a bank. 2. A term in criminal law where a person separates themselves from criminal activity.

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WARRANT BENCH

a warrant for a person’s arrest who is charged with contempt or other criminal act that si issued by a judge.

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WRONGFUL IMPRISONMENT

where a person is imprisoned without just cause or not using legal channels.

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WELFARE STATUTES

These are the laws that help to support people who can’t support themselves.

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WITHOUT LEGAL CAUSE

a term that means to have no justification.

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WITNESS CREDIBLE

This term is given to witness who gives a believable testimony.

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WARRANTY SPECIAL

a warranty by an owner that ensures and defends the title he has sold to another person.

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WRONGFUL ACT

the name that is given to an act that will damage, physically or emotionally another person.

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WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

This term is given to crime that is not violent such as cheating, swindling, fraud etc.

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WITHOUT DEFALCATION

a term that means without offset.

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WARRANTY EXPRESS

1. Warranty by facts from the seller. 2. A statement by the person insured that certain facts are true.

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WAGERING CONTRACT

term that applies to the agreement to a wager.

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WARRANTY COLLATERAL

the warranty of a title by a person not known to the title that exists when a title is not from a warranting ancestor.

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WARRANTY PERSONAL

an agreement by a person to pay a debt of another person.

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WARDS OF COURT

These are the people who have their rights and safety protected and guarded by the courts.

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WANT OF JURISDICTION

1. lack of the authority to hear a case. 2. A judge who oversteps his authority in a case.

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WATER-TIGHT CASE

a term that is applied to a case that a person is positive will be resolved in their favour.

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WILL AMBULATORY

a will where a person can make changes to while he is still alive.

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WARRANTY OF TITLE

the assurance that the seller has a right to sell the goods and that the buyer will be from claims to the goods.

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WEIGHT OF EVIDENCE

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.

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