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Ministry of Education of Russian Federation

Omsk State University


Omsk Terminology Centre

ENGLISH-RUSSIAN TERMS
ON CIVIL LAW
AND LAW OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

Omsk 2003

Compiled by S.D. Oskina, senior teacher


Editors: L.B. Tkacheva, candidate of philological science, professor
L.A. Terehova, candidate of law, an assistant professor.

English-Russian terms on civil law and law of civil procedure


/ Compiled by S.D. Oskina. Omsk, 2003. 350 p.
This dictionary is compiled on the base of general and special
dictionaries, encyclopedias, publications and periodicals appeared for
the last decade and contains about 14 000 terms and terminological
combinations.
The dictionary is intended for specialists, translators/interpreters,
teachers, postgraduates and students.

Omsk State University, 2003

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to be in abeyance(cy)

ab agendo (.) ,

abandonee 1) , ; 2) , ; 3) ,
abandonment 1) (
, . .); 2) (
); 3) , ; 4)
~ of attachment lien ( ) , ,

~ through failure to claim


~ to insurer (
)

malicious ~ (, )
abatement 1) , ,
; 2)
;
3) , , ; 4) ( ); 5) ( ,
)
~ and revival (,
)
~ of action 1) ,
, , ; 2)
~ of beguest

~ of suit

~ of tax assessment

plea in ~ () . .,

price ~
abater ,

abator 1) , ; 2) ,
abbreviate , (
)
~ of adjudication 1) (.)
; 2) ,

abdiction (abdication) (
), ( , , )
abearance 1) ; 2)


abeyance(cy) 1)

; ;
; 2) , ; 3) , ( , )
in ~ 1) , , ;
2) ( ), ( ); 3)
( )
to be in ~ (
)
7

abidance
abidance 1) , , ; 2)
ability 1) , , ; 2)
~ to act
~ to pay
~ to pay debts
~ to perform
~ to replay
~ to stand trial ()

apparent present ~

competitive ~
forecasting ~
present ~
service ~ of product ,
abintestate , ( )
abishring ,

abjudication ( , )
abjuration 1) ;
2) ( , . .)
abnegation 1) ; 2)
( , )
abnormality 1) , ; 2)
abode
fixed (settled) ~
abolishment , ,
,
abolition , ,
abolitionist , ()
abridgement 1) ;
8

2) (.)
;
3) ,
~ of damages

abroachment

abrogation , ,

express ~
( , )
implied ~
( , )
absence ,
~ cum dolo et cupla (.)
~ from court
~ from work ( )
~ without valid excuse
corporate ~ from the state
entirely voluntary ~
(; )
in the ~ of evidence

necessary ~ ;
necessary and voluntary ~ ;
probate ~ ,
sick ~ ( )
voluntary ~ ;

absentee 1) ; 2)
absenteeism 1) ;
2)

abuttal
absolution 1) , ,
; 2) ( , )
absolvitor (.) 1) ;
2)
absorption ,

cost ~
;
freight ~

abstainer ( )
abstention ( )
abstinence ,
abstract 1) , (
, ); 2)
, , , ,
~ of account
~ of evidence
~ of fine
~ of judgement

~ of record on appeal

~ of title
~ record 1) ,
, , ; 2)
amendatory ~
,
marginal ~ ,
; ; ,
abstracter ,

abuse 1) ; 2) ,
~ at law
~ of authority
~ of confidence
~ of credit
~ of discretion ;
~ of distress ,

~ of independence
~ of judicial discretion
~ of law ;

~ of legal right
~ of monopoly
~ of office
~ of power 1) ; 2)
~ of process

~ of right
child ~
crying ~
dangerous ~ (
),
judicial ~
legal ~ ,

malicious ~
abuttal 1) , ; 2)
9

abutter
abutter

accedence 1) ( ,
, ); 2)
(. ); 3)
(, )
acceleration 1)
; 2) ,
; 3) ( )
~ of estate

~ of maturity
~ of remainder = ~ of estate
acceptance 1) ; 2) ,
; 3) ,
~ for (upon) honour
~ in blank
~ of an offer (bid) ()
~ of performance ()
~ of service 1)
; 2)

~ receivable
~ supra protest
absolute ~
bankers ~
blank ~
collateral ~

general ~
parol ~
partial ~
10

qualified ~ ;
special ~
trade ~
unqualified ~
verbal ~
acceptilaton (.)

acceptor
access 1) , ;
2) (, ,
); 3) , ;
4) , ;

~ to councel

~ to court
~ to courts , ,

~ to the case
~ to the pirated work , ( )
equal ~
free ~
free ~ to and from the sea

legal ~
unlimited ~
accessibility ,
public ~ (.)
accession 1) ( ,
); 2) ( -

checking accounts
), ( ); 3) ;
(); 4)
~ to a treaty (to a convention) ()
accessory ( )
accident 1) ; 2)

~ insured
industrial ~

inevitable ~ ,

sea ~
work ~
accidental
(, )
accomenda ,



accommodation 1) ,
; 2) ; 3) , ;
4) , , ;
(); 5)
bank ~
credit ~
monetary ~ -
accompli
fait ~ (.)
accord ,
~ of satisfaction
, ;
accordance 1) , ;
2) (.: , , )
account 1) , ; 2) ;
3) ; 4) , ; 5) (pl.)

~ attached
~ current ,

~ de computo
~ in arrear
~ in trust ,
~ payable ,

~ receivable ,

~ rendered ,
; ,

~s due to customers

~s having a long time to run



~ settled
~ stated ,

accumulation ~

aggregate ~s ,

assets ~s
bank ~ ,
bear ~s

book ~ ,
budget ~s
bull ~s

business ~s , ,
capital ~
cash ~
charge ~
charge ~s

checking ~s ()
11

closed account
closed ~
closing of ~s
combined ~s
commodity ~
consolidated ~s
consumer ~
controlled (discretionary) ~ ,
correspondent ~s

corresponding ~s
current ~ ,
disbursement ~
, ( )
domestic ~s
final ~ ,
frozen ~
general ~s
impounded ~
income ~
interim ~
investments ~
joint ~
manufacturing ~
margin ~
non-segregated ~
omnibus ~
open ~
operating ~
outlay ~s ,

overhead ~
personal ~
production ~
profit-and-loss ~

property ~
reconciled ~s
retained contribution ~
revenue ~
running ~ ,
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saving(s) ~
segregated ~
settlement ~
to debit ~s ;
transfer ~ ;
; ;

transferable ~
unsettled ~s
accountability 1) , ,
; 2)
legal ~ ;

accountant 1) ; 2)
attorney-~ -
independent ~
accounting 1) , , , ; 2)
~ data of cost(s)
~ entry
~ equation
~ period ( )
~ procedures
~ system
activity ~
bank ~
business ~
cash basis ~
cost ~
income ~ ,
,
accreditation ,
multiple ~

act of omission
accreditee 1) ,
;
2) ,
accreditor 1) ;
2) ,
accretion 1) , ,
(, );
2) ; 3) ( , . . )
~ of power , ,
artificial ~ ()
natural ~
()
act 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
~ and intent concurred

~ as amended

~ colore officii ,

~ complained of
~ done , ,
~ done willingly ,
~ endangering life ,

~ injurious to the public in general , , -,
~-in-law
~ in pais ,

~ not warranted by law ,

~ of adjournal (.)

~ of attainder (.) ,

~ of bankruptcy ,
~ of civil status
~ of commission (
, )
~ of condonation ,
~ of curatory (.)
~ of dominion
( )
~ of God , -, (,
)
~ of honour

~ of indemnity


~ of insolvency ,
~ of law 1) ; 2)
; 3) ; 4)
~ of legislation ,

~ of legislature
, ,
~ of man (
)
~ of mutiny
~ of omission ,
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act of outrage
~ of outrage
~ of possession
~ of protest
,
~ of Providence -,
~ of public nature
~ of sale
~ of sederunt (.)

~ of use ; ()
~ on petition
~ or omission
~ warranted by law
abusive ~
adoptive ~ ( , )
ancillary ~ ,
authorized ~
Bankruptcy ~ (BA)
bilateral ~
continuous ~
discrimination ~
,
disparaging ~s
excusable ~ ,
final ~
forbidden ~
Futures Trading Commission ~

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Grain Futures ~
hodge-podge ~ ,

injurious ~ , ,
internationally wrongful ~ -
judicial ~
juristic ~
justifiable ~ , /

justified ~ ,
-
lawful ~ ,
legal ~ 1) ,
; 2)
legislative ~ ,
;
ministerial ~ ,
,
multilateral ~
negative ~ 1) ;
2)
negligent ~ ,

notarial ~ 1) ;
2) ,
official ~ ,
omnibus ~ ()

open ~ , ,

particular ~
positive ~ (
)
prior ~ ,
private ~ ; ;
,

action ex contractu
public ~ 1) , ;
2) ,
Securities Exchange ~ (SEA)

single ~ ()

special ~ ; ,
survival ~

tortious ~ , ,
Trade Expansion ~ (TEA)
unauthorized ~
unilateral ~
validating ~ (.)
( )
voidable ~
voluntary ~
wrongful ~ , ,
actio (.) , ,

~ arbitraria (.) , ,

~ calumnial
~ civilis (.)
~ commodati (.) ,

~ communi dividundo (.)


~ condictio indebitati (.)
,

~ contrario (.)
~ damni injuria (.) ,
~ depositi contrario (.)
~ depositi directa (.)

~ directa (.)
~ empti (.) ,

~ familiase eriscundae (.)

~ perse (.) ,
~ personalis (.)
~ pro socio (.)
~ rescissoria (.)
~ temporalis (.)
~ utilis (.)
~ venditi (.)
action 1) , , ; 2) , ; 3) , ; 4) , , ,
; 5) ,
, ; 6) (.)

~ against the state
~ against the United States
~ at common law 1) ,
( , ); 2)

~ at law
~ brought (, , )
~ ex contractu (.)
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action ex delicto
~ ex delicto (.) , ; ,
~ for ascertainment

~ for battery
~ for conspiracy ,
~ for contributing patent infringement

~ for damages
~ for declaration of a right
~ for declaratory judgement
~ for determination of adverse claims
,
~ for divorce
~ for exoneration
~ for libel ,

~ for mesne profit(s)
,
~ for money had and received

~ for partition ( )
~ for recovery of possession

~ for restitution
~ for separate maintenance (
, )
~ in contract
~ in equity ,
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~ in personal
~ in quo warranto (.) , ,
~ in rem
~ in tort , ;
,
~ lies
~ of assize ,

~ of assumpsit (, )
~ of book account

~ of book debt

~ of conversion

~ of covenant
~ of debt

~ of detinue

~ of ejectment

~ of forcible entry (
)
~ of local nature (.)
(

)
~ of mandamus

~ of rescission
(, )
~ of trespass ; -

formed action

~ of trover
~ of writ ,
~ on request
~ on the case ( , )
~ over
~ quasi in rem
~ rescissory 1) ; 2)
~ to quiet title
accessory ~ , ,
advisory ~ (.)
affirmative ~ 1) , ; 2) (
)
amicable ~ ;
,
ancestral ~ ,

ancillary ~
antitrust ~ (.)

civil ~ ;
class ~ (
, ,
)
coercive ~s ;

common law ~ ,
;
compensatory ~

concerted ~ ,
consumer class ~
contested ~ 1) ;
2) ,
copyright infringement ~ ,
corrective ~ (, , )
counter ~
court ~ ;
cross ~
cumulative ~
customer ~ ,

declaratory ~ (.) ,
derivative ~
disciplinary ~
domestic relations ~
droitural ~
enforcement ~
enticement ~ ,
environmental ~
equitable ~ ,

federal ~
feigned (fictitious) ~
()
formed ~

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frivolous action
frivolous ~ ,

governmental ~ ,
hypothecary ~ (.) ,
illegal ~
independent ~ ,

joint ~ 1) ;
2) ( )
judicial ~
juratory ~
law enforcement ~
legal ~
local ~ ,
matrimonial ~
mixed ~ , -
mock ~ ()
nullity ~
office ~ (.) ( )
ordinary ~
original ~
pending ~
personal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3)
petitory ~ 1) ;
2) (.)
popular ~ ,

possessory ~
preventive ~ ;
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price-fixing ~ (.)
()
principal ~ ()
probate ~
quia timet ~ ,
,
real ~ 1) ; 2)
recourse ~
redhibitory ~ - (
)
regulatory ~ ,

remedial ~ (
);
representative ~
, ( ,
)
rescissory ~ (), (
)
revocatory ~
(., , )
secondary ~
separate ~ ,

separation ~
several ~s ; ,

statutory ~ ,
subsequent ~
test ~ (,
)
to bring (take) an ~ against somebody
-

address for service


tort ~ ,
transitory ~ 1) (,

); 2) ,

unmaintainable ~

vexatious ~ ( ),
actionability ,
,
activity , ,

~ies 1) ; 2)
business ~
coercive ~ies
competitive ~
concerted ~ ,
delinquent ~ies , ()
deviant ~ies , ( , , ) ,
dummy ~
illegal ~ies ,
improper ~ies (, )
infringing ~
lawful (legal, legitimate) ~ies ,
noncoercive ~ies

overall business ~

priority ~ies
unlawful ~ ,
actor 1) , ;
2) ; 3) ,
~ in rem suam ( . . ),
, , ( . . )
acts , (
)
actuality , ,
actuals 1) (,
); 2) ( ); 3)
Actus Dei (.)
, -; -
actus reus (.)
(
)
addition(s) 1) ; ; 2) ;
~ to patent 1) ; 2)

additionals
address 1) ; 2) ;
3) ,
,

~ for service ,
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address in case of need


~ in case of need
( )
business ~ ;

de jure ~
dummy ~
false ~
legal ~
substituted ~ ( )
addressee
adduction 1) , (); 2) , ()
adeem , ,
ademption 1) ,
,
; 2) ,
; 3)
( -); ,
adherence 1) (,
. .); 2) (.) ; 3)
adhesion 1) ; 2) ( )
adiratus (.)

adjournal 1) , ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) (.)

adjournment 1) ; 2) ; 3) ( . .)
~ in eyre (.) ( )
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~ of proceedings ,

~ sine die (subject to call, without day)
,

final ~ ()
temporary ~ ()
adjudgement 1) ,
; 2) , ( );
3) ()
adjudication 1) /; /; 2) , ; 3)
; 4) (.)

; 5) , ,
( )
~ in bankruptcy
~ of claim
articulate ~ (.)

compulsory ~
delinquent ~
international ~
involuntary ~ ()
juvenile ~

juvenile ~ of witness
local ~

administration cum testamento annexo


prior ~

voluntary ~ ()

adjudicator ,
adjudicature 1) , , ( );
2) , ,
,
adjunct

adjunction ( )
ad jura regis (.) ( , , , , ;
,
)
adjuration 1) ;
2) ; 3)
adjuster 1) ; 2) ;
3)
average ~
claim ~ ,

insurance ~
adjustment 1) ; 2) , ; 3) ,
; 4) ,
; 5) , ; 6)
~ for change in the account

~ of claim
~ of difference
~ of disputes

~ of the average (.)

amicable ~ ,
average ~ ;
dollar ~ (
)
downward/upward ~ /
exchange ~s ,

salary ~
ad litem () 1) ; 2)
admeasurement 1) ; 2) , ,
( )
~ of dower
~ of homestead ,
~ of pasture
adminicle ,

administration 1) ( );
2) , (); 3) ( ), (); 4) , ( ); 5) ;
6) (.)
~ ad colligendum ( )
~ ad litem

~ cum testamento annexo

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administration de bonis non


(
)
~ de bonis non
~ durante absebentis
~ durante animo vito

~ durante minoritate administratoris


~ in bankruptcy ,
~ minor actate ,

~ of bankrupts estate
,

~ of complaints
~ of estate
()
~ of justice
~ of law ,
~ of legislation
~ of patents ,
~ of the oath ;

~ of trust estate ,
~ pendente absentia
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~ pendente lite
~ pendente minoritate executoris
~ without probate
ancillary (auxiliary) ~
,

domiciliary ~ ,
general ~


judicial ~ ( ,
)
law enforcement ~
Letters of A~
marital ~

personnel ~
principal ~
,
public ~
regular ~

special ~


administrator 1) ; 2) , , ; 3)
; 4)

conditional admissibility
~ ad collogendum ( )
~ ad litem

~ cum testamento annexo ( )
~ de bonis non
~ durante absenta
~ durante animo vito
,

~ durante minori altate


~ durante minoritate administratoris

~ in buncruptcy
~ of absentee ,

~ of decedents estate

~ pendente absentia

~ pendente lite
~ pendente minoritae executoris



~ with the will annexed ( )
ancillary ~ ; ,
,
appointed ~

court ~
domiciliary ~ ,
elected ~
general ~

principal ~
public ~
regular ~

special ~

temporary ~

administratrix ; ,
admiralty 1) ;
2)
admissibility
~ of evidence
conditional ~
( )
23

limited admissibility
limited ~
()
admission(s) 1) ; 2) (); 3)
~ against interest

~ by a person in privity with a party in
litigation ,
~ by bail ;
~ by conduct ( )
~ by demurrer

~ of case

~ to probate ()
adoptive ~ ,
bar ~ ()
extra-judicial ~
formal ~
; ( )
formal ~ at the trial
formal ~ by letter ,

formal ~ in answer to a notice to admit
facts

formal ~ in answer to interrogatories

,
24

incidextal ~s
informal ~ ,
( )
judicial ~
limited ~
()
out-of-court ~
plenary ~

tacit ~ ,
vicarious ~
admittance 1) ( ,
); 2)
admonition 1) ;
2) , ; 3) (.) ,
admortization (.)

adolescence
( )
adolescent
adoptee , ;
adopter
adoption 1) ; 2) (, ); 3) , ( )
~ arrogatio
~ by acknowledgement

advertising
~ by agreement ,
~ by deed ,
~ by estoppeb
~ of child
~ of foreign corporation

~ of judgement ()
~ of statute
foreign ~
sham ~

adpromissor (.) ,
adrogation ,
adult 1) 16 ; 2) 12 ; 3) ; ,
(1821 )
young ~ (.) ( 18 21 )
adulter
adulteration ,
adulterator
adulterer ,

adulteress ,
adultery , , ,
( ), ( )

incestuous ~
living in ~ (
)
to commit ~
advance 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) , ()
~ free of interest
cash ~
freight ~
outstanding ~
price ~ ,
advancement 1) ; 2) (.)
( )
advantage 1) ; ; 2) ; 3) ,
collateral ~
mutual ~
unlawful ~
adventure 1) ; 2) ; 3)
gross ~
,
joint ~
marine ~ (, )
adversary , ()
~ of record
adverser ,
advertisement , ,

legal ~
advertising ,
25

advertising exposure
~ exposure
competitive ~
consumer ~
direct ~
direct-mail ~
eye-catching ~ ,
follow-up ~
front-page ~

full-page ~

industrial ~
informative ~
institutional ~
nobile ~

outdoor ~
press ~
advice 1) , ,
; 2) , ()
~ of collection
~ of deal

~ of right
independent ~
investment ~
legal ~
shipping ~
advisement 1) , ; 2)
~ of rights
( )
adviser ,
legal ~ ,

26

advocacy 1) ; 2) ;
3)
individual ~ ()

advocate 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
~ depute (.)
A~ General
( )
consumer ~
crown ~ ( )
Kings (Queens) A~
(
)
petty ~ ,
advocation 1)
;
2) (.)

advocator 1) (.) ;
2)
afeerer ,

afeerment 1)
(., ); 2)
affiance 1) , ;
2) ,
affiant 1) ,
();
2) , , ; 3) ,
()
affidavit ,
~ ad merits ,

agate
~ for attachment ,


~ in forma pauperis (.) (

)
~ of absence of matrimonial inpediments


~ of circulation (.)
,
~ of copyright claimant
(
, )
~ of defence /
~ of good faith
~ of good name (.)
( )
~ of merits

~ of no collusion (
)
~ of notice ,
~ on demurer
~ out-of-court ~
~ to hold to bail
~ upon information and belief , ,

opposing ~
supporting ~ ( )
to swear an ~

to take an ~
transcribed ~ ,
affiliation 1) , ( );
2) ; 3) ;
4) ,

affinity 1) ,
; 2) (.) ,
realated by ~
affirmance 1) , ; 2) ( )
~ of judg(e)ment , ( )

affirmant , ( )
affirmation 1) , ; 2) ( .);
3) (, )
~ of fact
affreighter
affreightment
affront
deliberate ~
afterbirth , ( )
agate
27

age
age 1) ; 2) ;
3)
~ at recruitment (.) ()
~ of consent (to marriage)

~ of discretion ,
~ of election ,


~ of incapacity 1) ; 2) ,

~ of majority
~ of marriage
~ of nurture (
)
~ of patent (.)
(, ,
)
~ of puberty
~ of reason
advanced ~
arbitrary ~ ()
finished ~
first ~ (
)
full ~
juvenile court ~ ,

lawful ~
legal ~ 1) ; 2) ,
legal drinking ~ ,

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of ~
retiring ~ ;
sufficient ~ ,

to be of ~
to be under ~ ;
voting ~ ,

agency 1) (, ); 2) ; 3) ; 4) ( /); 5) ; ; 6) ;
~ by estoppel

~ by operation of law
~ by ratification

~ coupled with an interest 1) , , ; 2)
~ of a broker
~ of necessity 1)
; 2)

advisory ~
bail ~ 1) , ;
2)
civil enforcement ~
collection ~
customs ~

commission agent
exclusive ~
( )
executing ~ -, -
executive ~

express ~
general ~ ()
human ~ , ( ),
implied ~ ,
,

insurance ~
international ~
judicial ~ ,

law enforcement ~ 1)
; 2) ; 3) ; 4)
legal ~ ,

legal aid ~ ,
lending ~
local ~ ;
mercantile/trade ~ ,
non-cabinet ~

non-judicial ~ ()

non-profit ~
ostensible ~
patent ~
personnel ~
port ~
pretrial services ~ () ,
,

probation ~
public ~
quasi-jud icial ~
,
regulating ~ (.)

sea-bed resource ~
shipping ~
ships ~
special ~ ()

spontaneous ~
, ( )
universal ~ ,
voluntary ~

agenda
agent 1) ; 2) ;
3) , ; 4) ,
~ by appointment ,
~ by contract ,

advertising ~
authorized ~
chartering ~

commercial ~ ; ;
commission ~ ;
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common agent
common ~ ,
del credere ~ ,

forwarding ~
free ~ ,

freight ~
insurance ~
law ~ 1) , ;
2) (.) (, )
legal ~
local ~
managing ~ -
marine ~
patent ~
private ~ ()
public ~
real estate ~

selling ~
ship ~
shipping ~
social insurance ~
special ~ , () ;
statutory ~ ,

supply ~
travelling ~ (.)
universal ~
,
vicarious ~ ,
aggravation 1) ; 2) ()
~ of damages
aggregate
aggregation (.) ,
30

;
agistment (
)
agnate 1) ,
; 2) ,
agnation 1) , ; 2)

agrarium
agration (.)
agreeance (.) 1) ; 2) ,
agreement 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ approved by treaty (.) ,
~ by parol ,
~ by specialty 1)
; 2)

~ for insurance
~ in writing
~ of conveyance
~ of lawsuit
~ of marriage
~ of unlimited duration

~ to sell
accessorial ~
aleatory ~ ,
amending ~
.
amicable ~

national agreement
antenuptial ~
( )
arbitration ~
area ~ ,
bare ~ (. .
,
)
basic ~
bilateral ~
by mutual ~
clearing ~
collateral ~
collective (bargaining) ~ (
)
collusive ~ ,
()
commodity ~
consummated ~
coproduction ~
court-approved ~ ,
debt cancellation ~
deep-sea-bed mining ~

devolution ~
(, )
double taxation ~
draft ~
employment ~
enforceable ~ ,
executed ~

executory ~
express ~
gentlemen(s) ~ 1)
; 2)
hire-purchase ~
hybrid trade secret and patent ~ -
implied ~ ; , ;
inchoate ~
indemnification ~
interim ~ ;

leasing ~
legislative-executive ~ 1) (.) ; 2) ,
letting ~ ,

licensing ~
marital separation ~ ,
( )
marriage property ~ - ,

model ~
multilateral ~
mutual ~
national ~ ,

31

non-disclosure agreement
non-disclosure ~ (.,
- , )
oral ~ ,
parol ~ 1) ; 2) ,
payment(s) ~
plea ~ (.)
(
)
post-nuptial ~
,
pre-existing ~

procedural ~
profit-sharing ~
project ~
publishers (publishing) ~ ,
reciprocal trade ~
regional ~
safeguards ~
salvage ~ ,

sentence-recommendation ~ (.)
(
)
seperation ~
skeleton ~ 1) ;
2) ,
stand-still ~ - ;

32

substituted ~
sweetheart ~
system ~ ( )
tacit ~
tariff ~
tentative ~ ,
trade and payment ~

trust ~
verbal ~ 1) ; 2)
working ~ ,

agressor ;
~ corporation -
( )
aid 1) ; 2) ; 3) (, ,
-,
); 4) (pl., .)
~ and advice in legal matters , ,
~ and comfort
~ with strings ,

civil legal ~ ,
credit ~
disinterested ~
economic ~
federal ~ (.)
gratis ~
legal ~
mutual ~

alienation in mortmain
overseas ~
pecuniary ~
selling ~s ( )
state ~
aide (.)
junior ~
senior ~
aide-memoire (.)
aider 1) , , ; 2) ; 3) ;
~ by verdict ,
aid-prayer 1) (., .) ; 2)
-
aids 1) ;
2) ; 3) (.) ,
advertising ~
automatic ~

briefing ~
collision avoidance ~
()
navigational ~ ;
aim ; ;
~ justified
~ unjustified
akin
alderman , ;
/
aldermanry 1) ;
2) ; 3) ,

aldermanship
alferation
verbal ~

alibi
corroborated ~
dubious ~
ironclad ~ (.)
plausible ~ ,
proved ~
questional ~ ,
questioned ~
substantiated ~
time-card ~ ,

unquestionable ~
unquestioned ~
withdrawn ~
alien
~ born
amy ~ ;
() ,

objectionable ~s
resident ~ -,
undocumented ~ ,
alienability
alienage 1) ; 2) ,

alienation 1) (); 2)
~ in mortmain (,
. .
)
33

alienation of affection
~ of affection ,

~ of affections (
)
fraudulent ~ 1) , ;
2)
illicit ~
alienator , ,
alienee 1) ,
, ;
2)
alienor ,
aliment (.) ; (-)
alimony , ;

~ in general ()
,
~ in gross ()
~ pendente lite (
)

accrued ~
ad interim ~
permanent ~
temporary ~
alios acta (.)
alius (.)
allegata et probata (.)
allegation ,
34

~ in pleading
~ of appeal
~ of faculties ( )
~ upon information and belief ,

alternative (disjunctive) ~ , ( )
negative ~

positive ~
primary ~
allegiance 1) ; 2) , ; 3) , , ; 4) (.)
,
temporary ~ ,

to change ~
;
alliance 1) , ; 2) ; 3) , ; ; 4)
allision ( , , , , , )
allocation ,
; ; ; ;

~ of charges
~ of profits
~ of seats within
( , . .)
overhead ~ (.)

relocation allowance
allocatur exigent (.) (.)

allodia (.) ( )
allodium ,

allograph
;
allonge (.) ; , ( )
allotment 1) , , ; , ; ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) (.) ( . .); 5) (.) ,


~ of land
service ~ ()

allottee 1) -
; 2)
allowability ,
~ in one patent
() ( )
allowance 1) ; ; ; 2) , ; 3) ; 4) ; 5) , ; 6) , ;
7) ,
(-, -)
~ by court (, . .)

~ by creditor
~ of alimony
~ of appeal
~ of owelty
~ pendente lite

,
~ to member of armed forces (
, ,
)
additional ~s (of costs)

assignment ~ ;

attendance ~
book ~ ()
compassionate ~

cost-of-living ~
(
)
daily ~ ,
dependents ~
dress ~ ()
entertainment ~

family ~
hospitality ~
language ~
maternity ~

official ~ 1) ;
2)
per diem ~ ,
relocation ~ ,

35

responsibility allowance
responsibility ~
retirement ~
special ~ ( )

spoilage ~
superannuation ~
temporary ~
(

)
travelling ~ 1) ; 2)
treatment ~
welfare ~
widows ~
allusion 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
alluvion 1) , , ;
2) ,
ally
almshouse ,
( )
alta emormia (.)
(
)
altas (.) ; ,
~ dictus (.) ;

alter
alteration 1) ; 2)
; 3) ( )
~ of contract
~ of instrument
authors ~
colorable ~ ( )
36

fraudulent ~ ()

verbal ~

altercation 1) ; 2)
alter ego (.) ; ;
alter-idem (.) ;

alternat
alternate 1) ; 2) (, ),
alternative , ;

sensible ~
amalgamation 1) ,
; 2) (.) ,
;
~ of business
production ~
ambidexter (.) ,
ambidexterity
ambiguity , ;
~ upon the factum
deliberate ~
latent ~ , ,
patent ~ 1)
(); 2) ,

ambi(o)dexter 1) (.) ,

amicus curiae
; 2) ,
ambit , ;
~ of protection
amenability 1) ( ), ; 2) ,
amende honorable (.) 1) ; ,
; 2)
amendment 1) ( , . .); 2) ( ,
. .); 3) , ; 4)
~ as of course
~ by compulsion

~ of income tax return

~ of judgement

~ of pleading

~ of statute

~ on courts own motion
~ to conform to proof
committee ~ ,

consequential ~ ,
draft ~
drafting/formal ~

earlier ~

floor ~ ,
procedural ~ -
substantive ~ -
trial ~ ,
amends , ,

amenity 1) , ; 2) ,
();
3) ; 4) ;

common ~ies
amercement 1) ;
2) ( , )
amercer ,
amicus curiae (.) 1) ,
,

; 2)
,
37

amission
;
3) , ,
amission
amortization 1) (
); 2)
; 3) ; 4)

amotion 1) ;
2)

( )
amount 1) , , ;
2)
~ covered
~ d emand ed
()
~ due
~ in arrear

~ in cash
~ in controversy/in dispute
,
~ of balance
~ of business
~ of invention (.) ,
~ of judgement
~ of loss
~ of prior use (.)
~ of settlement ()
()
~ of tax
~ realized
~ to settle
()
capital ~
ceiling ~
floor ~
gross ~ ;
38

maximum ~ ( )
minimum ~ ( )
outstanding ~
principal ~ , ;
settled ~ () ()
total ~
ampliation

amy ,

anagraph ;
analysis ; ;
~ of accounts
~ of statement
fundamental ~
price ~
analyst (.) ,
anatocism(us) 1) ; 2)
ancestor 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
, ;
4)
ancestral ,
ancestry ,
anchorage 1) ;
2)
ancient (.)
ancienty
ancillary -

annus deliberandi

anglid (.)
anhlote ( ,
)
anientisement ;
animus (.) ,
~ injurandi (.) ,
annates (., .)

annex 1) , ;
2)
~ to the freehold ,
~ to the realty ,
annexation 1) ; ; ; 2) ,
actual ~
authorized ~ (,
)
constructive ~ 1)
; ,
; 2) ,
creeping ~ ,

forcible ~
physical ~
unauthorized ~ (, ),
annihilation

annotation 1) ,
; 2)
announcement ; ;
annua ,

annualization

annuel (.)
;
annuitant , ,
annuity 1) , , , ; 2)
~ for education
~ for maintenance
bank ~
life ~ ,
refund ~

simple (straight) ~
( )
term ~
annulment 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
~ of marriage
( , )
annuo reditu (., .)

annus deliberandi (.)
(,
)
39

anomy
anomy (.) ,
anonym 1) ,
, , ; 2) ,

anonymity
answer 1) ; 2) ;
3)
; (
); 4)
~ by affidavit
( , )
~ in bar

~ in the affirmative

~ in the negative
amended ~

compeliable ~ , ( )
conclusive ~ , ,
double ~
evasive ~
false ~ , ( ,
)
final ~
frivolous ~ 1) ; 2) ,
; 3)

incriminatory ~
original ~
self-incriminating ~ ,

sham ~ , ( ,
)
40

supplemental ~
answerability ;

antagonist , ;

antecedent
antecessor 1) ; 2) ; 3)
antenati (pl.) ,
,

antichresis ,

anticipation 1) ,
(-);
2) ; 3) -
; 4) (.)
~ of income
~ of payment
mere paper ~ (.)
antigraphy /
antimerger ,
antinomy ,

antiquity
~ of tenure , ,

antitrust 1) (.)
; 2)
, ; ; 3)
apograph

reguired appearance
apolide , ,

apostles
( )
apparency
apparitor
;
appeal 1) ,
, ; 2) ;
3) ; ; 4)

~ (as) of right ,

~ by allowance
~ by defendant
~ by government ,
~ lies to
~ of leave ,

~ to the country

( )
administrative ~ 1) ; 2)
by way of ~ ,
consolidated ~s ,
cross ~
devolutive ~ ,
frivolous ~
initial ~

interlocutory ~ ,
leapfrog ~ ( )
lord of ~ ,
petition for ~ ,

review ~
right of ~ ( )
separate ~
statutory ~ ,

supervisory ~ ( )
without ~

appearance 1) ; ;
2) ; 3) ; 4)
~ by attorney
~ by councel
~ de bene esse -

~ gratis

corporal ~
count ~
general ~

initial ~
optional ~ (
)
reguired ~
41

special appearance
special ~
(
)
appellant , ; ,
multiple ~s (
)
separate ~
appellate (.) , ( )
multiple ~s (
)
appellator ,
appendant 1) , ; 2) ;
appendix 1) ; ; 2) , /
applicability ( , )
territorial ~ ( )
time ~ ( )
private ~ (.) , ( -)
subsequent ~ (.) ; ,
applicant ,
~ for the order , (
)
additional ~
international ~ (.)
joint ~
42

application 1) (,
. .); 2) , , , ; 3)
~ for a foreign patent
~ for a job

~ for a patent ,
~ for a stay
~ for leave
~ for payment ()
~ for perpetuation of testimony
~ for restoration (
)
~ for revocation (.) ,

~ for urgency ,

~ in issue (., .) ,
;
~ in the home country

~ of rules
abandoned ~ (.)
allowed ~ 1) ; 2) (.)
caveat ~ (.)
continuation ~ (.)
,
copending ~ (.)
( ), -

non-career appointment


dilatory ~
( )
divisional ~ (.)
dragent ~ (., .)
( , ,
)
ex parte ~ , ,

ex post factor ~ , ,
foreign ~ 1) (.) , ; 2) ,

forfeited ~ (.) ,
indiscriminate ~
individual ~ (.)
industrial ~ (.) ,
internal ~ (.) ,
international ~ 1) ; 2) (.) ,

laid-open ~ (.) ()
licene ~ ,
parent ~ (.) , ,
pendent ~ (.) ,
reissue ~ (.)
;

related ~ (.) (., )


relators ~ ,
retroactive (retrospective) ~ of law

service mark ~
appointee 1) ;
2)
ad interim ~ 1) ; 2)
appointment 1) , ( ); 2) , ;
3) ; 4) ;
5)
~ durante absentia ,

~ for life ()
~ public
~ to office
general ~ 1)
; 2)
judicial ~ 1)
; 2)
junior shadow ~ (.)
legislative ~

multiple ~ 1) ( ); 2)
non-career ~

43

power (right) of appointment


power (right) of ~ ( ,
)
probationary ~
recess ~ 1)
; 2) ,

resign ~ ( )
senior shadow ~ (.)
specific ~ 1)
; 2)
subordinate ~
superior ~
appointor ,

apportionment 1) ; 2)
appraisal ; ;
; ;
;
appraisement ;
,
appraiser ;
general ~
appreciation ; ; ;
();
~ in value
apprentice 1) (.) , 16 ; 2) ,
44

apprenticeship 1) (
); 2) ; 3)
approach 1) ;
; 2)
(
); 3) ,
collision ~ ,
()
piecemeal ~ ;
(, )
prior claim ~ (.) , , ,

whole content ~ (.) , (
) ,

approbation ; ;

appropriation 1) ; , ; 2) ; 3) ; ; ( ); 4) ( )
~ of payments

~ of property
actual ~ of property ,
budgetary ~s
consolidated ~s
ostensible ~ of property
personal ~

coastal sea-bed economic area


supplementary ~s

tacit ~ of property
visible ~ of property
appropriation-in-aid ;
approval ; ;

~ by acclamation
~ by (of) the court
House ~ ()

judicial ~
approximation
~ of laws
appurtenance 1)
; 2) , (-)
,
apron ;
;

arbiter ,
arbitrability

arbitrage ,
classical ~ (pure ~)
risk ~
arbitrament
,
~ and award
,

arbitrariness ,
arbitration 1) , ; 2)
-

; 3) ,

~ of exchange ,
ad hoc ~
adjudicative claims ~
commercial ~
common law ~

compulsory ~
labour ~ ,
mixed ~ (
)
private ~
state ~
arbitrator ,
additional ~ () ( ,

)
original ~ ,

sole ~
archdeacon (.) ( , )
area 1) , ; 2) , ; 3) ; 4) (the ~) (
)
~ for investigation
anchorage ~
coastal sea-bed ~

coastal sea-bed economic ~
45

congested area
congested ~ ()
depressed (distressed) ~
development ~ ,

dollar ~
equidistance ~
free trade ~
international sea ~

international sea-bed ~
spending ~
standard metropolitan statistic ~
(.)
sterling ~
strategic trust ~
argument 1) , ; 2) , ; 3) , ; 4) , ,

~ on a motion

~s to the jury
close (closing) ~ ,
convincing ~
correlative ~s
extraneous ~
oral ~ ,
out-of-the-way ~ ,

private ~ , ,
sound ~
46

unconvincing ~
unsound ~
argumentation 1) ,
; 2)
argumentativeness 1) ; ; 2)
arles
arless-penny
arm 1) ; 2) ;
; 3) ; ; 4) (pl.)
~ of law ;
~s of alliance ,
assumptive ~s ,
enforcement ~

arraigment ()

arrangement 1) , ; 2) ; 3) ,
~ of specification (.)

~s 1) ; ; 2) ; 3) ;
antenuptial ~
( , )
bicameral ~
collective ~
extended-term ~
family ~
financial ~s ,
;
paper ~
transitional ~s
verbal ~

free articles
array 1) ; 2) ; ()
~ of coroners jurors
~ of grand jurors

~ of jurors ( )
arrears ; ;
;
~ of interest
arrest 1) , ;
2) (.) , ,
; 3) ; 4) ;
5) ;
6)
~ de prince (.)
(
)
~ of inquest
~ of judgement 1) ; 2)
~ of ship
~ on civil process

citizens ~ ()

arrestee (.) ,

(, )
arrester 1) , ,
; 2) ,


arrestment (.) 1) ,
; 2)
,

,
arrival , ; ,
()
arrogantion 1) ; 2)
article 1) , , ;
2) , ,
final ~
shipping (ships) ~s

trademark ~ , ,
articles 1) ; 2) ; 3) , ;
4) ; ; 5) ;
() ; 6) ; 7)
~ approbatory (.)
,
~ improbatory (.)
,
~ of agreement
~ of apprenticeship ;
~ of association
, ,
~ of merchandise
~ of set (.)
~ of the Navy -
~ of the peace 1)
; 2) ( )
~ of war
free ~ 1) , ; 2) , ; 3) ,

47

infringing articles
infringing ~ (.)
; ,

marriage ~ , ( )
non-infringing ~ (.) - ; ,

preliminary ~
proprietory ~ ,

punitive ~ ,

shipping ~

artifice , ,
ascendant
ascent (
)
ascertainment 1) , , ; 2) (, )
~ of facts
judicial ~ ()
asportation (),

assault

~ and battery
assaulter , () ()
assemblage 1) , ;
2) ,
assembly 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
A~ General

~ of proof
judicial ~
48

assent 1) ; ;
2) , ; 3)
constructive ~
mutual ~ ,
assertion 1) ; 2) , , (); 3)
~ of right
forcible ~ of (private) life ;
naked ~
out-of-court ~ ,

post-testamentary ~ ,

testimonial ~

assessment 1) , ;
2) (); ; , ; 3) (.)
; 4) ; 5)
~ for a tax
~ of compensation
assessor 1)
( ); 2) , ,
. .; 3) ; 4) ,
claim ~

asset , , ;

assets 1) ; ; 2) ; 3) ;
; 4) (), , ; 5)

assignment of responsibility
~ and liabilities

~ formation
()
~ per descent ,
bankruptcy ~
business ~
capital ~ ;
circulation ~
current ~ ;
depletable ~
depreciable ~
equitable ~ ,
fictitions ~
fixed ~
inflation of capital ~

intangible ~
(, , )
legal ~ ,


legitimate ~
material ~ -

matrimonial ~ ,

personal ~
,

productive ~
property ~

real ~
tangible ~ ,
,
wasting ~ () ,
working ~
asseveration , ;
assign ,
heirs and ~s
assignability ,
assignation ,
( )
assignee 1) ; 2) ; 3) , , ; 4)
~ in bankruptcy
~ of patent (.)
assignment 1) (), , ; 2) (), , ; 3) ; ; 4) ;
5) (, );
6) , . .
~ for the benefit of creditors

~ of a contract
~ of copyright

~ of counsel
~ of dower

~ of errors (on appeal)

(
)
~ of responsibility
49

assignment of stock
~ of stock
~ of sums
~ of wages
~ to a position
~ with preference

absolute ~ ()
case ~
equitable ~
general ~ 1)
; 2)
legal ~
mesne ~
official ~ 1) ; 2)

organic ~
preferential ~
responsible ~
voluntary ~

assignor , () ;
assise (assize) 1) ,
; 2) (pl., .)
; 3) ; 4)
; 5)
; 6) , , ,
~ of nuisance
50

assiser (assizer) 1) - ; 2) ; 3)

assisor (.)
assistance ,
counselling ~
judicial ~
legal ~
mutual ~
old-age ~
assistant ,

~ judge
legal ~
legislative ~

staff ~
assize ;

associate 1) , ; ; ; ;
2) (.)
association 1) , ,
; ( ); 2) (.) ; 3)

~ of Stock Exchange-Firm

affiliated broker ~
American Arbitration ~
American Bankers ~

American Bar ~

attachment
American Economic ~

bar ~
beneficial ~ ()
beneficiary ~
benefit ~
building and loan ~ -
corporate ~ ()

employer/employee ~
/
Federal National Mortgage ~
fund ~
Futures Industry ~ (FIA)

housing ~ -

joint stock ~
memorandum of ~
National Futures ~ (NFA)

saving and loans ~ -
state bar ~ (
)
stock ~
unincorporated ~ ,

assumpsit 1) ; 2)

(,
); 3)

~ of debt ,

common ~
express ~
general ~
indebitatus ~
special ~ 1) ; 2)
assumption 1) (, , , , ); 2) , ;
3)
assurance 1) , ;
2) ; 3) , ; 4) (
); 5)
; 6)
foreign contract ~
life ~
whole life ~

assured 1) ; 2)
assurer
astipulation 1)
; 2) , ,

asylum 1) ; 2) ;
3) ()
attachment 1) ();
2) (, ,
. .); 3)
; 4) ,
; 5) ;
6) , , 51

attachment of insurance
; 7)
~ of insurance ,
( )
~ of risk ,

( )
ancilliary ~
domestic ~ 1)
, ; 2)
,

foreign ~ 1) , ; 2)
, ;
3) ( )
precautionary ~
;
attack
collateral ~

inutility ~ (.) ()

attainder
( , , , , , )
attaint (.) 1) ,
, 52

; 2) ,

autrefois ~ (., .)

attendance ( ),
~ of witness ( )
compulsory ~
( )
voluntary ~ ( )
attendant 1) ( ); 2)
attentat(e)
, ,
,
attenuation ()
atterminement (.)
attest 1) , ; 2) , -
attestant 1) ,
(- ); 2)
attestation 1) , (, );
2) , ; 3) ;
4) ( . .)
~ of will
~ of witness
notarial ~
attestor ; , -
attorney 1) ; ; 2) ( ); ,
; 3) , ; 4) -

Dutch auction

~ appearing for the presentation of
evidence ,

~ at large
~ at law
~ for the Commonwealth
( )
~ for the government 1) ; 2) ,
~ for the People (
)
~ for the prosecution ,
~ for the state
~ General 1) ( ); ( ); 2) ( )
~ general
( )
~ in fact ,
~ of record ,
~ - scrivener , ,
~s license ,

~ special
assistant ~
by ~ ,
circuit ~ (.)
country ~ 1) (
); 2) ( )
court-appointed ~

defense ~
deputy ~
district (circuit) ~
( )
general power of ~
general practice ~ ,
government ~
investigation ~ (.) ,
letter of ~ ()
patent ~ ,
pettifogging ~ -
plaintiff s ~
private ~ ,
prosecuting ~ ,

public ~ ( ),
state(s) ~
trial ~
attorneyship , /
attornment 1)
; 2)
attraction ;
attribution 1) ; ;
2)
auction , ,
~ by tender
~ without reserve ,
Dutch ~ ( ,
,
, )
53

mock auction
mock ~ 1) ; 2)
public ~
auctioneer
audience ( )
Court of A~ (.)

audit ; ;
external ~ ,
internal ~ ,

punitive ~
tax ~
audita querela (.)



auditor 1) , ; 2) ,

Aula Regis / Aula Regia (.) (.)
(
)
authentication ,
authenticity , ,
author
attributed ~
composite ~s ( )
contested ~
corporate ~ ;
54

joint ~s
legal ~ ; -
original ~ ( )
secondary ~
authoritarian
authorities
~ lawful
constituted ~
legislative ~
authority 1) , , ; 2) , ; 3) , , ,
, , ; 4) , , ; 5) ; 6) ; ; 7) ,
, ,
~ by estoppel ,
~ by law
~ to sign
~ of government ;
~ of law 1) , ;
2)
~ to punish 1) ;
2)
absolute ~ ,
actual ~ 1) ;
2) ()
adjudicating ~ ,
adjudicatory ~ 1) ;
2) ,
ad ministering ~
,

autograph
apparent ~
()
bad ~ ; ,

broad discretion ~

budget ~
by ~ ,
by ~ of law ;
case ~
constructive ~
direct ~
executive ~
final ~
forged ~
general ~ ,

independent ~
international preliminary examining ~
(.)
judicial ~
legal ~ 1) ; ; 2) , ;
3) ; 4) ;
limited ~
local ~ , ,
non-constitutional ~ ,
older ~

on ~ ,
patent ~ (.) ;

permissive ~

public ~
rating ~
reviewing ~
signatory ~ 1) ; 2)
special ~ ,

spending ~ 1) ,
; 2)
statutory ~
supervisory ~
ultimate ~ of decision
universal ~
unlimited ~ ()
without ~
without due ~

without lawful ~

without proper ~

authorization 1) ;
2) , ; 3) (.) ; 4) , , ; 5) , ; 6)
~ of agent
~ of appropriation
express ~
authorship
doubtful ~
personal ~
autograph 1) ; 2) ,
55

autonym
autonym 1) ,
; 2) , ,
avails ,
~ of suit

average 1) (, , ); 2) , ( )
customary ~s
(
)
extraordinary ~
,
general ~
gross ~
partial ~
petty ~
simple ~
with particular ~
,
( )
averment 1) , ; 2)
alternative ~s ,
immaterial ~
negative ~ ,
, -

avoidance 1) , ;
, ; 2) ;
; ,
; 3)
~ of law
~ of the marriage

avouchment (.) 1) ;
2) ; 3)
56

avoue (.) ( )
avoure (.)
avowal 1) ; 2) ; 3)


avowant 1) ,

; 2) ,

;
3) ( ),

avowee ,

avowry
avowtry
,
avulsion , ( ,
, . .)
award 1) ;
2)
~ of alimony
alternative ~
arbitral (arbitration) ~

back pay ~
judicial ~
jury ~
personal-injury ~

bail on attachment
protective ~

(
)
awarder
awareness 1) , ; 2) ; ;

B
bachelor
B~ of Law ,

backbond 1) -, ; 2) (.)
,
backbone , ,
,
backer ,
background 1) , , ;
2)
~ for negotiations ,

~ of development
~ of invention 1) , ;
2)
backhander (.)
backing 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ,
; 5) ()
~ of the currency
financial ~ ,
state-financing ~

backlog 1) ; 2) ; 3) ( ); 4)
~ of debts
~ of demand

~ of housing

~ of licenses
~ of orders
~ of outstanding payments ;
commercial ~
backsheesh (backshish)
backwardation 1)
; 2) ,

backwarder
backwater 1) , ; 2) , ,
badge ,
~ of fraud
blue (green) ~ (.)
bail 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
; 4)
~ above

~ below
~ in error


~ on attachment

57

bail to the action


~ to the action

~ to the sheriff

absolute ~ ,
additional ~
civil ~
commissioner of ~ ,
common ~
; (
)
excessive ~
fresh ~
lower ~
out on ~
special ~

straw ~ ,
bailage
bailee , ,
;
; , (), ; ; ; ;
~ for hire
bailie (.) 1) ,
; 2) ,
bailiff 1) , ;
2) ; 3) (.) ; 4) ;
high ~ ( )
special ~ (58


)
bailiff-errant
bailment I. 1) ;
; 2)
; 3) ; , ; ; ; . II. 1) ; 2)
; ; ; 3)
~ for hire ,
constructive ~ ,
;

gratuitous ~
involuntary ~ ,

lucrative ~

naked ~

bailor ; , ; ; ; ,
;
bail-piece ()
bailsman ( )
bailwick 1) ; 2) ; 3)
balance 1) , ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) ,
account ~
average daily ~

ballyhoo ,
ban 1) ; 2) ,
; 3)

bar
; 4) , ,
; 5) , ,
~ of Empire ,
~ of the rule ,
driving ~
occupational ~ ,

banc 1) ; 2)

in ~ ( )
Bancus Reginae (.)
Bancus Superior (.)
( )
banditry
maritime ~ ,
bank 1) ; 2) ;
3) (.) ; 4)
~ of deposit
~ of discount
~ of issue
commercial ~
credit ~
in ~
investment ~
joint-stock ~
land ~
mortgage ~
mutual savings ~ -
private ~ ,
real estate ~

saving ~ ,
trading ~
banker 1) ; ; 2)
( )

banknote , ,
bankrupt ,

adjudged ~ ,
certificated ~ ,
cessionary ~ ,

discharged ~ ,
fraudulent ~
involuntary ~ ,

uncertificated ~

undischarged ~

voluntary ~ ,

bankruptcy ,
involuntary ~ ,

voluntary ~ ,

banns (of matrimony)

bar 1) ,
; , ; 2) ,
; 3) ; ; 4) , ; 5) ,
59

bar and bench


; 6) ; 7) , ; 8)
(); ; ( -)
~ and bench
~ of execution ()

~ of the court ,

absolute ~
at ~ ,
blank ~ ,
. .
local ~
outer ~ (utter ~)
(, )
patent ~ (.) 1) ; 2) ,
state ~
bargain 1) , , - ; 2) ; 3) ,

~ and sale -

bad (hard, losing) ~


chance ~
collective ~
current ~
dutch ~ ,
Smith field ~
time ~ ,
bargainee ;
bargaining
collective ~
60

sole ~

bargainor (bargainer) ;

baron 1) ;
2) ( )
barrator 1) , , ; 2) ,
; 3) (.) -;
4) (.)
common ~ ( )
barratry 1) (
, ); 2) ; 3) (.)
;
; 4) (.)
common ~
barretor ,

barrister (.) (,
)
~-at-law , ,
( )
briefless ~
chamber ~ ,
consulting ~ -
inner ~ ,

junior ~ 1) ; 2)

good behaviour
revising ~ ,
;

utter (outer) ~ 1)
( ); 2) , ,

barter , ;
base , , ,
baseline ,
(
)
straight ~
basin , , ;
;
basis , ; ,
accural ~

on a case-by-case ~ ,
on an on-going ~
on a pay me when you can ~
on parity ~
parity ~
self-supporting ~
bastard 1) ,
; 2) ,
,

~ eigne (elder) ,

adulterine (adulterous) ~
special ~ ,

bastardy 1) ;
2)
battel
bay
historic ~
juridical ~

territorial ~
beadle 1) , ; 2)
bearer , ,
~ of dispatches
tax ~
to ~
bed 1) ;
2)
~ and board ,
behalf 1) ; , ; 2) , ,
a statute in that ~
for and on ~ of N N
( , -)
in this (that) ~ ,

on ~ of -;
behaviour 1) ; 2) ,
arbitrary ~
bad ~ ,
bad social ~
delinquent ~ ,
disorderly ~ ()
disruptive ~ ,

fraudulent ~
good ~
61

illegal behaviour
illegal ~
monopoly ~
neglect ~ ,
official ~ ,

prohibited (proscribed) ~
reckless ~ ,
belief ,
~ in good faith and on reasonable ground

bona fide ~
fixed ~
good faith ~
honest and reasonable ~
mistaken ~
wrong ~
belongings , ,
personal ~

belt ;
marin (maritime) ~ 1) ; 2)
bench 1) ; 2) ,
, ,
; ;
3)
~ and bar
Common B~ ( 1873 .)
differently constituted ~

federal ~ ()
High Court ~ (.)
Kings ~ (
1873 .)
62

Queens ~
( 1873 .)
Supreme ~ 1) (.,
, ); 2)

Treasury ~ (.) ( )
bencher 1) ; 2) (.)
B~ of Inn (.)

benefice (.)
beneficiary 1) ,


, ;
; 2) (.) ;
designated ~ ( )
insurance ~

benefit 1) ; 2) , ; 3) , ; 4) , ; 5)

~ conferred
B~ of Clergy (.) 1)
; 2)
;

~ of discussion 1)
; 2) (.)
,
~ of division
(-

bill
)
~ of doubt
~ of inventory
~ of priority right (.)

~ of trial
accident ~

compassionate ~
conditional ~
fringe ~s
(, . .)
health ~
invalidity ~
maternity ~

relief ~
retirement ~
sick(ness) ~
social (insurance) ~
unemploynent ~
welfare ~
bequest
~ in trust
charitable ~

executory ~

general ~ ,

specific ~

substitutional (substitutionary) ~
testamentary ~

berthage
bestowal , ; (., )
bet , ;
,
better ,
betterment
betting ;
street ~
( )
bias 1) , ; 2)
; 3)
actual ~
job ~
bid ( );
(
)
bidder , (
);
bidding 1) (
); 2)
collusive ~
bigamist ;
bigamy 1) , ;
2) (.)
bilk 1) , ; 2) ,
bilker ,
bill 1) () , ;
2) , , ; 3) ; ; 4) ; ; 5) ; 6) ;
63

bill at days sight


7) ; 8) ; ; 9) (.) ;
; 10) ; 11)
, . .
~ at days sight ,

~ at sight ,
~ at usance ,
~ for foreclosure

~ for legal defense 1) ; 2)
~ for new trial
~ in Chancery
~ in equity ,
;
~ in the nature of a bill of review

~ in the nature of a bill revivor
,
~ in the nature of a supplemental bill

,

~ obligatory

~ of acceptance ,
~ of advocation (.)

~ of attainder (., .)
(
)
~ of bankruptcy

64

~ of bottomry ,

~ of certiorari

~ of complaint
~ of conformity
~ of costs 1)
; 2)
~ of credit
~ of debt
~ of discovery

~ of divorce(ment)
( )
~ of entry
~ of exceptions 1)


; 2)
,
~ of exchange ,
~ of health , ,
~ of information

~ of interpleader

~ of leading ; (.)
~ of Middlesex (.)

obligatory bill
~ of order
~ of particularities 1) ( ; 2)

; 3) ; ( )
~ of particulars 1) ; 2)
~ of peace
~ of proof

~ of review
~ of revivor

~ of revivor and supplement




~ of sale 1) ; 2) ;
3) ; 4)

~ of store
~ of sufferance

~ on demand

~ quia timet

~ rendered ,

~ single
accommod ation ~
(, )
addressed ~

ancillary ~ ,

bank ~ ,

bearer ~ ,

claused ~ of lading ,
clean ~ of lading
controversial ~
counterfeit ~ 1) ;
2) (.)
creditors ~ 1) (.)
; 2) (.)

cross ~
demand ~ ,

dishonoured ~

documentary ~

domestic ~ of lading (.) ,


domiciled ~
exchequer ~
fee ~ 1) ;
2)
insurance ~
inward ~ of lading
Kings ~ (, . .)
legal ~ ,
long-dated ~
non-controversial ~

noted ~
obligatory ~
65

ocean bill of lading


ocean ~ of lading
omnibus ~
; ,

omnibus ~ of lading

on board ~ of lading
order ~ of lading
original ~ 1) ;
2)
outward ~ of lading

overdue ~
parcel ~ of lading ,
private ~ , ,
( )
Queens ~ (, . .)
received for shipment ~ of lading ,
reclaiming ~ (.)

relief ~ 1) ; 2) ( , ); 3) ( )
secured (security) ~ ,
shipped ~ of lading 1) ; 2)
ships ~
short ~
sight ~ ,
single ~ 1)
;
2)
66

skeleton ~
sole ~
straight ~ of lading ; (.)
supplemental ~
through ~ of lading ; (.)
time ~
,
to-order ~ of lading
trade ~
Treasury ~ (.)
binder ( )
binding
~ by oath
~ over
legally ~
birth
~ of issue , ,
out-of-wedlock ~

birthright ,
bitch (.)
black-marketeer ,
blame
blamefulness ()
blameworthiness ()
blanchfarms

bond for costs


blank
application ~
law ~ ,
blot
~ on title
blotter 1) , ; 2)
blow
~s not causing injuries ,

bodily ~s ; ;

blunder
board , , ,
,
~ of appeals
~ of complaints ,
~ of creditors (

)
~ of justices
~ of review
,
~ of trustees ;

caution ~ ,
poor-law ~
trade ~ ( - )
workmans compensation ~

body 1) ; ; 2) ; ; 3) ,
(); 4) ,

~ of an instrument ,
~ of justice
~ of laws

~ of men
~ of specification (.)

~ of water
arbitral ~
auxiliary ~
corporate ~ , ,
judicial ~
private ~
rule-making ~ ,

bogus
bolting
( )
bona (pl.)
;
bona fides (.) ,
,
bona vacantia (.)

bond 1) , ; 2) ;
; ; ; ;
3) ; ; 4) ; ; 5) ;
~ and disposition in security (.)

~ and mortgage (.)

~ for appearance ( )
~ for costs
67

average bond
average ~ , ,
bail-~ 1)
; 2) , , ()
bottomry-~
()
claim ~ ,
cost ~ ( )
coupon ~

debenture ~ ;

double ~ 1) ; 2) (.)
exchequer ~
forthcoming ~ ,

general mortgage ~
,
heritable ~ (.)
hypothecation ~ 1) ; 2)
municipal ~
official ~
participating ~ ,
peace ~

penal ~

redelivery ~


68

simple ~ 1)
; 2)

single ~ 1)
; 2) (.)
straw ~ ,
submission ~
supersedeas ~

surety ~

warehouse ~
bondage 1) ; 2)
bondholder ,

bondman
bondsman
bail ~ (
)
bonification
bonis
~ non amovendis (.)


bonus 1) , , ,
; 2) ,
language ~

book 1) (., ,
, ); 2)
~ of acts
( )
~ of adjournal (.)
~ of bailiff
~ of complaints

breaking
~ of precedents

act ~ (.)
betting ~
cash ~
copyright ~ ,
judgment ~

marriage notice ~
pirated ~ , ()
borough English ()
(
)
borrow 1) , ;
2) (.)
borrower
bote
bottomry , ,
(,
)
bound ,
boundar(y) ,
lateral sea ~ies

magisterial ~ies
maritime ~
sea-bed ~
bounty 1) ; ; 2)

branch 1) , ;
2) (); 3) (.) ;
4)
judicial ~
legislative ~
brand (, ) ,

breach 1) (, . .); 2) , ; 3) ()
~ in anticipation ()
~ of close ,
~ of confidence
~ of contract
~ of covenant
~ of duty ,

~ of faith
~ of justice
~ of order
~ of promise ()
~ of recognizance 1) , ; 2)

~ of the law
~ of (the) peace
~ of trust ()
anticipatory ~ ()

severable ~
breadth , (,
, . .)
break 1) (, ,
, . .); 2)
tax ~
breaker
~ of the peace
law ~
breaking 1) , ;
2) ()
69

breaking the case


~ the case

rule ~ (, ) ,
breve 1) , ;
2)
brevet ,
brief 1) ; (.) ; (.) ;
2) ; 3) , ; 4) (.) ,
~ of appellee ,
~ of title
~ on appeal (.) ,

court ~ 1) (.) ,
; 2)

courts ~ (.)

defendants ~ ,
junior ~ (.) ,
Lock ~

official ~
reply ~ 1) ; 2) ,
,
sea ~ (,
,
)
70

state ~ (.)

to have plenty of ~s
( )
trial ~ ( , )
briefing (
)
court ~
official ~
brieve (.) 1)
- ( );
2)
brocage 1) , , ;
2) , ,
brocard
broker , ,
, , ,
bill ~
chartering ~
commodities ~
custom-house ~
,
discount ~
exchange ~ ; ;
insurance ~
merchandise ~

note ~
real estate ~

ship ~ , ,
stock ~ ,

calendar of cases
brokerage 1) , , ;
2) , ,
brother
~-german
~s of the same venter

blood ~
budget ;
cash ~
consolidated ~
legislative ~

bugging ()
; ()
burden ;
~ of adducing evidence
~ of contract
,
~ of establishing
~ of evidence
~ of going forward with evidence
~ of producing evidence
~ of proof , ( )
evidential ~
legal ~ (
, )
real ~ 1) ; ; 2)
;

burgage (.) , ;

business 1) , , ; 2) , - ; 3) - , ; 4) ; 5)
~ of the day
branch ~ , ()
chamber ~ ,

illegal ~
legitimate ~
licit ~
buyer
innocent ~ ()
buying
innocent ~ ()
by-effect ; ;
()
by-law(s) 1) (), (); 2)
corporation ~s

C
cabotage ,
cadetship

calendar 1) ,
; 2) (.) ;
3) (.) , . .

~ of business
~ of cases
71

calendar of prisoner
~ of prisoner 1) ; 2)
courts ~ ,
executive ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
special ~
call 1) ; 2) , ;
3) , ; 4) ; ; ; 5) ; 6)
~ on shares

~ of more
~ of twice more

accusing ~
( )
budget ~
distress ~
on ~ ()
caller , ( )
calling
~ to the bar 1)
; 2) ;
3)

calumniator
calumny ,
camera 1) ; 2)
in ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)

campfight
72

cancellation 1) ,
; ; 2) ;
3)
cancelling 1) , ; ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) (
,
)
canon 1) , , ;
2)
~ s of construction
~s of descent ,

~ of low ,
,
cant 1) (., .) , ; 2) ()
canvassing 1) ; ; 2)
illegal ~ ;

capability
in ones individual ~
capacity 1) ;
2) ; 3) ; ; 4)
~ of corporations

~ to contract

~ to marry ()

~ to sue and be sued ,
-
active ~
contractual ~

reasonable care
disposing ~
earning ~
general legal ~ -
legal ~ -
official ~ ,

passive ~
private ~
testamentary ~ -
testimonial ~ 1) ; 2)
cape

caper
capias (.) 1) ;
2) ,
( )
~ ad respondendum (.)

~ ad satisfaciendum (.) 1) ;
2)


~ extendi facias (.)
~ pro fine (.)

capital
~ and interest
authorized ~
chartered ~
circulating ~
constant ~
issued ~

nominal ~
original ~
paid-up ~

registered ~
share ~
stated ~

capitation
capper 1) ; 2) ,

capping

caption 1) (-) ; 2) (); 3) ,


captor ,
capture 1) ; 2) ,
card 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
credit ~
identification ~
registration ~
care 1) , ; 2)
institutional(ized) ~
nonresidential ~
parental ~
proper ~ 1) ; 2) ,
reasonable ~
73

shelter care
shelter ~ 1)
( ); 2)
slight ~
supervisory ~
utmost ~
cargo
~ by sea
~ in bond ,
critical ~ ,

frustrated ~ ,
;
safe ~
carrier ,
actual ~
common ~ ,
contracting ~
private ~ ,
sea ~
cartel 1) , , ; 2)
( )
case 1) , ,
; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ; 5) ; ; ; 6) ,
; ; ; 7)
(

);
8) ()
~ against (-,
-)
74

~ agreed on

~ as authority
~ at bar

~ at hand ,
~ at law ;
~ for 1) , -; 2) ,
~ for enforcement ,

~ for motion
~ for the defence 1) ;
2)
~ for the jury ,
~ for the prosecution 1) ; 2) ,
~ for trial ,
~ going to trial ,

~ in carge ,
~-in-chief ,
~ in equity

~ in fact
~ in law
~ in point 1) ,
; 2) ,

~ made 1)
; 2)

consolidated cases
~ of admiralty 1) ,
; 2) ,

~ of circumstantial evidence ,

~ of direct evidence ,
~ of divorce ( )
~ of emergency , , ,

~ of maritime jurisdiction ,
~ of the first impression , ; ,
~ on appeal 1) (.)
; 2)
,
; 3) ; 4) , (

)
~ on trial

~ pending ,
~ received for investigation ,
~ reserved ( )
~ sounding in contract

~ sounding in tort ,

~ stated , -

(
)
~ tried by the court ,
a ~ in precedent
( )
a ~ of circumstantial evidence ,
()
a leading ~ (
)
admiralty ~ ,

adult ~ ,

advancement ~
analogous ~

anonymous ~
antitrust ~
appeals ~s ,


bad ~
cited ~ ; ,

civil ~
civil-commitment ~ 1)
;
2) ,

cleared ~
cognizable ~
common-law ~ ,
consolidated ~s ,

75

contentious case
contentious ~
court ~
disciplinary ~
discretion ~ ,
dismissed ~
diversity ~

diversity jurisdiction ~

due process ~ ;
earlier ~ 1) ; 2)
early ~ 1) ; 2)
ex parte ~ ,

ex parte patent ~
good ~
hard ~ ()
illustrative ~ ,
,
jury ~ ,
juvenile ~ ,
landmark ~ ,

later ~ ,
leading ~ 1) ,
( ); 2)
legal ~
76

litigated ~ 1) , ; 2)
litigation ~
major ~
maritime ~ (,
)
minor ~

moot ~ 1) ;
; 2) , ( )
multy-defendant ~
non-contentious ~

nullity ~
()
partys ~
petty ~
precedent ~ -
previous ~ 1)
; 2)

prima facie ~

probate ~ (.)
reopened ~ ,

reported ~ ,
restrictive covenant ~
routine ~
ruled ~ ,

sales-of-goods ~


seminal ~

casus foederis
sentencing ~ 1) ; 2) () ,

small claim ~ (.)


solved ~ ;

special ~ 1) , ; 2)


statutory ~ ,
strong ~ for/against
/
test ~ ,
, ; 1) ,
; 2) ,
,
; 3) ,

()
the ~ for the defendant

the ~ of the law ,

tie-in ~ ,
, (.,

)
to try a ~ , ,

trial ~ 1) , ; 2) ; 3)

trumped-up ~

unanswerable ~
,
uncontested (undefended) ~ , ; ; ,
weak ~ for/against
/
casebook
civil ~
social ~
(, )
caseworker 1) , ; 2)
cash ;

~ in hand
~ on delivery
by ~
for ~
vault ~ ,
cashier
cash-memo
cassation
castaway
casual
casualty 1) , ,

, ;
2)
inevitable ~
casus (.) , ,

~ belli (.) ,

~ foederis (.) , ; ,
77

casus omissus
,
~ omissus (.)
(, )
allowable (permissible) ~

catchpole (catchpoll) ,
causa (.) 1) , , ;
2)
~ libera in actio (.)

~ private (.)
cause 1) , , ; 2) , ( ); 3) , , ; 4) (.)
~ celebre (.) , , ;

~ of action
~ of arrest
~ of crime 1) ;
2)
~ of offence
absent good ~
accident ~
accidental ~
active ~ 1) , , ; 2) ; 3) ,
adequate ~
arranged ~ ,
calendar ~s
case-based ~ of action

78

colo(u)rable ~

constitutional ~ of action
direct ~ ,

excusable ~
fictitious ~ of action
good ~ ,
good ~ to believe
immediate ~ ,
impulsive ~ ,

justifiable ~
last impulsive ~ ( )
legal ~ 1) ; 2)

major ~
maritime ~s
matrimonial ~
original ~ 1) , ;
2)
primitive ~
probable ~ ; ,

probable ~ to believe
probable ~ within rule ,
proximate ~ ,

real ~ ,
reasonable ~
reasonable ~ to believe

certificate for marriage


remote ~
short ~ ,
; ,

small ~

sufficient ~ ,
surviving ~ of action
,
testamentary ~
unanswerable ~ of action

unknown ~
cause-books
cause-list
Daily C~ ,

causing
caution I. ; II. 1) ,
; ; 2) (.,
.) ; 3) (.) ; 4) , ; 5) ( ,
)
~ juratory, juratory ~ (.)
proper ~
cautionary (.)
cautioner (.)
caution-money ()
caveat (.) 1) ; 2)
; 3) , , ; 4)

, ; -

, (
-
); 5) (.)

~ emptor (.)

~ to will
~ vendidor (.)

to put in (to enter) a ~
caveator 1) , ; 2) (.)
; 3) (.) ,

cedent (.) ; , ( )
celebration (,
),
~ of contract
~ of marriage
celibacy , ,

celibate ,

ceremonial ,
maritime ~
certainty 1) ;
2) ; ; 3) ,
moral ~
certificate , , ,
~ into chancery
~ for costs

~ for marriage
79

certificate of accounts
~ of accounts ,

~ of acknowledgment

~ of annulment 1)
-; 2)
~ of appointment (., )
~ of audit
~ of birth
~ of competency
~ of compliance
~ of damage ( ),
~ of death
~ of evidence
~ of expediency
( )
~ of good conduct
( )
~ of identity
~ of incorporation 1) ( ) ; 2)
~ of indebtedness ,

~ of insurance
~ of origin (, )
~ of participation

~ of purchase/sale

80

~ of registry , ,

~ of stock ;
allotment ~ 1) ; ; 2)

attorneys ~

audit ~
authors ~
birth ~
builders ~ -
defence ~

false ~
incorporation ~
inspection ~ ,
interim ~
judges ~ ,
loyalty ~
masters ~
Nansen ~
notarys ~
practicing ~

premarriage (prenuptial) ~ ,

reexamination ~ (.)


registered ~
registration ~ 1) ; 2) ,

general challenge
scrip ~ ,

share ~ , ,

stock ~ 1) (.) , ; 2) (.)
; 3)

subscription ~ ( . .)
tax ~ ,
temporary ~
treasury ~
type ~

wharfingers ~
certification 1) , ; ,
; 2) (.) ( ); 3) (

)
~ of check
certiorari
cessavit
cesser 1)
( ); 2) ()

cession , (, )
~ of goods (
)
~ of rights
cessionary 1) , ;
2) (.)
cestui que trust
cestui que use
chain , ,
~ of causation ,

~ of custody
~ of proofs
~ of title
chair 1) ;
2) ; 3)
;
witness ~
chairman
~ of the bench
challenge 1) ; 2) ( ) ; ;
3) ; 4)
~ for cause 1)
; 2) ,

~ propter affectum

~ propter delictum
~ to the favour ( . .)
general ~
81

principal challenge
principal ~ 1) ; 2)

chamber 1) (pl.) ;
2) (
); 3) (pl.)
; 4)
at ~s ( ); ;
;
chamberlain 1) ; 2)
chambers 1) ;
2) ; 3) , ,
Kings ~ , ,


champertor ,


champerty ,

chancellor 1) ,
, ( ); 2) ( ); 3)
,
( )
~ of a diocese
,
chancery ,
(
);
in ~ ;
82

change 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
~ of beneficiary
~ of domicile
price ~
chapter (); ,
character 1) ; 2) ,
; 3) , ; 4) , ,
~ in issue ,

charge 1) ; ; 2) , ,
; 3) , , ; 4) ; 5)
; 6) ; 7) , , , ;
8) , ;
9) , , , ,
~ des affaires (.)

~ des affaires ad hoc (.)


~ des affaires ad interim / pro tempore
(.)
~ of share

affirmative ~

Allen ~ (.)

duplication ~
extra ~ 1) ; 2) ;
3) (pl.)

chaser
floating ~ ,
free of ~ ,
land ~
law ~
private ~ ,
public ~ 1) , ()
, ; 2)

registered ~

rent ~
charges ; ; ,

brokers ~
interest ~ ;
notarial ~
port ~
sue ~
charit(y) 1) ,
(pl.) ;
2)
fraudulent ~ , ,
charter 1) , , ( );
2) ; 3) , -, ; 4)
~ of incorporation
bank ~
bare boat (pole) ~
,
berth ~

catch time ~ ,
corporate ~

corporation ~
daily ~

demise ~ -,
;

gross ~ -
lumpsum ~ -, ,
net ~ -
open ~ ( )
round-trip ~ ,

royal ~ , , ,
single-trip ~

time ~ -,
trip ~ ,

voyage ~
chartering
charter-party , -,

chartist ( )
chase
chaser
ambulance ~ ,

83

chasing
chasing
ambulance ~

chastisement ,
chattel (cattle) 1) ; ; 2) (pl.)
~s corporeal
~s incorporeal ; ; (, )
good and ~s

personal ~s, ~s personal 1)


; 2)
real ~s, ~s real 1) ; 2) ;
cheat ,
cheatee (.)
cheating
~ at play ,
,
~ by false pretenses


check 1) (.) ; 2)
, , ; 3) , ; 4) , , ; 5) ,
, , ,

~ of cash
~ to prices
cashiers ~ (.)
raised ~
sola ~ ,

84

check-off ,
dues ~
check-up , , ,

cheque (.)
~ to bearer ,

~ to order
banckers ~ ,
bearer ~
blank ~
certificated (certified) ~
circular ~
crossed ~
drawn ~ ,

effective ~
flash ~
forged ~
legal ~ ,

memorandum ~ - (
)
open ~ ,
order ~
specially crossed ~
stale ~
travellers ~
uncrossed ~
voucher ~
child 1) ( 14
); 2) (
18 )
~ born out of wedlock

~ren by different venters ()

circuity of action
~ in the household
( )
~ in ward
~ of body ( )
~ of tender years
abandoned ~
abused and neglected ~ren

adopted ~
adult ~ ,
after-born ~ 1) ,
; 2) , ; 3) ,
,

alien ~ ,
bastard ~
dead born ~
delinquent ~ -
dependent ~ -
foster ~
illegitimate ~ ,

infant ~
legitimate ~
natural ~
neglected ~ ,
newly-born ~
orphan ~
plain ~ ,

poor ~
posthumuous ~ ,
recognized ~

still-born ~
suppositious (supposititious) ~ ,
unborn ~
vagrant ~ -
violent ~ , ,

chilling
~ a sale
chirograph 1) ( ); 2)

chirographer (.) ( )
chop , ,
chose , ,
~ in action 1) ,
,
; 2)
. .
~ in possession , ; ; ;

~ in suspension ;

~ local ,
~ transitory
circuit 1) ;
2) ; 3) (.)
judges go on ~ for part of the year

circuiteer ()
circuity
~ of action
85

circulation
circulation 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ of capital
civil ~
money ~
velocity of ~
()
wholesale ~
circumduction 1) , ; 2) (.)
,

~ of the term
circumscription (
. .)
circumstance ; ; ; ; ; ;
~ in proof ,
~s of the case
aggravating ~s ()

attending ~s
attenuating ~s
collateral ~
concomitant ~
convincing ~ ,
exceptional ~
extenuating ~s
external ~ ,
failing ~s
incriminated ~

86

incriminating ~ ,
investigated ~ ,
legal ~ ,
,
mitigating ~
uninvestigated ~ ,

unusual ~ , ,

usual ~ ,
circumvention (, , )
citation 1)
, ; 2) ( );
3) ( ); 4) ()
~ to a statute
alternative ~s ( )
case ~ ,
,
contempt ~ ,

initial ~ 1) ; 2)

judicial ~ 1) ; 2) ( ,
. .)
legal ~ , . .
,

official ~
pre-Statute at Large ~ (.)

creditors claim
repeating ~ ( , .)
statute (statutory) ~ ,
traffic ~
unofficial ~
citizen
native-born ~
naturalized ~
non-resident ~ ,
private ~
resident ~ ,
citizenship
diverse ~ (.)
civics 1) ; 2)
civilian 1) ,
; 2)
; 3) (pl.)
claim 1) , ; , ; 2) ( . .); 3) ; ;
, ; 4) (.) ; ; ; 5) ; ,
~ and delivery

~ for damages

~ for relief
~ in action
~ in contract
~ in return

~ in tort
~ not defining the invention
,
~ of alibi
~ of cognizance

~ of interest (
)
~ of marriage
~ of right
~ of title
accident ~
adverse ~ 1)
,
; 2) , ; 3) ( )
ancillary ~ ,

antecedent ~ ,
apparatus ~
;

book ~
civil ~
clearing ~
colourable ~ ,
conflicting ~s ,
contingent ~ ( )
creditors ~
87

damage claim
damage ~
dependent ~ ;


dormant ~
embodiment ~ ,
false ~ ,
,
federal ~ (.)
fictitious ~ , ,
first ~ ,
,
foreign currency ~
fraudulent ~ , ,
frivolous ~ , ,
hostile ~
hybrid ~ (.) ,
injury ~
insubstantial ~
insurance ~
junior ~
,

legal ~
legitimate ~ ,

lode ~ (.) ,
loss ~
88

means ~ (.) ,
mining ~
,

money ~
multiple dependent ~ ,
omnibus ~ 1) , ; 2) ,

overbroad ~ (.) ,
,

payment ~
plaintiff s ~
point of ~
prearranged ~ ,

preferential ~ ,
prior ~ 1) ; 2) (.) ,

process ~ (.)
product ~ (.)
;

product-by-process ~ (.)
,

product liability ~ ( -)
reciprocal ~

all the estate clause


salvage ~
security for a ~
senior ~ ,
small ~
special ~ (.)
( ,
), ,

stale ~ ; ,

state ~
subsidiary ~ 1) ; 2)
superior ~ 1) ; 2)
supplementary ~ 1)
; 2) (.)

tort ~
under a ~ of right

unliquidated ~
unpatentable ~
,
valid ~
claimant , , ;
a ~ to an estate
copyright ~ ,

credit ~ 1) , ;
2) ,

occupying ~
clash ,
class , ,
~es of stock
~ or representative action ()

statutory ~ (.)
classification ( )
primary ~
( )
secondary ~ ( )
clause , , ; , (, ,
)
~ in contract , ,

~ of accrua(e)l (of accruer)



(
)
abandonment ~ ( )
acceleration ~

ad damnum ~ ,

adjustment ~
(.,
)
alienation ~

all the estate ~

89

American clause
American ~
(
, );

approval-of-order ~
arbitration ~ ,

assignment ~ 1) ( ); 2)
(, )
attestation ~ 1) ;
2)
()
average ~
berthing ~ 1) ; 2) ( )
best endeavour ~ ,

binding ~
,
bonded value ~


both to blame collision ~

break-down ~ (-)
bunkering deviation ~
burned and unburned ~ (., )
90

cancelling ~
( , , )
cease (cessar) ~ ( )
cession ~ ( )

C.I.F. sound delivered ~


,
collision ~
commerce ~
( 3 8 1 ,

)
compromissary ~ 1) ; 2) ,
compromise ~ ,
conflicting ~s

conscience ~ , . ., , .

contestable ~ ( )
continuation ~
contract(ual) ~ , ,
craft ~


detention ~

Jason clause
deviation ~ ,

disclaimer ~ ( )
efforts ~
( )
escalation ~ 1) ; 2)

escape ~ ,
; ,
excepted perits ~ ,
;

exception ~
excessive bail and fines ~ ( VIII )

exemption ~ , ,
freight ~
full faith and credit ~ ( 1 IV
,

)
general ice ~ ( )
grandfather ~ 1) (.)
; 2) ( )
grant-back ~ (.) 1) , ,

; 2) , ,
habendum ~ ,

impairment of contracts ~
( I
10 I ,

, )
Inchmaree ~ (
)
indemnity ~
, , ,


Institute Cargo ~s
insurance ~
introductory ~ , ()
irritant ~ 1) (.) () ;
2) (.) ,
Janson ~ ( 3% )
Jason ~ 1) ( 91

let-out clause
); 2) ( ,
)
let-out ~ ,
; ,
lien ~
location ~
()

lost or not lost ~
( ,
,
; ,
)
maintenance-of-membership ~ (

)
manufacturing ~ ( ,
)
memorandum ~ ( , , )
metalling ~

negligence ~
92

;
New Jason ~ (
,
)
obligation of contract ~
off hire ~

omnibus ~ , ,
,
penalty ~ ;

peris (of the sea) ~
prepayment ~
productivity ~ ( ,
)
proviso ~ , ( , provided)
reciprocity ~
reddendum ~
redelivery ~ -
release ~

repugnant ~s

reservation ~ ,
residuary ~
,

rise and fall ~

managing clerk
running-dawn ~

safe port ~

salvage ~
sister-ship ~ ,

subrogation ~ ( )
sue and labour ~

termination ~

testimonium ~ (
)
trademarks ~
; ( )
,
union signatory ~
(
,
, )
warehouse (to warehouse) ~

clausula
~ rebus sic stantibus (.)
(. . ,

, ,
)
clearance 1) , ; 2) ; ; ; 3) ; 4) ; 5)
credit pending ~
clearing 1) ;
2) , ;
3)
compulsory ~
clearinghouse
clerk 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ of court ,
~ of peace
~ of seats

~ to the examining justices

~ to the justices ,

accounting ~
arbitrage ~
articled ~ ,

civil ~
deputy ~
exchange quotation ~ ,
filling ~
judicial (law) ~ ; ,
ledger accounting ~
managing ~ -
93

principal clerk
principal ~ 1) ; 2)
clerkship ,
client (, );
;
clientell (, )
close 1) ; 2) ,
~ of argument

~ of evidence
the ~ 1)
; 2)
closing , ( )
closure
cloture
coaching ~ ,
nomination ~

coadministrator
()
coalition ,
coalitionist
co-applicant
coasting ,

coastline
co-author
co-authorship
coconspirator 1) ; 2) ,


co-creditor
94

code 1) ; 2)
~ of evidence
~ of practice
civil ~
judicial ~ ,

labour ~
public ~
co-debtor
co-defendant ,
codicil ,

co-executor
coexistence
cogency , , ()
~ of testimony
cognate 1) ;
2) (.)
cognation 1) ; 2) (.) (
)
civil ~
mixed ~ -
natural ~
cognition 1)

; 2) (.)
cognizance 1) ; ;
; 2) ; 3) ;
; 4) ; ; 5) ; ;
judicial ~ 1) ,
(

combatant
,
); 2)
cognovit (actionem) (.)
cognovit judgment
co-guardian
cohabitation , ,
illicit ~
cohabitee
coheir
presumptive ~
coheiress
co-inheritance ,
co-inheritor
current ~

false ~
co-insurance ,
cojuror , ,
co-litigant 1) ; 2)
collateral 1) ; 2) ()
collation 1) ,
; 2)
; 3)
colleague
judicial ~ -,

collection 1) (
. .), , -

; 2) , (, , )
~ of arrears
~ of assets
~ of bills
~ of debts
~ of facts
debt agency ~

for ~ () ,
collegatary
collision , ,

street ~
collitigant 1) ; 2)
colloquium ( )
collusion ( )
tacit ~ ,

colour 1) ,
, (
-); 2) , ,
~ of authority
()
~ of law
~ of office
~ of title ,
false ~ ,
under ~ of law
combat (.)
judicial ~ (.)
combatant
95

combination
combination 1) , ; 2) , ,
~ of corporations

comity
judicial ~

command , ,
,
Royal ~ (
, )
commandment 1) ; 2)
~ of proceeding 1) ( ); 2)
comment 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
()
~ by the defence ,
case ~ 1) ; 2)
defamatory ~
judges ~ ,
commentary
juristic ~
commerce 1) , ; 2) ,
(. ); 3) ,
foreign ~
interstate ~
intrastate ~
commissariat ()
commissary 1) ;
2)
commission 1) ; ; 96

; ; 2) ; 3) ; ; ; 4) ,
; 5) (
), ; 6) (), ; 7) ; 8) -
~ in bankruptcy
~ past us
~ of appointment
~ of appraisement

~ of appraisement and sale

~ of assize
~ of conciliation ,
~ of inquiry
~ of lunacy ;
~ of rebellion (.)
,
C~ of the Peace
( )
~ of the peace 1) ;
; 2)
;

~ of unlivery
audit ~
brokers ~
claims ~

committeeship
del credere ~ ( , )
full ~ ,

grievance ~
investigating (investigative) ~
joint ~ ( )
law revision ~
Price ~
return ~
Security and Exchange ~

commissioner 1) ,
(pl.) ; 2) ; 3) (, ); 4)
~ of bail ,

~ of patents
Area Traffic C~s
bankruptcy ~
ecclesiastical ~s (- )
jury ~ ,
presiding ~
commitment 1) , ; 2) ;
3) , ; 4) ,
; 5) ()
~ for trial
,

civil ~
(., ) ()
contractual ~ ,
former ~

treaty ~s
committal 1) ; 2) ,
, ; 3) ()
~ for trial
,
on ~ for trial
committee 1) , ;
2) ,
~ of bankruptcy
~ of conference ,
~ of inquiry ,
appeal ~
drafting ~ ,

Floor Practices ~
investigative and hearing ~

Judicial ~ of the Privy Council (.)

rules ~
special ~
standing ~
visiting ~ 1) ; 2) ,
watch ~
committeeman

committeeship , (. )
97

committer
committer
committor ,
commodate
commodities ,
,
basic ~
consumer ~
export ~
exportable ~ ,

overpriced or underpriced ~ ,

staple ~ , ,
surplus ~
commodity 1) , , - ; 2) , ; 3)
bottleneck ~
cash ~ ; ,
futures ~
common 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) (pl.) ( ); 4)
~ appendant ,

~ appurtenant ,
~ at large

~ because of vicinage
~ in gross

~ of pasturage
98

~ of piscary
,
Doctors C~s
commorancy 1) , , ; 2) (.)
commorientes (.) ,
,
communicatee (.)
communication 1) ,
; 2) , ;
3) ( , ); 4) ()
confidential ~ ,
(. , )
matrimonial ~
,
official ~ 1) ,
; 2)
privileged ~ 1) () ( , . .); 2) ,
wrongful ~ 1) , ; 2) ;
3) ; ,
communings (.) ,

communion 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ of goods (.)
community 1) ;
; 2) ; 3) , -

compensation
; 4) , ; 5)
~ of acquests ,
~ of goods
~ of profits ( )
commutation 1) ; 2)

~ of taxes
compact , (.
- );
social ~
company ,
~ limited by garantee ;
~ limited by shares ,
affiliated ~ ,
assessment ~

associated ~ 1) ;
2)
assurance ~
bogus ~
bubble ~
chartered ~ ,

commission ~ ,
holding ~ , ; , , -,

insurance ~
joint-stock ~
limited (liability) ~
non-prospectus ~ ,
one man ~ ,
;

parent ~
private ~ 1) ; 2) ( )
prospectus ~ ,

public ~ 1)
( ); 2)

share ~
statutory ~ ,

stock ~
subsidiary ~
trading ~
trust ~ ,
, -
unlimited ~
wild cat ~ ,

comparables
compatibility ,
compearance (.) ,

compensation 1) , ; 2) ; 3) (.)

99

compensation for termination of contract


~ for termination of contract (
)
~ of claims against liabilities
accrued compensation ~ ,

accrued personnel ~

adequate ~ ,
immediate ~
insurance ~
just ~
pecuniary ~
unemployment ~
voluntary ~
competence/competency 1) , , ;
; 2) ; ; 3) ; 4)
; (, , )
~ of testimony
~ of witness , , -;

legal ~ 1) ;
2) ;
competition 1) ;
2) (.) ,
bona fide (fair) ~
illicit ~
keen ~
latent ~
predatory ~
100

severe ~
unfair ~
competitiveness
competitor ,
would-be (potential) ~

compilation ;
,
compiler
complainant 1) ; 2)
complaint 1) , ; 2) ,
~ in testimony
civil ~
cross ~
delinquency ~

original ~
real ~ ,
telephone ~ ,

completion , ,

~ of proceedings
compliance ,
( )
complicacy
complice
complicity
active ~ ( )
compound ~
direct ~ ,

implicit ~
simple ~
tacit ~

conclusion
composition 1) ; , ; 2) ; 3) ; ; 4)
~ of matter (
)
~ of the court
compounder
amicable ~ ( )
comprint ,
( )
compromise 1) ;
2)
compter (.) ,

compulsion
~ of evidence

actual ~ ( )
presumed ~
testamentary ~
testimonial ~

compulsitor (.) ,
computus (.)

concealment 1) ; 2)
~ of birth
active ~ (
)
fraudulent ~

concept 1) ; 2)
judicial ~ 1) ,
; 2)
conception 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ; 5)
~ of invention , ,

antenuptial ~
legal ~
concern , ;
, , ; ;
; ; ;
major ~ ,
monopoly ~s

paying ~
concert , ,
in ~ ,
concession 1) ; ; 2) ,
lawful ~ ,
mutual (reciprocal) ~
unlawful ~ ,
concessioner (.)
concessit solvere (.)
conciliation 1) , ; 2)
(. )
conciliator
conclusion 1) ; 2) ;
101

conclusion of evidence
3) ; 4) ; 5) , ;
6) (. )
~ of evidence ,
~ of facts
~ of guilt
~ of investigation
~ of law 1) () , ;
2) ,
professional ~
conclusiveness ; , ,
concord ; ;
concordance ;
concubinage
concurrent 1) (.) , ; 2) ,
concussion ( ),
condemnation 1) ; 2) , ; 3) ; 4) ; 5)
conderaned ,

condescendence (.)

condition 1) , , ( ); 2)
( )
~ in deed

~ in law
102

~ laid down
affirmative ~ 1) (. . - ); 2) ()
casual ~ ( )
collateral ~
compulsory ~
concurrent ~s
consistent ~ ,

copulative ~
( )
dependent ~
( , )
disjunctive ~
dissolving ~ ,
enforceable ~ ,

executory ~

express ~
general ~s (of delivery) ()
harmful ~s ()
helpless ~
()
implied ~
impossible ~ ,
independent ~s ,
insensible ~ ,

market ~s ,

mental ~

conferee
mixed ~ ( )
mutual ~s ,

pendent ~ 1)
; 2)
positive ~ , (
)
potestative ~ ,
precedent ~
repugnant ~ ,
; ,
resolutive (resolutory) ~ ,
restrictive ~ () (
)
single ~ ( )
subsequent ~ ,
surplus ~s
suspensive ~ ,
typical ~
unenforceable ~ ,
working ~
conditio sine qua non (.) ,
condominimum
( ,
)
condonation 1)
(
), ; 2) ,

conduct 1) ; 2) ,
~ without fault
abusive ~
alleged ~ 1) ; 2) ,
bad ~
continuing (course of) ~

courtroom ~ (, )
delinquent ~
disorderly ~ ,
;
disruptive ~ ,

forbidden ~
fraudulent ~
involuntary ~
long course of ~ ,
neglect ~ ()
negligent tortious ~ ,
orderly ~ ,
prohibited ~
public ~ , ,
reckless ~ ,
safe ~ ,
tortious ~ ,
;
voluntary ~
conferee , ,
103

conference
conference 1) , , ; 2) ( )
liner ~ ()
prehearing (pretrial) ~

shipping ~ ,

confession ,
,
~ and avoidance

( )
~ of action
~ of actions
~ of defence ()
~ of error

~ of signature
admissible ~ (
)
advertent ~ ,
coerced ~
corroborated ~ ,
deathbed ~
extorted ~
extrajudicial ~
hand-written ~

implied ~
inadvertent ~
induced ~
intra-judicial ~
judicial ~ ,
naked ~
104

own ~
penitential ~
plenary ~ ,

pre-trial ~ ,

quasi ~
trustworthy ~ ,
uncorroborated ~ ,
untrustworthy ~ ,
verbal ~
whole ~ (, )
confessional ,

confessor ; ,
confidence 1) (.) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4)
confidentiality , ,
()
confines ,
protective ~ ()
confirmation 1) ;
2)
confiscation
~ of property
conflict , , ,
~ of claims
~ of evidence ,
~ of interest (.) (
-

ineffective consent
; )
~ of jurisdiction
~ of laws 1)
, ; 2)
(
)
jurisdictional ~
trademark ~

conformity 1) ; 2)
confusion 1) ; 2) , ,

~ as to sponsorship


~ of debts

~ of issue
~ of rights

~ of source
~ of titles
~ of trademarks

confutation
conjecture ,
conjoints
conjugality ,

connection 1) ; 2) , ; , ; 3) ; 4) (,
)
connexity ,

connivance 1) , ; 2)
conquest (., .) 1) ( ),
; 2) ,

consanguinity
collateral ~
lineal ~
conscience 1) , ; 2) ;
3)
legal ~
consciousness ,
~ of danger , , , ,
consealment , ,
;
consectives ,

consensus 1) ; 2) () , ,
~ ad idem (.)

~ of testimony
the general ~
consent ,
~ to be sued

express ~
implied ~ ;
,

ineffective ~ ,

105

informed consent
informed ~ ,

intelligent ~ ,
lawful ~ ()

marital ~
mutual ~
tacit ~
unanimous ~
unlawful ~ (),

consequence ; ;
; ; ; ;

~ in law ,
antitrust ~s

avoidable ~ ,
()
far-reaching ~ ,
harmful ~ ,
intended ~ ,

judicial ~ , t
legal ~s ,
major ~
minor ~
natural ~
unintended ~ ,
probable ~
coonsequents (.)
conservation
~ of evidence
conservator ;
106

consideration 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
, , , ; 4)
adequate ~ , ,
budgetary ~
concurrent ~
continuing ~

equitable ~ 1)
; 2)

executed ~

executory ~
express ~
fair and valuable ~ ,
good ~ 1) ,
,
; 2)
gratuitous ~
illegal ~

implied ~
impossible ~
legal ~

material ~ 1) , ;
2) ,
meritorious ~ -

ambiguous construction
, , /
money ~
moral ~
nominal ~ ,
nugatory ~
past ~

pecuniary ~

preliminary ~ ()
real ~
sufficient ~

sympathetic ~
valuable ~ , ,

consignation 1) ()
; 2) ;
3)
consignatory (.)
consignee 1) , (); 2) (, );
3)
consignment 1) , ;
2) ( )
consiliarius (.)
consilium ,

consistency (.,
), , ,

defendants ~

plaintiff s ~
witnesss ~
consolidation 1) ; 2) ; 3) ()
~ of (legal) actions 1)
; 2)


~ of appeals
~ of applications (.)

~ of cases
~ of corporations
~ of hearings
~ of shipments
consort () (. )
consortium 1) ; 2)
constat
constituency ,
constituent 1) ; 2)
constitution 1) , ;
2) , , ;
3) ,
~ of the court
constraint 1) ; 2) ; 3)
time ~s ;
construction
~ of will
accepted ~
adverse ~ ,
ambiguous ~ 1) , ; 2) , ( )
107

authentic construction
authentic ~
authoritative ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ,
biased ~ ,
binding ~
broad ~
close ~ ()
commonly accepted ~

comparative ~ ,
correct ~
disused ~
divergent ~ ,
equitable ~ 1) ; 2)
erroneous ~
extended (extensive) ~
false ~
flexible ~
genuine ~
impartial ~
incorrect ~
judicial ~
latitudinal ~
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3) ,

liberal ~
limited ~
literal ~ ,
loose ~
misleading ~ ,

108

mistaken ~
narrow ~
orthodox ~
parsimonious ~
partial ~
predestined ~
prejudicial ~
purposive ~
restrictive ~ ()
statutory ~ 1) , ; 2)
strict ~ 1) ; 2)
true ~
verbal ~
violent ~
wrong ~
constructionist
consuetude ,
consultant ,
compliance ~ ,
,
consultation 1) (.)
; 2) ;

consumer
consummation 1) ; 2) , ; ; ;
~ of contract
~ of marriage ,

consumption ,
capital ~ ;
contango 1) (

contract of consignment
; ); 2) ( ; )
contemner , ( );

contemplation 1) , ;
2) ,
~ of bankruptcy ( )
contempt 1) (
. .), ( , . .); 2) ; 3) (
)
~ against judge
~ of court , ;
~ of the law ()
civil ~ ,
consequential (constructive) ~ ,
direct ~ 1) ( ); 2) ( )

indirect ~ ( )
,
()
contention 1) ; 2) ;
3)
contest
judicial ~
will ~
contestant , ,
contingencies

contingency , ,

allowance for ~
continuance 1)
, ; 2) ,
~ of lien
continuity 1) ;
2)
~ of service

legal ~ ;

contract , ,
~ by deed ,
~ by post ,

~ for forward delivery ,



~ implied in fact

~ implied in law
~ in suit ,
~ in writing
~ malum in se ,

~ malum prohibitum , ,

~ of adhesion ,
~ of affreightment

~ of agency
~ of beneficence
~ of carriage
~ of consignment

109

contract of debt
~ of debt
~ of engagement
~ of exchange and barter
~ of good faith ,

~ of guarantee
~ of indemnity
~ of insurance
~ of purchase/sale
~ of record ,

~ of tenancy ,
~ of work and labour ,
~ to sell (.) ,
~ unberrimae fidei
,
~ under seal
absolute ~
accessory ~
aleatory ~ ()

alternative ~
ambiguous ~
annuity ~
antenuptial ~
,
,
arrival ~ ,

beneficiary ~
binding ~

brokerage ~ ,
110

cash ~ ,

celebration of a ~
certain ~
classified ~
closed shop ~

collateral ~
conditional ~ ,
consensual ~
constructive ~
consumer ~
continuing ~
cost-plus ~


cost-plus-a-fixed-fee ~

currency futures ~ -
divisible ~
draft ~
engineering ~ ,

entire ~
essence of a ~
estate ~ ,

estoppel by ~
executed ~

executory ~

express ~

separation contract
federal ~ (.)
fiduciary ~
forward ~
frustrated ~ ; ,
futures ~
futures ~ failed to advance/decline
()
gaminy ~
gratuitous ~
hazardous ~ ()

illegal ~
immoral ~ ,

implicit ~ ,
implied ~ ,
;
impossible ~ ;
, -
inchoate ~ ,
indemnity ~
indivisible ~
innominate ~ ,
(
)
instalment ~ 1)
( ); 2) ( )
investment ~
joint ~ ,

know-how ~ (. . ), -
labour ~ ;
;

lease and licence ~ - ,


maintenance ~
marriage ~ ,
mixed ~ ,
nominate ~
,

nude ~ ( ),

nuptial ~
oidable ~
open ~
open-end ~ ,
option ~
output ~

parol (verbal) ~ ,

period ~
pooling ~ ;

post-nuptial ~ ,

principal ~
quasi ~
real ~ ; ,
sale ~
salvage ~ ,
separable ~
separation ~

111

service contract
service ~ ,

severable ~
several ~ ,
sham ~
simple ~ ,
,
simulated ~ ;
, ;
social ~
special ~ 1) ;
2) ;
3) , ,

specialty ~
spot ~ ( ),
standard form ~ ,
,
string ~ 1) ;
2) (pl.)

terminal ~
trade union ~
,
turkey ~

unenforceable ~ ,
unexecuted ~ 1) ; 2)
unilateral ~
usurious ~
verbal ~ 1) ; 2)
void ~
,
wagering ~
written ~ ,
112

yellow-dog ~ (.) ; ,
contraction 1) (.,
, ); 2)
contractor 1) ; 2) ,
building ~
cooperative ~ 1) ; 2)
defence ~
federal ~ (.)
independent ~
original ~
prime ~ ;

contradiction 1) , , ; 2)
~ of claims
an official ~ of roumours
contradictor ,
contravention 1) (,
); 2) (, )
~ of law ,

contribution 1) , , ; 2) ; 3) , ; 4)

~ in money (cash) or in kind

charitable ~
,
general average ~
, ;
optional ~

conversion
qualified ~ ,

contributor ,
;
contrivance 1) , ; 2) , , (. )
fraudulent ~
contriver
control 1) , , , , (), ; 2) , ; 3) ;
4)
absolute ~ ,

accounting ~
cost ~
crowd ~ ;
exchange ~ ,
exploitive monopolistic ~
judicial ~
legal ~ ,
liquor ~ ,
parking ~
rent ~
standard cost ~

wage-price ~
controversion ,
controversy 1) ; ( ); 2) , ;
3)
~ in issue

justiciable ~ , ; ,

labour ~
local ~ () ,

reasonable ~
( )
substantial ~
contumacy 1) ; 2)
actual ~
conusance ,
conusee - ( )
conusor , ( )
convenience 1) ; 2)
public ~
convention 1) , ;
2) ; 3) (.)
half-year ~ ;

conventionary (.) 1) ;
2)
conversation
criminal ~ 1) ; 2) ,
conversion 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4) , ; 5)
113

conversion by a trustee
~ by a trustee
,

~ of application (.) ,
fraudulent ~
,
improper ~ of public funds to ones own
use
conveyance 1) , (. ); 2)
(.
); 3)
~ by record ,
~ of patent
~ of property
absolute ~
antenuptial ~
( )
fraudulent ~ ,

to draft a ~

voluntary ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,
( )
conveyancer ,
;

conveyancing 1) , ; 2)
conveyer , ()
114

conviction ,
co-obligee
co-obligor
coparcenary
coparcener ,

( )
coparcenery 1)
; 2)
coparceny
( ); ;
copartner
copartnership
copartnery (.)
co-party ( )
co-plaintiff
co-promisee
co-promisor
co-protection
copy 1) (.) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) , ; 5) ()
~ of first-hand copy ,

~ of instrument
action ~
attested ~
authentic ~
authenticated ~
chinese ~ (.) , ; ,
certificated ~
close ~

corporation de jure
competitive ~ (.)
;
conformed ~

copyhold ~ (.) ( ,
)
diplomatic ~
disparaging ~

duplicate ~ ,
examined ~ ,
fair ~ ,
for true ~ ,

knocking ~ ,
,
legal deposit ~
manuscript ~ ;

negotiable ~ ; ,
office ~ 1) , , ; 2) ,
pirated ~ ,

printed ~ of the patent (.)
privileged ~ ( ,
)
scribal ~
true ~ ,

verified ~
voucher ~ 1) ; 2)

copyholder (.) (,
)
copyright ; ; ; ;

~ in (industrial) design

~ reserved
ad interim ~

common law ~ ,
Crown ~ ,
, ()
literary ~
statutory ~ ,
copyrightibility
,

co-respondent

corner 1) ,
; 2)
four ~s an instrument , ,
,
within four ~s ,

corporation , , , ,
~ by prescription

~ de facto
~ de jure

115

affiliated corporation
affiliated ~ ,

aggregate ~ ,
alien ~
business ~
charitable ~
civil ~ ( )
close ~ ( )
collapsible ~ ,

commercial ~
controlled ~
eleemosynary ~

family ~
insolvent ~ , ,
joint-stock ~
lay ~
moneyed ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
multinational ~

non-profit (non-for-profit) ~ ()
offending ~ ,
open ~
private ~ -
public utility ~ ,
quasi-public ~ ( )
116

sole ~
trading ~
trustee ~ ,

corporator
corpus (pl., corpora) (.) ,
correction 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
~ of bill 1)
; 2)
; 3) ; 4) ;
5) ; 6)
~ of inventorship (

)
correspondence 1) ;
2) ,
corrodiary (.) ,
,
corrody (.) ,
corrovoration 1) ( );
( ); 2)
~ of evidence
ample ~
dependent ~
independent ~
cosignatory ,
; , ( )

net cost
cost(s) 1) , ; 2) ;
3) , ; 4) ;
5) ,
~ and freight
~ of action ,
~ of capital
~ of goods sold

~ of living clause

~ of scrap (),
~s in (of) litigation
~s in the cause ,

~s in trial court
~s of administration ()
~s of capital deeping
~s of completion
~s of inventory

~s of justice
,
~s of lawyer
~s of sales
~s on appeal
~s to abide the event
accruing ~s ,
acquisition ~ ,
actual ~
actual ~s
all ~s ( ,
)
allocable ~s
allowable ~s

amortization ~s

amortized ~
average ~
average ~ per unit ~s
below ~
burden ~s
calculated ~s
commission ~s
committed ~s
(.: , , )
court ~s
current ~
double ~s
estimated ~
extra ~s ,

final ~ ,
first ~ ,
hospitality ~s
inderect ~s
interlocutory ~s ,
inventory ~ -
investment ~s
legal ~s
marginal ~
marketing ~s
miscellaneous ~s
negligible ~s ,

net ~ , ( )
117

original costs of the assets


original ~s of the assets
overall ~
party and party ~s ,
preproduction ~s
probable ~
regular statutory ~s

reoperation ~s
replacement ~
solicitor and client ~s
spoilage ~s

staff ~s
statutory ~s ,
substantial ~s ,
taxed ~s

treble ~s 1) ( , ,
); 2)
( )
with ~s ,
costing
absorption ~

co-stipulator
co-surety
co-tenancy ,
co-tenant , ,

cotrustee ( , 118

)
council 1) ; 2)
~ of conciliation ,

~ of the bar
judicial ~ 1) ; 2)
( )
judicial ~ of the circuit

restricted ~
Trusteeship ~ ()
counsel 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) , ; 4) ,

~ at law ( )
~ for the Commonwealth

~ for the defendant (the defence) ()


~ for the party
appointed (assigned) ~

chamber ~ 1) ,
,
; 2) ,
counselling ~ ,

divided ~ ,

family ~ ;
follow-up ~
junior ~ 1)
; 2)

Kings (Queens) C~
leading ~

counterpart
legal ~
obtained ~
opposing ~ 1) ; 2) ( )
Peoples ~
private ~ ,

retained ~
senior ~
trial ~ ,
( ),
counsellor 1) ,
(
); 2) ;
3) (. )
~ at law
defence ~
marriage ~
count 1) ;
; 2) ;
3) (.)
~ sur concessit solvere (.)
general ~
money ~
omnibus ~
( , , )
phantom ~ (., .)
, ( ,

, ,
, , )
special ~
counter (.)
counteraction
counter-affidavit

counter-appeal
counter-appellant ,
counterbond ;
counter-case ;
-
countercharge
counter-claim ,
counter-evidence ,


counterfeit 1) ,
; 2) ( ,
)
counterfeiting 1) ; 2) ( )
commercial ~ (., )
counterfoil (, . .)
counter-interrogation
counter-jetition
counter-letter
countermand 1)
, ; 2) (, . .)
countermart
counter-offer ,
counterpart 1) ,
( ); 2) ,
, ; 3) (, )
119

counter-petition
counter-petition
counter-plea ,
counter-proposal ,
counter-question
counter-security ;
countersign ,
countersignature ,

countersigning
counter-suit
courier , ,
course 1) (); 2) ,
,
~ of business
~ of dealing ,
~ of duty
~ of justice
~ of law ; ,
~ of performance
()
due ~ of law

due ~ of litigation
to defeat the ~ of justice
,

court 1) , , ,
; 2) ,
; 3) (.) , (., )
~ above
120

~ below
~ in band
~ not for record ,

~ of appeals
~ of arbitration ,
~ of cassation
~ of Claims (.)
( )
~ of Common Pleas ( )
~ of construction ,

~ of Customs and Patent Appeals (.)

~ of industrial relations ,
~ of nisi prius

~ of Ordinady ( )
~ of Passage ,
( )
~ of Protection (
)
~ of record
~ of referees
~ of small claims (
)
~ of staple
~ of Survey ( )
~ of swainmote
( ),
~ of wards ,

Registers court
~s of pie pudre (of piepoudre, of
piepowd ers)
(,
,
)
a ~ of first instance
appellate ~ (
)
assize ~
audience ~ (, ) ,

Bail C~ ( ,
)
bankruptcy ~
Barmote ~
burlaw ~

circuit ~
civil ~ ,
civil law ~
commissary ~ 1)
; 2) (.)
,

deciding ~

divided ~ ,

divorce ~

domestic ~
domestic relations ~
( )

examining ~
ex parte ~ (.)
family ~
final ~
full ~ ,
industrial ~
inferior ~
Instance ~ 1) ( ); 2) (.) ,

( )
justices ~ , ( )
kangaroo ~ ,
land ~ ;

Land Valuation Appeal ~


( )
lay ~
lower ~
magistrate(s) ~ , ,
maritime ~
merchants ~
minor ~
mixed ~
one-judge ~
open ~ 1) ; 2)
Orphans ~ 1) ( );
2) ( )
prize ~
Probate ~
Registers ~
( )
121

Restrictive Trade Practices court


Restrictive Trade Practices ~
,

Salford Hundred ~
( )
Scottish Land ~ (
)
statutory ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
summary ~ 1) ; 2)
Tax ~ ()
traffic ~ ,

trial ~
United States bankruptcy ~
vice-admiralty ~s (
)
court-baron
courtesy 1) ; 2)
court-house
court-room
cousin ,
first ~s
quarter ~s
second ~s
cousin-germane ,
,
covenant 1) , ,
; 2) ( ); 3) , ; 4)

122

~ against encumbrances (incumbrances)


~ for further assurance

~ for possession
~ for quiet enjoyment
~ for title

~ in law ,
~ not to compete
~ not to sue
~ of marriage
~ of non-claim
~ of right to convey

~ of seisin

~ of warranty

~ running with land ,

~ running with title ,

~ to convey

~ to renew

absolute ~
affirmative ~
collateral ~ ,
concurrent ~s ,

credit against goods


continuing ~
declaratory ~
dependent ~
disjunctive ~
executed ~ ,

executory ~
express ~
full ~
implied ~ ,
independent ~s
inherent ~ ,
intransitive ~ ,
joint ~

mutual and independent ~s
negative ~

particular ~s
real ~ 1) , ;
2)
restrictive ~ () ,
several ~
specific ~ ,
transitive ~ ,

covenantee 1) ; ,
; 2)

covenantor 1) ; , ; 2)
cover 1) ();
2) ( , ); 3) ;
~ for a draft
cash ~
full ~
gold ~
provisional ~
under separate ~
coverage 1) ; ;
, ; 2) (., );
3) ; 4) (., )
coverture 1) ; 2) ,
cover-up
covin ( )

cowie 1) (.) , ; 2)
crash ,
stockmarket ~
creancor/creancer
credential ,

credentials 1) ; 2) ,
credit 1) , ; 2) ;
3) ; 4)
~ against goods
123

credit of ones name


~ of ones name
~ of witness
~ of witness in a particular case
~ on easy terms

~ to income ,

acceptance ~
blank ~ ,

cash ~
clean ~ ,

commercial ~ 1) ; 2)
confirmed ~
consumer ~
export ~
extortionate ~
final payment against ~s

general ~ of witness
import ~
instalment ~

intermediate-term ~

lax ~
long term ~
medium-term ~
mortgage ~
open ~
paper ~ ,
public ~
reimbursement ~ - ( , )
124

revolving ~ 1) ; 2)
short-term ~
sight ~ ,
,

standby ~
tax ~ ,

tied ~
trade ~
usurious ~
crediting
creditor ,
~ at large ,

~ by priority
,

bona fire judgement ~ ,
bond ~
book ~
catholic ~ (.) ,
certificate ~ ,
double ~ ,
execution ~ ,

general ~
joint ~s , ,

judgement ~ ,

junior ~ , ,

cross-interrogatory(ies)
lien ~ , ;

preferred ~ ,
prior ~
secondary ~ (.) ,

secured ~ , ;
senior ~ , ; ;
,

several ~s ,

single ~ ,
to secure a ~
unprivileged ~
; ,
unsecured ~ ,
; ,
warrant ~ ,
creditworthiness
crib
crier (of court)
crime ,
~ mala prohibite
( )
constructive ~ , (-) ,

crimination
crook ,
cross (.)
double ~ ,
cross-action ,
cross-appeal
cross-appellant

cross-application
cross(-)bill 1) () ;
2) ; 3)
cross-claim 1) , ; 2)
( )
cross-defendant
cross-demand
cross-designation of record

cross-errors 1) , ;
2) ,

cross-examination

~ to credit

~ to the issue
, ,
cross-examiner ,

crossing ()
cross-interrogation

cross-interrogatory(ies) 1) ; 2)
125

cross-licensing
cross-licensing ()
cross-opposition ,
cross-proceeding(s)
cross-question ,

cross-questioning

cumulation

curator 1) (.) ; 2) ( )
cure
~ by verdict


~-no pay ( )
currency 1) , ; 2)
, ; 3)
~ of account ,

~ of contract 1) ;
2)
agreement ~
blocked ~
common ~
convertible ~ ()
depreciated ~
domestic ~ ()
functional ~
hard ~ ;

key ~ ,
soft ~
sound ~ ,
126

transaction ~
treasury ~
curtesy (
)
curtilage ,

custodian 1) , ;
2) ,
document ~
custodianship ,
custodier
custody 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3) , ; 4)
alternating ~

civil ~
documents ~
ideal ~
illegal ~

interim ~ 1) , ; 2) ,

joint ~
judicial ~ 1) ;
2)
lawful (legal) ~
parental ~
proper ~ ()
safe ~ , ,
special ~
to have in ~ 1) ; 2) ,
to have in ~ on a warrant

alternative damages
custom ,
~ of merchants ,
~ of the port ,
~ of the trade ,
commercial ~
marriage ~s
special ~ 1) ; 2)
Ulster (tenant-right) ~ ( )
customary ( )
customer , ,
final ~ ()
initial ~
undisclosed ~
cut ,
price ~
relief ~
cutback , ,

~ of spending
cutcherry (.)
cutting ; ,

cost ~ ,

rate ~ ;
selective prise ~
cycle () , ,
~ of money
~ of reproduction

~s in general business activities


boom-and-bust ~ ,

control ~
customer-calling ~

delivery ~
investment ~
turnover ~ ()

D
damage(s) 1) (pl.) ; 2) (pl.)
,
; 3) , ,
~ done
~ per crime ,
,
~s at large
~s to person
~s ultra
~ to property ,
actual ~ 1) ,
; 2) (pl.) ,

added ~s
aggravated ~s
aggregate ~
agreed ~s
agreed and liquidated ~s 1) ;
2)
alternative ~s ( )
127

amenity damages
amenity ~s
anticipatory ~s
apprehended ~
bodily ~
by way of ~s

civil ~s
claimed ~
compensable ~s ,

compensatory ~s ,
,
concealed ~ (
)
consequential ~s
contemptuous ~s ( , , , , ,
)
continuing ~
direct ~s
double ~s
excessive ~s
exemplary (presumptive/punitive/
punitory/vindicative) ~s ; ,

exemplary or punitive ~s

expectancy ~s
fee ~s

(
)
forseeable ~
general ~s ( 128


)
great ~
imaginary ~s
incidental ~
indirect ~s
intervening ~s ,

irreparable ~ 1)
; 2) (pl.) ,

land ~s
liquidated ~s ; ;
(
)
malicious ~
money (pecuniary) ~s ,
moral ~
necessary ~s
(
)
nominal ~s ,
,
patent ~s 1) (.) ; 2)
penal ~s
permanent ~s
property ~ 1) , ; 2) (pl.)

prospective ~s ;
proximate ~s
remote ~s

rescissory ~s

data of trial
riotous ~ ,
sentimental ~ ,
(
)
special ~s ,
,
specific ~ , ,
speculative ~s
statutory ~s ,

stipulated ~s

substantial ~s ,
temporary ~s
to ask for ~s

to assess ~s
to lay ~s ;
to pay ~s
to recover ~s

to repair/to pay/ the ~s

to suffer ~s
to undo the ~ ,

tremble ~s

unliquidated ~s ; ( ,

unrepaired ~
vindictive ~s ,
( )

damage-feasant
damnification ,
,
damnum absque injuria (.)
damnum emergens (.)
damp ;
to cash a ~ upon trade

Daniel (.)
~ come to judgement-upon ()
danism
data , ,
aggregate capital ~
assets-size ~
available ~ ,
balance sheet ~
date , , ,
~ of appearance ( )
~ of cleavage
~ of decision ,
~ of issue 1) ; 2)

~ of judg(e)ment
~ of maturity (., ),

~ of performance ,

~ of record
~ of signature (.,
)
~ of trial
129

date of verdict
~ of verdict
agreed-upon delivery ~
ante-~ 1) , , (,
.); 2) ,

applicable ~ ,

appointed ~ 1) ;
2)
bearing ~ ,
contract ~ ,
controlling ~
copyright ~
delivery ~
due ~
effective ~ ;
,
expiration ~

final ~
imprint ~ ,
interest ~
lodg(e)ment ~ (., , )
qualifying ~ ,

reciprocity ~ (.)
( )
value ~
dation ,

day 1) , ; 2)
~ in court 1) ,
; 2)

130

~ of grace ; ; ,
~s in court
~s respite ;

account ~ ; ,
active ~s
adjournment ~ ,
affirmance- ~ -general (.) ,

appearance ~ ,

business ~ ,
calendar ~ 1) ;
2)
civil ~
closing ~
commission ~
court ~ -
, ,
excluded ~ ,
judicial ~
juridical ~

law ~ 1) ( ) ; 2)
lay ~s ,

legal ~ -
mean solar ~
non-judicial ~

debt(s)
order ~ ( )
paper ~ ,
peremptory ~ ,
quarter ~ (,
)
return ~ ,
settlement ~
,
term ~ 1) ;
2) ,
(, . .)
trading ~
trial ~
working ~s
dayman 1) ; 2) , ,
dead-hand ,
deadline
dead-pledge
deal 1) ; 2)
compensation ~

package ~ ,
to make ~
dealer 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
exchange ~
illicit ~ ; ,

real estate ~
security ~ , ;

dealership , ; ,

to grant ~
to withdraw ~

dealing 1) , , , , ,
; 2) (pl.)
clandestine ~ ,

stock exchange ~s
dean ,
D~
D~ of Arches
D~ of Faculty ( )
debarment ,
debate(s) , ,
,
forensic ~ ,

debenture 1) , ; 2)
convertible ~

customs ~

mortgage ~

sincing fund ~ ,

subordinate ~

debit ,
debt(s) 1) , . . ;
, , ; 2)
; 3)

131

debt by simple contract


~ by simple contract

~ of record ,

~s of deferred maturity
~s repayable in annual installments
,
active ~ 1) ,
; 2)
ancestral ~ ,
antecedent ~
bad ~s ; ,

bonded ~ ,
book ~ ,

community ~
consumer ~
contract(ed) ~
convertible ~
crown ~ ( )
due (matured) ~ ,

false ~ (
, )
fiduciary ~
floating ~ ; ,

fraudulent ~ ,

free of ~
funded ~ ,
gaming ~ ,
hypothecary ~ ,

132

installment ~ ,
interest ~
judgement ~ ,
legal ~ 1) , ; 2)

liquid ~ ( )
liquidated ~ 1) ;
2) ,
mercantile ~
mortgage ~
mutual ~s
outstanding ~ ,
passive ~ 1) , ; 2)
play ~ ,

preferential (preferred) ~ ( )
privileged ~
pure ~ (.) ( )
recoverable ~ ,

secured ~
simple ~ ,
specialty ~
to acknowledge a ~
to cancel ~s
to collect ~s ,
to discharge a ~ ()

to get into ~s
to incur a ~
to meet ~s ()

impugned decision
to owe a ~
to recover a ~
to retire ~s
to settle ~
to sink a ~
total ~
unsecured ~
debtee
debtor 1) ; 2) ;
3)
absconding ~ ,
discharged ~ ,

fraudulent ~ ,
insolvent ~
joint ~s ; ,
judgement ~ , ;
liquidating ~
poor ~
primary ~
principal ~ 1) ;
2)
( )
several ~s ,

sudry ~s
decay , , ,

decease ,
decedent
deceit 1) , ; 2)

by ~ ,
decency ,

deception
caught in a ~
decerniture ,

decision ,
(),
~ in the action
~ in X v. Y Y
~ on the merits
(, )
~ on the substance (merits) of the case

~ under the statute ,
adverse ~ ,

arbitral ~
authoritative ~ 1) ; 2) ()

case ~
conclusive ~ ( )

court ~
definitive ~
disposition ~
(, )
disputed ~ ,

executive ~

favourable ~ ,
final ~ 1) ;
2)
final and conclusive ~

flat ~
immunity ~

impugned ~
133

interim decision
interim ~
judges ~
judicial ~
landmark ~
, ; ,

legal ~
majority ~

motivated ~
plea-bargaining ~ ,

previous ~ ,

reasoned ~
reported ~ ,

sentencing ~
state ~
the ~ is pending
to reach a ~ 1) ;
2)
unreported ~ 1) , ;
2) , , , . .
waiver ~ ()
declarant 1) (,
. .), ; 2)
declaration 1) , . . ; 2) ( ); 3)

~ against interest

~ by authority
~ in chief
134

~ in lieu of an oath ,
~ of absence

~ of bankruptcy/of insolvency
~ of death

~ of forfeiture (
)
~ of insolvency
~ of intent ,

~ of intention 1) , ; 2) (.)
~ of majority -

~ of priority (.) ()
~ of trust
~ of will 1) ; 2)
common-law ~
dying ~
equivocal ~ ,
false ~
legitimacy ~ ()

negative ~ ,

pedigree ~ ( )
positive ~ ,

positive ~ of authority

dedimus
post-testamentary ~ of testator
statutory ~
( )
to utter ~
true ~ ,
untrue ~ ,
declarator (.)
, ,
declination (.)

declinature (.)
, ()
deconsecration 1) ;
2)
~ of divorce
~ of lunacy

de computo (.)

decree , , (), ,
(), ,
~ in equity ,
~ nisi (.) -
(. ; ,
)
~ of distribution
~ of insolvency
~ of nullity -

(,
. .),
~ of restriction

~ of the court , , , ,

~ pro confesso

absolute ~ , (
)
adverse ~

consent ~
dative ~ (.)

deficiency ~
divorce ~
final ~ ( )
foreclosure ~ 1) ; 2)

pronounce a ~
decreet (.)
~ absolvitor (.)
~ condemnator (.)

dedication 1) (); 2) (.)
, ,

dedimus ,
135

deduction
deduction 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) , ,
; 4) ,
depreciation ~ ;

rat(e)able from pay ~s

deed 1) , , ,
; 2) ; 3) ,
; 4)
~ in fee
~ mortis causa (.)

~ of accession (.)
~ of agency
~ of arrangement
~ of assignment
~ of conveyance ,
~ of covenant

~ of defeasance , -

~ of distruction
~ of gift ,
~ of protest
~ of real estate

~ of release
~ of separation
136

~ of settlement -
~ of transfer ,

~ of trust

absolute ~ 1)
; 2)
( )
assignment ~ ,

defeasible ~ ,
forged ~s
gratuitous ~
morgage ~ ,
quitclaim ~ ,

tax ~

title ~ ,
( -)
to draw up a ~
trust ~ ( )
valid ~ ,

deed-poll

deemster ,
( )
defalcation 1) ; ; 2)
defalcator
defamation (
),

defence of laches
~ of character
malicious ~
default 1) ; ;
2) ; ; ; 3) ,
-; 4) ; 5)
~ at trial
~ in appearance ( )
~ in payment
~ of appearance
~ of defence
~ of issue
~ of payment
~ of pleading
~ on debt
~ on interest
~ on obligations
by ~ ;
in ~ of payment
on ~ ,
to be in ~
to claim ~

to go by ~
to make ~ 1) (); 2)
to suffer a ~
willfull ~

defaulter 1) , ; 2) , ; 3)

defeasance 1) , , ; 2) ; (
)
defeat 1) , ;
2) ( . .)
defect ; ; ; ,
~ in process
~ of form ,

~ of proceedings
~ of substance ,

~ of title
apparent ~(s) (), () , () ()
formal ~
legal ~ ,

defence 1) ; 2) ; 3)
; ;
4) , ; 5)
~ of alibi
~ of appeal
~ of duress
~ of extreme necessity ,

~ of inadmissibility

~ of irrelevance
()
~ of irresponsibility

~ of laches ( , )
137

defence of minority
~ of minority
~ of mistake
~ of pregnancy

~ of privilege
~ of property
~ of superior order

~ to counterclaim

affirmative ~ ,
available ~
civil ~
complete ~
dilatory ~ ,
( )
error facti ~
full ~

good ~ 1) ,
; 2)

good faith ~
invalidity ~
(., )
issuable ~

legal ~
legality ~
licence ~ ( )
meritorious ~
misuse ~

138


necessity ~ ()
negative ~
objective ~
open ~ ,
peremptory ~ ,

points of ~

pretermitted ~ ,
private ~ ( )
sham ~ , ( ,
)
special ~

state ~ ;
to be heard in ones ~ ( )
to conduct ~

to conduct ones own ~

to establish ~
to forestall a ~
to lead for the ~
to maintain ~

to make ~
to raise ~ ,
to set up ~
to support ~

deforceor
to support ~ of procedural law
to support ~ of sustantive law -
valid ~ 1)
; 2) ,
defendant
~ in attendance

~ in error
~s joined for trial ,


aggrieved ~ ,
antitrust ~ (.)
civil ~
cooperative ~
( )
corporate ~ -
federal ~ (.)
impecunious (indigent) ~ ,
,

multiple ~ 1) ,
; 2) (pl.)
numerous ~s
prospective ~
putative ~
several ~s
state ~
to find for (against) ~
()

United States ~ 1) , ; 2)
unrepresented ~

defendant-patient ,
defender 1) (.)
; 2)
defensor 1) ; 2) ;
3)
defiance ;
()
~ of law
in ~ of ,
deficiency , , , -
~ of law ,
~ of specification
()
legal ~
to correct a legal ~
to make up ~
deficit , , ;
;
definition , ,

judicial ~
legal ~
legislative ~
deflation ,

deforcement 1) , ,
; 2)
; 3) (.)

deforceor

139

deforciant
deforciant

defraudation , ;
(-)
defrayal ,
defrayer
degeneration ,
~ of trademark ( )
degree 1) , ; 2)
()
~ of consanguinity ,

~ of inventiveness , ,
~ of jurisdiction
~ of newness
~ of proof
~s of kin
~s of negligence
civil ~ ,
Levitical ~ ,
relation ~
prohibited (forbidden) ~s ,
delay 1) , , ; 2) ; 3) ;
,
~ in appeal
~ in delivery ;

~ in performance
~ in trial 1) ; 2)
~ on appeal 1) ; 2)

140

inordinate ~
ordinate ~
pre-arrest ~
reasonable ~ ,
to ask for a ~
to grant a ~
unreasonable ~ ,
without ~ , ,
without undue ~
del credere (.) ( )
delegant ,
delegation 1) ()

; 2) , (); 3) ,
~ of powers
trade ~
deletion , ,
( )
deliberation 1) , ; 2)
jurys ~
to recess for ~
to retire for ~ ( )
delict , ,
delineation 1) ;
2) ,
delinquency 1) ,
; 2) , (, ); 3) ,

express demand
computer ~ ,
contractual ~ ,

counsels ~

detected ~
infant ~
juvenile court ~

minimal ~ (
, , . .)
deliverance 1) (.) ; 2) (.) , ; 3) ,
; 4)
deliveries
counter ~
credit ~
delayed ~
obligatory ~
reciprocal ~
reparation ~
delivery 1) ,
; 2) , ,
(); 3) (); 4) ();
5) ()
~ by installments

~ in escrow
(
)
~ of complete factory equipment

~ pursuant to a contract

absolute ~ of deed , ,

additional ~s
forward ~
legal ~ ,
manual ~ ,

short ~
to delay ~
to make ~ of a commodity
to take ~ , (, )
to take ~ of a commodity
,
demand 1) , , ,
; 2) ;
3) ; 4)
~ and supply
~ for relief ;
~ in reconvention
after ~
civil ~
civil investigative ~ (.)
counter ~ ,

cross ~ ( )
enforcement ~s ,
express ~
141

independent demand
independent ~
investigative ~
, ,
lawful ~
legal ~
liquidated ~
on ~ ;

on ~ after date
opposite ~
personal ~ (
)
to hold a ~ against smb.
-
to pay on ~ 1) ; 2)
unliquidated ~
demandant
demander ;
demesne ; ;
; (
)
~ as of fee

ancient ~ 1) ;
2) (.) , ; 3) (.) , (1006 .)
Royal ~
demise 1)
; 2) ;
142

demurrage ( . .),
, , ,
,
demurrant ,
; ,

demurrer ,
; ,
~ to evidence (
)
~ to interrogatory ,

general ~
,
parol ~ ( )
speaking ~

special ~ - ; ,
denial 1) , , ; 2) , ,

~ of discharge
( )
~ of export privileges

~ of fault/of ones guilt
()
~ of justice
~ of public right
~ of right ;

deposition
~ of tariff concessions
~ under oath ()

bare ~
conjunctive ~
flat ~
general ~ ,
specific ~
; ,
denigration 1) ; 2)
denomination 1) , ; 2)
~ of applicant
denunciation 1) ; 2) , , ; 3) , ; ()
departure 1)
; 2) (.) ;
3) , ( , , . .); ;
dependence 1) (, ); 2) ; 3) , ,
dependent
personal ~
deponent , ; , ; ,

deposit 1) , ;
; ;
; 2) , ; 3) , ( ); 4) ( );
5) (, ,
)
~ at short notice
~ for hire
~ of title-deeds
bank ~ ,
demand ~
equitable ~

fixed ~
general (irregular) ~ -,

involuntary ~ 1) ;
2)
naked ~

regular ~ ,
savings ~
sight ~
special ~ ,
specific ~ ,

time ~
transferable ~s
depositation 1) (.) ,
, ; 2) , ; 3) ( )
deposition 1) () ; ; 2)
; 3)
, , ; 4) , , ; 5)
143

deposition in evidence
~ in evidence
~ of testimony
oral ~
pretrial ~ 1)
; 2) (, , )
sworn ~

to take ~

depositor ; ; ; ,
depository 1) , ;
2) ;
depot ,
sales ~
supply ~
wholesale ~
deprecation ;
depreciation ;
~ of capital
~ though inflation
deprivation ;
~ of consortium ,
~ of necessities
~ of property ,
~ of rights , ,
de recordo et processu mittendis (.)


144

derelict 1) ;
2) ,
dereliction 1) , ; 2) , (); 3)
~ of duty ,

derogation 1) ( . .); 2) ()
~ of the powers
in ~ of ,
descendant ,
collateral ~
direct (lineal) ~

descendibility ,
descent 1) ,
;
2)
~ of property in the female line
collateral ~
,

direct (lineal) ~ 1)
; 2)
description ; ;

complete ~ of evidential items



trade ~ ()
desertion
~ and non-support

~ of pauper

design ; ;

determination of proceeding(s)
ornamental ~ ( )
patentable ~ (.)

patented ~ (.)

registered ~

trademark ~ ,
designation 1) ; 2) , , ( ); 3) ;
4)
ad interim ~

service ~
trade ~
designee

despatch (dispatch) 1) ;
2) ; 3) ,

~ of business ,
customary ~ ,
reasonable ~
desperado (, )
destination ,
destruction 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ of action

property ~

detainee ,
,
detainer 1)
; 2) ; 3) ()

forcible ~ , (, )
to let the ~ stand
detainment
detention 1) , () ; 2) , ,
; 3) , ,
~ on remand
~ until the trial
detention awaiting trial (temporary) ~

unfounded ~ ,
voluntary ~

determination 1) ; 2) (); 3) , (); 4)
~ of adverse claim
,

~ of guilt ,

~ of indigency ,
~ of law 1) ,
; 2)
, ( )
~ of proceeding(s)
145

bail determination
bail ~ ,

final ~ ,
initial ~
procedural ~
restitution ~
waiver ~
determiner (.) , ,
detinue 1)
() () ; 2) ,
detraction
detractor
detriment , ,
to the ~ of -
-
devastation 1) (
. .), ;
2)
devastavit 1)
; 2)

deviation , . .

device 1) , , ; 2) ,
accused ~ (.) , , ( )
advertising ~ , (
)
146

fraudulent ~
infringing ~ (.)

unlawful ~
devise 1) ,
; 2) , , ; 3)
contingent (executory) ~
general ~

lapsed ~ ,
; ,
residuary ~ ,
specific ~
devisee
,
first ~
residuary ~ ( ) ,
deviser 1) , ; 2)
devisor
devolution
(, )

dialect
the lawyers ~
dicker ,

written direction
dictate ,
dictation 1) ; 2)
dictum (.) ; , ; ,
; ,
gratis ~ (.)
obiter ~ (.) 1) (); 2)
judicial ~ () ,

diddeisor , (-)
dies (.)
~ juridicus (.)

~ non (juridicus) (.)
diet 1) (.) ; 2)
; 3) ;
4)
difference , , ,
~ in field (.)

legal ~
to arrange a ~ ,
to decide the ~ ,
to settle ~ ,
to speculate in ~s (.)

to split the ~ , ; ,

diffusion ;
~ of investment
digama (digamy)
digamist ,

digression (
)
dijudication

dilapidation(s) 1) ,
; 2) ; 3)
( )
to pay for ~s
,
diligence 1) ; 2) (.)
;
3) (.)
dilution (
)
diminition ,
(,
)
dimission
direction 1) , ; 2) , ; 3) ,
, , ;
4)
~ in case of need

(judges) ~ to the jury ()
verbal ~
written ~
147

disability
disability 1) ; ; 2) ; ; 3) ;
; 4)
~ of infancy

~ of judge 1) ; 2)
partial ~
pensionable ~ ,

permanent ~ () ( )
temporary ~
total ~
disablement 1) , ; 2)
disadvantage 1) , ; 2) ,
legal ~
disaffirmance , ; ,
disageement , ,
disallowance , ,
disappropriation
disarrangement , ,
~ of settlement relations
disavowal 1) ; 2) , ; 3)
disbarment
,
148

disbursement 1) ; 2) ,
discharge 1) ( ); 2) ;
3) , (, ); 4) ,
(); 5) ();
6) ( ); 7) ; 8) ,

~ for inaptitude
~ of contract ;

~ of debt
~ of debtor

~ of defendant
~ of duty ;
~ of grand jury ( )
~ of jury
( )
~ of surety
absolute ~ 1)
( . .); 2) ( ); 3)
conditional ~
final ~ ,
lawful ~
safe ~ ( ), ,

to acquire discretion
suspensive ~
unconditional ~ ,

discipline 1) , ;
2)
exact (harsh) ~
stern (strict) ~
disclaimer 1) ( ), ; 2)
;
;
3) , (, )
terminal ~
disclosure ; ;
;
~ of agreement

~ of alibi
~ of document 1) ; 2)
~ of evidence ,
~ of information 1) ; 2)
~ of invention 1) , ; 2)
mandatory ~ ()
unclaimed patent ~ , ,
; ,
,
discontinuance 1) (.
); 2)
involuntary ~

discount 1) , ;
2) ; 3) ; 4)

discovert ,
discoverture ,
( )
discovery 1) ()
, ; 2) ;
3) ( )
~ of documents 1) ; 2)
~ of evidence

~ of law ,
( )
omnibus pretrial ~
)
pretrial ~
discredit 1) ; 2) ; 3) ()
discrepancy , ,
,
price ~
discretion 1) ,
; 2)
~ of the court
abused ~ ,
at the ~
judicial ~ ,

legal ~ ,

reasonable ~
restrained ~ ,
sentencing ~
sound ~ ,
to acquire ~
149

unrestrained discretion
unrestrained ~ ,
discrimination 1) ; 2) ,
;
employment ~

illegal (unlawful) ~
discussion 1) ; ; , ; 2)
( ); 3)
( , )
disengagement 1) ;
2)
disentail

disentailment
disestablishment
disherison
disheritance
dishonesty 1) ; , ; 2) ;
3)
employee ~
dishono(u)r 1) ; 2)

disinherison
disinheritance
disinterestedness ; ;
disintermidation
150


disinvestment
dismissal 1) ();
( ); 2) (); 3) ,
~ agreed
~ of action 1) ,
; 2)
~ of a jury
~ of appeal ;

~ of case
~ of licence
~ of review ( )
~ without prejudice


~ with prejudice


lawful ~ 1) , ; 2)
prejudicial ~

pretrial ~
summary ~ ()

voluntary ~
wrongful ~ 1) , ; 2)
dismission ; ;

disparagement 1) ; 2) , ; 3) ,

in dissent
~ of competitor
,

dispensation 1) , ,
, ; , ; 2) ()
~ of justice
marriage ~
disponent
disposal 1) ();
(); ();
2) , (, ); 3) ,

disposition 1) , (, ); 2)
(), (); 3) ,
; 4) , ,
~ of case ,

~ of funds
~ of offender ,

~ of profits
contentious ~ , ()
courts ~ of the case
delinquent ~ ,
former ~ ,

post-mortuary ~
previous (prior) ~ ,
testamentary ~

the ~s of the statute ()


dispossession 1) (); 2) ; ( . .)
disproof
dispute
family ~
industrial ~
inter-union ~
justiciable ~ ; ,

labour ~
land ~
persons in ~ 1) , ; 2)
reasonable ~
to settle ~ ,
trade ~
disqualification 1) , ; 2) ; 3) , ; 4) , ;
,
age ~ -
disquisition (, , )
disrespect
~ for law ,
disseisee ,

disseisin ( )
dissent ,
, ( )
in ~

151

dissenter
dissenter
~ from court ,
~ from judg(e)ment ,

dissentient ,
disseraination ,
()
dissolution 1) ; 2) (); 3) ,
; 4) ; 5)
~ of a treaty
~ of marriage
voluntary ~ 1) ; 2)
distinctiveness
(., )
distinctness
(., )
distortion ()
distrainee ,
()

distrainer ,
distrainment (distraint)

;
under ~ ( )
distress 1) , ; 2) ; ; 3) ,
to levy a ~ ,
( )
distributee ( )
152

distribution 1) , . .
( ); 2) (.) ()
~ in liquidation

~ of estates , -
~ of justice
final ~

tentative ~
distributor ; ;
; ; ; ,
( , ,
)
district
assessment ~ ,
judicial ~
distringas 1)
; 2)

disturbance
~ of franchise ,
family ~ ; ,
disuse (, . .)
diversion ,
,
~ of goods
~ of waters ,

diversity 1) , ;

undefended divorce
2)
~ of practice
,

divestiture (, , )
dividend
accrued ~(s) 1) ,
; ,
; 2) ,

accumulated ~s
;
asset ~ ()
cash ~
comulative ~s
consent ~
constructive ~

contributory ~ ( )
deferred ~s
extra ~
passed ~

preferred ~
scrip ~ ,

share ~
stock ~
unpaid ~
year-end ~ ,
division 1) , , ; ; ; 2) , ,
; 3) ,

~ of labour
~ of opinion
Admiralty D~
,
( )
Divorce D~ ( )
even ~ of votes

Family D~
( )
Probate D~ ( )
substantive ~s ()
divorce ,
~ a mensa et thoro ,
( )
~ a vinculo matrimonii (
)
~ by proxy
absolute ~ 1) ,
; 2)
defended ~

international ~ ,

limited ~ ,
migratory ~
( ,
)
out-of-state ~
( )
undefended ~

153

divorcee
divorcee ,
divorcement 1) ;
2) (.)
( )
divorcer 1)
(, ); 2) ,

docket (.) 1) , ; 2) ,
; 3) ,
; ; ,
; ; ( )
appearance ~

civil ~
judgement ~
motion ~
on the ~ , ,
trial ~
doctrine , ,
alter ego ~

attractive nuisance ~ ,
common employment ~ (
, )
continuous transportation ~
154

deviation ~
( ),
exhaustion (by sale) ~ (.) ( )
family purpose ~ ,

functionality ~ ( ,
, ,
)
infection ~
( )
internal ~


second(ary) meaning ~
( ,
, , ,
)
stare decisis ~

work made for hire ~ , ( ,


, , ,
)
document
~ in evidence ,

matrimonial domicile
~ obtained by process ,
~ of incorporation
~ of title (to the goods)
~ read in evidence ,
~s of the case in court ,
~ under seal
autograph ~ signed
contested ~
counterfeit ~
evidential ~ ,

forged ~ ,

incriminating ~
legal ~
questioned ~
shipping ~s ,

ships ~s
testamentary ~ , ;
to settle ~
to suppress ~
to surrender ~s
to tender ~s
vessel ~s
documentation 1) , ; 2) ,
additional ~ 1) ; 2)
,
doer , ,
; , ;

doing ,
dole 1) (.) ; 2)

domain 1) ; 2) ,
;
~ of law ,
eminent ~
exclusive ~ 1) ( ); 2)
territorial ~ 1) ; 2) ,

domestication
domicile 1) (),
; 2)
, ()
~ by birth
~ by choice
~ by operation of law ,
~ of choice (of origin)
( )
~ of succession ,
civil ~ ( )
commercial ~ ,
domestic (municipal) ~ ,
elected ~ (
)
matrimonial ~
155

native domicile
native ~
natural ~
original ~ 1) ; 2) ,
personal ~ (
)
quasi-national ~
trade ~ , ,
domiciliation ,
dominion ; ;

exercised ~

donatary
donatio mortis causa (.)

donation 1) , ; 2)
donatory ,
,
donee 1) , ;
2) , ;
3) , ; ,

doner
sham ~
donor 1) , ;
2) ,
~ intestate ,

~ testate , ,
doom (.) ,
doomsday
doomsman
156

doomster 1) (.) ;
2) (.)
dormancy
dos ( )
dot (.)
dotation 1) , ;
2)
dower
doweress (.) ,

downfall
downy , ,
one-time ~ies
draft 1) ; 2) ,
approved ~
bank (bankers) ~ , ;

bill ~
clean ~
demand ~ ,
documentary ~
; ,
long ~ ,
presentation ~ ,

return ~ ,
sight ~ , ;
time ~
to issue ~
drafting
claim ~ 1) ; 2) (.)

draftsman

death duty
draw
drawback , ; ; ; ;
drawee
drawer , ,
drawing (); ( ); ;
, ; ;
~ in a set

drink-drive
drinking
legal ~

underage ~

droit 1) , ; (.) ; 2) (pl.) ; 3) (pl.)

drop ,
~ of prices
duces tecum (.)


dud (.) ,
due , , ,
annual ~ , , ,
port ~s
regular ~ , , ;
dues ,
dumping ;

dun
duplicate 1) , ; 2) ;
3)
~ of exchange
duplicity ;

duply (.) ,
duration , (, . .)
~ of recommitment ,
duress(e)
~ of goods
economic ~

to do something under ~

duressor ,
duty 1) , , , ; 2) , ,
~ enjoined by law ,
~ for revenue
~ free ,
~ of detraction
civilian ~
contractual ~ ,
contrary to a ~
death ~
157

disclosure duty
disclosure ~ 1)
; 2) (.)
( )
discretionary ~
elected for a ~
estate ~
excise ~ ,
inheritance ~
judicial ~ ,
legal ~
succession ~

tack ~ (.)
to accomplish the ~
dwelling ,
dyvour (.) ,

E
earles-penny (earls penny)
earmarking ,
earner ,
earnest
earnings , ,
~ before interest and taxes

~ per share
excess ~
export ~
fully diluted ~ per share

net ~ after taxes
158

retained ~
subsidiary ~
earsement ,
~ by implication

~ by prescription
~ in gross
~ of access
~ of convenience

~ of natural support
~ of necessity
affirmative ~ ( ),

apparent ~
appurtenant ~ ;
,
continuous ~
discontinuing ~
discontinuous ~
exclusive ~
implied ~
intermittent ~
negative ~
private or public ~
public ~
quasi ~
reciprocal negative ~
reserved ~
secondary ~ ( );
ear-witness , , ;

election
edition 1) ; 2) , ,
copyright ~ ,
enlarged ~ ,
official ~ 1) ;
2) ,

original ~
seized ~
unauthorized ~ ,

unofficial ~ 1) ; 2) ;
effect 1) , ; 2) , , , , , ; 3) ;
; 4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) ()
adverse ~
binding ~ (, . .)
delaying ~
deterrent ~ ( ) ; ,
evidential ~
feedback ~ of income upon investment

further ~ (, , )
in ~ ( , , )
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ;
movable ~s
personal ~s
portable ~s
to come into ~
to give ~ to ~

to give further ~
to give into ~
to leave no ~s
to take ~
effectiveness 1) ;
2)
investigative ~
judicial ~

law ~ ,
law enforcement ~

legal ~
procedural ~

remedial ~

effectuation
~ of arrest
efficiency ,
~ of labour
efflux(ion) 1) ();
2)
ejection ,
ejectment 1) , ; 2)
( ); 3)
; 4)
; 5)
equitable ~
justice ~
ejector ,
()
casual ~
election
159

election of remedies
~ of remedies
elegit (.) 1)
(); 2) , , ; 3)


element 1) , ;
2) ; 3) (); 4) (pl.) , , -
~ of claim (.)

~ of introduction
essential ~ ,

eligibility (
)
age ~
definite ~ ,

indefinite ~ , ( , . .)
limited ~

unlimited ~
eliment ,
elimination , , ,
elisor 1) ,
; 2) ,
(
)
elogium
eloign 1)
; 2) 160

; 3) ( ,
)
eloigner 1) , ; 2) ,
( ,
)
emancipation ,
-
embargo 1) , , ; 2)

absolute ~ , ; ,
hostile ~
to lift the ~
embezzlement ;
embezzler ,
embracer ,

embracery
emergence ;
emergency ;
;

emissary ,
emission , ;
emolument ; ;
; ; ,
emparlance

emphyteusis ,

endorsement after maturity


emphyteuta
employ
employee ,

called-in ~ ,

corporate ~
crooked ~ ,

; ,

defendant ~ ,

larcenous ~ ,


plaintiff ~ ,

public ~
thieving ~ ,


tortious ~ ,

employer ,
employment 1) ; 2) ; 3) , ,
common ~ (
,

)
equal ~ (
,
, , )
occasional ~
to forfeit ones ~

empowerment 1) , ; 2) ,

emption
emptio bonorum (.)

emptio et venditio (.)

emptor (.)
enclosure 1) , ;
2) (., )
forced ~ (., .)
encroachment , , (- )
encumbrance (.) 1)
( ); , (
); 2) ( ); 3) ,

to be free from any charge or ~


-
encumbrancer , ; ; ,
endeavo(u)r ; ;

endorsee ,
~ in due course
endorsement 1)
(); 2) , , ; 3)
(
),
; 4) ,

~ after maturity
161

endorsement for an account


~ for an account
(
)
~ for collection

~ in blank
,
~ in full ,
~ without recourse

accommodation ~
blank ~
conditional ~
forged ~
full ~
general ~ 1)
; 2) ( )
judicial ~ , ( )
qualified ~ ,

restrictive ~
special ~ 1)
; 2)
( )
unconditional ~
endorser 1) ,
( . .); 2) ,

accommodation ~ ,
successive ~
endowment 1) ; ;
; 2) ; 3)
charitable ~ 1) ; 2)
endurance
162

enfeoffment 1) , ; 2) ;
3) ; 4) ,
enforceability
;
;
enforcement 1)
() ; 2) , ; 3) (, );
~ of judgement (of a writ)
( )
~ of law ,
~ of right ( )
()
antitrust administrative ~ (.)

antitrust civil ~ (.)

antitrust ~ (.)
antitrust regulatory ~ (.)
judicial ~ ,
juvenile law ~

legal ~
legal ~ of law
legitimate law ~

liberal ~ 1) ; 2) (.) ; 3)

enterprise
procedural ~
strict ~ (of law) 1)
; 2)
substantive ~
to make ~ distinctions ;
trade ~ ,
(., )
traffic (law) ~
;
enforcer , ; ,
antitrust ~ (.) ,
law ~
engagement 1) , ; 2) (.) ; 3) ; 4) ; ; 5)
~ to marry ,
entered ~ 1) ;
2)
lawful ~ 1) ; 2) ;
3)
social ~ ,

to enter into an ~

unlawful ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)
engager 1) ; 2) ,

Englishry ,
enjoyment ();
();
()
~ of property ; ;
adverse ~ (
)
beneficial ~
-
quiet ~ ,
quiet ~ of the goods ( )
enquirer
enquiry 1) ; 2) ,
,
forensic ~
judicial ~
preliminary ~
enrolment 1) ; 2) ;
3) ;
4) ,
entail 1) ;
2) ,
entailer 1) , ; 2) ( )
entailment (

); (
)
enterprise ; ; ; ;
163

business enterprise
business ~
illegal ~ ,
;
legitimate ~ ;
;
entirety
entitlement 1) -;
2) ( -); 3) ( -); 4) ,
leave ~
overhead ~

entity ,
, - ;
; ;
~ in its own right ,
corporate ~ , ,
economic ~ ,

formal ~

informal ~ ;
juridical ~ 1) ;
2)
legal ~ 1) ;
2)
separate ~
entrenchment 1)
( - ); 2) ,
~ on a right ,
164

entrepreneur
entry 1)
;
2) ;
3) , ; 4) , , ; 5) , ; 6) ( )
~ ad terminium qui praeterit

~ of the credit side
~ of trial ,

additional ~ ( )


arrest ~
bogus ~
closing ~ ,
credit ~
debit ~
false ~
forced ~ ( )
forcible ~
( )
forcible ~ and detainer 1)
; 2)
,

original ~
previous ~ ( )
equality ,
~ before the law

error in fact (in law)


~ of votes
legal ~
sovereign ~
equity 1) ( ,
, ;
); 2) (pl.)
(-) , ; 3) ; 4) ; 5)
; 6) ; ; ; ; ;
,

;
~ of partners
~ of redemption
~ of statute
contravening ~
countervailing ~ ,
in ~ 1) ; 2)

latent or secret ~
minimum ~

owners (shareholders) stockholders ~
()
paramount ~ ,
to balance ~ and debt

wifes ~
equivalence 1) ;
2) -

equivalent
equivocation 1) ( ); 2) , ,
erasure 1) , ; 2) ,
ermine 1) (

); 2)

to assume (to wear) the ~ ()

error 1) ; 2) (. .
, )
~ apparent of record

~ causa (contrahendi) (.)
~ coram nobis (.) ,

~ in accidentia (.) ,
~ in consensu (.)
~ in essentia (in substantia) (.)
,
~ in exercise of jursdiction

~ in extremis ,
~ in fact (in law) ()
165

error in judgement
~ in judgement
~ in personam (.)
~ in rem (.)

~ juris (.) ,
~ of fact
~ of law
~s (and omissions) excepted ( )
apparent ~ , (
)
culpable ~ ,
formal ~ (. .
, )
fundamental ~ ,

harmful ~ ( )
harmless ~ ,

invited ~
judicial ~
prejudicial ~ 1)
;
2) ,
procedural ~
reversible ~ ,
severance ~

substantial ~
substantive ~
trivial ~
escheat 1) ; ; 2) (.) ; 3)

166

escheatage

escrow , ;
,

eslees (pl.) (
,
. .)
esnecy ;
,
esrovers 1)
; 2) ,
, ,
esse (.)
in ~ (.) ;
essence ,
~ of (a) contract
essential ; ;
essentiality
essoin
( )
essoinee ,
establishment 1) , ,
, ; 2) , , ; 3) , (); 4) ;
business ~
commercial ~
judicial ~ ;
principal ~

allodial estate
estate 1) , ;
2) ;
, ; ;
3)
~ at sufferance
~ at will ,
~ by the entirety
~ for life ,
~ for term of years
~ for years ,

~ from year to year
~ in common
,
~ in coparcenary
~ in dower ,

~ in entirety

~ in expectancy ,

~ in fee-simple

~ in freehold
,
~ in inheritance
~ in joint tenancy

~ in land
~ in possession , ;

~ in real property
~ in remainder , ( )
~ in reversion ,
;
~ in severalty
~ in tail () ,

,
~ pur autre vie ,
~ subject to a conditional limitation

~ tail female ,
~ tail male ,

~ upon condition

~ upon condition expressed -

~ upon condition implied -

absolute ~ (
) ; ( )
administered ~ ,

allodial ~ ,

167

ancestral estate
ancestral ~ ,
bankrupts ~ ,
base ~ 1) , ; 2)
,
beneficial ~ ,
-
building ~

conditional ~ ,

contingent ~ ,

continuing ~
customary ~ ,

decedents ~ ,

determinable ~ ,
dominant ~ , ,
donours ~ -
-
eigne ~
equitable ~ - ,

expectant ~ ,
family ~
freehold ~ ,

future ~ - ;
168

gross ~ of decedent

inferior ~ ,

intestate ~ 1) , ; 2)

joint ~ ;
land (landed) ~ ;
leased ~ 1)
; 2)
leasehold ~
legal ~ 1) - ,
; 2)

life ~
movable ~
paramount ~
parental ~
-
personal ~ 1) ;
2) ,
qualified ~ -
real ~
residuary ~ 1) ,
; ; 2)

separate ~ ,
()
servient ~ ,

settled ~ ( -

)

equitable estoppel
single ~ -

socage ~

superior ~ , ;
terminated ~ -
testate ~ ,
the ~ of matrimony
trust ~ 1) ,
; 2) ; 3)
vested ~ ,
;
estimate ; ()
; ; ; ;
~ of continuing monthly operating costs

~s of income
expenditure ~s
preliminary ~s
risk ~
estimation ;
estoppel ; , - -
~ by agreement
~ by conduct

~ by contract

~ by deed , ;
~ by election
~ by judgement
~ by laches


~ by record , ; ,
,

~ by representation
,
,

~ from patent protection (.)
~ in pais

~ per rem judicatum

cause-of-action ~

collateral ~ ; ,
contract ~ , ; ,
equitable ~

169

file wrapper estoppel


file wrapper ~ (.)
( , , )
issue ~

license ~ (.)
,
promissory ~
prosecution history ~ (.)
,

estrangement ,
()
estreat
(. , . .)
evador ,
,

evasion ,
~ of law
event 1) , , ; 2) ,
~ insured against
fortuitous ~ ,
eviction 1) ; 2) ,
() ; , ( ); 3) (.)
~ by title paramount
~ of tenant
actual ~
constructive ~ (, 170

,
,
,
)
evidence 1) , ,
; 2) ; 3) ; ,
- ; 4)
, (
)
~ admissible in chief
,

~ aliunde ,

~ at law
~ before trial ,
~ by affidavit
~ by inspection
~ for the defence 1)
; 2)
~ for the defendant

~ for the plaintiff

~ in corroboration

~ in cross-examination
, ( )
~ in disproof
~ in question 1) ; 2)
~ in rebuttal

affirmative evidence
~ in support of the opposition (.)
,

~ in the case
~ is out
~ material to the case ,

~ of arrest 1) ; 2)
~ of blood grouping tests ,

~ of credibility ,
~ of debt
~ of disposition
~ of fact
~ of guilt ,
~ of identification
~ of identity 1) ; 2)
~ of indebtedness
~ of opportunity
~ of reputation 1)
; 2) ; 3)
~ on appeal ,
~ on commission
~ on hearing
~ on oath
~ par excellence
~ relevant to credibility , ,

~ relevant to weight ,

~ sufficient to sustain the case ,


()
~ to contradict ,

~ to meet ,
~ to rebut ,
~ to the contrary
~ wrongfully obtained ,
,

acceptable ~
actual ~
additional ~
adduced ~ 1) ; 2) ,

adequate ~ 1) ; 2) (
) ;
adminicular ~
admissible ~ ; ,
admissible in ~
admitted ~
adversary ~ , ;
affirmative ~
171

affirmative rebuttal evidence


affirmative rebuttal ~ ,

after-discovered ~ ,

against ~
ample ~
ascertaining ~
autopic ~
autopical ~
auxiliary ~
available ~
better ~ ,
casual ~
character ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
; 3) ,
character-witness ~ ,

circumstances ~ ()
civil ~
clear ~
closed ~
cogent ~ ,

colleteral ~ ; , ,

competent ~ , ,
172

completing ~ (,
)
conclusive ~ ,
concocted ~
concomittant ~
confirmatory (confirming) ~
conflicting (contradicting) ~ ,

consistent ~ ,
contrary ~ ,
contributing ~
controverted ~ ,
controvertible ~
convicting ~
copy ~
corroborated ~
corroborating (corroborative) ~
counter (acting) ~ ,
credible ~ , ,
;
,
criminating ~ , ;
critical ~ 1) ;
2)
culpatory ~ ;

immunized evidence
cumulative ~
damaging ~ ,
damning ~ , ;
decisive ~
demeanor ~ ( )
demonstrative ~
derivative ~
direct ~
disproving ~
doctored (fabricated) ~ ,

documentary ~
empirical ~
entered ~ ,
exact ~
excluded ~
exculpatory ~
expert ~
, ; ; ,
expert opinion ~ 1)
; 2)
explaining (explanatory) ~
external ~ ,

extrajudicial ~
extraneous ~ ,

extrinsic ~
;
false ~ ,
final ~
fingerprint ~

firm ~
first hand ~ ,
footprint ~
foundation ~
fragmentary ~ ,
fresh ~
further ~
governments ~ (.)
habit ~ 1)
;
2)
hard ~
hearsay ~ ;
,
higher ~ ,
identification ~ 1) ; 2) , ,

identifying ~

illegally obtained ~
illustrative ~
immaterial ~ , ,
immunized ~ ( )
173

impeaching evidence
impeaching ~ ()
,
implicating ~ ,
impugned ~ ,
in ~
inadequate ~ 1) ; 2) ( ) ;
inadmissible ~ ,
incompetent ~ ,
inconclusive ~
inconsistent ~ ,
incontrovented ~
,
incontrovertible ~

incriminating ~ , ;
independent ~ 1)
; 2)
indicative ~
indirect ~ ;

indispensable ~
indubitable ~
inferential ~ ,
inferior ~ ; ,
insufficient ~
174

internal (intrinsic) ~ ,

introduced ~ 1) ; 2) ,
irrefutable ~
irrelevant ~ ,
judicial ~
legal ~ ,

legally obtained ~ , ,
legitimate ~ ,
material ~ 1) ; 2)
mathematical ~ 1)
; 2) ,

moral ~
,
negative ~ ,
negative rebuttal ~

newly-discovered ~
nonexculpatory ~

notarial ~
oblatinable ~
obtained ~ ,
offered ~ , ,
official ~
on the ~

rebutted evidence
opinion ~ 1) ; 2)
opinion ~ of character


opposing ~ ,
oral ~ ,
oral and written ~
original ~ (,
)
out-of-court ~
,
overwhelming ~ , ,
parol ~ ,
parole ~
partial ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3)
pedigree ~ ( . .)
perishable ~
perjured ~
persuasive ~
physical ~
positive ~
()
possible ~
preappointed ~
()
predominant ~ ,
preferable ~
prejudicial ~ 1) , , -

; 2)

presuming ~ 1) ; 2) ,
presumptive ~ 1)
; ; 2) ,
; 3)
prevailing ~ ,
prima facie ~ ; ,
primary (prime) ~
probable ~ 1) ; 2) ,
; 3)
proffered ~ ,
proper ~ ,

prospectant ~ ;
proving ~ 1) ,
; 2) ; ,
pure expert opinion ~
purgative ~
radar ~ (of speed)
( )
real ~
reasonable ~
rebuttal ~
rebutted ~
175

rebutting evidence
rebutting ~ ,
receivable ~ , ;
received ~
recognized ~ ,
recollection ~
record ~ 1)
, ; 2) , ;
3)
recorded ~
,
record ~ of title ,

related ~ ,

relevant ~ ( )
repelling ~
reputation ~ of character

requisite ~ 1) ; 2)
retrospectant ~ 1)
; 2)

routine practice ~ 1)
(
); 2)
satisfactory ~ ,
scientific ~
secondary ~ ,
second hand ~ 1)
; 2) ,

176

shaken ~
significant ~ , ,
similar ~ ,
slim(mer) ~ ,

solid ~
strengthening ~
strong ~
stronger ~
strongest available ~
substantial ~ ,

substantive ~ ,
substitutionary ~
sufficient ~
superficial ~
supplementary ~
supporting ~
suspect ~
sworn ~
tainted ~ 1) (, ); 2) (,

)
tangible ~
tendered ~

unshaken evidence
testimonial ~
to adduce ~
to admit ~
to admit in (into) ~
to appear in ~
to call (for) ~
to compare ~ 1) , ; 2)

to develop ~
to exaggerate ~

to examine ~ ()
to fabricate ~
to give ~ 1) ; 2)
to give ~ under compulsion

to give in ~

to introduce ~
to introduce in ~
to lead ~ 1) ,
; 2)
to offer ~
to offer in ~

to prepare ~ 1) ; 2)
to prepare false ~
to produce ~

to put in ~

to read into ~
to receive ~ 1) ,
; 2)
to receive in ~

to review ~
to search for ~
to shift ~ ,
to suppress ~
to take ~ 1) ;
2)
to tender ~
to tender in ~

to weigh ~
to withhold ~ ,
trace ~
tracing ~ ,
traditionary ~ , ,

uncontradicted ~
uncorroborated ~

unfavourable ~ 1)
( ) ; 2)
unshaken ~
177

unsworn evidence
unsworn ~

untainted ~ 1) (,
); 2)
(,

)
verbal ~ ,
visible ~ ,
visual ~
vital ~ ,
volunteer ~
weak ~
weaker ~
wiretap (information) ~ ,
written ~ ,

evidence-in answer (.)


evocation
ex (.) ( + )
exaction 1) ; 2)
; 3) ; , ; 4) ; 5) ; 6)
exactor
examination 1) ; 2) , ;
; 3) ; 4) , , , ; 5)
178

~ by witness ( , , . .)
~ de bene esse -
~ for nonobviousness (.) ()
~ for subject-matter (.) ;

~ of prospective juror

~ of witness 1)
( ); 2)
~ upon oath
bar ~ 1) ; 2)

bar final ~

compulsory ~
cross ~ ( )
deferred ~ (.)
direct ~ 1) , ; 2)
examination-in-chief ~
expert ~
external ~ of the body
fair ~
final ~
forensic ~
formal ~ ,

exception to bail
full ~ (.) (. .
, )
in-patient ~
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) ,
medical ~
oral ~
out-of-time ~
out-patient ~
physical ~ ,
preliminary ~
preliminary ~ of witness

premarital ~ ,

pretrial ~

psychiatric ~ ,
re-cross ~

redirect ~
strict ~
substantive ~ (.)
,

superficial ~ ()
to carry out ~
trademark ~

trial ~
voir dire ~

examiner 1) , ;
, ; 2) , () ; 3)
; 4) (.)
~ in charge of trademarks (.)
~ in chief , ,
~ of interferences

bank ~
direct ~ , ( )
hearing ~ ,
( .)
search ~ ,
title ~
( )
trial ~ ,
,
example 1) ; 2) ;
3) ; ;
4)
to make an ~ of an offender

exception 1) ( ,
); 2)
; 3) ; ; ( , except)
~ to bail

179

exception to lack of novelty


~ to lack of novelty (.)

~ to the rule
declinatory ~

general ~

novel ~
peremptory ~

statutory ~ , ()
exceptor ,
excess , ,
~ of juridiction ,
~ of power(s) , ,
~ of privilege
exchange 1) , ; 2)
(); 3) ; 4) ,
; 5) , ;
6) ,
~ of futures for physicals
~ of licences
bank ~ ,

commodity ~
direct ~ ()
employment ~
forced ~
labor ~
recognized stock ~
sight ~ ,

stock ~
180

exchequer
exclusion 1) , ; 2) ;
3) ,
~ of evidence () ( )
exculpation 1) , ; 2) , ;
excuse 1) ( , ); 2) ,
; ; 3) , ,
~ of juror ,

lawful ~
legal ~ ,
execution 1) ( , );
2) , , (, . .); 3) , ;
4) , ; 5) ()
~ against property 1) ; 2) ,

~ of application (.)
,
~ of contract 1) ; 2)
~ of deed

~ of forfeiture -

exercise of discretion
()
,

~ of intention
~ of judg(e)ment ,
~ of legal process 1) ; 2) ,
~ of office ,

~ upon property
alias ~ 1) ; 2) (.)

attachment ~
(
, )
body ~
conditional ~ ,

dormant ~
general ~

junior ~ ( ,
)
legal ~
legislative ~ ,

personal ~ ;

special ~ 1)
; 2)
to carry into ~

to levy ~ ,
executor ;

ancillary ~ ( ,
)
competent ~ ,
incompetent ~
executorship 1) ; 2)

executrix ,
exemplification

exemption ; ;
; , ; , ,
~ from duties (taxation) ()
~ from liability
~ from seizure ,
,
dependence ~
homestead ~

legal ~
exercise 1) , ( ); 2) ()
~ of discipline
~ of discretion
181

exercise of right
~ of right ,
exhaustion (.) 1) ( ); 2)
,

exhibit 1) ; 2) ; 3) , ; 4) ,
physical ~
exhibition 1)
(, );
2) (.) ; 3) ,
exigency ,
~ of writ
exigent 1) ;
2) (.) ( )
exit (
)
exoneration ( , , )
~ of bail
~ of obligor
~ of surety
expectancy 1) ; 2)
~ of life
expectant
expence ,
law (legal) ~s
expenditures , ,
to allocate ~
182

expenses , ,
absorbed ~ ,
accrued ~
()
administration ~ 1) ; 2) -
business ~
current ~
depreciation ~
incidental ~
law (legal) ~
litigation ~
manufacturing ~
operating ~ ()
out of pocket ~
overhead ~
party ~
prepaid ~
to bear ~
to incur ~
expert ,
~ on merchandise
commodity ~
court ~
court-appointed ~
discredited ~ , ;

judicially appointed ~
legal ~ , ;

side-line ~ (
, )

eye-witness
expertise 1) ; 2)

legal ~
expiration 1) ,
( ); 2)
~ of agreement
expiry , ();

~ of a contract ,
~ of the legal (.) ,
exposure
~ of child
expression 1) ; 2) ;
3)
~ of censure ,

judicial ~
judicial ~ of the rule of law
, ;
expromission 1)
(-)
; 2) ,
expromissor ,

expropriation 1) (-)
, ; 2)
expungenent ,
~ of the trademark from register
extendi facias (.)

extension 1) , ;
; 2)
(.: , ); 3) ; 4) (., )
~ of order

~ of time ,
extent 1) , , ,
, ; 2)
; 3) (.) ; 4)
~ in aid ,

~ in chief

~ of damage
~ of performance
immediate ~

extenuation
extinction (), ; ;
~ of obligation
~ of rights ,
extinguishment (), ; ;
~ of debts
~ of legacy
~ of rent ,
extra , ,

eye-witness ,
183

fabrication

F
fabrication , ,

face 1) (), ; 2) ()
~ of judgement ,

facilitation ,

facilitator
facility (facilities) 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3) , , ; 4) ,
approved delivery ~
(),
banking ~s
credit ~s
facings ,
fact , , , , , , , , ,
~ at (in) issue ,
;
; , ;
~ for the jury ,

~ in contest ,
~ in dispute ,

~ in evidence
~ in proof
~ in question ;
184

,
;
~ necessary to explain a relevant fact
,
~ necessary to introduce a relevant fact
,

~ of common knowledge ( )
~ of common notoriety
~ of evidence , ; ,

~ of litigation ,
~ relevant to the fact in the issue ,

~ relevant to the issue , ,
~ requiring proof ,
,
~ sought to be proven ,
adjudicative ~ ,
after (before) the ~ (); ()
basic ~ ; ,

damning ~ ,
dispositive ~
disputed ~
divestitive ~
evidentiary ~ ,
fabricated ~
, ; ,
false ~

facts in the case


highly relevant ~ ( ,
)
incriminating ~
,
independent ~
inferential ~ ,

investitive ~ ,
;

irrelevant ~ ,
;
jural (juridical) ~
jurisdictional ~
,
legislative ~ ,
material ~
non-adjudicative ~ ,
non-evidence ~ 1) , , ; 2) ,

open ~
presumed ~
presumptive ~
principal ~

probative ~ ,
proven ~
psychological ~
; ,

relevant ~ , ;

simulated ~

substantial ~

substantive ~ ,

to confess the ~
to suppress ~ ,
translative ~ ,

ultimate ~ ,

underiable ~
verifiable ~ ,
fact-finder ,
(); ;

fact-finding

factor 1) (.) ,
, ; 2) ,
, ; 3) (.) ; 4) , ; 5) ,
connecting ~
conversion ~ ,
judicial ~
test ~
factorage ,
factorizing

,

factorship
facts , ,
~ in the case
185

facts on trial
~ on trial ,

accompaning ~ , ;

adjudicative ~ ,

bare ~ of the matter

before (after) the ~ ()
collateral ~ ,
constituent ~ ,

dry ~
established ~
evidentiary ~ ,
inferential ~ ,

jurisdictional ~ ,
fair ~ of the matter
fixed ~
similar ~ ; ,
material ~
to misrepresent ~
ultimate ~ ,

factum (pl. ~ta, ~s) (.) 1) ,
; 2) ,
~ probandum (.) ,
~ probans (.)

186

faculty 1) ; 2) ,

~ of advocates (.)
failure 1) , , ; 2) , , ; 3) , ; 4) ,
~ in duties ;
~ of consideration ,
~ of evidence ,
~ of issue

~ of justice
~ of proof
~ of title
~ otherwise than upon merits
~ to act
~ to appear
~ to comply , ( , )
~ to deliver
~ to give evidence
; ;
~ to make delivery ,

~ to make payment
~ to obey
~ to pay
~ to pay on a due date

~ to perform
~ to state cause of action

~ to work an invention

attorney fees
faith 1) , , ;
2) ; 3) (.) ,
bad ~ of claims

good ~ of claims

fake ,
fakement 1) , , ; 2) (),

faker , , ,
falsehood 1) (.) , ;
2) , , ,
falsification ()
, ,
falsifier ,

falsifying
~ a record
falsing (.) ;
~ of dooms
fame
family ,
~ of (trade) marks () (
)
immediate ~
farm 1) , , ; 2) , ( )

farmer 1) ; 2) ;
3) , ( )
tenant ~
farming 1) , ;
2) , ; 3)
( )
tenant ~

father 1) ; 2) , ;
3)
~ of the bar
adoptive ~
natural ~
putative ~
fatherhood
fault 1) , ; 2) , , (); 3) ,
chargeable ~ ,
human ~ , (
)
personal ~
with all ~s ,
favo(u)r 1) ; 2) ; 3) , , ; 4)
in ~ of
feasance ;
feasor ,
fee 1) ; 2) ; 3) , , ,
; 4) , , , ,

, ; 5)
~ paid in advance
~ simple (absolute)
annual ~ 1) (
) (); 2)
attorney ~s ,
187

attorneys fee
attorneys ~ 1) ; 2)
()
base ~ ,
brokerage ~
claims ~ (.)

conditional ~ 1) , ; 2)

consultant ~s
confident ~ (
)
court ~s ,
defeasible (determinable) ~
,
document supply ~

filing ~ (.)
final ~ (.) ,
finders ~ ,
,
flat-rate ~
great ~ ,
handling ~ (.) ( )
lawyers ~
licence ~
limited ~ 1) ,
;
2) , 188

( )
litigation ~
notarial ~
patent ~ (.)
pilot ~
position ~

qualified ~ ,

quasi ~
refresher ~
registration (registry) ~
renewal ~ (.) ,
retaining ~
special conditional ~ ,

tailzied ~ (.) , ( )
term ~ 1) ; 2)
,
the one-time ~ charged by a broker to a
customer ,

witness ~
feedback
fee-farm ,
fee-simple

active file
fee-tail , ( )
fellow
servants ~ ,
fellow-heir
fellowheirship
fellowswear ,
~ covert
feme 1) ; 2) ; 3)

~ sole 1) ;
2) ; 3)
feodum antiquum (.) (.)
,
feodum novum (.) (.) ,

feoffee 1) ,
; 2) (.)
,
~ in trust
feoffment 1) ; 2) (.) ;

feoffor
ferry 1) ; 2)
festinum (.)
feu (.) 1)

;
2) ,

feud (.) ,
ancient ~ (.) ,

honorary ~ ,
feudist

feu-farm (.) 1)
; 2)
fiar (.)
( )
fiat (.) 1) , , ,
; 2) , ; 3) , ,
fidei-commissary
fidei-commissum 1) , ;
2) (, )
fideipromissor
fidejussion (fidejusson) ,
fidejussor ,
fidepromissor
fiduciary 1) , ; 2)
personal ~
fief ,
fief-tenant
field
judicial ~ , ,
fight
legal ~
filacer
file 1) (); 2) , , , , ;
3) (pl.) , ()

active ~ ,

189

case assignment file


case assignment ~ ,
on ~ ,
personal ~s
personnel ~s

search ~ (.)
filiation 1) ;
2) ,
filing 1) (); 2)
assignee ~ (.)
finality
(., )
~ of judgement

finding(s) 1) ; 2) ,
, ; 3) ; 4) (pl.) ;
;
~ of fact 1)
; 2) (pl.) ( )
~ of guilt
~ of guilty
~ of innocence ,
~ of law ;

~ of not guilty
distributive ~ of the issue


expert ~s
fact ~
190

general ~ ( )
preliminary ~ ,
professional ~
special ~ of fact
fine 1) , ; 2)

civil ~ ,
slap-on-the-wrist ~

to impose a ~
firm , , ,
auditing ~ ()
brokerage ~
clearing ~
law ~
member ~
private law ~

public accounting ~ -
firm-name
first (),
-
fisc ,
fiscal 1) ;
2) ; 3) (.)

fitness ,
~ of evidence
~ to proceed
~ to stand ones own trial

fix 1) (., .) ,
; 2) (.)

foreman of jury
fixture 1) ,
; 2) ,

trade ~ ,
flashing ,
flation ,
flaw 1) , ( . .); 2) ,
~ in the title
~ in the will
cash ~ ,

flitting (.)
moonlight ~ ( )
floatation 1) ;
2) , ()
stock ~
flood ,
floor 1) , ; 2)
(, . .); 3) ; 4) , ;
5) ,
deep-sea ~
ocean ~
to ask for the ~
to be on the ~ ,
( . .)
to give the ~
to have the ~
to take the ~
fluctuation ,
market ~
foenus (.) ,

footway 1) ,
(); 2)

forbearane 1)

- (., ); 2)
force(s) , ,
~-majeure -, ,
~ of agreement
~ of law , , ,
binding ~
evidential ~
in ~ ,
( )
legal ~ ,

monetary ~s
no longer in ~ ( .)
probative ~
retroactive ~
sales ~
statutory ~ ,
to come into ~
to put in ~
foreclosure 1)
; 2)
strict ~

forefault (.) 1) ; 2) ; 3) (, )
foreigner 1) ; 2)
foreman
~ of grand jury

~ of jury
191

deputy foreman
deputy ~
forest
~ of patents (.) ,
(., )
forestall
forestalling
~ the market

forewoman -
forfeit 1) , ,
(, ); 2) ,
; 3) ;
4)
to pay the ~
forfeiture 1) , (,
, ); 2) ; 3) ,
~ of bond
~ of collateral

~ of estate
inadvertent ~ of patent right (.)

(.,
);
(.,
)
forger ;
,
check ~
forgery 1) ; 2)
~ at common law
form 1) ; 2)
, , , ,

192

~ of action ,

~ of law
~ of the statute ,

~s of evidence 1) ; 2)
application ~ ,
arrest ~
bound ~ ()
corporate ~
due ~ of law

insurance ~ ,
legal ~
order ~
pre-printed ~ ,
proposal ~ ,
regular ~ of marriage
set ~ , ,
standard ~ ,
subrogation ~ ,
formality ,
~ ies of law

formation 1) , , ; 2) ; 3) ()
formula ,

legal ~
formulary ,
fornicator ,

fornicatress ,

special franchise
forum (.) ,
~ actus (.)

~ connexitatis (.)
, ;

~ contractus (.)
~ conveniens (.)

~ conventionale (.)

~ delicti (.)
~ domicilii (.) ( )
~ legale (.)
~ litis motae (.)
~ non cinveniens (.)

~ patriae (.)
~ patrimonii (.)
~ prorogatum (.)
~ rei (.) 1)
; 2) ()
~ rei gestae (.)
~ rei sitae (.)
~ situs (.)

forum-shopping
, ( , )
foundation 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) -

; 4) ; ,

~ of evidence ( )
legal ~ ,
private ~
public ~ ,
founder ,
founding ,

frame-up (.) 1) (), ; 2)


framework 1) , ;
2) ,
legal ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
framing 1) ; 2)
legal ~ 1) ,
; 2) , , (, )
franchise , , ; ( ; ,
, )
corporate ~
,
general ~ ,

household ~ (.)

lodger ~
special ~ (,
193

to lie in franchise

)
to lie in ~

franchisee ;
,

franchisor ; ,
frank-tenant
frank-tenement
frank-tenure
fratriage (fratrage)

fraud 1) , ;
2) (.) , - , ; 3) ,
~ by officer
~ in fact
~ in law ,
~ on court ,
accident ~
actual ~

bank ~
business ~
commercial ~
constructive ~ ,
consumer ~
contract ~

corporate ~
194

equitable ~
(
, )
income tax ~

insurance ~
land ~

legal ~ ,
mortgage insurance ~

positive ~

securities ~
stock ~
technical ~ ,
to get money by ~

fraudster (.) ,
fraudulence ,
freehold ,
customary ~ ,

freeholder ,

freeze , , ,
employment ~ ,

wage ~

freight 1) ; 2) ;
3)
~ at risk

sinking fund
~ forward ,

~ home
advance ~
collect ~

dead ~ ( , )
distance ~ ,
home ~
lump ~ ,
out-and-home ~
pro rata ~
,
to let to ~
to take to ~
unclaimed ~
freightage
freighter
fribusculm (.) ,
friend (.)
next ~ (,
)
frontage (
)
frontager , ,
. .
fruits
~ of the poisonous tree (,
)
civil ~

frustration 1) (), ; 2) -

~ of adventure ,
~ of contract 1) ,
, ; 2) ; 3) ,

fugitive 1) ; 2)
~ from justice ,

~ from trial , -

indigent ~ ,


fullfilment 1) , ; 2)
fund 1) , ; 2) (pl.)
actual ~
,
appropriated ~s
capital ~
charter ~
defence ~
floating ~s
floating ~s in circulation
general ~ , (),
mutual ~s 1) ; 2)

pension ~
private ~
revolving ~
sinking ~ ()
195

special-purpose fund
special-purpose ~
fundamentals ,

fundholder
furiough
furthcoming (.)

futures 1) ,
; 2) , ( ).
commodity ~

financial ~

interest rate ~

stock ~
stock index ~

to trade in ~s

G
gag (.)
gage
dead ~
life ~ ,

to give on ~
gain(s) , ,
gamble 1) , ; 2)
196

gambler
stock ~ ,

game ()
confidence ~ ,
,
gammon (.) ,
gap 1) , ; 2) , , , ,
~ in law
garmishment
,

~ of account

~ of wages
ancillary ~

,
garmishor ,
,
garnishee , ; ,

,

gavelet
,

gavelkird 1) (.)

; 2)

distrained goods
( , )
gemot(e) (.)
( )
Gencon (
)
genericness
(., ; )
genetation 1) , , ; 2) , ,
income ~
gentleman
~ of the gown (of the (long) robe) , ,
genuiness
germaneness 1)
; 2) ; 3)
gift 1) , ; 2)
()
~ by will ,
~ causa mortis

~ inter vivos
~ in view of death

~ over ,
( )
absolute ~
charitable ~
class ~
manual ~ ,
perfect ~
residuary ~
testamentary ~
,

gist , , ,
~ of action
giver ,
~ of bill ,
gloss ,
~ on law
glossators
godchild ,
godfather
godmother
godparent (,
)
godparenthood 1)
; 2) ,
good 1) (pl.) ; 2) (pl.) ; 3) (pl.) ,

~s and chattels
,

~s available for sale ,
~s duty free
~s in bond ,
,

~s in communion ,
~s in route
~s-in-transit insurance

ascertained ~ ; ,

capital ~s
consumer ~s ,
customed ~s ,
dispatched ~s
distrained ~s
197

durable goods
durable ~s

final (finished) ~s ,

fungible ~s
half-finished ~s
hard ~s

illicit ~s ,

immaterial ~s ,
infringing ~s (.)

no ~s (
)
primary ~s
producer ~s
prohibited ~s
restrained (restricted) ~s ,
secondary ~s ,
semi-manufactured ~s
specific ~s -
spot ~s ,

the ~s (.) , ,

to appropriate ~s to the contract ( )
to catch with the ~s
to put the ~s into a delivery state ,
to reject ~

to retain the ~s

unascertained ~s ; ,

198

goodwill 1) (, , . .),
; 2) ( )
gown ()
gownsman , ,
grace 1) ; 2) ;
3)
grandchild 1) , ; 2) (.,
.) ( ,
)
grandparent 1) , ; 2) (.,
.)
grant 1) ; , ;
2) ; 3) , ; 4) ; 5) , ; 6)
~ of patent
~ of permission
~ of probate
~ of title of honour
affirmative ~
confinement ~
express ~
implied ~
in ~
private land ~
public ~ ,

loan guarantee
to lie in ~
; ( , )
grantee 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3) , ; 4) , ; 5) , ; 6) , - ,

~ of licence
~ of trademark

accepting ~ , ,
conveyance ~ ,
voluntary ~ , -

grantor 1) , ; 2) ,
; 3) , ,
; 4) ,
~ in deed ,
~ of licence
gratuitousness
gratuity ,
, ,
gravamen (pl. ~mina) ; ,

gravity , ()
great-grandchildren
grievance 1) ;
; ; 2) ,
personal ~ ,
public ~

ground
~s for appeal
~s for divorce
~s for impunity
~ of action
alternative ~s
batable ~
good (high) ~
legal ~
reasonable ~ ,

reasonable ~ to believe

sufficient ~
to have reasonable ~s for supposing

grundy (.)
guarantee 1) ; , ; 2)
; 3) ; ; 4) ,

~of bill of exchange ,
absolute ~ 1) ;
2)
bank ~
circumstantial ~
collective ~
conditional ~
continuing ~ , ;
credit ~
joint ~
legal ~
loan ~
199

money-back guarantee
money-back ~ (
)
procedural ~
single ~
substantive ~ -

guarantor ,
guaranty 1) , ; 2)
absolute ~
collateral ~
conditional ~
special ~ ; ,

guardian ,
~ ad litem

~ appointed by will
~ by appointment of court

~ by election
~ by nature (
)
~ by stature
~ by will
general ~

joint ~ ,
legal ~
natural ~ (
)
special ~
,
testamentary ~
guardianship ,
joint ~ ,

200

parental ~
social ~
under the ~ of law ( )
guilt , ,
contributory ~
intentional ~
negligent ~
open ~
return ~
guiltlessness

H
habeas corpus (.) , ,
habendum (.)
,
habere facias (possessuiment) (.)

habital
habitality
habitation , ,

half ( )
half-brother
half-sister
half-proof
half-time ,

half-tongue ,
halim (.) , ,

hearing on a motion
hall
~ of justice ,
hand 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) ; 6) (pl.)

clean ~(s) ,

dead-~ ,
free ~
in ~
to ~ ,

to change ~s
,
unclean ~(s)
under ~ and seal
with ones own ~
handbill
( . .)
handling 1) , ; 2) (, ); 3) ; 4) , ; 5)
~ of evidence

automatic ~ of cheques
data ~
handsale ( -)
handsel
handwriting 1) ; 2) ;
3)
genuine ~ ;
, ,
hanky-panky (.) ,
harbo(u)r ,
free ~ -
harm ,
accidental ~

averted ~
caused ~
immediate ~
harm-doer
harm-doing
haver (.)
having 1) , ;
2) (pl.) , ; 3) ( , . )
~ in camera
~ of witness
preliminary ~
head 1) , ; 2) , ,
~ of expenditures ,
~ of household ; ,
~ of pleading ,

corporate ~
head-note ,



hearing 1) ;
( , . ); ; 2)
~ in camera (in camera hearing) ,
~ in private ,
~ of arguments
~ of witnesses
~ on a motion ; () ;

201

hearing on the merits


~ on the merits
appeal ~ ,

disposition(al) ~ ( , ,
.)
evidintiary ~ ,
factual ~
final ~ ,
juvenile adjudication(ary) ~

initial ~ ,

legal ~ ( )
mandatory ~
omnibus ~
(
)
oral ~ ,
post-commitment ~

post-conviction ~
preliminary ~ ,
prior ~
public ~
202

removal ~

revocation ~

to conduct the ~
waived ~ , ,

waiver ~

hearings 1)
(
); 2) (
)
confirmation ~ ( )

hearsay ;
, ;
,
admissible ~
inadmissible ~
hedge ( ,
)
hedger ; ,

hedging ,
, ; -

heir
~-at-law
~ by adoption () ()
~ by collateral

~ by custom

common heritage of mankind


~ by devise
~ conventional ; ,
~ general
~ institute (.)
~ presumptive
~ of line (.)
~ of provision (.)

~ of tailzie (.)
~ of the blood
~ of the body
~ on intestacy ,
~ on testacy
apparent ~ ,
appearand ~ (.) ,
beneficiary ~ ,
bodily ~
conventional ~
expectant ~
female ~
forced ~ , ,
indubitable ~
joint ~
last ~ (, )
legal ~

legitimate ~
;
presumptive ~
testamentary ~
heirdom ;
heiress
heirloom ,
; , ;
,
heirship ;
;
hereditability 1)
; 2)
hereditament ,
corporeal ~ ( )
incorporeal ~ ( , ., )
heredity ,

heriot ,
heritability
heritables (.) , . .,
heritage 1) ,
, ;
2) ; 3) ; 4)
common ~ of mankind (.,
. .)
203

heritance
heritance (.)
heritor 1) ; 2) (.)

heritress (.)
hetaerism (.)
Hilary -
hire ; ; ;
;
hirer 1) ; 2) ,
hiring 1) ;
2)
~ at will
history , , ,
case ~
employment ~ ,
file ~ (.) , ,
legal ~ of the question ,
procedural ~ (
)
holder , , ( . .)
~ for value ,

~ in due course ()
~ of estate
~ of letter of credit
~ of patent (.)
~ of pledge(s)
~ of right 1) ; 2)
204

account ~
advance ~
allotment ~ ,
bona fide ~ ,
bona fide ~ for value
,

bona fide ~ without notice ,
copyright ~ ,
debenture ~
deck ~ ( , )
legal ~
office ~
onerous ~

patent ~ (.) , ,
policy ~ ,

record ~ ,

ship ~
title ~
holding(s) 1) , ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) , . ; 5) (pl.)

adverse ~ ,


agricultural ~ ,

court ~

to keep house
inventory ~ -

property ~s ,
holiday , ,

~ s with pay
legal ~ ,
holograph ,
homage 1) ; 2) ,
; 3) ; 4) ,
homager 1) , ;
2)
home , ; ;
broken ~
foster ~ ;

legal ~
matrimonial ~ ,
homestead 1) ; 2) ;
,

homologation 1) , , ; 2)
honorary , ,

honour 1) ; 2) (your honour ); 3) ; 4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) ; 6) (pl.)


hereditary ~s
; ,

life ~s (
)
to pay ~s
hotchpot 1) ,
; 2)
; 3) (.

)
hour
~ of cause (.)

~s of attendance

~s of labo(u)r
business (office) ~s
, ,

maximum ~s
minimum ~s

working ~s
house 1) ; 2)
, ; 3)
acceptance ~ ,
apartment ~
brokerage ~
commission ~ ,

court ~
discount ~
financial ~
issue ~ ()
( )
securities ~
to keep ~

205

to make house
to make ~
wholesale ~
household ,
householder 1) , ; 2)
housing 1) , , , ; 2) ,
hum (.) ,
humbug ,
hundred (.) 1)
( ); 2)
( )
hundreder 1) (.) ; 2) , .

hurt 1) , ; 2) ,
husband , ,
ships ~ ,
hustings 1) ; 2)

hypothec 1) ; 2) (.)

hypothecation 1) ,
; 2) ,

I
identification 1) , ; ; 2) ; 3)
~ at the trial

206

~ of capacities 1) - / ; 2) ,
civil ~ ;
,
personal ~
identifier 1) ,
, ; 2) ,
identity 1) , , ; 2)
~ of parties
~ of the defendant
~ of the offender
legal ~
personal ~ 1) ;
2)
to declare ~ ,

to prove (to recognize) smbs ~ - ; -
ignorance , ;
~ as to the existence of the fact
~ of fact , -
~ of law ,
accidental ~
bona fide ~
culpable ~
essential ~

impeachment of the veracity of a witness


innocent ~ ,
negligent ~ ,
non-essential ~
to plead ~ -
voluntary ~
ignoratio elenchi (.) ; ,
illegality , , , ,
supervening ~
illegitimacy 1) ; 2) ,
illegitimation ()

imbalance , ,
order ~
imitation , ,

colourable ~ ,
to prosecute ~s at law

immobility ,
immovables ,

immunity 1) ,
; 2) , ;
3) , ; 4)
~ from prosecution
()

~ from suit ,
~ of witness ( ,
)
absolute ~
actual ~ ,
jurisdictional ~
legal ~
limited ~
parlamentary ~
personal ~
private ~ ,
relative (restrictive) ~
self-incrimination (witness) ~
to accord ~
impairment 1) , ; 2) , , ,
~ of obligation
mental ~
( )
imparlance

general ~

impartance

impartiality ,

impeachment 1) ; 2) , , ,
~ of the veracity of a witness
207

impeachment of waste
~ of waste

~ of witness
collateral ~

impediment (.,
(.) ),
absolute ~
(
. .)
diriment ~
prohibitive ~s
relative ~s
impersonation (
)
impersonator (,
)
impertinence 1) ; 2)
impingement
impleading ,
direct ~
indirect ~

implementation , , ,
~ of agreement
legal ~
procedural ~
implication 1) ; ; ;
2) ; , ; 3) , ,
by ~ of law ,
208

legal ~ ,
necessary ~
impossibility
~ in fact
()
~ in law
,

~ of performance
legal ~

objective ~ of performance
physical ~

practical ~
relative ~ ()
supervening ~ ()
impostor , ,
imposture , ,

impounder ,
() (
)
impoundment 1) ; 2) (); 3)
( )
imprescriptibility

impression ; ; ; ; ;
first ~
imprest ,
imprimatur

minor incident
imprint ,
impropriation
;
,
impropriator ,
impropriety 1) ; 2) ,
professional ~ 1)
; 2) ,
improvement 1) ; 2) (.)
,
; ; ,

; 3) , ( )
impugnment ,
impunity 1) ; 2)
;
3)
imputation 1) ;
2) - -
~ against a witness

~ of dishonesty
defamatory ~
to refute an ~
inability , ; - /
~ to pay
inaccuracy ,
~ of confession
inadequacy , ,

inadmissibility
inherent ~ ( )
inadvertence 1) ,
, , , , ; 2) (.)

inalienability
inapplicability
incapability
incapacitation 1) , ; 2) , - /

incapacity 1) ; 2) , ( -
)
civil ~ ; /
legal ~ - /
mental ~
to mitlgate ~

total ~
incident 1) , - , -
. .; 2) , , ;
3) ; 4)
,

legal ~
liability ~ ,
major ~
minor ~
209

income
income , , ,

accrued ~
actual ~
aggregate ~
ajusted gross ~

deferred ~ ( )
disposable ~
earning ~
excessive ~s
extra ~
fixed ~
()
gross ~
imputed ~
miscellaneous ~
net ~
nonoperating ~
operating ~
personal ~
rental ~

steady ~
to draw ~
to insure ~
unearned ~ ,
incomings ,
incompatibility
~ of duties
incompetence , ,
~ of witness
( )
~ through interest


mental ~
210

inconsistence 1) ; 2) ; 3) , ,
incorporation 1) ,
; 2) ,
; 3) ; 4)
~ by reference
( )
actual ~
incorporator
increment , , ,
~ in profit
~ of assets
incrimination ,
,
incroachment

inculpation , ,
incumbent , ()
judicial ~ ,
incumbrance 1) , ;
2) ( )
incumbrancer , ;
indebtedness ,

indemnifee

indemnification ,
,
indemnitor ,

infliction of penalty
indemnity 1)
, , ; 2)
, , ; 3) ,
; 4) ,
~ against liability 1) ; 2) ,
~ against loss
insurance ~
pecuniary ~
indent 1) , ; 2)
indentity
accounting ~ ( )
indenture 1)
; 2)
indictee (.)
indiction (.) ,

indisputability
indissolubility
individual , ,
,
private ~
public ~
indorsee ,
~ in due course
indorsement
()
inducement 1) (, ); 2) , , ;
3)
active ~ ( )
induction ,

indulgence 1) ; 2)
infancy ,
21 ( )
natural ~ () 7
inference 1) , ;
2)
adverse ~
impermissible ~
permissible ~
inferenee ,
inferior ,

infeudation (.)
infidelity
infield ,

infliction 1) ,
( );
2) , ();
3)
~ by act ()
~ by innocence
()
~ by insanity ()

~ by negligence ()

~ by omission ()

~ by recklessness ()
~ of damage ,

~ of harm ,

~ of loss
~ of penalty 1) ;
2)
211

informality
informality 1) , ; 2) ;
;

~ of proceedings ,
,

information 1) (
), ; 2) ( ); 3) ; 4)
~ in the nature of quo warranto ,

preliminary ~
previleged ~ ,
to use ~ ( )
informer 1) ; 2) ,
common ~ (
,
)
infraction (, , );
civil ~
de minimis ~
major ~
petty ~
price ~
procedural ~
substantial ~ ,
substantive ~
technical ~
trading ~
212

traffic ~
infractor
infringement (, , ); (.)
contributory ~ (.) ,

technical ~
trade dress ~ ,

infringer
assumed ~
inhabitance (.)
inhabitancy ,

inheritance 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ in remainder 1) ; 2)
~ in reversion 1) ; 2) (.) ,

common ~ ,
family ~ ,

several ~ ,
inhibition 1) ;
2)
initiation 1) ,
-; 2) ,

real injury
~ of proceedings
injunction 1) ;
2)
~ pendente lite

~ pending appeal

civil ~ ; -

compromise-assessment-of-damages ~


court ~
interlocutory ~
mandatory ~
optional ~ 1) ; 2)
permanent ~
perpetual ~
post-patent ~ (.)
( ,
,
-, )
preliminary ~
preventive ~
prohibitory ~ 1) ;
2)
special ~ , -

temporary ~
injurer ,
injuria (.) ;

injury 1) , ,
; 2)
~ by accident 1) ;
2) ; 3) ; 4)
~ dangerous to life ,
~ in fact ,
~ to health ,
~ to person
absolute ~ies ,
accidental ~
actual ~ ,
bodily ~
civil ~ ,

claimed ~ ,
complete ~
continuing ~
definite ~ ,
employee ~
,
incidental ~
irreparable ~
legal ~
pecuniary ~ , , ,
permanent ~ 1) ; 2)
personal ~ ,
physical ~ 1) ;
2)
public ~ies ,
real ~ ,
213

relative injury
relative ~
reparable ~ ,

spiritual ~ ,
temporal ~
threatened ~ 1)
; 2)
to work an ~ ,
trivial ~
work ~
inlagation

in latere (.) ,
,

inn 1) ; 2)
~ of Chancery ( )
~ of Court ( )
Grays ~ , (
)
Lincolns ~
( )
innocence
feigned ~ ,
to maintain ones ~

to produce ~
innovation 1) ,
, ;
2) (.) ( ); () ;
;
214

innuendo (.) 1) , ; 2)
, ,
inobservance
inoperativeness ; ,
inquest ; ,

~ of office ,
grand ~ ,

inquirendo 1) ; 2)
inquirer ,
inquiry 1) (), ; 2) ; 3) ; ,
biased ~
blue-ribbon ~
complete ~
forensic ~
impartial ~
incomplete ~
judicial ~ ,

on-the-record ~ 1) ; 2)

partial ~ 1) , ; 2)

instructions to attorney
prejudicial ~ ,
preliminary ~
public ~
social ~
to renew the ~
written ~
inquisition ; ,
~ of office ,
inquisitor
inroad ;
( - )
inscription ; ,
insight 1) ( ); 2) ,
insolvency ,
,
inspection , , , ,
in camera ~
labour ~
roll call ~ ()

inspector , ,
labour ~
installment , ( );
; ;
~ of date
~ of debt , ( )

~ of principal

annual ~
by ~(s)
to pay off in ~s
instance 1) ;
2) ,
; 3) ; 4) ; 5) , ; 6) ,
,
appeals ~ ,
final ~
first ~
first appeals ~

last ~
second appeals ~

institute 1) , ;
2) (, );
3) ; 4) (, )
institution 1) , , , ; 2) ; 3) (,
)
~ of proceedings
inherited ~
instruction () , , ,
~ from the court 1)
; 2) ()
; ()
~ in law 1) ;
2) ; 3)
~ relative to law

~s to attorney (to the barrister, to the


solicitor)
215

instructions to client
~s to client
~ to the jury
abstract ~

additional ~ ,

clients ~
curative ~s
()
general ~

legal ~ 1) ;
2)
limiting ~s


particular ~

private ~ ,
shipping ~s
special ~ ,

standing ~s

instrument 1) , , ; 2) (, ,
); 3) ,
~ of evidence ,

~ of proof
bearer ~
contestable ~
corroborate ,
corroborating
216

demand ~ ,
doubtful (dubious) ~ ,
evidenced ~ ,
evidencing ~

false ~
legal ~
negotiable ~ 1) ;
2) (.) -

negotiable (quasi-negotiable) ~ of title



original ~
primary ~
proved ~ ,

proving ~
questionable ~
questioned ~
recited ~
sealed ~
signed ~
statutory ~
testamentary ~ , ;
vesting ~ ,
written ~ ; ,
insufficiency ,
~ of disclosure (.)
(
)
~ of subject-matter (.) ,
insurance 1) ; 2) ; 3)

indemnity insurance
~ free of particular average ,

~ of property damage


~ of substandard lives

~ with average
accident ~
additional ~ ,

all-risk ~
annuity ~

assessment ~ ,


automobile ~
bad debts ~ ,

blanket ~
business interruption ~

casualty ~
collision ~

commercial ~
comprehensive ~

concurrent ~
convertible ~ ,
cooperative ~
corgo ~

credit ~
crop ~
cusualty-and-liability ~

disability ~
double ~
employers (liability) ~ ,
endowment ~

errors and omissions ~
,

excess ~
family income ~

fidelity ~
fire ~
floaster ~
,
flood ~
global ~
group ~
group health ~
guarantee ~

guaranty or fidelity ~

hail ~
hall ~ ,

hazardous ~
health ~
homeowners ~
indemnity ~

217

joint life insurance


joint life ~

lease ~
legal expenses ~
liability ~
life ~
limited payment life ~

limited policy ~
malpractice ~ (, ,
)
marine ~
mortgage ~
mutual ~
mutual life ~

national ~
no-fault ~ ,
nonassessable ~
ordinary life ~

paid-up ~
participating ~
partnership ~
patent ~
product liability ~ ,

profits ~
reciprocal ~
renewable term ~

sea ~
self ~ (
)
218

single premium ~
social ~
state ~
step-rate premium ~ ,

straight life ~
surety ~
term ~ ,

third party ~
title ~

to cover ~
trust ~ ,
umbrella ~ ,
unemployment ~
universal life ~


warehouse-to-warehouse ~
whole life ~

workers compensation ~

insurer
integration , ,
~of cases

intelligibility
intendant
intent , ,
~ presumed from the act ,

interest in tail
~ presumed from the fact ,
abandoned ~ ,
,
actual ~
beyond ~ ,
clear ~
constructive ~ ; ,
contractual ~

deliberate ~ , ,
domiciliary ~
entertained ~ , ,

first ~ ,

fraudulent ~ ,

general ~ ,
,
mischievous ~

obvious ~
out of ~ ,

primary ~ , ,
second(ary) ~ ,
,
special ~ ,
,
specific ~ ,
,
testamentary ~

with ~ , ,

within ~ ,
with no ~ , ,

wrongful ~ ,
intercession , ,
intercessor , ,
intercourse ,
business ~
commercial ~
illicit ~
marital ~
interdict 1) , ;
2) (.) ; 3) (.)

interdiction 1)
- ; 2) (.)

interest 1) , , , ; 2) () ; 3) ; 4) ( );
5) , ; 6) , ; 7)
~ in estate 1) ;
2) ; 3)
~ in fee-simple
,

~ in land
~ in personality ; ,

~ in property ,

~ in realty
~ in tail , (
)
219

interest on arrears
~ on arrears
~ on bonds
~ on judgement
~ on loan
~ upon interest ,
absolute ~
accrued ~s
adverse ~ ; ;
beneficial ~ 1) ;
2) , -
chattel ~
chattel ~ in land ,

compound ~
contingent ~ , ( )
conventional ~
earned ~
entailed ~s ( )
equitable ~
executory ~ ; ,

furure ~
illegal ~ ,
insurable ~
joint ~
leasehold ~
legal ~ 1) , ; 2) ,

220

legally protected ~ , ,
legitimate ~ 1) ;
2)
life ~
limited ~ 1) ;
2)
marine (maritime) ~
mortgage ~s
natural ~
open ~
part ~
past due ~
pecuniary ~ ,
prejudgement ~

proprietary ~ ,

reversionary ~
,
secured (security) ~

simple ~
statutory ~ , ;
to bear ~
usurious ~
valuable ~
vested ~s , ,
interference 1) (.)
; 2) , ; 3)
~ of inventions (.) ,
,

restrictive interpretation
~ with witness
()
multiparty ~ (.)

interlocution (.)

interlocutor (.)
interlocutory ,
interloper ,
-
intermarriage 1) ,
. . ; 2)
intermediary
intermediation
interest ~
intermediator
internment
interpellation ,
interpleader 1) ,
;
2) ,
interposition 1) ;
2)
interpretation
accepted ~
adverse ~ ,
ambiguous ~ 1) , ; 2) , ( )
biased ~ ,
binding ~
broad ~
close ~ ()

commonly accepted ~

comparative ~ ,
correct ~
disused ~
divergent ~ ,
doctrinal ~
equitable ~ 1) ; 2)
erroneous ~
extended (extensive) ~
false ~
flexible ~
genuine ~
impartial ~
judicial ~
latitudinal (latitudinarian) ~
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3) ,

liberal ~
limited ~ ()
literal ~
loose ~
misleading ~ ,

mistaken ~
narrow ~
orthodox ~
parsimonious ~
partial ~
predestined ~
purposive ~
restrictive ~ ()
221

statutory interpretation
statutory ~ 1) , ; 2)
strict ~ , ()
true ~
verbal ~
violent ~
wrong ~
interpreter ,
interrogatee
interrogation
compulsory ~
pretrial ~ of witness (.)
( )

random ~
suggestive ~
interrogator , ;

interrogatory 1) , ;
; 2) , ,

direct ~
intervener 1) ; 2) ,

intervention 1) (
);
; 2)
~ or right ,
crisis ~

permissive ~

interview ();
absentee ~
( )
222

without-prejudice ~ 1) ; 2)
intestability 1)
; 2) ; 3)

intestacy 1) ;
2) , (- )
intestate ,
intimacy
intimation

intimidation
clandestine ~
overt ~
witness ~
intruder , ;
intrusion 1)
; 2) , ,
invalidation
, ,
invalidity ,
invasion ,

~ of privacy
unwarranted ~ of privacy
warranted ~ of privacy

invention 1) ; 2) ()
~ by selection

personal investigation
common ~ 1) ; 2) (, , , )
employees ~
joint ~ ,

main ~
registered ~
service ~
subject ~ ;
,
unassembled ~

vicious ~ ,

intentor 1) ; 2) ,

actual ~
employee ~
fellow ~
independent ~ ,

true ~
inventory(ies) , , ,
~ of property
written ~ ,
investigation 1) , ; 2) (); 3) ()
~ at the trial
~ by default
()
active ~
additional ~

attorneys ~ (.) ,

case ~
clandestine ~
collateral ~

complete ~
continuing ~
dismissed ~
dropped ~
duplicative ~
field ~
final ~
home ~
initial ~
introductory ~
judicial ~
latent ~
later ~ 1) ; 2)
lawful ~

legal ~ 1) ; 2)
legislative ~
major ~
ongoing ~
parallel ~
pending ~
personal ~ ,
223

preliminary investigation
preliminary ~ (
-)
presentence ~ ( )

presentence ~ and report

pre-trial ~ 1) ; 2)

private ~
social ~
( )
special ~
supplementary ~

to mount an ~
to pursue ~
unlawful ~
investigator
home ~ ,

legal ~ 1) ; 2)
,
investiture ,
investment(s) (), ; ; ; ;

investor ,
institutional ~
, -
invocation 1) ; 2)
-; (,
, , . .); (, , , )
224

irrelevance (irrelevancy) ( , ),
irremovability
(., )
irreversibility
irrevocability
irritancy (.)
isonomy (.) ,
issuance , , ,

summary ~ ()
issue 1) , ; , ; 2) ();
3) , ; 4) ; 5) (
); 6) , ; 7) ,
; 8) , ,
~ at large
~ extinct
~ in the litigation

~ of fact
~ of law , (
)
~ on the record ,
~s of the case
actionable ~ ,
at ~ ,
authorized stock ~
,
bond ~
chief ~ in litigation

jactus
collateral ~ 1) ; 2)
crucial ~ ,

general ~ ,
(., )
general ~ at trial

gut ~
immaterial ~ ( )
immaterial (material) to the ~ ()


irrelevant to the ~

issued capital ~
issued stock ~
joined ~
,
lawful ~ ,

legal ~ 1) ; 2)
material ~
( )
material ~ in the case ,

share ~
to raise ~
,
issuer , , ,

item 1) , , ,
; 2) ( ); 3) () ( ); 4) (
); ,
~ of account
~ of evidence 1) ;
2) ; 3) -

; 4)
,
~ of property ,

~ on the agenda ,
accrued ~s
conclusive ~s of circumstantial evidence
,
credit ~
debit ~
evidentiary ~ ( )
inconclusive ~s of circumstantial
evidence ,

isolated ~s of (circumstantial) evidence


,
iter 1) (.)
; 2)

itinerancy (.) (
)

J
jactitation ,
; ;
; ( )
~ of marriage

jactura (.)
jactus (.)

225

jawboning
jawboning
Washington ~ (.)
jeofail (.) ,

jeopardy 1) , ; 2)
double ~

former ~

to be in ~
jetsam ,
jettison ()
; ,
job (.)
jobber 1) , ; 2) ,
; 3) ; 4) ; 5) ; 6)
job-sharing

John-a-nokes
John-a-stiles (
John-a-nokes)
John Doe 1)
; 2) ,
~ and Richard Roe
( )
joinder 1) , , ; 2)
;
; 3) , ;
226

- ,

~ in defence

~ in issue 1)
, , ; 2) ,
~ in pleading
~ of actions (of claims)

~ of defendants

~ of issue

,
~ of parties
permissive ~ ,

prejudicial ~
jointress ,

jointure ,
;

journalizing

judge
~ in court
~ of competent jurisdiction
~ ordinary (., .)

~ sitting in court

judg(e)ment on demurrer
chief ~
chief ~ of common pleas
circuit ~
city ~
civil ~ ,
commercial ~ (
)
deputy ~
dissenting ~ ,
examining ~ ,
president (presiding) ~
probate ~ ,
puisne ~ ,
regular ~
respondent ~ ,
, ,
senior ~
single (sole) ~
trial ~ 1) ;
2) ,

vacation ~ (
)
judg(e)ment 1) ,
; 2) ;
3) , ,
~ at law , ;
~ by cognovit (actionem)

~ by confession

~ by default

~ entered of record
~ for the defendant

~ for the plaintiff

~ for want of plea

~ in equity ,
~ in error

~ in personam ,
~ in rem 1) ,
; 2) ,
~ of cassetur breve
~ of court
~ of dismissal
~ of nonsuit
~ of quod computet
~ of quod recuperet
~ of quod respondeat outster


~ of repleader

~ of retraxit
~ of revocation ,

~ of separation
~ on demurrer
227

judg(e)ment on pleading
~ on pleading
~ on the merits

~ rendered for (against) , ()


~ reserved
~ respited ,
~ under attack
~ upon verdict
adverse ~
agreed ~ ,
alternative ~
ancient ~
awarded ~
bad ~
cautionary ~
civil ~ ,
conditional ~ ,
consent ~
contradictory ~

declaratory ~ ,
deficiency ~ 1) ; 2) ,
228

,
desbarment ~
dormant ~

final ~ 1) ;
2)
first ~ 1) ;
2)
former ~

interlocutory ~ ,
junior ~ ( , )
legal ~
money ~

paid civil ~

personal ~

prior ~

reasoned ~
reversed ~
satisfied ~
separate ~ ,
simulated ~ ,


standing ~ ,
state ~
substantial ~

jurisdiction
summary ~ ,
()
to award ~
to give (make, pass, render) ~
to enforce a ~
to enter ~

to open a ~

to pronounce a ~

to quash a ~

to recall ~
to recover ~

to reverse (revoke) ~
to satisfy ~
to secure ~ ,
to suspend ~

unpaid civil ~
unsatisfied ~
valid ~ ,
warped ~
judgeship 1) ;
, ;
2) ,
chief ~ ;
,
judication

judicatory 1) ; 2)

judicature 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3)
judiciary 1) ; ;
2) ; 3) ,
federal ~ (.) 1) ;
2)
independent ~ 1) ;
2)
local ~ 1) ; 2)

national ~ (.) 1)
; 2)
state ~ 1) ; 2)
judicium
album ~ (.)

jumper 1) ; 2) ,
jurat 1)
, , ; 2) ;
3) (., .)
( ; 4)
( ,
, , )
juration ;

juri
coroners ~

hung ~ ,
jurisconsult , ,
;
jurisdiction 1) , ; 2) 229

jurisdiction in personam
, ; 3) ; 4)
~ in personam ,
~ in rem
actual ~

adjacent ~ ()
adjudicatory ~
admiralty ~

advisory ~
ambulatory ~ ( )
ancillary ~ ( ,
, )
appelate ~

;
civil ~
common law ~ 1)
, ; 2) ; 3)
competent ~
concurrent ~
contentious ~

contestable ~
contested ~
court ~
ecclesiastical ~ 1)
; 2)
investigative ~
230

judicial ~ ,

local ~
maritime ~

matrimonial ~ 1) - ; 2) - ; 3) -
obligatory ~
original ~
,
out of ~
plenary ~
( )
probate ~
,
prorogated ~
ratione personae ~
removal ~
( ,
)
state ~
subject-matter ~
summary ~ ()

to acquire ~ ,

to come within the ~

to exercise ~
to fall within the ~

trial ~ 1) ; 2)

voting juror
voluntary ~ 1) ; 2) (, , )
within ~
writ ~ ,

jurisprudence
jurisprudent ,
jurist 1) , ; 2) (.)

juror 1) ;
2)
able ~ ,
alternate ~ 1) , ;
2) (pl.)
biased ~
common ~
deliberating ~s
disqualified ~
drawn ~ ,
empanelled ~

excused ~

extra trial ~ 1) , ;
2) (pl.)
fixed ~
good ~
grand ~
impartial ~

inquest ~ () ,
investigating grand ~ ,
juvenile ~

partial ~
petty ~ ,

prejudiced ~
prospective ~
,
reasonable ~

regular ~ 1)
; 2) (pl.)

regular grand ~

satisfied ~ ,
(),

selected ~ ,
special ~ ,

summoned ~

teen-age ~

trial ~ ,
;
,
;
unable ~

unbiased ~
voting ~

231

jury
jury (),
, ,

~ deadlocked ,
~ directed ,

~ for trial ,

~ in session
~ in state of equilibrium

~ of inquiry ()

~ of inquiry and presentment


~ of issue and assessment

alternate ~
alternate grand ~
biased ~
common (petty, trial) ~ ,

common list ~ ,

deadlocked ~ ,

deliberating ~
discharged ~

drawn ~ ,
empanelled ~ ,

extra trial ~
232

fair and impartial ~



fixed ~
full ~
good ~
grand ~ (
- )
grand ~ and the assizes
,
grand ~ at the quarter sessions ,
hung ~ ,
impartial ~
less-than-unanimous ~

one-man grand ~ ( , , )
packed ~
; (.)

partial ~
petit ~
petty ~ , 12
prejudiced (prejudicial) ~
prospective ~
,
ran away grand ~

reasonable ~
regular ~
regular grand ~

arbitral justice
satisfied ~ ,
(),

selected ~ ,
special ~ (
)
struck ~
; ,
summoned ~ ,

teen-age ~

to discharge the ~
to hang the ~ (.)

to impanel (to poll)a ~
to pack a ~

to select a ~
to serve on a ~
to strike a ~
to summon a ~

traverse ~

trial ~

unanimous ~ ,

unbiased ~

unpacked ~
unprejudiced ~

voting ~
jury-box
juryman ()
grand ~
jury-room

jury-woman
jus (.) 1) ( ), ; 2)
-
~ sanguinis (.) ,

~ soli (.) ,
justice 1) ; 2) , ; 3)
~ in court
~ in eyre ( )
~ of appeal
( )
~ of assize ( )
~ of nisi prius
~ of the case 1) ; 2)
~ of the peace ,
administered ~
administration ~
adversary ~
appointed ~
arbitral ~
233

associate justice
associate ~
Assosiate J~ of the United States Supreme
Court
bargain-basement ~
basse ~ (.)
biased ~ 1) ; 2) ,
career ~
chief ~ ,
chief ~ of the common pleas

circuit ~
,
civil ~
commiting ~ ,
dispensed ~
dissenting ~ , ()
distributive ~
equal ~
examining ~
fair ~

frontier ~ (.)
impartial ~ 1) ; 2)
industrial ~ ,
issuing ~ ,
justices ~
juvenile ~ 1) ; 2)

lay ~
one ~
partial ~ 1) ; 2)
234

prejudiced (prejudicial) ~ 1) ;
2)
public ~
puisne ~ ,
rural ~ of the peace ;
social ~
summary ~ ()

to administer ~
to bring to ~
to deliver ~
to do (to dispense, to distribute, to mete
out) ~
to flee from ~
to promote ~ ,
unbiased ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
unpaid ~ ,
justicement ,

justiceship 1) ; 2) ; 3)
justiciability ( )
justiciar 1) (.) ,
-
;
2) (.) ,
justiciary 1) ; 2) (., .)
;
justification 1) ; 2) , ,
~ of surety -

lack of evidence
( )
piece ~ (.)
justness (.) ,

K
keelage ( )
keeper 1) ; 2)
keepership
keeping 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) , ; 4) ,
keyage
kin 1) (); 2)

blood ~
near of ~
next of ~
not of ~ ,
kind
kinsfolk ,
kinship
real ~ ()
knight-marshal ( )
~ of the post ,
knowledge 1) ; 2) ,

actual ~ , ( );

direct ~
judicial (legal) ~ 1)
; 2)
official ~

pretrial ~ of witness (.)
( )

L
label 1) , ; 2) ,
~ of seized property

commercial ~ ,

mercantile ~ ,
labour 1) , ; 2)
casual ~
child ~
contract ~ 1) ;
2)
indentured ~
labourer
substandard ~

laches 1) ,
; 2) , ;
3)

~ of entry ()
lack ,
~ of enablement (.) ,

~ of evidence ,
235

lack of evidentiary support


~ of evidentiary support , ,
~ of invention (.) ,
()
~ of jurisdiction
~ of legal capacity
~ of novelty (.) ,
~ of unity of invention
lagan ()
land ,
~s in abeyance(cy)
adjacent (adjoining) ~ ,

charter ~ (.) 1) (pl.)
; 2)
demesne ~s ,
life ~ ,
no mans ~
settled ~ ; ,

tenemental ~ ,
landholder 1) ; 2)
landing ,

landlord 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
-
absentee ~ 1) , ; 2) -,
,
landman 1) ; 2) (.)

236

landowner 1) ; 2)
adjacent (adjoining) ~
,
private ~ ,

language 1) ; 2) ,
testamentary ~ 1) ;
2)
lapse 1) , ; 2) ; 3) (); 4)
launch ,

law 1) ; 2) ; 3)
; 4)
~ and order
~ as fact ,

~ of agency , - ,
~ of civil procedure
~ of contract
~ of domestic(al) relations

~ of employment
~ of evidence

~ of landlord and tenant


,
~ of marriage
~ of master and servant

~ of personal property
~ of persons (
, )
~ of practice ,

proper law of the contract


~ of procedure
~ of property ,

~ of real property
~ of shipping ,
~ of succession
~ of the sea
~ of the situs

~ of torts
~ of trusts
absolute ~
adjective ~
adjective patent ~ -
admiralty ~ 1) , - ; 2)

broken ~
bunkruptcy ~
business ~ ;
; ,
case-~
child welfare ~

civil ~
commercial ~
company ~ ,

consumer protection ~s
contract ~
conventional ~ ,
; ,
corn ~ ,

decisional ~
domiciliary ~
exchange ~
formal ~ ,
free ~
homestead ~s


housing ~
industrial ~
industrial property case ~

inheritance ~
instestate ~s
insurance ~
judge-made ~
judicial ~
judiciary ~ 1) ;
; 2)
labour ~
land ~
licensing ~
maritime ~
market ~ ;

marriage ~
matrimonial ~ -
mercantile (merchant) ~

naval prize ~
occupational safety ~s ()
patent ~ (.) ,
private ~
procedural ~
proper ~ of the contract , ; ,

237

property law
property ~ ,
real (property) ~ ,
remedial ~
safety ~s
sea ~
succession ~
to become ~
to break the ~
to defeat the ~
to displace the ~
to follow (to go in for) the ~

to go beyond the ~
to go to the ~ ,
to infringe a ~
to initiate ~
to issue ~
to keep within the ~
to lay down ~
to practise ~

to sue at ~
to take (to have) the ~ of smb. -
to unmake ~ ,
trade ~s
wage and hour ~s

welfare ~s
working ~ ;
lawbreaker
law-breaking ,

238

law-court
lawfulness ,
lawlessness
law-monger 1) (.)
; 2) ,
law-office (.)
law-officer
lawsuit , ; ; ;
; ;
bona fide ~
vexatious ~
law-writer
lawyer , ,
,
business ~
; ,

civil ~
, ;
civil liberties ~ ,

civil practice ~
commercial ~ ; ,
copyright ~ ;
corporation ~
; ,
court-appointed ~
courtroom ~
defence ~ ,

leaseholder
family ~
,
free ~
jack-leg ~ (.) ,
juvenile ~
labour ~
,
office ~ ,

succession ~ ,
trial ~ ,

lawyering
laydays ,

reversible ~ (
)
layman ,
lay-off 1) - ; 2)

lead 1) ( -);
2) ,
primary ~

secondary ~
leader 1) ;
( , ); 2) (,

)
~ in the lawsuit
leading , ,

lease , ,

~ of trade name
~ with option to purchase

bailment ~
building ~
concurrent ~ ( )
consumer ~
equipment ~
,
graduated ~
,
gross ~ -
index ~
master ~ ,
month to month ~

net ~ ; , ,
parol ~
perpetual ~ ,

proprietary ~ -
sandwich ~
short ~
sub~
leasee ,
leaseback
leasehold 1) ; 2)
building ~
life ~
long ~ 99
leaseholder , ,

239

leaser
leaser ,
leasing ,
leave 1) ; 2)
~ of absence
~ of court
compassionate ~

paid ~
legacy ,

~ of invention
,
absolute ~ ,
-
accumulative ~
additional ~
conditional ~
demonstrative ~ ,
general ~
indefinite ~
lapsed ~ 1) ,
(); 2) ,

modal ~ ,
( )
pecuniary ~ ,
residuary ~
,

specific (special) ~ , ,
240

trust ~
universal ~
legacy-duty ,
legacy-hunter (legacy-monger)
legalist ,
legatary 1) ,
( );
2) ,
legatee , ,
residual (residuary) ~ (
) ,
specific ~ , ;
legator ,
legatory ( , )
legislation ,
adjective ~
business ~
civil ~
judicial ~
labour ~
maritime ~
mercantile (merchant) ~
patent ~
procedural (remedial) ~
legist
legitim ( )
legitimacy ;

letters reguisitory
legitimate 1) ;
2) ; 3)
legitimateness
legitimation ,
legitime 1) ; 2) (.) ,

legitimism
legiminization ,
lender ; ;
institutional ~ ; ,
money ~ ,
mortgage ~
lending
lend-lease (.) -,
length
~ of recommitment

lesion ( ); ,
lessee , ,
lesseeship
lessor
letter 1) , ; 2) ,
~ of acceptance
~ of administration 1)
; 2) ,

~ of attorney
~ of caption
~ of commitment (.)

~ of credit
~ of deposit
~ of guaranty
~ of hypothecation ( , );
~ of identification
~ of indemnity
~ of inquiry
~ of introduction

~ of license -

~ of procuration
~ of transmittal

~s ad colligendum bona defuncti



~s citatory ,
~s dismissory (missive)

~s of administration ,
~s of executor

~s of marque (and reprisal)
~(s) of mart
~s patent (.) ,

~s reguisitory
( )
241

letters testamentary
~s testamentary
( )
ancillary ~s
,
back ~ 1) ; 2)
( )
business review ~ (.)
( )
collection ~

convering ~
fixing ~ ,

general ~s of administration

judicial ~ ,
lodging ~ ,
official ~ (.)
probative ~ ,
sea ~ (,
,
)
special ~s administration

testamentary ~s
( )
testimonial ~ () ,
letting ,
242

~ of lands to farm
levari
~ facias (.)

levy 1) ( . .)
(
); 2) , , ,
property ~
lex
~ cause (.) ,
; , ( , )
~ domicilii (.)
~ electa (.) , ,
~ fori (.) ,
~ loci actus (.) ,
~ loci celebrationis (.)
,
~ loci contractus (.)

~ loci rei sitae (.)
~ loci solutionis (.)

~ ordinandi (.)
~ situs (.)
,

~ voluntatis (.) ,

liability 1) ; 2) ; 3) (pl.) , ,

written libel
~ for damages
,
~ imposed by law ,
accrued ~ies
adjudicated ~
civil ~ -
contingent ~
()
corporate ~
current ~ies
deferred ~ies
delictual ~
double ~
exclusive ~
fixed ~ies
fixed ~

individual ~
joint ~ ,

legal ~
limited ~
long-term ~ies
occupiers ~ ,
organizational ~

pecuniary ~ 1) ; 2)
personal ~

primary ~
product ~ (
)
reciprocal ~ies
secondary ~ , ;
severable ~
superadded ~
to change ~

to incur ~ () ,

tortious ~
unlimited ~
vicarious ~ ;
libel 1) ,
(.
); 2) (

); 3) ( )
actionable ~ ,

class ~
handwritten ~ ,

mass-media ~
newspaper ~ ,
obscene ~ ,
typewritten ~ ,

written ~

243

libelant
libelant 1) ; 2) ,
(
)
libellee (
)
libeller ,
libellus
~ famosus (.)
libertas (.)
liberty ,
~ of a port
licence (license) , ,
~ by estoppel (.) ,

~ for marriage
~ in amortization
~s of right (.) (
; , )
~ under a patent (.)
absolute ~ () (

)
assignable ~ ,
driving ~ ,
244

express ~ ,
; ,
field-of-use ~

label ~ (.)
( ) ( (
)

)
marriage ~
nonpatent ~ ,
-
oral ~
passive ~ ()
patent ~ (.)
royalty-free ~
sole ~ 1) , ; 2) (,
)
to obtain a ~ ,

validated ~
vehicle ~
village ~
licensability
licensee 1) ,
, ; 2) (.)
~ of patent rights
licenser (licensor) 1) , , ; 2) (.)
~ of patent rights
patentee ~ -

life-estate
trade secret ~ -
licensing ,
compulsary ~
package ~ (.) ,
licensure (.) , . .
lien 1) ( -
),
; 2) ; 3) ,
~ of a covenant
~ of attachment

~ of garnishment

accountants ~ 1) ; 2)

admiralty ~
agents ~
agisters ~ ,

agricultural ~

attorney-~
, ,

bankers ~
building ~
, -


charging ~
chattel ~
conventional ~ ,

demurrage ~


equitable ~ ,
factors ~

judgement ~

junior ~
maritime ~ 1) ;
2) ,

possessory ~
salvage ~ (
)
senior ~

statutory ~

tax ~

vendors ~ ,
lienor 1) , ; ,
; 2) ; 3)
life 1) ; 2) ;
3)
economic ~

life-estate ,
245

life-hand
life-hand ,
life-hold
liferent (.) , ,

life-tenant
lighterage ,

limit 1) ; 2) ;

limitation 1) ( , ); 2) , ; 3)
; 4) ( )
~ of actions
~ of estate ( )

-
~ of liability acts
,

time ~ 1) , ;
2)
line 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) (.)

~ of ancestor

~ of argument
~ of conduct
~ of demarcation

~ of duty
ascending ~
base ~ () (
)
collateral ~
credit ~
246

descending ~
female ~ (, )
marriage ~s
transversal ~
lineal
linkage ( /
/
)
liquidator
~ of the estate ,
liquidity
li s
~ pendens (.) ,

list ,
assessment ~ ,
cause ~
commercial ~

common jury ~ ,

exigent ~
( )
jury ~ 1) ; 2) ,
New Procedure (N.P.) ~

short cause ~ ;
,
( )
special jury ~ ,
trial ~

maritime loan
litigant ,
private ~
public ~
litigation , ,
anti-trust ~
appellate ~
civil ~
former ~
later ~ ,
local ~
pending ~

post-trial ~
previous ~
state ~
litigator , ( )
litiscontestation ;

litispendence 1)
;
; 2) ,
livery 1) ; ; 2) ,
; 3)
~ in deed
~ of seisin ,
to lie in ~

living 1) ; 2) (.) ; ,
~ apart
~ together
load
loading
loan ;
~ at call (at notice)
~ at interest
~ at short notice ,

~ for consumption ,
~ for exchange
~ for use ,

~ of collateral
~ of goods
~ on call
amortized ~ ; ,
bad ~
bank ~
bottomry ~ ,
bridge ~

brokers ~
call (demand) ~
conventional ~
installment ~

juice ~ ( )
long sighted (long term) ~
maritime ~ ,
247

mortgage loan
mortgage ~
mutual ~
non-performing ~ ,
non-recourse ~
; -
personal ~
precarious ~
real-estate ~
straight ~
time ~ ,

to raise ~
unsecured ~
location 1) , ;
2) (.) / ; 3) , , , ;
4) ; ,

lockout ,

locus
~ delicti (.)
~ standi (.) 1) ;
2) ,

lodgement 1) ; 2) (, . .);
3) , ; 4) ,
(, )
lodger 1) , ; 2) (, . .)
lodgings ,
lord ,
~ of manor ,
L~ of Session
()
~s of appeal , -
248

First Sea ~ (.)


( )
law ~s
mesne ~ ()
loser -,
loss , , ,
~ of assets ()
()
~ of consortium

~ of earning capacity
~ of effect ,

~ of faculty
~ of right
~ of wages (.,
)
absolute total ~
accrued ~
actual ~
( )
apprehended ~

claimed ~
constructive ~ () ( )
incurred ~ ,

partial ~ ( )
pecuniary ~ , ,
prospective ~
real ~ ,
sustained ~
to accept potential ~es

to counter the ~

malpractice
to incur ~es
to inflict a ~
to limit ~es on unprofitable trade
to make good a ~
to repair a ~
to suffer a ~ ,
to sustain ~ ,
total ~ (., )
lot 1) (); 2)
()
loyalty ,

M
machinery ,
~ of justice

judicial ~ ,
magistracy 1) ; 2) ; 3)
,
magistrate (
, );
; ;

chief ~ ;

committing ~

federal ~ (.)
issuing ~
lay ~

stipendiary ~ ,
trial ~ ,
magistrature 1) (.)
; 2)

~s and duties
mailing 1) ; 2) (.)

mainmort
(
)
mainpernor ( )
mainprise 1) (.) ;
2)
maintainor ,
maintenance 1) (
);
2) , ; 3) , ,
; 4) ,
~ of accounts
~ of order
separate ~ ,
;
majority
maker 1) ,
; , ; 2) ,
maladministration ,
maladministrator , ;
( . . )
malpractice 1) ; 2)
249

legal malpractice
legal ~
,

man 1) ; 2) ,
~-in-possession
~ of law , ,
~ of straw
( )
contact ~
jury ~ ,

odd ~
single ~ ,
management 1) ; 2) ,
case ~ ( ,
)
manager 1) ; 2)
mandamus (.)

mandatary ;
,
mandate 1) , ; 2) ,
mandator
,
mandatory , ,
,
manifest ,
inward ~
()
outward ~
()
ships ~ ,
250

manner 1) , ,
; 2) (.) ,
~ of payment
~ of proving
manual ; ;
,
bench ~
manucaption
manuscript ,
final ~
original ~
mark , , ;

certification ~
(., )
defensive ~
trade ~
market ; ; ; ;
~ overt , ,
auction ~
bear ~ ,
bull ~ ,
closed ~ ( )
commodity ~
free ~ ,

illicit ~
labour ~ ,
licit ~
local ~ ,

money ~
open (public) ~

to discharge (to dissolve) a marriage


thin ~ ( )
marketability , ,

marking
patent ~ (.) ,

marriage ,
~ at law
~ by habit and repute
,
~ by proxy ,

~ in issue
~ terminable by pleasure ,
bigamous ~ ,
ceremonial ~ ,

civil ~
common-law ~
companionate ~ ,
conformist ~
contestable ~
contested ~
Gretna-Green ~ ,
; ( , , ,
, ,
)
forcible ~
former ~
future ~

hedge ~
informal ~
invalid ~
irregular ~ ,
left handed ~
legal ~ ,
limping ~ , (
)
mercenary ~
mixed ~
morganatic ~
(, , )
nonconformist ~

plural (polygamos) ~ ,
previous ~
proved ~
putative ~ ,
( ,
)
questionable ~
questioned ~
regular ~ ,
Scotch ~ 1) (. .
, , , , , );
2)
sham ~
shotgun ~ (., .)
subsequent ~
to contract ~
to discharge (to dissolve) a ~
251

to procure marriage
to procure ~
to solemnize a ~ ,

valid ~
void ~
voidable ~
marriageability
marriageableness
marshal 1) ( ,

); 2) (.)
judges ~ ,


marshlling

mass 1) ; 2)
~ of evidence
~ of the succession

general ~ of a bankrupts estate


master 1) ( ); 2) ; 3) (,
, )
~ of requests ,

~ of the bench
chief ~ ( )
practice ~ (
)
ship ~
252

taxing-~ ,
vendue ~
mate 1) ; 2)
material ,
case ~ ,
evidentiary ~ ,
materiality ,
~ of evidence
maternity
matriheritage 1) ; 2)

matrimony ,
matron 1) ,
, ; 2)
matter 1) , ,
; 2)
, ,
~ at law
~ in contest
~ in contraversy ,

~ in deed 1) ,
; 2)
~ in despute (in issue)
~ in pais 1) ,
; 2)

~ of argument
~ of confidence
; ,
~ of defence ,
~ of fact
~ of form ,

meeting
~ of law 1) (); 2) ,
~ of litigation
~ of practice ()
~ of proced ure

~ of record 1) , ; 2)
~ of right ()
~ of substance ()
ancillary ~

civil ~ 1) ; 2)
collateral ~
copyrightable ~ ,
; ( )
denied ~ ,
disproved ~
disputable ~
established ~ ,
evidential ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3)
litigated ~
new ~ 1) ; 2) ;
( )
pending ~
preliminary ~ ,

probative ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3)

procedural ~

questionable ~

maturation ,
maturity 1) , ; 2)
,
~ of instrument

at ~ ,
means 1) , ; 2) , ,
~ of identification ,

~ of proof
amicable ~ ,
( )
dishonest ~ ,
illegal ~ ,
lawful ~ ,

pacific ~
measure ; ; ;
;
~ of damages
judicial ~
legal ~s
remedial ~s
to pass a ~
mediate

mediation
mediator ,
medium , ,
~ of exchange
(, , )
meeting 1) , ;
2)
253

meeting in camera
~ in camera
,
~ of minds
enlarged ~
private ~
public ~
melioration ,

member
~ of circuit
~ of legislative body ,
~ of the bar 1) ,
; 2) (pl.)
~ of the bench ,

~ of the grand jury


~ of the (petty) jury

adopted ~
legal profession ~ , ,

memorial
a mensa et thoro
( )
divorce ~ ( )
merchantman
merciament
merger ,
~ of cases

conglomerate ~ ,
corporate ~
merit 1) , ;
2)
~ of appeal
254

~ of defence
~s of the case ,
to decide on ~s
merx (.) ,
messuage
ancient ~ ,
method 1) , ; 2) (.)

Michaelmas
middleman 1) ; 2) ,
minority
minutes ( . .)
~of evidence
~ of proceedings
~ of the court
agreed ~ ,

to take ~
misadventure
misappropriation
,
misappropriator , , ,
misbranding
,
~of inferior goods ,
miscarriage 1) ; 2) ,
~ of justice ,

hand money
mischarge ,
mischief ,
malicious ~
misconduct ; ;
judicial ~ ,
parental ~

misdirection
misjoinder

~ of causes of action

~ of inventors (.)
~ of parties
~ of patents (.)
mispleading
misrepresentation 1) , ; 2)
misstatement

~ in the record

mistake ,
~ of fact
~ of law
clerical ~
honest ~
operative ~

mistrial ,

mitigation ,
~of damage
~ of penalty ,

mittimus (.) 1)
; 2) (.)
(, )
mobility ,

moderator
modification ,
~ of judgement

modus (.) ,
~ procedendi (.)
~ vivendi (.) ,
money ,
~ due

caution ~
cheap ~ ; ;

condemnation ~ ,
conduct ~
danger ~
dispatch ~ ,

earnest ~
glove-~ (.) ,

hand ~
255

hush money
hush ~ ( . .)
insurance ~
key ~
suit ~
money-lender
monition 1) ; 2)

moot (
)
mooter
mooting
( )
mortality
case ~
( ,
)
mortgage , , ,
~ of goods - ,

bond and ~ ,

blanket ~
chattel ~ -
, ; ,
closed ~ ( )
loan ~
open ~ ( )
package ~ ( , )
welsh ~
mortgagee
,
256

mortgager
,
mortmain , , - (, . .)
motion
~ for a new trial

~ in arrest of judgement

,
~ in court ,

~ to dismiss ,
,
interlocutory ~

oral ~
post-judgement ~ ,
post-trial ~ ,

post-verdict ~ ,
pre-trial ~ ,

pre-verdict ~ ,
renewed ~
to deny a ~
to grand a ~
to make a ~
to satisfy a ~
verbal (unwritten) ~
written ~
movables
heirship ~ (.) , -

negligence
; ,
mover ,
mulct ,
meltifariousness

mute ,
mutuant
mutuar/y

N
name , ,
assumed ~ , ,
brand ~
()
business ~
case ~ , ,
copyrighted ~ (),

corporate ~ ()
fictitious (false) ~
generic ~ (,
)
maiden ~
married ~
patent ~ ( , )
proprietary ~ , ;
trade ~ 1) , , ; 2) ();
()

ones own ~ ,
-
narration (.)
nati
~ et nascituri (.) ,

navigation ,
coastal ~
surface ~
necessary (necessaries) ,
necessitudo (.) , ,
necessity ( ,
);
actual ~
direct ~ ,

extreme ~
( )
indirect ~ ,
reasonable ~ ,
neglect , ,
~ of children
~ of official duty

~ to observe care
excusable ~ ,

wilful ~ ,

negligence , ,
257

blameworthy negligence
blameworthy ~ , ,
comparative ~
contributory ~
hazardous ~
legal ~

ordinary ~ ,
passive ~ ,
petty ~
subsequent ~ ,

negotiability ; , (, . .);
negotiation 1) ,
; 2) , ,
(); 3)
without-prejudice ~

negotiator 1) ; 2) ,
; ,
neutrality ()
next-of-kin
(
)
presumptive ~
nisi (.)
~ prius (.) 1)
; 2) (.)


258

decree (order, rule) ~ (.)


(. ), ,

nolle prosequi (.)
,

non-ability 1) ;
2)
non-access (
)
non-acceptance
( . .),
nonage
non-appearance
non-assumpsit
non-claim
non-consummation ()
non-deviation ( )
non-feasance 1) ; 2) ()
non-joinder 1) ; 2)
; 3) (.) (
)
nonjuror ,

non-liquet
( )
non-prosequitur (.)

notice to produce
nonsuit 1) ; 2) ,
nonsupport 1)
- ; 2)
non-term
non-user 1)
,
; 2) ,

notary 1) ; 2) (.)
~ public
note 1) ,
; 2) , ; 3)
~s payable (receivable) ( )
approved indorsed ~s

collateral ~
explanatory ~ ;
marginal ~ ,
;
promissory ~ () ,
reclaiming ~ (.)

notice , ; ;
~ in writing ,

~ of action
~ of allowance
~ of appeal
~ of appearance
( )

~ of appropriation ()

~ of charges
~ of copyright (
)
~ of dedication (to public use) (.)

~ of dishonour () (
)
~ of hearing
~ of motion originating ,

~ of opposition ,
~ of orders or judgements
~ of protest
~ of receipt
~ of taking depositions

~ of trial

~ of witness(es)
~ to admit (
)
~ to appear

~ to creditors
~ to plead

~ to produce

259

notice to quit
~ to quit

;

bankruptcy ~

distringas ~
-
( )
judicial ~ (
, )
personal ~ 1) ;
2)
presumptive ~
pretrial ~
second ~
unmatched trade ~
notification , ,
,
~of indebtedness ,
novation 1) ();
2) ; 3)
novel 1) , ; 2)
novelty ()
absolute ~ (.)
isle ~ (.)
( )
non-patentable ~ (.) ( ),
nullification ; ,

260

nullity 1) ( . .); 2) ,

~ of marriage

nuncupation

O
oath ( ); ,
~ in litem ,

~ of calumny ,
, ,
~ of fealty
~ of qualification
~ on arrival
assertory ~ (),
civic ~
corporal ~

decisive decisory ~
escape ~
extrajudical ~
()
false ~
judicial ~
left-handed ~
solemn ~
suppletory ~ ,
to administer ~ ,

indivisible obligation
to deny on ~ -

to make ~
to release from ~

voluntary ~
oath-breaker
oath-helper ,

oath-taking , ,
obiter dictum (.)
() , ; ,

object 1) ; 2) , ,

~ in issue
~ of action
~s of a power ,
objection
~ in point of law
~ to a juror
legal ~
to raise an ~
to sustain ~ ,
to take an ~ to smth. -
object-matter
~ of patent (.) ; , ; ,

objector ,

objuration , ;
obligant ,

obligation 1) , . .
, ; 2) ; 3)
~ of contract
~ of oath 1) ; 2)
absolute ~
accessory ~
accrued ~
civil ~ ; ,
concurrent ~
conjunctive ~
contractual ~ ,
counterpart ~s
cross ~
determinate ~ , -
divisible ~
express or omplied ~
heritable ~ ,
imperfect ~ , ;
indeterminate ~ , ,
indivisible ~
261

joint obligation
joint ~

joint and several ~

;
legal ~ 1) ;
2)
obediential ~ ,
perfect ~ ;
,
personal ~ 1) , ;
2) ,
pure ~
real ~
several ~
shared ~
single or penal ~
solidary ~
to assume ~s
to cancel an ~
to meet an ~ 1) ; 2)
obligator ,
;
obligee , ,
obligor ,
, ,
obliquity
obreption (.)
-
observant -
262

observer ,
legal ~
obviousness (.) (
, )
occupancy 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
actual ~ 1) ;
2)
occupant 1) , ;
2) , ,
; 3) ; ,

occupation 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
manual ~
notorious ~
own ~
occupier ; ,
offence 1) ; 2) ()
~ against the law
~ of agreeing to indemnify sureties


acquisitive ~s ,
civil ~ ,

disorderly ~
licensing ~
minor ~ ,

petty ~s
public ~
regulatory ~ (.) ,
trivial ~

acting officer
offender
civil ~
diverted ~ , (
)
juvenile ~
minor ~ 1) , ; 2)
recorded ~
offendress
offer , ; ,
~ of compromise
~ of proof ( )
~ without obligation

attractive ~
conditional ~
confusing ~ ,

firm ~
standing ~
to accept an ~ ,

to make an ~
to revoke an ~
to tender ~
to withdraw an ~
offeree ; ,
offerer (offeror) ; ,

office 1) ; 2) ,
; 3) , ,
; 4)
,
~ found , ,


~ of honour
~ of profit
~ of trust
appointed (appointive) ~

central ~ (.,
)
judicial ~
legal ~ 1) ;
2)
life ~
paper ~ ()
patent ~
principal ~ -
registry ~
stipendiary ~
to forfeit ones ~

to hold ~ ,
to suspend from ~
office-holder
officer , ,

~ of court
~ of justice 1) ,
; 2) ,
acting ~

263

company officer
company ~ ()
corporate ~ ,
hearing ~ (.) ,

judicial ~ ,

law ~
law-enforcement ~
legal ~
part-time ~ ,
welfare ~ 1) (.) ; 2) (.) ,
official , ,
business ~
career ~
civil justice ~
company ~
defendant ~ ,
judicial ~
legal ~
private ~
recording ~ -
,
official-designate ,

off-put (.)
offset 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
264

offtake

ombudsman ,
omission 1) ( . .), , ; 2)
omittance 1) ; 2)
onus (.) , ,

~ of proof (of proving)


~ probandi (.)
opening 1) (
); 2) ,
the ~
operation 1) ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) , ,

operator 1) (.) ; 2) ,
opinion 1) ; 2) ,
advisory ~
concurrent (concurring) ~ ,
counsels ~

court ~

defence ~ ,
dissenting ~ ();

extrajudicial ~ , ; ,

order of prohibition
fixed ~
individual ~
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)
legal ~
majority ~
minority ~
partial ~
per curiam ~
precedent-setting ~ ,
preconceived ~ ,
separate ~
undivided ~ ,

opponent 1) (
); ; 2) ,
opposition 1) ; 2)
option 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
~ for the put
~ of change
~ of collection
~ of payment
~ to purchase
buyers ~
call ~
cargo ~ ,
commodity ~ -
commodity futures ~ -
first ~
put ~
sellers ~
to deal in ~s

orator 1) (.) ;
2) , ,
oratress , ,
order 1) , , , , ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ; 5) ,
; 6) ( ); 7) /

~ for collection
~ for costs

~ for possession
;
~ nisi , (
, )
~ of certiorari ( )
~ of convenience and necessity
, ( )
~ of court
~ of discharge

~ of examination (.)

~ of filiation
~ of jurisdiction
~ of precedence
~ of priority
~ of prohibition , -
265

order of proof
~ of proof

~ of revivor
~ of succession
~ to show cause
(
,
)
adjudication ~

adoption ~
affiliation ~
agreed ~ ,

Anton Piller ~ (.) ,
,
( )
appealable ~ ,
bastardy ~
buying ~
charging ~

chartering ~ (
)
commission ~
commutation ~

consent ~

266

decreral ~ ,
delivery ~ 1)
; 2)
disbarment ~
discovery ~
disregard tape ~

enforcement ~
established ~
exclusion ~
garnishee (garnishment) ~

,

;
general ~s
interim ~
interlocutory (intermediate) ~
judges ~ ,

judicatory civil ~ ;

mandatory ~
( ,
)
non-molestation ~ ; , -
original ~

preliminary ~ ; ,

outmarriage
procedural ~
protection (protective) ~
(.,
,
,
)
receiving ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)
,

reparation ~ ( ) ( )
resting ~
restraining ~
restriction ~
satisfied ~ ()
selling ~
separation ~
stipulation ~
stop ~ 1) ,
- ;
2)
-
stop-limit ~ -,
stop payment ~
substantive ~
support ~
time limit ~ ,
to accept ~s

to handle ~s
to follow ~s
to make an ~
to reverse an ~

unfilled ~
unsatisfied ~

vesting ~ ( )
winding-up ~ ()
ordinary 1) ;
2) (.) ; 3) (.)
organization ,
judicial ~
orphan
orphanage (.)
ouster (. );
ouster-le-main (.)
,
outdweller ,
,
outgoer ,
outlay(s) , ,
capital ~s
current ~s
full cost ~s
outmarriage
267

outsider
outsider 1) ; 2) ( )
overclaiming (.)

; , ( )
over-insurance ,
overtime
owelty (
,
)
owner ;
~ in common
~ of record ,
~ of vessel
absolute ~ ,
abutting ~
; , (., )
adjoining ~s

adult ~
beneficial ~ -, ,
-
corporate ~ ;

disponent ~ -
equitable ~
268

evicted ~ ;
,
general ~
joint ~s
know-how ~ -
(. . )
legal ~
limited ~ ,

managing ~ ()-
original ~
part ~ 1) ; 2)
property ~
reputed ~
special ~ ,

surface ~
,

owner-occupier -
ownership 1) ,
, ;
2)
~ in common
~ of property
corporate ~ ,
joint ~
land ~ , ,
state ~
stock ~
oyer , ( )

parenthood

P
pacatio (.) ,
package 1) (); 2) ,
packer ,
pact ; , (
)
~ de non alienando (.)

bare ~ ,

marriage property ~ - ,

nude ~ ,

paction ,
palinode (.)
, ,
palmarium (.)
panel ;
~ of jurors
~ of trial judges

arbitration ~
panellation
paper 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
~ of causes
bank ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,
case ~s

chattel ~ ,

circuit ~
claim ~s
commodity ~ 1) ; 2) ;
3) ,
couriers ~s
moving ~s
peremptory ~ ,
ships ~s
test ~ ,

testamentary ~ , ,
trade ~s
vessel ~s
parcels
parcenary 1) ; 2)
parcener ,
parent ,

adopting (adoptive) ~
foster ~s
natural (real) ~
surrogate ~ ,
parentage 1) , ; 2)
unknown ~
parentela
parenthood ,
,
269

parephernalia
parephernalia

parol , ,

pars (.) , ,
~ gravata (.)
~ rea (.)
part 1) ( , ); 2) , ;
bairns ~ (.) ,
dead mans ~

deads ~ (.)
deaths ~

wifes ~
partator ; ()
partiality ,
particulars ;
,
~ of breaches and objections

~ of sale
partisanship
partition (, )
partner 1) , , ; 2)
latent ~
party 1) ( , . .); 2) , ,

270

~ and party costs ,


~ies and their privies ,

~ies at variance
~ies concerned

~ies to dispute 1) ;
2)
~ in controversy

~ in default ,
~ in (at) fault
~ in interest
~ litigant
~ to a dispute
~ to a litigation

~ to an action at law
~ to a (law) suit
~ to a trial ,
~ to be charged 1) , ; 2)
~ to the proceedings
~ to the trade ,
accomodation ~
adverse ~ ( )
applicant ~
competent ~
contending ~ies
contracting ~
defaulting ~ 1) , ; 2) ,
defeated ~
fellow ~
intermediate ~

pater
intermediate ~ in a multiparty interference
(.)
(. . )
junior ~ (.)
( ,
),

losing ~ ,
moving ~ ,
offended ~
opposing (opposite) ~
original ~
other ~
prevailing ~ ,
private ~
proving ~
rebutting ~
requesting ~
senior ~ (.) (
,
)
successful ~ ,
the guilty ~
the injured ~
the ~ to a contract
unsuccessful ~
patent (.)
assailable ~ ,

basic ~
combination ~
confirmation ~
expired ~ ,

freed ~ ,
home ~ ,
;

importation ~
industrial ~
infringed ~ ; ,
land ~ ,

lapsed ~

legally effective ~
litigious ~
master ~
nuisance ~
(, , )
opposed ~
original ~ (.) ;

petty ~ ( , )
pioneer ~
process ~
registered ~ (.) ;
reissuend ~
senior ~ ( ,
)
unenforceable ~ ,
(
)
utility ~ 1) (.) ; 2)
voidable ~
patentability
patentee , ; ,
patenter
patenting
pater (.)
271

paternity
paternity
patria
patricula
patrimony 1) , ; 2)
patron 1) , ; , ;
2) ; 3)
patronage 1)
; 2) , ; 3)
pawn ,
pawnee
pawner (pawnor) ,
pawnshop
pay , ,

payee , ;

payer
payment ,
~ for honour ,

~ in kind ,
~ in lien of appearance
~ in part ,
~ into court

~ of costs
accord ~
advance ~ ,
after-~ , ,
appropriated ~ ,

cash ~s
indefinite ~ (.) ,
272

to effect a ~
to make ~
to present for ~
to tender ~

unappropriated ~ ,
pecunia (.) ,

~ non numerate (.)


~ numerate (.)
( )
~ trajectitia (.) cc,
,
peddler
peddling
pedigree 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
,
penalty , , ;

civil ~ -
pecuniary ~
pendency ()
~ of appeal
pendicle (.)
pendicler (.)
pensio (.) ,

pension 1) ; 2) ; 3) , ; 4)

people ,
lay ~

wrongful person
peremption 1)
;
2) ,
perfection ,

performance ,
alternative ~ ()
characteristic ~ (
)
negligent ~ of duty
specific ~ ()
;
substantial ~ ,

peril ,
~ insured
~s of the Lakes ( )
~s of the sea
maritime ~
perjuration (.)

perjurer
perjury ,
to commit ~
,
permission
~ of appeal

legal ~ ,

permit 1) ();
2)
carrier ~
user ~

permittee ,
permutatio (.) ,
pernancy
(-); ( . .)
pernor ( . .)
~ of profits ,
perpetuation
~ of evidence ()
~ of testimony
perpetuity 1) ;
2)
perquisitio (.) ,
person ,
~ of law
~ on trial
adjudicated ~ ,
artificial ~
committed ~ 1) , - ; 2) ,

corporate ~
ficticious ~
incorporated ~
juridical (juristic) ~

legal ~ 1) ; 2)

natural ~
private ~
public juridical ~
sued ~
third ~ ,
tried ~ ,

wrongful ~
273

personality
personality 1) ;
2)
actors ~ ,
legal ~
separate ~
personalty ,

tangible ~

personation 1) , ; 2) (.)

perversion ,
~ of justice ;

petition , , ,
~ for allowance of appeal

~ for appeal ,
;
~ for nullity (,
. .)
~ for rehearing ()
~ in bankruptcy

~ of right ( )
~ of urgency

form ~ ;
274

insufficient ~
meritorious ~
originating ~

reclaiming ~ (.)

sufficient ~
to present a ~ ,
petitionee (.) , ,

petitoner ,
pignoratio (.)
pignoration , ( ),
pignus (.)
piracy , ; ,
literary ~
pirate , ,
piscary
place 1) ; 2)
~ of contract
~ of profit
~ of the forum

placement , ,

~ in care ,
~ of loan
placita communia (.)
placitum (.)
~ fractum (.) ,

common pleas
plaint ,
plaintiff
~ in cross ,

to find for the ~

plea 1) ,
; 2) ; 3) (.) , ;
4) ; 5) ;
6) ()
; 7) ; 8) ,
~ in abatement
(); , , ;


~ in bar
,
~ in bar special
~ in discharge
~ in reconvention 1) ;
2)
~ in suspension ,
~ of alibi
~ of another action pending ,

~ of common employment
,
,


~ of general issue -



~ of justification

~ of necessity

~ of never indebted

~ of nul disseisin

~ of payment
,
~ of privilege
~ of res judicata
;
~ of tender ,

~ to delay action

~ to further maintenance of action

~ to the jurisdiction
~ to the merits
affirmative ~ ,
anomaious ~ ,

civil ~
common ~ 1) ;
2)
common ~s

275

defendants plea
defendants ~ ( )
;
dilatory ~
( )
fictitious ~ ; ; , ;
, ;

foreign ~
general issue ~


informed ~ 1)
; 2) ; ,
; ,
issuable ~

negative ~ ,
,
non-issuable ~
peremptory ~ ,

sham ~ , ,
;
special ~ in bar
special ~ of justification

to enter ~ ( )
276

to set up a ~
traversable ~

pleader ;

pleading 1)
; 2) (pl.) ; 3) (pl.) ;
4)
, ;
5) ,

accusatory ~
amended ~ ,

amending opponents ~


bad ~ ,
colourable ~ ( )
common-law ~ 1) , ; 2)
,
defensive ~
oral ~ ,
original ~ 1) (
) ;
2) ( )
; 3)

sham ~

underwriters policy
special ~ 1) , ; 2) ;
3)
supplemental ~ ;

to amend a ~
to open ~s ( )
pleasure , , ,

pledge 1) ,
; 2) ; 3)
dead ~
life (living) ~ ,
pledgee
pledger 1) ; 2)
pledgery
plunder ,

poena (.) , ,
poind
poinding (.) ;

multiple ~ (.)

personal ~ (.)

real ~ (.)


point 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4)
~ at issue
~ of contact
~ of fact
~ of law
~ of order ,
~ reserved ,

~s of claim
~s of defence

~s of law
approved delivery ~

legal ~
moot ~ ;

policy 1) (); 2)
~ of insurance
annuity ~
assurance ~
closed insuarance ~ ,
hull ~
insuranse ~
judical ~
juridical ~
law ~
life ~
marine insurance ~

named ~ ; ,
underwriters ~
277

policyholer
policyholer

pollicitaiton ; ,
polyandry ,
polygamy , ,
port
~ of arrival
~ of call
~ of departure
~ of destination
~ of discharge
~ of distress , -
~ of documentation
~ of entry
~ of loading
~ of refuge , -
~ of registry
~ of shipment
closed ~ ,
free ~ , -
home ~ 1) ; 2) ,

treaty ~ (, )
portion 1) , ; 2) , ; 3)
compulsory ~
disposable ~ ,
hereditary ~ (
)
legal ~
ligitimate ~
marriage ~
278

natural ~ ()
portioner (.) 1)
;
2)
possession ;
~ at (in) law
(,
)
~ in deed
~ in fact
~ in nine-tenths of the law ,
,

~ naked

~ under a lease
actual ~
actual adverse ~ ,
adverse ~ ,


civil ~
constructive ~
constructive adverse ~ ,
derivative ~
fictious ~ (,
)
former ~ ,

cognate powers
immemorial ~
joint ~
juridical (legal) ~ (, )
natural ~
notorious (open) ~ ,
original ~
pedal ~
precarious ~ ;
prior (previous) ~
; ,

quasi ~
scrambling ~
substantial ~
to have in ~ ,
to take ~ ;

vacant ~ ,

possessor

posterity
postman (.)

post-nuptial ,
post-obit

postponement ;
trial ~
post-publication
,

postremogenitur (., .)
,

pour-ower

power 1) ; 2) , , ; 3)
~ coupled with interest 1) ;
2)
~ of allienation
~ of appointment
~ of attorney ;
~ of attorney and substitution
~ of communication (., )
~ of disposition
~ of judgement ,
()
~ of review ( )
~ of sale
~ of substitution
~ of testation
~ to initiate (to introduce) legislation

adjudicative ~ 1) ; 2)

arbitrary ~
cognate ~s ,

279

commerce power
commerce ~
confirmatory ~
,
corporate ~s
,
general ~ of attorney
judgement-making ~ , ( )
judgement-passing ~ , ( )
judicial ~
judiciary ~s
large ~s
parental ~ ,

paternal ~ ,

the contempt ~ (.) ()
,
treaty-making ~

practice 1) ,
; 2) ;
3) ,
~ and adjudication

~ of law
~ of the trade ,
chamder ~

common-law ~ 1)
; 2) ,

judicial ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)
law ~ ,
legal ~ 1) , ; 2) ,

280

private law ~

referral ~(s) 1)
; 2)

restrictive trade ~(s)


,

statutory ~ ()

third party ~
( )
practitioner ,

praecipe (.) 1) ; 2)
; 3) () ( )
praedia (.)
praemunire

preausience

precedent
judicial ~
to follow the ~
to set ~
precept 1) , , ( ); 2) ,

precognition (.) ()
pre-contract ; ( )
predecessor 1) ; 2) ; 3)
~ in title
;

presentment upon oath by grand jury


legal ~
predication 1) , , ; 2) (.)

pre-emption 1)
; 2) ; 3)
preference 1)
(
); ; 2) ,
(, . .)
court ~ , (,
. .)
fraudulent ~ ,

preferment , (, . .)
prehension
prejudgement
;
prejudication 1) ;
2) (); 3)

prejudice ,
prejudicialness (.)
()
premises 1) , ; 2)
; 3)
;
4)
demised ~ ,

partys ~ ,
premium (, , )

insurance ~
single ~ ,
preparation
adequate ~

preponderance
~ of evidence (of proof)
; ( )
~ of testimony
prepossession

pre-publication ,

prescription 1) ( );
2) ,
acquisitive (positive) ~

negative ~
testamentary ~
presentation , ,
,
~ of case , , ;
;
~ of cases
~ of cheque
presentment 1) , ; 2)
~ upon oath by grand jury

281

presumption
presumption
~ of innocence
absolute ~
artificial ~
compelling ~
pretendant
preterition
pretrial
price , ,
contract ~
forward ~
primage

~ and average accustomed


( )
primogeniture ;
,
principal 1) , ;
2) ( ); 3) ( ); 4) ( ); 5) ;
6) ,
~ in the case
~ of the claim (.) ,
~s to the contract

disclosed (named) ~ ,
undisclosed (unnamed) ~
prior , -
282

priority 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3) (.)

~ of creditors
~ of invention
~ of liens
convention ~ (.)

domestic ~ (.)
privilege 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; ; 4) ( )
~ of court

~ of witness (
)
accountant ~

attorney-client ~
evidentiary ~

hereditary ~
joint ~


judicial ~ ( , ,
, )
legal professional ~

litigants ~
( ,
. .)

litigious procedure
marital ~ (
)
native ~ ,

testimonial ~ (
)
privity 1) ( . .); 2) , ; ( , ); 3) , ,
~ of blood
,
~ of contract 1) ; 2)

~ of estate ,
privy ,
; , -

prize , ,
maritime (sea) ~
probate 1) ,
;
2) ; 3) ; 4) (.) ,

~ of wills
probation ,
procedendo (.) 1) ; 2)
-

; 3)
~ ad judicium (.)

procedure ,
, ,
~ for opposition (.)

~ in bankruptcy
~ laid down
~ on appeal

alternative delivery ~

at-trial ~ , ,
civil ~ ,
common law ~

compact ~
counsel-triggered ~

court ~
examination ~
extrajudicial ~
fine and recovery ~
formal ~
grievance ~

informal ~
judicial ~ , , ,
legal ~
litigious ~
283

opposition procedure
opposition ~ (.) ( )
patent granting ~ (.)

post-trial ~

pre-trial ~ (,
)
summary ~ ()

third party ~
( )
trial ~

verdict ~
waiver ~

proceeding(s) 1) , ,
, ; 2) ,
; 3)
~ at law
~ in bankruptcy
~ in camera (in chambers)
,

~s in civil causes
~ in enforcement of law
~ in error
~ in open court

~ in personam
,
284

~ in rem
~ in revision

~ on ex parte application

~ publicity heard

action ~ ,

adjudicatory ~
admiralty ~

adversary ~

affiliation ~

affirmative ~
,
ancillary ~ ,
appeal (appelate) ~

arbitration ~
bankruptcy ~ ,

bastardy ~
civil ~
collateral ~ ,
compulsory ~ (.)
condemnation ~
contested ~
contested reissue ~ (.)
,

subordinate proceeding(s)
disbarment ~

docketing ~

domestic ~ ,
eminent domain ~ 1) ; 2)

ex parte ~ ( )
fabulous (fictitious) ~
forfeiture ~ ;
()
interference ~ (.)
,
interlocutory ~ (
,
)
inter partes ~

interpleader ~


irregular ~
judicial ~ 1) ;
2)
law ~
legal ~ ;
liquidation ~
(., )

litigation ~ ,
mandamus ~


opposition ~ (.)
,
oral ~ ( )
patent office ~ (.) ,

pending ~
plenary ~ ( )
preliminary (pretrial) ~
principal ~

prior ~ ,

prize ~
probate ~
public ~
receivership ~ ,
remedial ~

removal ~
removed ~ ,
rendition ~ ,
return ~
streamlined ~ ,
subordinate ~

285

subsequent proceeding(s)
subsequent ~
summary ~(s) ,
summary judgement ~
supplementary ~
third party ~
( )
to commence ~s
to instigate ~
to institute ~
vexatious ~ ( )
written ~
process 1) , ,
; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ( )
~ in practice ,
~ of execution ;
~ of interpleader
, , ,
~ of the court 1) ;
2) ; 3) ( )
adjudicatory ~
alias ~ (.)

amendable ~
appeal(s) (appelate) ~ 1) ; 2)
286

bastardy ~


civil ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)

court ~es
final ~
follow-up ~ 1)
; 2)
forged ~ 1)
; 2) ; 3)
intermediate (intervening) ~ 1) (.
); 2)
,
judical ~
judicial ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,
jury ~ ,
lawful ~ 1) ; 2)
legal ~ 1) ;
2)
mesne ~ 1) , ; 2)
original ~ ,

remedial ~
review ~ ()
statutory ~

promiser (promisor)
to serve a ~
trustee ~
,
verbal ~
void ~ ,
proces-verbal (.)
proctor , , (. , ,
)
procuracy 1) , ; ;
2)
procuratio (.)
procuration , ;
procurator
procuratory (.) ,

prodigal ,

production , (, . .)
~ in court ,
~ of argument
~ of evidence
~ of statement
~ of suit
~ of witness
profert
( )
profit , , ,
accumulated ~
mesne ~s (, -


);
violent ~s (.) ,
prohibition ,
proles (.)
prolxity ( , )
promise
( )
~ implied in fact
~ implied in law

conditional ~ ,
-
fictitious ~
gratuitous ~
illusory ~ ,
-
implied ~
naked ~ ,

new ~ ,
,
to raise ~

promisee 1) ,
; 2) ( );
promiser (promisor) 1) , ; ( ); 2) ,
() ;
287

joint promisers (promisors)


joint ~s ; ,
joint and several ~s , ;

several ~s ,

promutuum (.)
pronouncement , ;
; ;
()
proof 1) (.) ;
2) , ; 3) ; 4)
~ and hearing

~ beyond all reasonable


~ beyond any reasonable doubt -
~ by affidavit 1) , ; 2) ;
3)
~ by circumstantial evidence
~ by notoriety ,
(
,
)
~ by presumption

~ by testimony 1) ; 2)
~ from the contrary 1)
; 2) ; 3)
288

~ of admission 1) ,
; 2) ;
3) ; 4) ; 5)
~ of claim
,
~ of consistency 1)

; 2) ;
3)

~ of debt
~ of evidence 1) ; 2)
; 3) ; 4) ; 5)

~ of fact 1) ;
2) ; 3)
; 4)
~ of loss
~ of motive
~ of official record 1)
; 2) ; 3)
~ of record 1) ; 2) ;
3) ; 4)
~ of witness
~ on a preponderance of probabilities

virtual proof
~ to the contrary 1)
; 2) ;
3)
affirmative ~
affirmative ~ of loss
,
burden of ~
categorical ~ 1) ; 2)
circular ~ ,
clear ~ 1) , ; 2)
conclusive ~
controvertible ~
crucial (decisive) ~
direct ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3)
evident ~ 1) ; 2)
formal ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)

foundation ~ 1) ; 2)
; 3)
foundational ~ ,
hard ~
incontrovertible ~

independent ~
indirect ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)


indubitable ~
infallible ~
inferential ~ 1) , ;
2) ;
3)
irrefutable ~
judgement ~ ,
literal ~ 1) ; 2)

negative ~
positive ~ ,
presumptive ~ ,
relevant ~ , ,
;
reliable ~ ,

satisfactory ~ 1) ; 2)
substantial ~
testimonial ~
,
to afford ~
to develop ~
to offer (produce, show) ~
to take ~
uncontrovertible ~

virtual ~
289

proof-proof
proof-proof ,
property 1) , ; 2) , , ; 3) (.)
(, )
~ forfeit to the state ,
~ given to charity ,
~ in action , ; ,
~ in movable things
,
~ of another
~ of the debtor
~ taken for public use ,

abandoned ~
absolute ~
abutting ~
adjacent (adjoining) ~ ,
,
adjudicated ~ ; ,

after-acquired ~ ,
agrarian ~
agricultural ~

ancestral ~ , ;

artistic ~
associate ~ ,
common ~
290

community ~ 1)
; 2)
contiguous ~ , ,
corporate ~ ,

corporeal ~ ,
cultural ~
demesnial ~ ;
,
( )
disputed ~ ; ,
distrained ~
dotal ~
entailed ~ () , ; , (
)
fixed ~
fronting and abutting ~ ,

funded ~ ,

general ~ ( )
heirless ~
illicit ~

immoral ~
immovable ~
impartiable ~
incorporeal ~ ,
industrial ~
insured ~

to undertake prosecution
intangible ~ ( , )
intellectual ~
intestate ~ ;
,
joint ~
land (landed) ~ ;
leasehold ~

licit ~
literary ~
mislaid ~
matrimonial ~

movable ~
ownerless ~
paraphernal ~ 1) ; 2)
pledged ~ (
)
private ~
qualified ~ ; ( )
real ~
separate ~
special ~

tangible ~ ;
,
trust-~ ; ,
propponent 1) , ; 2) , ;
3) ,
~ of deposition , ,

~ of issue , ,

proprietor
copyright ~

landed ~
registered ~

subsequent ~ ,
proprietorship 1) , , ; 2) ,

prosecution 1) ,
; 2) ()
~ of patent application (.) 1) ;
2)

barred ~ ,

case ~
founded ~

legal ~
patent ~ (.) ,
to encourage ~ ; ,
to frustrate ~ ,
to search ~

to undertake ~

291

trademark prosecution
trademark ~ ,
unfounded ~
warranted ~

prosecutor
protection 1) , ; 2) ()
judicial ~
legal ~
patent ~ (.)
()
procedural ~ ( );
property ~
sample ~
witness ~
provability 1) ; 2)
provableness
proving ,

provision 1) , ,
( . .); 2) , ,
by ~ of the husband
contractual ~
curative ~ (.,
)
procedural ~
substantive ~s ,
( )
proximity ,
proxy 1) , , ; 2) ,
publicity ,
292

pretrial ~
puffer ,

pupil ;
pupil(l)arity ( 14 , 12 )
purchase 1) ,
; 2) ,
cash ~
compulsory ~
credit ~
forward ~
hire-~ 1) - ; 2) ,

original ~
undercover ~
purchaser 1) (
); 2)
( , )
bona fide ~ 1) ; 2)
first ~
tax ~

purpart

purpresture (.)
purser 1) ; 2)
pursuer (.)
pursuit (.)

quieting the title

Q
quaerens (.)
quaestus (.) , , ,
qualification 1) ; ; 2) ,
~ of arfuments
~ of smbs privileges
-
age ~
property ~
testimonial ~

to possess ~s
quarantine (.)
,
,
quarter
quasi-contract ,
;
quasi-delict
question 1) , ; 2) ,
~ at issue

~ for the jury ,



~ for the jury upon the evidence ,

~ of confidence
~ of fact
~ of law
~ to the defence

cross ~
fishing ~
incriminating ~
(, , )
irrelevant ~ ,

judicial ~ ,
jury ~ ,

justiciable ~ ,

lawful ~
leading ~
legal ~ ,
preliminary ~ ,

previous ~
procedural ~ ,
relevant ~ ,

substantive ~ ,
;
suggestive ~
threshold ~ ,

questioner 1) , ; , ; 2) ; 3)
questioning
judicial ~
questionnaire , ,
questman
quieting
~ the title
( ; , 293

quitclaim

)
quitclaim
quittance 1) ( ); ; 2) ; 3)
quod
~ partes replacitent (.)

~ recuperet (.)

~ respondeat ouster (.)

quorum (.) 1) , c; 2)
quotation
~ of case

R
reissue (.) , ;
;
rejection ,
best mode ~ (.)


obvious ~ (.)
rejoinder 1)
,
, ; 2)
294

~ of application (.)


rejournment

relation 1) , ; 2) ; 3) , ;
4) , ,
bigamous ~(s)
blood ~ 1) () ;
2) ()
colleteral ~ 1) ; 2) ,

conjugal ~s ,

contractual ~s
employer-employee ~
employment ~s
extra-marital ~s
half-blood ~ ( ) (, )
illegitimate ~ ,
industrial ~s
in law ~ 1) o; 2)
labour ~s ()
legal ~ 1) ; 2) , ; o
legitimate ~ ,
lineal ~
marital (matrimonial) ~s ,

natural ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3)
to sever ~s
to suspend ~s

equitable relief
trade ~s
whole-blood ~
(, ) ,
relationship 1) , , ; 2)
~ through wedlock
,
agency ~
immediate ~
relative
in-law ~ ,
relator , ; ,
release 1) ( ), ( ); 2) ; ;
; 3)
~ by obligee ,
~ for lack of evidence
( )
~ of dower
~ of mortgage


~ to uses
bank ~ ,
freight ~
general ~ ,
releasee 1) ,
; 2) ,
releaser ,

relegation
relevance/relevancy
, . .
reliability ,
~ of evidence ,
~ of testimony ,
relict ,
relief 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) , ; 5) ( , )
~ at law
~ from disabilities

~ on motion

~ pending review ,

affirmative ~
alternate (alternative) ~
civil ~ 1) - ; 2)

collateral ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4) ( , )
compensatory ~
declaratory ~ ,


equitable ~
295

injunctive relief
injunctive ~ ,

judicial ~ ,

matrimonial ~
preventive ~

private injunctive ~

public injunctive ~

specific ~
unemployment ~
work ~
relinquishment ( )
reliqua
relitigation ,
relocation (.)

remaider 1) (
); ,
; 2)

alternative ~s
charitable ~ ,

contingent ~
contingent ~ in fee
remainderman (
); ; ,

296

remand 1) ; 2)
~ for trial
~ of case
remanent
remarks
~ by counsel ,
remarriage
remedy ,

~ at law 1) , ; 2)
~ over
adequate ~
civil ~ -
common law ~

concurrent ~ies
,
consumers ~

cumulative ~ 1) , , ; 2)

equitable ~
extrajudicial ~

federal ~ (.)

judicial ~
legal ~ 1) , ; 2)
motion-to-reduce ~

renunciation
()
ordinary ~ ( )
personal ~
( )
provisional ~ ( )
statutory ~ -
usual ~
( )
reminder 1) ,
; 2) ;
( , ); 3) (
); 4) , , ; 5) ,
~ of claim
~ of forfeiture 1)
;
; 2) ;
remitter 1)
; 2) ; 3)
remittitur (of record)

remoteness
( , )
~ of evidence
removal 1) , (
); 2) ,
~ for cause
~ from office
~ of causes

remover
rendition ( , )
renegotiation
renewal ,
~ of lease
renouncement ( )
rent ; ;

~ in kind
ancient ~ ,

annual ~
base ~
grain ~ ,
ground ~ ,
(. )
improved ground ~

life ~ (.)

rack ~
residential ~
rentage ;

rental(s) 1) ; 2) ; 3) ,
rent-charge
rentet 1) , ;
2) (.) ,
renting (.) , (., )
rent-roll

renunciation ( -)
297

renunciation of partnership
~ of partnership
~ of suit
reopening ( )
reparation , ;
;
repayment , (); (); ( )
~ of interest
~ of principal ( )
repleader 1) ; 2) ;
replevin ,

~ in detinet , ,
replevisor
,
replevy

repliant (replicant) , ,

replication ,

reply

report 1) , , ;
2) , ;
3) (pl.)
~ of witness
audit ~
authorized ~s ,
case ~(s) 1) ; 2)
298

consumer ~
court ~(s) 1) ; 2)
enquity ~(s)

expert ~
federal (law) ~s (.)
forensic ~
interim ~
investigative ~

side ~s
; ,

state (law) ~s
reporter 1) ; 2)

~ report
; ,

court ~ 1) ; , ; 2) ;
3) ; 4)
repossession
representation 1) , , ;
; 2) ; 3)
~ of defendant

~ of design (.)
~ of evidence ()

evidentiary requirement
~ of proof ()
~ of witness ( )
affirmative ~
contradictory ~s

joint ~
,
legal ~ 1) ; 2)

negative ~
,
private ~

public ~
separate ~ ,
,
trade ~
representative 1) ,
; 2)
foreign ~ ,
legal ~ 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
4)
personal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3) ; 4) ; 5)
sales ~ ,
trade ~
representee ,
representor ,

republication
repundiation 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 4) ,
request , , ,
~ for admission ,

~ for counsel
~ for instructions
,

~ in writing ;

duplicative ~ ; ; ;
legitimate ~ ,
multiple ~ ; ;
;
pretrial ~ ,

timely ~

walk-in ~
requester ,
, , ,
requirement 1) ; 2)
~ of sufficiency (.)

evidentiary ~ ;
299

procedural requirement
procedural ~
use ~ ( , )
working ~
( )
requirements , ,
requisition

res (.) , ,
~ accessoria (.)
,
~ caduca (.)
~ controversa (.)
~ corporales (.)

~ derelicta (.)
~ gestal (.) , ,
~ immobiles (.)
~ incorporales (.)
~ integra (.) , ,
~ judicata (.) ,

~ moliles (.)
~ nova (.) ,
~ nullius (.) ,
~ nullius communis usus (.)
~ privatal (.)
~ publical (.)
300

~ questal (.) , ,
~ universitatis (.)

rescission , ,
rescript 1) ; 2) , ; 3) (.)
,
residence
actual ~
commercial ~ ()
part-time ~
restricted ~

separate ~
resident ;
residual ,
residue ,

resolution ,
()
~ of case
alternate ~

legal ~
resort 1) ( -
, . .); 2) ( )
in the last ~ 1) ,
; 2)
respite ,
~ of jury
respondent 1) (. ); ; 2)

to put under restraint


respondentia ,
, /
response
consultary ~
responsibility 1) ;
2) ;
3) ; 4)
~ of evidence
civil ~ -
delictual ~
direct ~ 1) ;
2) (
)
equal ~ (
, )
extrajudicial ~
full ~ 1) ;
2)
joint ~
judicial ~ 1) ;
2) ,
overall ~
( )
partial ~
pretrial ~ ,
primary ~
professional ~
to accept (assume, take) ~
vicarious ~
restatement 1) , ; 2) ; 3)
,
~ of law

~ of the Law (
)
restaur ,
restitution ,
~ of conjugal rights

~ of dowry
legal ~
restoration ( , ,
),
restraint 1) ; 2) ;
~ of marriage ;
,

~ of prices
~ of trade , ,
~ on alienation ,

extrajudicial ~ 1) ; 2) ;
judicial ~ 1) ;
2) ; ,
legal ~ , ;
out-of-court ~ 1) ; 2) ;
patent ~ (.)
to impose ~
to put under ~ 1) ; 2) ,
301

restriction
restriction
jurisdictional ~
legal ~
liability ~
responsibility ~
statutory ~
to impose ~s
to lift ~s
travel ~s
resummons
resumption
~ of case
~ of payment
retainer 1) ; ; 2) ; 3)
general ~
( )
special ~ () ,

retaking

retention 1) ; 2) ; ( ,
)
~ of defence ()

retirement 1) , , ; 2) ( . .); 3) ,
;
~ of bonds
~ of securities

302

jury ~
retraxit (.)
retrial ,
retrocession 1) ; 2) ,

return 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) ;
; 4) ; 5) , ; 6)
( ,

)
~ of process

~ on equity
~ on investment
~ to writ

reunification
family ~
revenue ,
accrued ~
annual ~
reversal ( ,
)
~ of case on appeal

~ of judgement
~ of law
~ of statute
reversible ( )

right of primogeniture
reversing ,
reversion 1) , ; ,
;
2) (.) ,

~ in donor
~ to donor
reversioner ,
;

reverter , ,
,
review 1) ; 2)
~ of judgement

appellate ~

ex post facto legislative ~ 1)

; 2)

judicial ~ 1) , ; 2)

law ~
revival ,
revivor
revocation , ;
(, )
~ of citizenship
~ of licence
~ of offer
~ of probate

~ of right
~ of will
right ( );
~ at law , ( )
~ in action ; ; ,

~ in gross ,
; (
, ,
)
~ in personam , ;
~ in rem ;

~ of access to courts ,
~ of action
~ of appeal
~ of audience
~ of contribution
~ of defence
~ of dower (
)
~ of enjoyment
()
~ of entry

~ of escheat

~ of establishment

~ of navigation
~ of ownership
~ of patent (.)
~ of petition
~ of possession
~ of primogeniture
303

right of prior use


~ of prior use (.)
~ of privacy ,

~ of recourse
~ of redemption
~ of regress
~ of relief 1) ; 2)
~ of retention
~ of suit
~ of survivorship ,


~ of visit ()
~ to attend (
)
~ to begin
,
~ to counsel
~ to fly a maitime flag

~ to jury trial

~ to maintenance in old age

~ to recover
~ to retain counsel
~ to social insurance
~ to the patent
~ without remedy
adjudicated ~
,
administrators ~ of retainer ;
, 304

authors ~ ,
beneficial ~
best ~ ,

civil ~s
conjugal ~s
contractual ~
full ~ ;
homestead ~

impaired ~
imprescriptible ~ , ;
incidental ~
incorporeal ~ ; ,
incorporeal ~s ( )
intangible property ~
inter-spousal ~s
,
intervening ~ ,
junior ~

justiciable ~ ,

litigious ~
manorial ~
march-in ~ (.) ,

marital ~s
non-property ~

royalty
pre-grant ~ to a reasonable royalty
(.)

prescribed ~ ,

procedural ~s ,
proprietary ~ ,

publishing ~s
real ~
reversionary ~
,
riparian ~ ;
serial ~
shop ~
statute-barred ~ ,

stipulated ~ ,

subpublication ~s
( , . , . .)
substantive ~s
( )
to confer the ~
to drop a ~
to forfeit ~ ,

to reserve the ~ ,

undivided ~ ,

rip-off
rising

~ of court 1) ; 2)

risk 1) ; 2)
~s and perits of the sea
buyers ~
consignees ~
consumers ~
insurable ~
insurance ~
marine (maritime) ~
mixed sea and land ~s -
owners ~
property ~
sellers ~
shippers ~
third party ~ 1) ;
2)

uninsurable ~
rite ,
oath ~
roll 1) ;
; 2) ,
assessment ~ ,

court ~s
judgement ~

plea ~s ( )
to strike off the ~ ;
roup (.) ,
royalty 1) , , ,
; 2) ( ); 3) 305

advance royalty
; 2)
advance ~ ,
authors ~
copyright ~ies (
)
deferred ~ ,

post-patent ~ (.) ,
pre-patent ~ (.) ,
rule 1) ; 2) ;
3) , ,
~ absolute ,
~ against hearsay
~ enforceable in a court of law ,
~ nisi - ; ,
(
, )
~ of course ,

~ of court 1) , , ; 2) , ; 3) (pl.)
~ of decision 1) , ()
; 2) ,
() ;
~ of doubt (
)
306

~ of evidence
~ of lenity (

)
~ of parol evidence , ,
~ of presumption (
, )
~ of unanimity ()

~s of navigation
~s of practice ,
~s of procedure ,
~s of succession
~s of the road
~ to plead (
)
~ to show cause - (
, )
ab-inition ~ (.) ,

admiralty ~s
appelate ~s

runner
bankruptcy ~s

best evidence ~ (, )
beyond question ~ (.)
(
,
)
challenge ~ (., .) ,

,
circuit ~s (.)
common ~ ,
consolidation ~

conventional ~
court ~s 1) ; 2)
evidentiary ~s
exclusionary ~
first-to-file ~ (.)
,
hearsay ~

one-year ~ (., .)
(,
,
)
possession ~ (.) (,
-

, , )
renunciation ~ (.) ,



shop book ~ (.) ,

side-bar ~ ,
slip ~ ,
special ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,

to lay down ~s
rule-breaker
ruling 1) , , (); 2) ,

adverse ~ , ,

conclusive ~

court ~ 1) , , ; 2) (pl.)
definite (final) ~
judges ~
legal counsel ~ ()
runner (.) ,
307

safe-pledge

S
safe-pledge
sale ; ;
~ and leaseback
~ by contract
~ of unassembled invention


absolute and conditional ~
,

bargain and ~ -
cash ~
comparable ~s -


credit ~
distress ~
execution ~
foreclausure ~

judicial ~
private ~ ( )
succession ~
salvo
with an express ~ as regar certain named
rights
308

sanction 1) , ; 2) , ,
~ of oath
civil ~ -
sanctity
~ of contracts
sasine (.) 1) ; 2) ,

satisfaction 1) ; 2) ;
3) ,
~ of debt
~ of judg(e)ment
~ of lien
-
~ of mortgage
in ~ of ,
pecuniary ~
to enter ~ ,
to expect some ~ for ones loss
to make ~
to the ~ of the jury

saving , ;
scandal ,

sciendum (.)

seisin (seizin) in law


scintilla ,
~ of evidence

~ of invention (.)

~ of truth
scire facias (.)

,
(. )
scission 1)
; 2) (
,
)
scope (
. .); ; ;

~ of patent (.) ,
scrip ,

script ()
seat 1) ;
2) , ,

~on the bench


judgement ~ 1) ;
2) ,
security 1) ; ,
; 2) , ; 3) ; 4) ; ; 5) ,
, ; 6)
~ for a claim
~ for a loan ; ()
~ for costs

~ to bearer
ample ~
( . .)
certificated ~ ,
collateral ~
equity ~
heritable ~s (.)
interest bearing ~

judicial ~
land(ed) ~
negotiable ~s
on the ~ of ,
personal ~
,
private ~
to act as ~
to enforce a ~

to give ~ 1) ,
, ;
2)
to stand ~ for smb. -
seisin (seizin) ;
~ in deed
~ in law 1)
; 2)

(

); 3) 309

actual seisin (seizin)


( ); 4)
actual ~
constructive ~
equitable ~
quasy ~
seizure 1) , ; (); 2)
(); ()
~ of evidence
~ of property
~ under legal process
actual ~
maritime ~
the ~ of land (of goods)
()
selection ,
judicial ~ ,

self-designation (.)
,

separation 1) , ;
2) ,
(
)
~ by agreement

~ from bed ()
,
~ of goods
~ of witness
,

310

judicial ~ ,

legal ~
voluntary ~

to get a ~ for ones wife (from ones
husband) (
)
sequester 1) ,
, ; 2)

sequestration 1) , ; 2)
sequestrator ; ,
;
sequeta curia (.)
sergeant 1) ,
; 2)

~ at law
~ of the coif
common ~
service 1) ; 2) ( ); 3) ; 4) , ; 5) ,

~ by publication

~ on a jury
~ on a person ( )
~ of appeal

~ of notice

interim settlement
~ of pleading(s) ;

~ of process
~ of summons ,
~ of warrant
,
~ of writ
actual ~ ( )
judicial ~ 1) ; 2)
jury ~
personal ~ 1) ; 2)
referral ~
ships agency ~
subpoena ~
substituted ~ ( )
session 1) , ; 2) ; 3) (pl.)

~ of the peace

after-recess court ~

closed ~
county ~s

enlarged ~
executive ~
extraordinary ~

full ~ 1)
; 2)
general ~s ()
open ~

petty ~s (
,
)
plenary ~ ,
private ~
public ~
quarter ~s
regular ~
special ~ ,
set
set-off ,

admitted ~ ,
settlement 1) ( -); ,
;
2) ; 3) ; 4) ,
~ of accounts
~ of a claim ()
~ of an annuity ()
amicable ~ ,
ante-nuptial ~
damage(s) ~
equity ~
family ~ (, ,
)
final ~
;
interim ~
311

judicial settlement
judicial ~
marriage ~ 1) ;
2)

out-of-court ~
pacfic ~ ,
()
peaceful ~
post-nuptial ~
strict ~ ,

structured ~ ,

to arrange (to make) a ~ with smb.



to come (to reach) a ~ of ones differences

to draw up a marriage ~

to make a ~ on smb.
-
voluntary ~
settler (settlor) 1) ,
-; 2) ,
- , . .
~ of trust

severalty 1) , ; 2)

severance 1) ; 2) , ; 3)
(, )
~ of cases

312

~ of defendants
~ of jointure
share 1) ; , ; 2)
statutory ~ ()
sharer ;
sharing , ,
~ in the benefits
revenue ~
shedule , (, . .;
. );
( )
ship ,
cartel ~
chartered ~
conventional ~
free ~ ,
general ~ ,
,

to embargo a ~

shipowner ;
shipping 1) ;
; 2) ,

coast(al) ~
shortage ,
~ of evidence
stock ~
side 1) , ;
2) ; 3)

~ in a cause

solicitor
instance ~ ,
civil ~ of assize
plea ~ ,
()
reverse ~
sight ()
after ~ -
( )
bankers ~ ,

signatory 1) ; 2)

signature 1) ; 2)
~ by procuration
autograph ~
fictitious ~
joint ~
manual ~
signification
similiter , ,

sist (.) 1)
; 2)
sitting
~ at nisi prius ;
~ en (in) banc (bank)
, ,
~ in camera ,

judicial ~
open ~
opening ~ ;
Trinity ~s
situs 1) , ; 2)
(, )
~ of contract ,
~ of debt
slip (.) , ,
socage

socager ,


socman ,


socmanry

soke 1) ();
2) ; 3)


solarium (.)
solemnization
~ of marriage
solicitation 1) ;
2) (.) , ; 3) ,
proxy ~ (.) ()
solicitor 1) , ,
; ; 2) (.)
313

city solicitor
city ~ ( )
official ~ ,

patent ~ -
solicitorship

solidarity
solit ad diem (.) ,

solution 1) ; ();
2) (.) ();
3) , ( . .)
~ of case ,
solvency
solvent
soup (.)
source
~ of authority

~ of income
~ of law
~s of evidence ,

speciality ,
specification (.)
design ~ (.)
patent ~ (.)
provisional ~ (.) ( )
spoliation 1) ( ); 2)
sponsor
spouse ()
claiming (complaining) ~ -
314

defending ~ -
divorced ~
estranged ~ ,

innocent ~ ( )
seeking ~ -
separated ~

surviving ~
stake ,
stakeholder
; ;
stand (.)
witness ~
standard , ,
~ of invention (.) ; ,

~ of patentability (.)
~ of procedure ; ;
~ of proof
~ of proof beyond a reasonable doubt

( )
~s of evidence ; ,
~s of jurisprudence 1) ; 2) ,
~s of justice
civil ~s ;

evidential (evidentiary) ~

damning statement
examination ~s (.) ,
;
judicially determined ~ ,
legally set ~ ,

standing ,
~ in contempt
~ in court 1)
; 2)
~ to sue ,

antitrust ~ (.)

sufficient ~ ,

stare decisis
state 1) , ; 2)
~ of facts

marriage (matrimonial) ~
, ,
single ~ ,
trust ~ -
statement 1) ; ; 2) ; ; ; ; 3)
; 4) ;
~ in pleading 1) ; 2) , ;
3)
~ of action
~ of affairs ,
-

;

~ of claim
~ of confession
~ of defence
, ;
~ of fact ; ;
~ of facts

~ of law
~ of motivation
~ of novelty (.) ( )
~ of opposition (.)
,
~ of owners equity
~ of particulars

~ of the cause of action
~ on oath
~ upon record

admissible ~
admittedly true ~ ,
admittedly untrue ~ ,
affidavit ~
agreed ~ of facts
agreed ~ on appeal

consistent ~ ,
contradicting (contradictory) ~ ,
damning ~
315

direct statement
direct ~
extrajudicial (extralegal) ~ ,

false ~
follow-up ~
former ~
hearsay ~
immaterial ~
impugnable ~ ,
impugned ~ ,
inconsistent ~ ,
incontradictory ~ ,
initial ~
joint ~
legal ~ 1) ; 2)
libelious ~
negative ~
opening ~
oral ~
original ~
out-of-court ~ ,

parol ~
partial ~ ()
positive ~
pre-testamentary ~
previous (prior) ~
prompting ~
proving ~ ,
provocating (provocative) ~ ()
316

recorded ~
reported ~
self-contradicting (self-contradictory) ~

signed ~
slanderous ~ ( )
specific ~
; ,
sworn ~
to take a ~
valuable ~ ,
valueless ~ ,

verbal ~
without-prejudice ~

written ~
status ,
~ quo (.)
divisional ~ (.)
juniority ~ ( ,
. .)
majority ~
marriage ~
minority ~
property ~
tax-exemp ~ ,
the ~ of a father
statute ,
~ of limitations
,
~s at large
antitrust ~ (.)

civil ~

strife
dead mans ~s (.)
( , ,
,

)
real ~ ()
stay , ,
~ of action
~ of execution
~ of procedings 1)
( ); 2) (.)

stem
stepchild
stepfather ,
stepmother ,
stet processus (.)
stipulation 1) ; , ; 2) ,
; 3) ,
; 4)

contractual ~
pretrial ~ 1) ,
;
2) ,
;
3)
,
stipulator (); , -,
(., )
stock 1) , ,
; 2) , ,

; 3) , ; 4) , ,
common ~
stockholder 1) ; 2) ;
3) ,

stoppage 1) , ;
2) (, . .); 3) -
story
consistent ~ ,
contradicting ~ ,
contradictory ~ 1) , ; 2)
defence ~ ,
false ~
inconsistent ~ ,
incontradictory ~ 1) , ; 2) ,

stowage
stranger
,
~s of the blood ,

~ to the litigation
~ to the proceedings

strength
~ of evidence
~ of judgement
~ of law
stress (.)
strife , ,
317

structure
structure ;
legal ~ ;
study ,
case ~ 1) ; 2)
civil case ~

style 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
~ of case (of cause) ()
suability 1)
; 2)
; 3)

sub-advocate , -
subcontract
subcontractor , ,
subject 1) (,
. .); 2) , ,
~ controversy (of despute)

~ in contest
~ in issue
~ of an action
~ of bailment
~ of invention (.) ;
~ of law
~ of litigation
~ of suit
legal ~
subject-matter (,
. .)
~ in controversy
~ of action
318

~ of case
inventive ~ (.)
non-obvious ~ (.)
; ,

non-statutory ~ , ;
redundant ~ (.)
sublease ,
subleasee
subleasor , ;
subletting
submission 1) ;
; 2) , (); 3) , , , , ;
4) ; 5) (.)
~ to arbitration
~ to jury
submittal ,

submortgage
submortgagee
submortgagor
subpoena ,

~ ad testificandum
,

~ duces tecum
( )

improvement suggestion
~ for attendance of witness

~ in blank
( )
subrantal ,
subraption -
, ; (.)
subscription (); ( )
~ to a document
~ to a loan
substance 1) , ;
2)
substitute 1) (.)
; 2) ; 3) ,

substitution 1) ; 2) (.)

substraction
;

subtenancy ,
subtenant ,
succession 1) , ; 2) , ,
~ in title
~ on intestacy ,
artificial ~ ;
,

hereditary ~ 1)
; 2)
intestate ~

irregular ~
legal ~ 1) ; 2)
natural ~

perpetual ~
singular ~
testamentary ~
testate ~
to get a title by ~

universal ~
vacant ~ 1) ;
2)
successor , ,
~ in interest

legal ~
proximate ~ ;
sufficiency ,
~ in fact
~ in law ,

~ of disclosure (.)

suggestion 1) ; 2) , ;
3) , ,
; 4)
~ of error
false ~
improvement ~

319

suit
suit 1) , ,
, ;
; 2) (.)
~ at common law ,
~ at law ;
~ for alimony
~ for support ;
~ in equity ,

~ in law ,

~ in personam
~ in rem
admicable ~ ( )
administration ~ 1) ; 2) (.)
ancillary ~ ,

civil ~
divorce ~
equitable ~ ,
;

friendly ~ , ,
interest ~
law (legal) ~
matrimonial ~ ;
nullity ~ (, ..)
original ~
paternity ~

pending ~
320

personal liability ~
property ~
recovery ~
settled ~ ,

to bring a ~
to commence a ~ 1) ;
2)
to lose a ~
to mount a ~
to press a ~

to put (an instrument) in ~
-
tort ~
to win a ~
unsettled ~ ,

suitor 1) ; 2) ,

suitress
sum , ,
~ in dispute , ,
~ insured
~ payable
summary , ,
,
summing-up 1)
; 2) ;
3)
summons 1) , , ;
;
2)
~ for directions

~ served ; ;

surrenderor
~ unserved
;
;

~ upon complaint
alias ~ (.)

debtors ~ (
)
interlocutory ~
jury ~
originating ~ (
)
short ~
to serve smb. with ~
supercargo (
,
)
superficiary 1) , ;
2) ,

superinvention (.) , (
; )
supersedeas

supersedere (.)

suppliant ,
(. . )
supplication ,

support 1) ; 2)
child ~ ( )
marital ~ ()

suppression 1) , , ; 2)
~ of civic rights
~ of patent (.) ,
surety ;
~ of good behaviour (.)
~ of the peace

bail ~
joint ~ ;
suretyship
surplage 1) , ; 2)
surrebutter (. . ),
surrejoinder , ,

surrender 1) , ( ); 2) ,
~ of right
surrenderee ,
surrenderor ,

321

surrogate
surrogate (.)
surveyor 1) ; 2)
survival
~ of (the cause of) action
()
survivance
survivor ,

survivorship

suspence ,

suspension 1) , , ; 2) , . .
~ of execution

~ of judgement

temporary ~ 1) , , ; 2) , . .
swearing in
switching

sylabus ,

system
case ~ 1) ; 2)
examination ~ (.)

first-to-life ~ (.) ( ,
322

)
judicial ~ ,
,
judiciary ~
legal ~ 1) ; 2)
less-than-unanimous jury ~
,
non-unanimous jury ~ ,

registration ~ (.,
)
unanimous jury ~ ,
unity ~

T
tabulae nuptiales (.)
taciturnity (.)

tack (.)
tacking 1) ( );
2)
( )
tacksman (.)
tail , ( )

tenancy in partnership
~ female (general) ,
~ general ,
(
)
~ male (general) ,
~ special
(
)
several ~ ,
tailzie (.) , ( )
taker 1) , ,
; 2)
taking , ,
~ of interest
constructive ~
presumed (presumptive) ~
tale 1) (.)
; 2) ,
tales 1) ( ); 2)
tales-book
talesman
tax
accumulated earnings ~
collateral inheritance ~
court ~es
death ~
donors ~

estate ~
gift ~
inheritance ~
legacy ~
patent ~ (.)
personal ~
property ~ 1) ; 2)
real-estate ~
succession ~

use ~
taxation
tax-deed

tax-title ,
tenancy 1) (. ); ; 2) , ; 3) , ; 4)
~ at sufferance
~ by the entirety
~ for a period
~ from period to period
~ in chivalry (.) ,

~ in common

~ in partnership
323

common tenancy
common ~
entire ~
estate in joint ~

freehold ~
general ~
joint ~ ,
several ~ ,

tenant 1) (. ); 2) , , ;
~ at sufferance
~ at will
~ by copy (of court roll)
~ by the curtesy ( )
~ for life
~ for years
~ from year to year

~ in capite (.)
~ in chief (.)

~ in chivalry (.) ,

~ in common ; ; (.)
~ in fee (-simple)

~ in tail
(.. ,
)
~ of demesne
324

~ of property 1) ;
2) , ,
~ of the term ;
~ paravail
~ pur autre vie

~s by entireties
~ severalty
~ to the praecipe ,

agricultural ~ 1) ;
2)
base ~ 1) ,
; 2)

bond ~ ,
; ,

copyhold ~
council ~ ,

customary ~
incoming ~ ,

joint ~ ,
land ~ 1) ; 2)
life ~ 1) ;
2)
prime ~
sole ~
tender 1)
( ); 2) ; ; 3)
~ of issue

adjourned term(s)
legal ~ 1) ; 2)
tenderer , ,

tenement 1) ; ,
; 2) ;
3) , ,

dominant ~ , ;
servient ~ ,

tenendum ( )

tenure 1) ,
;
;
2) ; 3) (
)
~ by lease
~ of appointment
allodial ~ ,

de-facto ~ ,
de-jure ~
,
francalmoign ~ (., .)
free ~ ; , ;
judicial ~

land ~ ;
leasehold ~
life ~

socage ~

term(s) 1) ; 2)
; 3) (), ; 4) ;
5) ; ; ; ; 6)
~ of appeal
~ of appointment
,
~ of bill
~ of contract
~ of lease
~ of payment 1) ; 2) (pl.)

~ of the court

~ of the grand jury

~ of the jury
~ of validity
~ of years ,

~ of years absolute
~s and conditions
()
~s of delivery
~s of partnership
~s of reference ,

~s of submission ,

~s of the claims (.)


,

adjourned ~
325

berth terms
berth ~s ( )
conference ~s ;
, (. .
)
court ~
Easter ~
general ~ ,

general ~s of delivery

Hilary ~ ,
initial ~ ( , . .)
issuable ~

landed ~s
, - (
)
law ~
liner ~s

Michaelmas ~ ,

Paschal ~
patent ~ (.)
probatory ~ ,

to come to ~s ,

to settle the ~
Trinity ~
termer (termor) 1) ;
; 2) ,
termination , ,
326

~ by notice ( . .),
~ of tenancy 1) ; 2) , ; 3) ,

~ of the case ( )
~ of the licence
terminer ()
terre-tenant
test ,
~ of (in)sufficiency (.)

testability 1) ; 2) -
; 3)
testacy
testament ,

(h)olographic ~

inofficious ~
sea ~
testamentation
testate
testation ;
testator 1) , ; 2)
testatrix
testatum
teste 1) ; 2) (

forensic testimony
,
. .)
testes (.)
testificator
testimonium
testimony 1) ;
; 2) ,
~ aliunde

~ at law

~ (taken) by deposition
()
~ for the defence

~ in the box

~ in the court
additional ~
admissible ~
adverse ~ ,

barred ~ ,

compelled ~
competent ~
compulsory ~ ,
()
conflicted ~ ,

conflicting ~ ,

consistent ~ ,

corroborated ~ ,
corroborating ~ ,
courtroom ~
credible ~ ,

critical ~ ,

cross-examination ~

damaged ~
damaging ~
dependable ~
deposition ~
direct ~
divergent ~ies ,
experiment(al) ~ 1) ; ; 2)
expert ~
()
extrajudicial ~
false ~
favourable ~ ,

firsthand ~

forensic ~
327

future testimony
future ~

grand jury ~
hearsay ~

hostile ~

human ~ (
)
incriminating ~
independent ~
individual ~
irrelevant ~ ,
judicial ~

jury ~
negative ~

opinion ~ ;
oral ~
original ~
out-of-court ~
perjured (perjurious) ~
preliminary ~
present ~
()
pretrial ~

previous (prior) ~
receivable ~
328

recorded ~

relevant ~ ,

second-hand ~
self-serving ~

to call ~ into question



to develop (to furnish, to give) ~
to give (bear) ~ to smth. -
to minimize ~
to take ~ ,
trial ~
,
trustworthy ~ ,
uncorroborated ~ ,

unrecorded ~
untrustworthy ~ ,
vague ~
written ~

testofier
test-paper ,
theory 1) ; 2)
, ; 3)
alter ego ~ (
, -

title by conquest
,
)
bursting bubble ~ (
)
deep pocket ~ (.) (
,
, , , )
mail-box (nailing) ~ ( )
thing 1) , ; 2) , ,
,
~ corporal
~ in action ; ; ,

~ in corporeal ;
,
~ in possession , ; ; ;
~ of general description ,
~ personal ( , )
~s real (
)
fungible ~ , ;
generic ~ ,
intangible ~
real ~
specific (specified) ~
tangible ~
unascertained ~

thirds (
)
ticket (., .)

parking ~
tie , ,
tie-in , ; ;
(.) ,
,
tie-out (.)
(,
, )
tierce
widows ~ (.)
( )
time 1) ; 2)
contract(ual) ~ 1) ; 2)

court ~ ,
term ~
time-charter -,

time-sheet ,
title 1) ,
; 2) ; 3)

~ by accession ,

~ by accretion ,
,
~ by conquest
329

title by desent
~ by desent

~ by prescription ,
~ of cause ()

~ of record ,
adverse ~

after-acquired ~
clear ~ ,
clear ~ of record
coloured ~
courtesy ~ ,
defective ~

doubtful ~ ,
elder ~
equitable ~ ,
first-class ~

good ~ , ,
good record ~ ,
imperfect ~ ,
inchoate ~
legal ~ ;
,
lucrative ~

markertable (merchantable) ~ ; ,

330

naked ~ ,
paper ~
( ,
)
paramount ~

perfect ~ , ,
previous ~
presumptive ~
putative ~ ,

record ~ ,
singular ~ ,
sound ~
tax ~ ,

to give smb. ~ -

to make good ~
to show good ~
to vest a ~ in smb.
unimpeachable ~
valid ~ , , ;
title-deed , ; ; ,
titular ,

tort ,

traverse
alleged ~
civil ~
matrimonial ~ ,

personal ~ ;

private ~
property ~
public ~ -
tortfeasor ;
contributing ~
joint ~s
trade 1) ; 2)
coastal (coasing) ~ ,
tradition
traffic 1) , ;
2)
maritime ~
transaction 1) ; 2)
; 3) ( )
~ of right ,

arbitrage ~
banking ~
betting ~ ,
business ~
colourable ~ ;
compensation ~

forward ~
to close a ~
to cure a ~

usurious ~
wagering ~ ,

transactor 1) , ; 2)
transcript 1) ; 2)
~ of record
transfer , , ; ; ();
;
~ in contemplation of death

~ of cause
~ of lease
absolute ~
generation-skipping ~ (.,
)
interjurisdictional ~

transferee , -
(, . .); ,
; ;
;
transference 1) , ,
; 2) (.)
transferrer(or) ,
- (, ); , ; ;
transgression (
)
transgressor
transmission 1) , () (, ); 2)
; 3) ,
( )
transumpt

traverse 1)
; , 331

traverse of office
; 2) (.)

~ of office
,

~ of presentment

~ to the answer ,

common ~
general ~
special ~ ,
specific ~

traverser ,

treaty
( )
~ of marriage
arbitration ~
private ~
trespass 1) ;
; 2)
;
~ de bonis asportatis
(. . )
~ for mesne profits
,
~ on the case (
)
~ quare clausum fregit
~ to chattels 332

~ to goods
~ to land
~ to the person
,
~ vi et armis
continuing ~
joint ~

permanent ~
trial ; ; ( )
~ at bar

~ at common law
~ at equity

~ at nisi prius

~ at statutory law
~ by a court
~ by battle (.)
~ by certificate 1)

( ); 2)

,

~ by certificate-certiorari

staged trial


~ by examination

~ by jury
~ by record


~ by the country
~ de novo ,

~ in absentia ,
;

~ on the merits

~ per pais ,

~ per testes
( )
~ of challenges
~ of facts
~ of law
~ of the issue

~ with assessors
-
abortive ~

adversary ~
after ~
antitrust ~ (.)
()
bench ~
civil ~

due process ~

early ~
examining ~
fair ~
fair and impartial ~

final ~ ,
former ~
frame(d)-up ~
joint ~
judicial ~ ,
jury ~
jury ~ by peers
later ~

legal ~
major ~

minor ~
mock ~
,
new ~ ()
open(-court) ~

original ~
preliminary ~
public ~
second ~
speedy ~
staged ~

333

subsequent trial
subsequent ~
swift ~
to bring to ~
to commit for ~
to conduct a ~
to embarass a ~
to face (to go to) ~
;
to hold a ~
to move for a new ~
to place on ~
to put (up)on ~ ,
to reach ~
to safely go to ~
to send for ~
to stand ~
to warrant ~

(up)on ~
tribunal , , , , ,
~ of arbitrators , ,
~ of fact ,
~ of last resort ,
~ of law ,
ad hoc ~
American Arbitration T~
334

appellate ~
arbitration ~ ,
Copyright Royalty ~ (
)
Employment Appeal ~
()
judicial ~ , ,
reference ~ ,
trial ~
trier 1) , ; 2) ; 3) (pl.) ,
,
~ of fact ,

~ of law ,
;
fact ~s
lay ~ of fact , ( )
triplication , (. . )
trover 1) (. ); (-);
2)
(
,
); (.)

trust 1) , ; 2) ;
active ~ ( )
annuity ~ , -

tutrix


cestui que ~
charitable ~ , -
constructive ~ ;

court ~ ,
discretionary ~ ,

dry ~ ( )
family ~
instrumental ~ ,
living ~ ,

naked ~
( )
private ~ ,

secret ~ , ,

shifting ~ ,

testamentary ~ ,

trustee 1) , , ; 2) ,

~ of the court
conventional (court-appointed) ~

testamentary ~
trusteeship ,
truster 1) (.) ; 2) (.) ; , ;
3)
trustor

trustworthy
~ as a witness 1) , ; 2) ,

truth (.)
tubman (.)
tuition ,
tutela (.)
~ legitima (.) ,
~ testamentaria (.)

tutelage , ; ,
tutor ,
~ nominate ,
tutoress ,
tutorship , ; ,
tutrix ,
335

ultimogeniture

U
ultimogeniture

umpirage 1) ;
; 2)
umpire ; ; ;
under-lease ,
under-lessee ,
understanding 1) (
); 2) ;
mutual ~
to reach on ~
undertaking ;
,
under-tenant ,
underwriter 1) (.
); 2) (, ); 3) ()
marine ~
underwriting 1) (.
); 2)
(, )
union 1)
; 2) ; 3)
bigamous ~
incestuous ~
poor-law ~
unit
bargaining ~

336

unity ();
~ of application (.)
~ of invention (.)
~ of joint property ()
~ of possession 1) ; 2) (
)
~ of title 1) ; 2)
unlaw 1) ; 2) (.)

unpatentability (.)
unreliability
~ of evidence ,
unseaworthy ,

unsoundness
usage 1) , ,
; 2)
~ of trade , ,

court ~
use 1) , , ;
2) ; ; 3) ,


accessory ~
accidental prior ~ (.)

adverse ~ ,

beneficial ~

annual value
circumstantial ~ of character

concurrent lawful ~ (.) (.,

)
double ~ (.) 1) ;
2) ( )
honest concurrent ~ (.) ;

public prior ~ (.)
usee , (
)
user 1) (); 2) ( ); , , (, );
3)
adverse ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,
concurrent ~
usher
gentleman ~
usucapion ,

usufruct (
)
imperfect ~ ,
usufructuary
usurpation ,

utterance ,

public ~
testimonial ~
uxor (.)

V
vacation 1) , (); 2) ; 3) ,
~ of judgement ,
judicial ~s ,

vacatur (.) ;
vadium (.) ;
,
vakiel, vakil (.) ; ( )
validity ; ; ;
~ of a conclusion
~ of an argument
~ of a treaty ,
formal ~
value 1) , ;
2) ; 3)
actual cash ~
;

agreed ~
annual ~

337

cash surrender value


cash surrender ~
, ,
clear ~

contract(ual) ~
evidential (evedentiary) ~ ,
insured ~
precedential ~

probative ~ ,

surrender ~ ,
,
variance 1) , ; ( . .);
2) , ,
vendee (. )
~ in possession ,
vendibility 1) (.) ,
( ); 2) ,
vendition
vendor (. )
venire (facias) (.)
venireman
,
venter ;
venue 1) ,
; 2) ,
; 3) (.) ,
~ of action
338

~ of proceedings

verdict ,
~ against evidence ,
~ contrary to law

~ of the jury
adverse ~ ,
;
,
advisory ~ (
)
antitrust ~ (.)
arbitral ~
definitive ~
directed ~ ,
excessive ~ ,

false ~ ,
final ~
formal ~
general ~ ;
; ,
(
)
instructed ~ ,

open ~ , (,
);
prior ~
privy ~ ,

persistent violations
public ~ ,
quotient ~ ,
(.. , ,

)
right ~
sealed ~
special ~ ( )
split ~
to arrive at ~ ,
to attain a ~
to disturb the ~
to find ~
to reach a ~
to receive a ~
to render a ~
to return a ~
to take a ~
true ~ ; , ( - )
unanimous ~ ,

untrue ~ , ;
wrong ~
wrongful ~
verification 1) ,
; 2) , (-);
3) ; (
); 4) ,
~ of powers

vidimus 1)
; 2) ; 3)
view
,
prejudicial ~
vigour ,
vindex (.)
vindication 1) , , ; 2) , ,
()
violation (, ,
)
~ of contract
~ of law ( );
~ of law and order
~ of privacy
~ of trust
antitrust ~ (.)
civil ~
civil antitrust ~ ,

covert ~ ()
due process ~
excise ~
flat ~
gross ~
law ~
overt ~
parking ~
persistent ~s
339

speeding violation
speeding ~

traffic ~ ()
violator
visit
~ and search ()
visitation (, )
vitiation 1) ; 2) ;
voidability ; (.)
voidance ,

volidating voucher (.)


volunteer 1) , ; ,
; 2) , -
; ,

~ for a duty ,
vouchee ,

common ~ (.)
voucher 1) , ;
2) ( ) ; 3) ; (); , ; 4) , ;
5)
~ for receipt
voyage ( )
340

W
wadia ,

wadset (.) ,
wadsetter (.) ,
waif
waiver 1) ( , , ); 2) ; 3) ( , )
~ of claims and defenses
~ of counsel ,
~ of defence
~ of exemption ( , )
~ of hearing
~ of immunity 1) ( , ); 2)
~ of jury trial

~ of premium clause
~ of privilege
~ of proof
~ of protest
~ of (ones) right
~ of the jurisdiction
~ of tort
~ of trial (
)

to issue a warrant
express ~

general ~
implied ~

legal ~
lien ~
limited ~ (
. .)
wapentake
ward 1) , ;
2) ,
;
~ of court ,
wardmote , ,

wardship 1) , ;
2)
;
warrandice (.) ;
warrant 1) , ; ,
; 2) , (),
; 3) ; ; 4)
~ in bankruptcy

~ of attorney
~ of distress ( ) ()
~ to appear ,
,
~ under seal
~ upon affidavit ,

~ upon evidence ,
;
,

~ upon proof ,

~ upon (oral) testimony , ()
alias ~
bench ~ , ,

cancelled ~
commissioner ~
( )
distress ~
(. )
dividend ~

expired ~

explicit ~ ,

format ~ ,
general ~ ; (
, )
informal ~ ,
irregular ~
landlords ~

necessary ~ ,

original ~
peace ~ ,

regular ~
share ~
ships ~
to back a ~ (
) ,
to issue a ~ ;

341

to serve a warrant
to serve a ~ ,
unnecessary ~ ,
valid ~ ,

void ~ ;
,
voidable ~
,
warrantee ,

Warranties

warrantor (warranter) ,
, ; ,

warranty 1) , , ; 2) (.) ,
( , );
3) (.) (
);
4) (.)
~ of authority
~ of genuineness
~ of title
affirmative ~
continuing ~

express ~ (
);

full ~
general ~
limited ~
personal ~
promissory ~
waste 1) , 342

; 2) ,
amelioration ~ ,


commissive ~
double ~
equitable ~
null ~
permissive ~
voluntary ~
waterway
navigable ~ of international concern
,
wedlock ,
lawful ~
weight
~ of evidence
welshing ,
wife ,
common law ~ ,
wifehood
will 1) ; 2)
~ in issue ,

~ of the decedent ;
against ~ ,
alternative ~
ambulatory ~ , ;
antenuptial ~
autograph ~ ,

attesting witness
bad ~ ,
conditional ~
conjoint ~
counter ~
disputable ~

disputed ~
double ~
holographic ~
lapsed ~ ,


last ~ ,
living ~
mutual ~ ()
mystic ~
nominative ~

notarial ~
nuncupative ~
official ~ ; ,
parol ~
provated ~
reciprocal ~
()
sailos ~ ; ,
solemn ~
to make a ~ ,
unofficious ~
unsolimn ~

vicious ~
withdrawal 1) , , ; 2) , ,
~ by notice ( )

~ from a treaty
~ of action
~ of demand (.) ;

~ of juror ,
~ of record
witness 1) , ; 2) ,
~ against a defendant

~ against a plaintiff
~ by the court ,

~ for the defendant


~ in attendance
~ in the box
~ on oath
~ on the stand
~ produced
~ to an overt act
~ to a signature ,
- ; (
, )
~ to will
admissible ~ 1) ,
; 2)
adverse ~
alibi ~
attesting ~ , ;
(
)
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auricular witness
auricular ~ 1) ,
; 2)
character ~ 1) , ; 2) , - , -

chief ~
coached ~
compellable ~ ,

compelled ~ 1) ,
; 2)
competent ~
( )
complaining ~
compulsory ~
consistent ~ 1) ,
,
; 2) ,
,
contemptuous ~ ,
contradicting (contradictory) ~ 1) , , ; , ; 2) , ;

contumacious ~ ,
courts ~ ,
credible ~ ,
defence ~
defendants ~ ,
direct ~ 1) 344

; 2)

documentary ~
ear ~ ,

expert ~ -
extra ~ ,
eye-~
false ~
friendly ~ ,
further ~

future ~
going ~ ,

hearsay ~ ,
hostile ~ ,
human ~ ( , . .)
identified ~ ,
identifying ~
impeachable ~ 1) ,
; 2) ,
impeached ~ 1) ; 2)
impeaching ~ ,


inadmissible ~ 1) ,

; 2)
incompetent ~ 1) ,
; 2)
inconsistent ~ 1) , -

zelous witness
, ; 2)
, ,
independent ~
indirect ~
interested ~ ,
irrelevant ~ 1) ,
, ; 2)
key ~
late-endorsed ~ ,


lawful ~ 1) ,
; 2)
lay ~ , ,
,
line-up ~
material ~ ; ,

non-compellable ~ ,
opening ~
ordinary ~
partial ~
perjured ~ 1) , , ; 2)
perjurious ~
plaintiffs ~ ,

previous ~
prospective ~
qualified ~
recalled ~ ,
relevant ~ 1) , , ; 2)

satisfactory (satisfying) ~ 1) ,
; 2)
scientific ~ -
skilled ~ , -
star ~ (.)
subscribing ~ ,
;
succeeding ~
surprise ~ ,
suspended ~ ,
swift ~
sworn ~
to break down a ~ 1) ;
2)
to check on a ~ ,
to coach a ~
turncoat ~ -
(
)
turned away ~ ,

ultroneous ~ (.)

uncompellable ,

unimpeachable ~
unreliable ~ ,
veracious ~
zelous ~ ,
; , ,

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witness-box
witness-box
witness-stand
word , ,
precatory ~s (. )
work
case-study ~

copyrighted ~ ,
working 1) , ; 2)
compulsory ~ of a patent (.) (
)
regional ~ ,
,
( )
worthiest
~ of blood
writ 1) , ; ; ; , , ;
2) (.)
~ of admeasurement
~ of assistance 1) ; 2) (
)
~ of association

~ of attachment
( )
~ of attendance

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~ of capias
~ of capias ad respondendum
,
~ of certiorari
( )
~ of covenant

~ of debt

~ of decret
,
~ of delivery 1) ; 2)
~ of distringas
~ of dower
~ of ejectment/of entry

~ of elegit
,


~ of error (. .
,
)
~ of execution
~ of execution against property
~ of false judgement 1) (.)
, ; 2)

execution writ
~ of fieri facias

~ of habere facias possessionem
~ of injunction
~ of inquiry 1) ()
; 2)

~ of levari facias


~ of mandamus
~ of mandate

~ of mesne process
,

~ of possession
~ of prevention (
)
~ of probable cause
( )
~ of process
~ of prohibition ;
( )
~ of reception

~ of replevin

~ of review 1) ; 2) ( )
~ of right 1) (
); 2)
, (
)
~ of second deliverance
~ of subpoena

~ of summons
~ of supersedeas

~ of tresspass on the case


~ of trial

~ of venire facias

~ of withernam
,
,
alias ~
alternative ~ (
)
concurrent ~s 1)
; 2) (.,
)
execution ~
347

extraordinary writ
extraordinary ~
interlocutory ~ ( , )
judicial ~
original ~ ( )
peremptory ~ ,
personal ~
pointing-out ~
prerogative ~ ( )
real ~
remedial ~
testatum ~
(
,
, ,

)
to bring a ~
to enforce a ~
to serve a ~
vicontiel ~ (.) ,
writer 1) (.) , ;
2) ()
~ to the signet ,
( )
348

legal ~ ,
writing ;
;
covered ~
obligatory ~
standard ~ ,

wrong , ;
actionable ~ ,

civil ~ ; ,

legal ~ ,
private ~ ; ,

private ~s

wrongdoer ; ,
wrongdoing (wrong-doing) ,
; ; ,

Y
yardstick , ;
~ of invention (.) 1) ; 2)
youth ;
wayward ~ ,
( )

zone

Z
zetetick
zone
~ of employment (
,
, )

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