The reckless disregard in exercising due care and regard for the welfare of other people. See negligence.
a term applied to a transaction where no money, property or goods were intended to pass from one party to another party.
a written statement in a deed that the buyer of a property is entitled to accept the property’s title and the seller will defend the title against a person trying to upset it.
a formal written document that si issued as a matter of course or as a matter of right.
This means to relinquish or to give up a right, benefit or privilege and implies that the person knows what he is doing.
the name that is given to a trust where the trustee can use some of the principle if there is not enough income.
an intentional wrong that is committed with the wish to harm another person.
the name that is given to the injury to property that is carried out with intent and a disregard to duty.
a term given to the wills of 2 or more people having made that will benefit the other will makers. It is similar to a joint will.
1. To remove money from a bank. 2. A term in criminal law where a person separates themselves from criminal activity.
a warrant for a person’s arrest who is charged with contempt or other criminal act that si issued by a judge.
where a person is imprisoned without just cause or not using legal channels.
These are the laws that help to support people who can’t support themselves.
a term that means to have no justification.
This term is given to witness who gives a believable testimony.
a warranty by an owner that ensures and defends the title he has sold to another person.
the name that is given to an act that will damage, physically or emotionally another person.
This term is given to crime that is not violent such as cheating, swindling, fraud etc.
a term that means without offset.
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