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A
a twelve-month replacement of defective parts
()
abandonment 1) ( , ), ; 2) (
-
)
abolition
absentee owner
absolute contract of sale -
abstract of title
abstract pecuniary obligation
abuseof discretion
abuse of process (
,
..)
accelerated depreciation
accelerated cost recovery system

acceleration order
acceptance ,
acceptance supra protest (
)
accepting (or acceptance) house
acceptor
access
accidents of the sea

accord and satisfaction ,

account current, current account


accounting period
accounts
accretion -
accrual basis (method)
accrue
accuracy ,
acknowledgment
acquiescence
acquire title to
acquisition of title
action in contract
action in tort "",
action of trespass -
actionable
active trust (
)
acts of God or Nature ; -
actual (or constructive) total loss ( )

actual authority (
)
actual possession -
ad valorem tax -

additur (


adherent - ,
adhesion contract-
adjudication
adjusted basis

adjusted gross income
adjustment of debts
adjustments -
administralion ()
administration of a case -
administratior ()
administrative expenses -
administratorof the bankruptcy estate -
admission
adversary pleadings
adverse possession (
)
advertisement - ,
advice note ..
affidavit - ,
affiliated group -
affirmative defense ,
affirmative duties

agency , ,

agency relationship
agent of necessity
aggregate amount -
alien
alienation
alienation of property
alimony
alimony and separate maintenance payments -

allegation ,
allocation of dividends
allonge ( ,
)
allotment of securities- ..

allowance
alter ego
ambiguity , ,
amended pleadings
amortizable ,
amount in controversy ,
ancillary jurisdiction
annuitant ,
annuity ;

antecedent debt
anticipatory breach ()

apparent authority
;
apparent ownership
appealable ,
appearance of authority
appellate panel
appellate review
application , ,
appropriate to the contract
appropriation (to the contract) ( )
appurtenant easement run with land
arbitrage
arbitrage bonds
argument to jury ( )
arrangement
article ,
as against
as from the date ,
as the case may be (
)
p>sascertain
ascertained goods
assent ,

assessment
assets
assign
assignee ,
assignment ,
assignor ; , ()
assumption ,
at a determinable future time
at a fixed time
at face value
at the contract rate
at the time specified in the bill ,
at will
attached thereto
attorney
attorney general
attributable ( -)
auctioneer
audit , ;
authoritative decision
authority
avoid ,
avoiding powers - , / -.
A

a twelve-month replacement of defective parts


()
abandonment 1) ( , ), ; 2) (
-
)
abolition
absentee owner
absolute contract of sale -
abstract of title
abstract pecuniary obligation
abuse of discretion
abuse of process (
,
..)
accelerated depreciation
accelerated cost recovery system
acceleration order
acceptance ,
acceptance supra protest (
)
accepting (or acceptance) house
acceptor
access
accidents of the sea
accord and satisfaction ,

account current, current account


accounting period
accounts
accretion -
accrual basis (method)
accrue
accuracy ,
acknowledgment
acquiescence
acquire title to
acquisition of title
action in contract
action in tort "",
action of trespass -
actionable
active trust (
)
acts of God or Nature ; -
actual (or constructive) total loss ( )

actual authority (
)
actual possession -
ad valorem tax -
additur (


adherent - ,
adhesion contract-
adjudication
adjusted basis

adjusted gross income
adjustment of debts
adjustments -
administralion ()
administration of a case -
administratior ()
administrative expenses -
administrator of the bankruptcy estate -
admission
adversary pleadings
adverse possession (
)
advertisement - ,
advice note ..
affidavit - ,
affiliated group -
affirmative defense ,
affirmative duties
agency , ,


agency relationship
agent of necessity
aggregate amount -
alien
alienation
alienation of property
alimony
alimony and separate maintenance payments -

allegation ,
allocation of dividends
allonge ( ,
)
allotment of securities - ..

allowance
alter ego
ambiguity , ,
amended pleadings
amortizable ,
amount in controversy ,
ancillary jurisdiction
annuitant ,
annuity ;

antecedent debt
anticipatory breach ()
apparent authority
;
apparent ownership
appealable ,
appearance of authority
appellate panel
appellate review
application , ,
appropriate to the contract
appropriation (to the contract) ( )
appurtenant easement run with land
arbitrage
arbitrage bonds
argument to jury ( )
arrangement
article ,
as against
as from the date ,
as the case may be (
)
p>sascertain
ascertained goods

assent ,
assessment
assets
assign
assignee ,
assignment ,
assignor ; , ()
assumption ,
at a determinable future time
at a fixed time
at face value
at the contract rate
at the time specified in the bill ,
at will
attached thereto
attorney
attorney general
attributable ( -)
auctioneer
audit , ;
authoritative decision
authority
avoid ,

avoiding powers - , / -.
B
bad debts -
bailee ; , ,

bailment
bailor ; , ,

balance, balance sheet ,


bank statement ( );

banker's commercial credit
banker's credits
bankruptcy court -
bankruptcy trustee - ( )
bare date - (, -/
)
bare title
bargain ,
barratry (barratrous conduct) (
- );
barter ,
basis
be liable in tort "" ()
bearer bill

bearer bond
bearer cheque
bearer note ()
bearer scrip

beneficiary ,
bequest
best efforts underwriting
beyond the control (of) -
bilateral
bill in equity ,
bill of exchange ,
bill of lading
bill payable on demand
bills in a set , ;
bills of exchange laws
binding force
blighted area ,
Blue sky laws ; ,
..
boiler room operations

bona fide purchaser


bona fide purchaser for value

bond (/ )
bond discount
bond premium
book value
borrower of money ; ,
borrowing
branch(of a bank)
branch (or subsidiary) company ( ) ,

breach (of the contract) ()
breach of confidence
breach of performance
bribe
bribery
burden of proof
business premises
by (ordinary) assignment -
by continuous indorsements ,

by delivery
by frustration
by law (custom) - ()
by making a proper stipulation
by operation of law

by ratification
by reason of -
by statute ( )
by the authority of- -
by using
by withdrawal
by word of mouth
C
C.I.F. (cost, insurance, freight)
calendar year -
call premium -
cancellation - ,
cans leaking
capacity - , ,
capital account -
capital expenditure -
capital losses -
capitalization -
care
careless statement
cargo
cargo owner
carriage of goods by sea ( )
carrying costs / charges -

carryover -
3-5
case ()
cases to support this view
cash
cash against documents ,

cash dividend - ,
cash out -
cash receipts -
casualty -
casualty gain - ,
casualty loss - ,
cause of action -
certification -
certification hearing - (
)
certification marks -
challenge - ,
challenge for cause -
charge ,
chargeable to - ,
charges ,
charging order
charitable contribution -
charitable lead trust -

charitable remainder trust -



charitable trust
charter-party , -,
chattel , ,
chattel mortgage -
checking agreement
cheque (Engl.), check (US)
cheque drawn specially on a person
cheque form ,
chose in action
choses (things) in action -
choses (things) in possession -
churning - ,
( )
civil commotions
claim , ,
claim preclusion -
class action - ()
clause , ,
clause paramount (
)
claused bill (of lading) ( ,
..)
clean bill (of lading) (
, ..)

clearing
clearing house -
clerk of the court - ( )
coerion -
collateral ( )
collateral order - ()
collateral security
collateral terms
collect the proceeds ( )
collecting banker -
collecting vehicle
collection of income -
collective bargaining agreement -
( , )
comity -
commercial contract
commercial impracticability -
commercial law
commercial transaction
commercial usage (usage of trade)
commercially and legally
()
commission
commodity broker -
Commodity Credit Corporation

common stock
communication - ,
communication of offer ,
community property
community property rights -
compensatory damages
complete and regular on the face of it
()
compliance
compromise -
conclusions of law ,
conclusive evidence ()
concurrent condition
concurrent jurisdiction ( )
condemnation proceedings -

condition . ( -)
condition concurrent
condition precedent ,
condition subsequent ,
conditional contract of sale -
conditional fee
conditional indorsement
conduct ,
confirmed irrevocable credit

conflict of interests -
consensual relationship ,
consent
consideration
consignee
consignment ,
consignment (),
constructive ,
constructive notice
constructive trust
construe - ,
consumer debt
consumption
contemplated damages ()
contemplation ,
contempt order -
contention -
contingent (on) -
contingent claim ( ,
)
contingent interest - ( ,
- )
continuing security

contract ,
contract for the sale of goods -

contract liability -
contract of insurance
contract of record
contract of sale -
contract under seal (specialty contract)
contracting parties ,
contractual relationship
contractual rights
contractual term
contrary agreement
contravention ()
contribution ,
contributory infringement
control person -
convention -
conversion 1) , ; 2)
,
conveyance 1) ( )
( ); 2)
copyhold ,
copyright
core proceedings
corporate stockholder
corporation (artificial person, entity) -
correspondent bank -

cost basis ,

cost of living -
co-surety
counsel
counterclaim -
counteroffer
course of dealing between the parties ()
;
court costs
court reporter
court-annexed settlement devices -

court's power ()
covenant ( ), ( )
creation of the relationship
credit (or letter of credit)
credit balance
creditors' interest in collateral
credit-sale
cross-claim
crossing
currency
curtesy ( )

custodian ,

custody (bailment) -
customary ,
customer , (),
pres - " "' (
, )
D
damages ( ),
de minimis fringes -
dealer , -;
dealings ,
debenture ;
debenture payable to bearer
debit and credit ,
debtor in possession ()
deceit
declaratory judgment action - ,
declaratory relief (
)
declining balance method -
decree
deduction
deed ,
defalcation
default 1) (); 2)
( , )
default in the navigation

defeasance ,
defeasible
defeasible interest ()
defect in the title
defective , ,
defendant - , ,
defense ,
defer payment
deferral -
deferred expenses -
deferred review -
deferred tax liability -
del credere agent , (
)
delay ,
delegable duty - , ()

delegate
delegation (to) -
delegatus non potest delegare (Lat.)

delinquency -
deliver , , (); ()
delivery ();
delivery order -

delivery warrant - (
)
demand .
demeanor evidence -
demurrer ;
denominator -
denying its accuracy to a person
-

dependent
dependent care assistance program -
deponent ,
deposit account
deposit book
deposition
depreciation in value -
deputization
derivative works
destination ( )
destination
destruction (), ( )
detention ,
determination
determination of the time
detriment ,
deviation

devise -
devisee ( )
direct evidence ()
directed verdict - ,

disability - , , ,

disaster losses - ,
disbursements - ,
discharge - ()
discharge for the bill
discharge of indebtedness -
disclaimer ( )
disclosed principal , .. ,

discount ;
discount house , -
discovery
discretionary trust ,

dishonoured note (or bill) ,
dismissal ()
dismissal without prejudice -

disparagement
dispatch ,

disposable income -
disposal of the funds
disposition ()
disposition of property - ,

dispute
disputed claim -
distribution process -
distributive share - ,
diversity case

dividend -
divident warrant ()
divisible
do hereby give... ...
doctrine of file wrapper estoppel -
document of title
domestic corporation -
domicile
dominant tenement - , ;

donee -
dower
draft ,
drawee ( ),
drawer ,

drawer of a cheque
drawing of a bill
duration
duration of duty
duress
during the operation of agency -
duties
duty (on) () -
duty of care -
duty of loyalty -
duty to account - ()
E
earned income -
earnings -
easement (servitude) ( ) easement in gross -
effect , ,
effective date
ejectment (
)
election ,
eligible dividends -
emancipation -
embarrassment
embezzlement - ()

embody (in) , ( )
employee benefit plan -
employment of funds
encumbered properly -
encumbrance
encumbrance ,
endowment contract -
endowment policy
enforceable ,

enforcement of contracts ( )
enfranchisement ();
enquiry ,
entity
equitable
equitable assignment ,

equitable conversion doctrine -

equitable doctrine () ,
equitable interest -
equitable relation to the adventure


equitable relief -
equitable remedy -

equitable title ,
equities . ,

equities - .
equity - ,
equity security - ,
equivalent
error -
escheat
escrow ( )
estate 1) ; ; ; 2) ,

estate agent ( )
estate for years ,
estate in fee simple -
estate in fee tail
estate property ,
estate pur autre vie (for the life of another) - ,

estates in real estate
estimate - ,
estoppel "", ..

evade -
evidence , ,
evidence of the contract of carriage

evidence, confirmation
evolve ,
ex works -, ;
examination of title
examiner - , () ;
except as otherwise provided
excepted risks
excess profit tax - . .

exchange of property -
exclusion - ,
exclusive jurisdiction
exclusive selling rights ;
exculpatory clause - ,
executed
execution
executor
executory ,
exempt facility bonds - ,

exempt property - ,
exercise of jurisdiction -
exhaustive
existing goods
expected return -

expiration
export licence
export sales ,
express
express stipulation
express terms of the contract
express trust ,
expressly
extensive ,
extensive rights
extent of insurance
externally ,
extinct , :
extortion
extraordinary sacrifice ()

extraordinary writ -
F
F.A.S. (free alongside) ,
F.O.B. (free on board) -,
F.O.R. (free on rail) -, -
face amount -
facsimile of a seal ( )
factor , selling agent, mercantile agent -

facts of the particular case

failure of a trust - ()

failure of performance
fair market value
farm indebtedness - ,

federal home loan banks - .


Federal home loan mortgage corporation -

Federal National Mortgage Association -

fee simple ()
fellowship grant - ,
fiduciary 1) (); 2) (
)
fiduciary duty -
fiduciary relationship
filing date ( )
filing fee -
filing of a voluntary petition -

filing of an action -
final disposition -
financial statement -
findings of fact - ,

fine -
firm commitment underwriting - (
)
first-in, first-out (FIFO) -

fiscal year
fitness (for a particular purpose) ( )
fixture ,
floating policy
floor -
for a particular venture
for cause -
for failing to perform
for reference
for the account (of) -
for the purposes of the Limitation Act

for the use of the principal ( )


for value ( )
forbearance ( )
forcible takeover (possession) -
foreclosure sale
foreign corporation -
foreign element
foreign note (or bill)
forfeiture - () , ;

forged
forged signature
form of application ()
formalities ( )
formation of contract ,
formerly ,
forum non conveniens
forum state , ;

forum-shopping
fraction -
fraud ,
fraudulent
FRB (Federal Reserve Board) -
freehold
freeze of a bank account -
freight
fringe benefits -
from the moment when the cause of action accrues

fulfill a stipulation
fulfilment of the terms of the contract -
full contractual capacity
fundamental ,
funds for payments

future goods
G
gain
general crossing ,

general demurrer -
general jurisdiction -
general law of sale , -
general partner -
general verdict - ( )
generic goods (Eng.) (US. fungible goods) ,

generic term -
genuine
genuiness
gerrymandering - (
)
gift
gold value
golden parachutes -
good faith
good right
good title (to) -
goods in transit - ( )
goods of the contracts description ,

governmental unit -
grantee ,
grantor ,
gratuitous
gratuitous contract -
gross income
gross sales -
grounds, reasons -
guarantor (or surety)
guardian
H
hardship discharge -

hazards -
head of household
hearsay
hedging -
heir , heir at law -
hereinafter referred to
higher yielding investments - ,

hire-purchase (HP) - ,
hire-purchase agreement
his possession ceases -
hold

hold in trust
holder
holder in due course ,

holder of a bill
holder of a bill (of lading)
holder of a cheque
holder of record -
hold-up game -

homestead association -
honest debtor -
honorary trust ,
,
,

hot issue problem
household -
I
identification
identify ,
illegal
ill-minded person
immaterial ,
imminent peril
impeachment of verdict

impleader
implication , , ,
implicitly
implied (in fact, in law) (, )
implied terms
impossibility - ( )
in a fiduciary position
in a form prescribed by law
in bad faith
in breach of faith
in contrast to, contrary to
in effect
in good faith
in good safety
in its legal nature
in lieu of
in manner thereby agreed ,
in ones discretion
in personam jurisdiction (= personal jurisdiction)
in pursuance of -
in reliance on -
in rem jurisdiction (=subject-matter jurisdiction)
in return for a commission
in that behalf

in the course of one's employment


()
in the particular cases ()
in transit ,
incapacity
incidental to -
incorporate (into) ; ; ;

incorporation ,
indemnification ,
indemnification for expenses -
indemnity , ,
indemnity against any liability which might result

indemnity bond -
indenture contract
independent contractor
indigent -
indirect costs and expenses -
indorsee
indorsement , ,

indorsement in blank ,

indorsement in full
indorser ,

ineffective ,
infant
infer , ,
inference , ,
infringement ,

inherent vice ( )
inheritance
initially unauthorized act ,
injunction ,
injunctive relief - (
)
injured party ,
injury , , ;
inland note (or bill)
inland waters
innocent party ( ), ()
insane
insertion
insider
insolvency , bankruptcy
insolvent - ,
installment contract
installment method -

installment sale - ,

in-state service -
instructions ,
instrument , -

instrument (document) of payment
instrument for collection of a debt
instrument of credit
instrument of credit and settlement
insurable interest
insurance broker ( )
insurer
intention
interest -
interest coupon interest in -
interest in property ;
interest in the object
interest on
interim compensation
interim trustee
interlocutory appeal - ( )
interlocutory order ()
internal circulation

international settlement
interpleader

interpretation - , ,
interrogatory - ,
intervention
intestate heir ,
intimation of an intention
invalid
inventories -
inventory -
inventory costs -
investment company
investment in the contract - ,
investment interest -
investment property -
investment tax credit -
invitation bids - ,

invoice -
involuntary case gap claim -

IOU (I owe you)
ipso facto clause
irrevocable -
issue 1) , ; 2) ()

issue preclusion -
issued and outstanding shares - ,
,
issuer -
issuing bank -
issuing corporation -
itemize
itemized deductions -
J
jobber ,
joinder of parties
joint ,
joint and several note () ,

joint inventor -
joint liability -
joint return -
joint tenancy
joint tenants
judgement
judgement "on the merits" -
judgement n.o.v. (non obstante veredicto) -

Judicature Act
judicial lien -
judicial pronouncement

judicial recognition -
judicial sale
jurisdictional amount - ( )
jury deliberation -
jury duty pay remitted to employer -

jury trial
justification -
K
key feature ,
kickback -
L
laches
laden on board ( )
landlord , , ;

lapse of offer
lapse of time
larceny -
last in, first out (LIFO) - ,
,
last-in, last-out (LILO) - ,

latent defect ()
law of properly ();
law report ()

lawful -
lawfully
leading benefit rule -
leading marks ( )
lease , , ,
lease-back -

leasehold
leasehold interest
leave of court -
legal , , ,
legal (or artificial) person
legal age ; ,
legal capacity -
legal competence
legal consequences
legal costs -
legal effect
legal estate in land
legal interest
legal position ,
legal proceedings ,
legal relations
legal services -
legal tender -

legal title ,
legality ,
legally ,
legatee ( )
legible , ( , )
lender ,
lending agency -
lending operation
less a small discount
lessee
lessor
letter of credit ,
liabilities ,
liability , , ,
liability insurance -

liable - ,
lien ,
life (fire, marine) insurance ( ,
)
life estate
life insurance contract -
life insurance policy -
life tenant of property -
limitation period

limited partnership ,
linked to the availability (of) -
liquidate - , ;
liquidated claim ,
litigation ,
loan - ,
long arm statutes - " " , " "
( ,
, )
long-term agreements -
loophole
loss ; ;
loss of future earnings -
loss of income -
loss of profits -
losses -
losses incident to a marine adventure ,

lump sum , , ,
lump-sum distribution -
,
M
maintenance
maintenance of the suit
make a deposit (with) ( , )
maker (of a promissory note) ( )

managerial judging -
mandamus

mandate
mandatory abstention ()
mandatory provisions ()
manifestation - ,
manifestly unlawful ,
manufacturer
margin requirements
mariner ,
marked - up price
marketability -
marketable securities -
market-maker -

markup - ,
master 1) , ; 2)
matching -

material injury ;
matter (question, point) of fact
matter of expectation or belief
matured claim ,
maturity
meals and lodging ()

means of checking
means of obtaining payment, instrument of payment

memorandum of the contract ,

mental disorder
mental incapacity ,
mercantile community ,
merchant , ,
merchant shipping
merchantable ,
; syn. be of merchantable quality
meritorious defense -
methods of termination ()
ministerial duly - () ,

minor ,
misappropriation
misconduct -
misrepresentation - , ,
,
mistake (of fact, of law) - ,
mixed policy ( );
mixed question of law and fact
monetary unit
money damages

moral rights
mortgage , , ,
mortgage revenue bonds -
mortgagee ,
mortgagor ,
motion
motion for non - suit
,
motion to strike
movable (immovable) property - ( )
moving party ,
much judicial conflict
()
municipal bond -
municipality
mutatis mutandis (Lat.)
N
named
named principal ( )
NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers) -

nationality ,
navigable waters
nearly identical
necessaries ()
neglect ,

negligence ,
negligent failure to detect errors
()
negligently ()
negotiable instrument
negotiation ; , ()
negotiations (syn. talks)
nemo dat rule (Lat.) ,
,
net earnings -
net operating loss -
net proceeds - - ,
next of kin -
nominal damages ()
non-compliance with the form
non - interest - bearing obligations ,

noninterest-be ring bond


non-payment
non-profit organization -
nonresident -
normal construction rules
Note - , .

n otice , notification - , ,

notice of dishonour

notoriety
novation ,
numerator
NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) - -
O
obedience
objective standart
obligation ,
obligee -
obligor -
obsolence -
offer ,
offeree
offer o r
offering price
on a particular day ()
on credit
on demand of
on hire-purchase terms -
on payment of a fine
on practical grounds
on tender of the documents
on the premises ,

one s detriment
opening statement -
opposing party
option , ;
oral testimony
order arbitration -
order bill
order indorsement
ordinary income -
ordinary loss -
original jurisdiction -
ostensible authority
out of the funds
outstanding marine risks

outstanding securities ,
outstanding stock -
outward shipment
over the counter
overdue
over - the - counter market
owner -
ownership
P

package
paid agent ,
paragraph (, )
parcel of land -
parol contract
parol evidence rule (,
,
)
part owner
partial interest ()
particular average
particulars ()
partner , ()
party (to) ( ), ( )
party in interest
party liable on the bill
party to a bill ;
pass book
passage - ()
passing of property ()
passing off
passive trust (
)
Patent and trademark office -
patent claim -

patent law -
patentable -
patentee - ,
Pay D or order for collection .

payee
payer, paying bank ( )
payments due to him -
pecuniary
pecuniary loss
pegging -
p enalty , , ()
pending action
per se
peremptory challenge -
performance ,
periodic tenancy - ,
perishing (loss, destruction) of goods
perjury -
permissive abstention - ()
personal (movable) property -
personal action
personal bias -
personal defences ,

( )
personal exemption -
personal jurisdiction -
personal property ,
personal representative ,

personalty
persuasive evidence
pertinent -
pilot
pilotage ,
plaintiff
plea in abatement -
( , , )
pleading ; ,

pledge, chattel, mortgage -
pledging -

policy ,
pool - ,
port of refuge -
possession for life
possessory interest ( )
posthumous work ,
pour-over "": ,


,

,
power (or authority) ,
power of attorney /power of proxy/
prayer for relief
.
precatory , ,
precedent condition
preferred stock
prejudgement seizure -
prejudice ,
preliminary stipulations ( )

premium ,
preponderance of evidence (
- o )
prescribe , ,
prescription 1) ; 2) (syn. limitation of
action)
presentation
pretrial conference -
prevention of corruption
price quotation -
prima facie evidence prima facie (
)

primary parties to a bill


principal residence -
principal sum ,
printed publication -
prior art - -
prior course of dealing - ,
prior holder
private activity bonds -

private offering -
private person
private trust ,

privileged - , ( ..)
privity (of contract)
privy -
pro rata distribution -
probate court
procedural law
procedure ( )
proceeds - ,
processing of documents -
production of income -
professional accountant -

profit-sharing plan -
promise ,
promisee ( ); ,
promisor ( ); ,
promissory estoppel -

promissory note
promoter -
proof ,
proper ,
property , ,
property in; ownership of; title to
property rights -
property settlement - -
proponent - , ( -)
proposal (or application) form
proprietor ,
proprietory interest (in) -
protection ,
protective order -
provided that ,
provision , ,
proxy ,
public offering, public issue -

public policy
public utilities -
puff
punitive damages - ( )
purpose
purposeful availment -
pursuant to -
put -
putative members - ()
Q
qualified acceptance
qualified bonds -
qualified privilege - ,
/ ,
qualify (for) -, -

qualifying dividend -
quantum meruit .
quantum of estate
quasi ex-contractu () -,
qui facit per alium facit per se (Lat.)
,
quid pro quo - ;
quitclaim deed
R

railway authority
rate of interest
ratio -
rationale
raw materials
real (immovable) property -
real action
real estate -
real evidence -
reality of consent -
realty
reasonable
r ebate -
rebuttal evidence -
recapitalization -
recapture - ,

receipt ,
receivables ,
reclamation of goods - ()
recording
recoupment - ,
recover the price ()
recoverable
recovery ,

recovery period -

rectification ()
red herring prospectus - (
)
redeemable ground rent -
redemption price -
redemption, to redeem -

redevelopment bonds -
,
redress
refer (to ) -
reformation - ; ()
registration statement
registry
regulate - ( );
r eimburse -
reimbursed expenses -
reimbursement (),
reimbursement of expenses -
reinsurance
reject the goods
relation back - ,
remainder ,
( ,
)

remainder beneficiary -
remand
remedial device -
remedy (-)
remittitur
removal - ( )
removal of a trustee -
removal of the goods
remuneration
rent ,
rental
renunciation ( )
repayment of supplemental unemployed compensation benefits -

replacement fund -
reported cases
reporting requirement
representation , ,
repudation ( ); ;
()
repudiate a contract ,
requisite conditions ()
res judicata ,

rescind , ()
rescission - ; ()

residence - /
resignation -
responsibility ,
restitution - ; () ;

restraint of labour ( )
restraint of trade
restricted securities - .. (
)
restrictive indorsement
restrictive legend -
restrictive trade practices
resulting trust
retably -
retail purchaser -
retail sale
retail trade
retailer
retained earnings -
retention in possession of property -
retiree benefit - (, -
)
retirement savings -
retrospective ,
return
revenue - ;

revenue authorities
reversion -

review de novo -
revocable ,
revocation - , ;
revocation (withdrawal) of authority -
reward
rigging
right of action on -
right of curtesy -

right of dower - ( )
right of publicity - (/
)
right of survivorship - ,
riots
risk (of loss)
risk of accidental damage (to) ( )
royalty - ( )
rule against perpetuities - " " (
,
, 21 , )
rules of evidence -
rbuttable presumption -
S

SA (Securities Act of 1933) - 1933.


safe harbour provision - " " ( -)
sale , -
sale of goods -
sale of goods by description -
sale of goods by sample -
sale of property -
salvage value - ( )
satisfaction - ( )
savings bank trust (Totten trust) -
savings bond - ( )
scalping - ( )
schedule - ,
scholarship -
scienter -
scintilla of evidence -
SEA (Securities Exchange Act of 1934) -
1934.
sealed instrument
seaworthy ,
SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) - . .
secondary liability ()
secret profit
secret trust - , ,

section (), ()
secured creditor -
securities -
security (for) -
segregated properly -
seize goods under a writ of fi. fa. (fieri facias)
( )
self-employed individual - , ( )
self-employment - , no
self-service store ,
separate return -
servant
service of a summons - ( )
setoff - ,
settlement cheque
settlement of contracts
settlement promotion -
severable ; syn. divisible
severally
share , ;
share of stock -
share therein ()
share warrant to bearer
shelf registration - .. (
)

ship broker ,
ship in distress ,
ships agent
shipment
shipping documents
ship's rail
shop right -
short sale -
short-swing profits - 6
short-term
short-term credit -
short-term obligations -
showing -
showing f good cause - ,

shrinkage - ,
simple contract ( )
simulated papers
single premium life insurance contract -

skill ,
slip ,
small business investment companies -

small issue bonds -

sole agent () ;

sole selling rights
solicitation - ,
special appearance - (
)
special crossing ; (..
-)
special demurrer - -
special indorsement
special verdict - ( )
specialist - ,

specialty contract
specific goods -
specific jurisdiction -
specific performance ()
specific performance
specified person
specifying of the time (of payment) ( )
speedy method of enforcement
()
spendthrift trust - ,

spin-off transaction -
spousal or child support -

stabilization -
stakeholder -
stamp ,
stamped policy ,
standard deduction -
standard form of contract of sale
standardised terms
standing trustee -
stands in shoes doctrine -
stapled entities -
state of facts
statement
statute of limitations -
statutory definition ( )
statutory notice
stipulation ,
stock ( , )
stock dividend -
stock exchange

stock held in street name - ,

stockbroker ,
stopping (revocation) of a cheque ( )
store -
straddle -

straight line method -


stranger to the contract
strict liability
strictly construe - ()
student loan bonds -
sua sponte
subject (to) , -
subject matter
subject matter (in rem) jurisdiction -
subject to -
subject to any express provision in the policy

subject-matter ()
subpoena duces tecum - ,

subrogation - cy6po,
subscribe for (shares) - ( )
subsequent authority (or ratification)

subsequent condition - ()
subsidiary -
subsidiary promise
substantive law -
successor -
suit , ,

Sunday laws (blue laws) -



superadded
supersedeas bond -

supplemental pleadings -

support a claim

surcharge .
surety ,
surrender of possession
surrounding circumstances -
surviving spouse -
system of law
T
takings clause -
tangible (corporeal) property - ("")
target company - ,
tax assessment - ,
tax attribute -
tax avoidance -
tax credit -
tax evasion -
tax haven -
tax refund - ( ,
)

tax return -
tax sale
tax shelter - ( - )
taxable income - ,
taxable year -
tax-exempt securities - ,

temporary insanity
tenancy (),
tenancy at sufferance
tenancy at will
tenancy by the entirety -
tenancy in common
tenant ; ;
tenants in common -
tender offer -
tenor (of a bill) ( )
tenure ()
term ; ;
term (of tenancy) ( )
terminable interest -
termination - , ,
territorial jurisdiction -
testator ,
tests (criteria)

the amount of the documents


the apparent order and condition of the goods ,

the Bills of Exchange Act


the body of a note
the bulk of the goods
the circumstances of the case
the common law position ()

the conduct of the parties ( )
the course of dealing between the parties ()
;
the cover of the cheque book
the deceased ,
the decision to the contrary
the duration of the arrangement

the facts of the particular case


the goods actually received
the goods remain at the seller's risk

The Hague Rules
the indemnity cannot be enforced
the insured -
the International Law Association
the issue of fact

the jettison of cargo

the law ()
The law enforces... ...
the law merchant ( )
the law of negotiable instruments ,
,
the law of tort
the law relating to corporations ,

the Limitation Act
the market is falling ()
the maxim caveat emtor "
"
the occurence of a specified condition
the occurence of an event ,
the onus of proving ()
the order of the court ,
the other (reverse) side
the other party
the price is payable on delivery

the proceeds of a resale

the rules of succession on intestacy (intestate succession rules)



The Schedule to the Act
the scope of the agent's authority

the shipper (consignor)


the size of a transaction
the Statute of Frauds
the structure and mode of annexation
the tort of negligence - ,
the transfer of possession ( )
the wording of the contract
the writ system
theft ;
theft losses - ,
thereafter ,
thereby - ,
therefor
therefrom
therein
thereupon
thief (pi.thieves) ,
threat -
through bill (of lading)
through the seller's fault
tie-in -
time for ( of) delivery
time of payment
time policy

tippee - ,

tipper, tipster - , (
)
title deeds ( )
title to ,
to transfer (negotiate) a bill by indorsement

to a specified amount
to abandon property - ( )
to abolish
to accelerate the time
to accept ,
to accept a bill
to account (for) -, -
to accrue to (a person) -, ( ),
( )
to acknowledge receipt
to acquire rights under the contract
to acquire title to ( )
to act (upon) -
to act in good faith
to act without authority
to adjudicate the rights - . -
to administer property -

to administer the trust ,

to admit of no dispute ;
to adopt the common law rule
to advertize ,
to affect , -
to affect the holder with defects of title

to affect the validity
to affirm
to alienate, to transfer -
to allow, to permit
to alter ,
to amount (to) -, -
to answer a description
to apply ,
to apply for a patent -
to arise (from) -
to arrange (for) -,
to arrange for carriage
to arrive at the true terms of the contract

to assign (, )
to assume ,
to assume an unconditional (promise) obligation to pay

to attach (, ); ()
to authorise ,
to authorise by a deed ,

to authorise expressly
to authorise
to avail oneself of the defence (that) -
(.. )
to avoid losses
to award
to bar
to bargain
to be accurate
to be allowed to sue
to be binding on smb. -,
to be blame -
to be bound
to be bound by obligations as between themselves

to be chargeable ,
to be charged by law
to be conditional on -
to be confined to -, -
to be contingent (on) -, -
to be contrary to principle

to be customary
to be deemed non-existent
to be designed (for) -
to be determinable
to be directly consequential (on) -
to be discharged from liability
to be due to
to be due to the agent's own default
to be effective
to be estopped from denying the authority

to be free from any charge or incumbrance (US: encumbrance)
- ( )
to be good .
to be guilty of -
to be haled into court -
to be held , , (
)
to be held obliged to do smth () -

to be in circulation for an unreasonable length of time



to be in operation ,
to be incompetent to contract
to be inconsistent (with) -
to be irretrievably deprived ( of ) -

to be lawfully seized of
to be liable in damages
to be liable in tort for negligence

to be liable jointly and severally

to be liable on (a contract) ( )
to be liable on the bill
to be liable on the cheque jointly with the drawer

to be liable to instant dismissal
to be liable to prosecution
to be lost ( )
to be missing
to be of an immoral nature ( )
to be of the essence
to be of unsound mind
to be operative
to be owned -
to be personally liable for -
to be prejudiced ;
to be reasonably fit to encounter perils ,
();
to be referred to
to be repayable

( )

to be subject to

-, -

to be subject to one's debts


to be sued for injuries -
to be under legal obligation ,
;
to be valid
to be wanting
to beach a vessel ( )
to bear the loss ()
to bind ,
to break, to violate, to infringe -
to bring (file, maintain) a legal action
to bring an action for damages ;
to cancel
to cancel ,
to carry on business , ( )

to cause financial loss


to cause loss
to cease to exist commercially
to claim , (, )
to certify ,
to claim damages
to claim freight
to claim under a person
-

()

to clothe an agent with authority

to come into force


to come within the definition
to commit a tort
to commit gross negligence
to communicate material facts (to) -

to complete a contract
to comply (with) , ()
to comply with obligations
to comply with the instructions on the guarantee

to comply with the statutory requirements


to condition the market -
to confer a power (on) - , -

to confer rights (on)


to conflict with -
to consider, examine, deal (with) ( - )
to constitute a contract
to consume
to contemplate ,
to contemplate proceedings (against)
-
to continue, to remain in force
to contract out
to contract to receive

to contravene , ()
to contravene the law , ; ,
to contribute (to) ( )
to convert -
to correspond (to) -
to correspond with the description
to credit an account with the amount of the cheque
to cure a default - (
)
to deal (with) , , ()
to deal with a firm
to debit an account
to declare the value of the goods
to deem , ,
to default
to defeat a trust - ;
to defraud ,
to delegate one's powers
to deliver , , (); ()
to deliver a judgment
to deliver safely
to deliver the goods on a ship
to deny a patent -
to depose smb. - -
to depreciate

to deprive a buyer of his rights (against)


-
to descend (to) ( )
to designate , ,
to deter -,
to deteriorate ( )
to determine ,
to determine ,
to devise -
to devolve upon the next of kin
to die intestate - ,
to disburse payments -
to discharge
to discharge (a debt, an obligation) , ( );
( )
to disclose the principal's identity
to discount
to dishonour
to dismiss a defendant -
to dismiss the case - ,
to displace ,
to dispose (of) -
to disregard, to ignore
to do business ,
to draw a bill of exchange on (or addressed to) a person (or bank) (
) - ( )

to earmark ,
to effect a policy
to embark on the agency
to emerge ,
to enforce ( );

to enforce a trust

to enforce one's rights ( )


to enforce payment (from) ( )
to engage
to engage staff ( )
to enjoin ()
to enter a judgement -
to enter an order -

to entrust property (to) -


to equip ,
to evade taxes -
to evolve (),
to examine and cross-examine the witness -

to exceed
to exclude by agreement
to excuse a duty -

to excuse non-compliance (with) ( )


-
to execute a deed
to exercise due diligence
to exercise the right
to exhibit goods for sale -
to exonerate ,
to expend money in the performance of his agency

to expire ( )
to extend the time
to extinguish a debt ,
to fall within
to file an objection -
to file documents , ;

to fill up a printed form


to fix a price
to flow from -
to forbear ( )
to forego -
to forfeit a right, to lose a right () -
to form a legal contract ;
to form a limited company

to free (relieve) from liability

to fulfill a condition
to furnish in writing ()
to gamble ,
to gather smb's intention -
to give notice to, to notify
to govern (or to cover)
to grant a motion -
to guard against loss ,
to handle ()
to have (perform) functions
to have a claim in respect of the loss
to have and enjoy quiet possession of the goods
( )
to have authority ,
to have effect ()
to have no claim against -;
-
to have reasonable grounds for suspecting
-
to hear cases by referral - ,

to hire a ship
to hold , ,
to hold a conference
to hold adversely to the owner
to hold estates in the land

to hold good
to hold over
to hold smb. to a promise -, -

to honour
to identify ,
to impede
to imperil
to impliedly warrant ones authority

to imply
to import ,
to impose obligations (on)
to impose taxes (up)on -
to incorporate a document by reference into a policy

to incur expenditure
to incur expenses - ( )
to incur liability ( )
to incur personal liability (for) -
to indemnify (), ,
to indemnify expenses incurred by the agent -

to indorse ,
to induce

to induce (lead) a third party to believe

to initial
to insert , ( )
to institute proceedings
to instruct ,
to insure (against) () -
to intend
to invalidate ,
to invoke ,
to issue a bill (of lading) ()
to issue a policy
to issue a process -
to issue bonds -
to issue securities -
to keep an account of transactions ( )
to keep books -
to keep the property distinct from ...
to keep within one's authority ,

to lay claim to something ; -
to lay out (money)
to list - ,
to lose one's identity ()
to make (effect) payment

to make a demand .
to make an arrangement ,
to make arrangements for carriage
to make available , ,
to make payable ()
to make payment dependent (contingent) upon some event
-
to make provision
to make representation
to make the maker liable
to man a ship
to mature ( )
to merge
to misappropriate ( )
to negative
to negotiate a bill
to negotiate a bill by delivery
( )
to negotiate a contract
to nominate a ship ( ) ;
to note (a bill)

to notify
to obtain an order ( )
to obtain payment
to occassion loss

to open a credit
to opt out - ( )
to owe a duty to smb. - -
to pay a cheque into a bank
to pay damages -
to pay over (to) () -
to peg - ,
to perform his duties
to perpetuate testimony - (
)
to place orders (with) -
to poll the jury -
to predecease (-)
to prescribe rules
to present a bill for acceptance
to present for payment
to prevail
to procure , ,
to produce this account to -
to prohibit a further negotiation of the cheque

to prosecute the voyage with reasonable dispatch

to protest a bill
to prove conclusively
to provide that (for) , (-)

to purport ,
to purport to be made ( )
to purport to do smth. -,
to put into a port
to quit ()
to quote a price
to raise the presumption
to realize the security ( )
to receive the goods into ones charge

to record
to recover , ,
to recover the price ()
to rectify ( )
to reduce to writing
to reduce to practice -
to refer disputes to arbitration
to refrain from doing smth.
to reign supreme , ,
to reimburse (), ()
to reject -
to release
to relieve a debtor of debts -
to relinquish rights

to remedy the breach (of warranty) (


)
to remise ( )
to render a person unfit

to render enforceable
to render unlawful
to renounce ( )
to repeal ()
to repudiate ( ), (),
to require performance
to rescind a contract
to rescind an agreement -
to reserve a right ( )
to restrict
to resume the course
to revoke authority ()
to run . ,
to run (as) from a date ( )
to run the business , ,
,
to satisfy a claim
to secure -
to secure the claim -
to seize goods under a writ of fi. fa. (fieri facias)
( )

to seize in execution of a judgement

to seize property -
to send by separate mails
to set aside a trust

to set forth , ()
to settle a debt ,
to sink ( );
to specify ( );
to stamp
to start an action
to start litigation
to stipulate (for) -, -
to stop a cheque
to store ,
to submit /render/ an account
to substitute (for)
to sue a party liable on the bill
to sue and be sued on the contract
to sue for the price

to sue on a contract
to sue smb. for something -
to suffer a loss ,

to suffer damage
to suffer loss through the delay
to supply
to support by consideration
to suppress the papers
to surrender the collateral - ()
to sustain (suffer, incur) a loss
to take effect
to take in execution
to take up the shares
to terminate by death or insanity -

to terminate, to come to an end -


to testify - ,
to the knowledge of the principal
to the order of a specified person ( )
to touch (upon)

(-)

to trade securities -
to transfer
to transfer the property in goods
to transfer title
to transship , ,
to turn (on) -
to turn on the normal rules of negligence

to undertake repairs
to validate a trust -

to vest in the purchaser the legal title to the property



to vest property in smb. - -
to vitiate a contract
to void a policy
to waive
to waive a breach of warranty
;
to warrant the goods
to withdraw ,
tombstone ad - ,

tools of trade -
tort ,
tort action -
tort liability
tortious claims
tortuous liability
total loss (, )
towing ,
trade ,
trade custom
trade mark

trade secret -
trade usage -
trader -
transaction - , ; ()
transfer ( )
transfer of a cheque
transferee ,
transferor , ,
transmission - , (, )
transshipment , , (
)
transverse line
trasference
Treasure Bill
trespass
trespasser
trial court -
trial de novo -
trust
trust by will, testamentary trust
trust corpus -
trust instrument -

trust inter vivos


trust property (subject-matter, res)

trustee
trustee of the bankruptcy estate -
trustor
tuition fees -
turnover -
U
uberrimae fidei ,
( );
unaffiliated expert - ,
unanticipated developments -
unassignable
unauthorized - , ;

unconditional
unconscionable -
under a contract ,
under hand
under the above-listed conditions -
under the conditions
under the Geneva Convention
undercapitalization - (
)
understated -
undertaking
underwriter 1) , ( .
); 2) ;

underwriting - ;

undisclosed principal
undivided interest
undue influence - ,
unenforceable -
unfair competition -
unharvested crop -
Uniform Commercial Code -
uniform rules ()
unilateral -
unimpeachable
United Slates trustee -
unjust enrichment -
unless and until the goods are ascertained
,
unless otherwise agreed ,

unless otherwise stated
unqualified - ()
unsatisfied judgment
unseasoned company -
unsecured creditor
unsound in principle
usage ,

use ,

usury - ,
utility patent
V
valid , ( )
valid equitable assignment ,

validity ,
valuable consideration ()
valuation -
value - , ;
value of the mortgaged property -
valued policy ( );
vendee
vendor
venire
venue ,
very little case law on the liability

vested interest - ,
vicarious liability -
villein ,
viz. (= namely)
void ,
voidable

voir dire examination of jurors -



voting power -
voyage
voyage policy
W
wager policy
wagering contract -
wagering losses - -
wages -
waive the condition
waiver
waiver of discharge - ( )
ward -
warehouse receipt -
warrant - ,
warranted equal to sample
warranty (
, )
warranty deed
wear and tear -
wharf -
whereby ,
whereunder
wholesale -

with reasonable diligence


withdrawal ,
within a reasonable time of the indorsement

within a reasonable time of the issue of the cheque

within the credits
within the meaning of the Act
without any default on his part
without neglect
without notice (knowledge)
without notice of any defect of title ,

without prejudice - .
without prejudice (to) -
without recourse ()
without the actual fault or privity (of) -
work for hire - ,
worthier title - "" ( ,
, "" , "",
)
worthless securities - ,
writ of error - " " (

, )
writ f ram norbis -
,
write down of the value - ()

wrongful death claim -


wrongfully
Y
yield - %-
yield (a larger allowance) - helpful
moscow escort for many .

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