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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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smb. (somebody) -, -
smth. (something) -, -
v. (versus)
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to be in abeyance(cy)
~ of suit

~ of tax assessment

ab agendo (.) , plea in ~ (-
) . .,
abandonee 1) , - -
; 2) -
, - price ~
; 3) , abater ,
abandonment 1) (
, . .); 2) - abator 1) , -
( -
); 3) , - ; 2) , -
; 4)
~ of attachment lien (- abbreviate , (
) - )
, , ~ of adjudication 1) (.) -

~ through failure to claim - ; 2) ,
-
abdiction (abdication) (
~ to insurer ( ), ( , , -
) )
abearance 1) ; 2)
malicious ~ -
(, )
abatement 1) , , abeyance(cy) 1) -
; 2)
-
; ; -
3) , , ; 4) - ;
( ); 5) - ; 2) , -
( - ; 3) -
, , ( , -
) )
~ and revival - in ~ 1) , -
(, , ;
) 2) ( ), -
~ of action 1) , ( ); 3)
, , ; 2) - ( )
to be in ~ (
~ of beguest - )

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abidance
abidance 1) , - 2) (.)
, ; 2) ;
ability 1) , - 3) ,
, ; 2) - ~ of damages

~ to act abroachment
~ to pay
~ to pay debts abrogation , ,
~ to perform
~ to replay express ~
~ to stand trial () ( , )
implied ~
apparent present ~ ( , )
absence ,
competitive ~ ~ cum dolo et cupla (.) -
forecasting ~ -
~ from court
present ~ ~ from work ( )
service ~ of product - ~ without valid excuse -
,
abintestate , - corporate ~ from the state -
( ) -
abishring ,
entirely voluntary ~
abjudication ( , - (; -
) )
abjuration 1) ; in the ~ of evidence
2) ( , . .)
abnegation 1) ; 2) necessary ~ -
( , ) ;
necessary and voluntary ~ -
abnormality 1) , -
; -
; 2)

abode probate ~ , -
fixed (settled) ~ -
sick ~ ( )
abolishment , , voluntary ~ ;
,
abolition , , - absentee 1) ; 2) -

abolitionist , - absenteeism 1) ;
() 2)
abridgement 1) ;

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abuttal
absolution 1) , , abuse 1) ; 2) -
; 2) ( - ,
, ) ~ at law -
absolvitor (.) 1) ;
2) ~ of authority -
absorption ,
~ of confidence -
cost ~
; ~ of credit
freight ~ ~ of discretion -
;
abstainer ( - ~ of distress -
) ,

abstention ( -
~ of independence -
)

abstinence , - ~ of judicial discretion -

abstract 1) , ( ~ of law ;
, ); 2)
, - ~ of legal right -
, , ,
~ of account ~ of monopoly -
~ of evidence -
~ of office -
~ of fine -
~ of power 1) -
~ of judgement ; 2)
~ of process
~ of record on appeal -
~ of right
child ~ -
~ of title
~ record 1) , crying ~
, , ; 2) - dangerous ~ (
), -
amendatory ~
, judicial ~
marginal ~ , legal ~ ,
; -
; - malicious ~
, abuttal 1) , ; 2) -
abstracter ,

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abutter
abutter qualified ~ ; -

accedence 1) ( , special ~
, ); 2) trade ~ -
(. ); 3)
(, ) unqualified ~
acceleration 1) verbal ~
; 2) , acceptilaton (.)
; 3) -
( - acceptor
) access 1) , ;
~ of estate 2) (, ,
- ); 3) -
, -
~ of maturity - ;
4) -
~ of remainder = ~ of estate , -
acceptance 1) ; 2) , ;
; 3) , -
~ to councel
~ for (upon) honour -
~ to court -
~ in blank
~ of an offer (bid) - ~ to courts -
() , ,
~ of performance -
() ~ to the case -
~ of service 1)
; 2) ~ to the pirated work -
- , -
( )
~ receivable equal ~
~ supra protest - free ~
free ~ to and from the sea
absolute ~
bankers ~ legal ~
blank ~ unlimited ~
collateral ~ - accessibility , -

public ~ (.) -
general ~
parol ~ accession 1) ( ,
partial ~ ); 2) ( -

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checking accounts
), ( - ~ attached
); 3) ; ~ current ,
(); 4)
~ to a treaty (to a convention) - ~ de computo -
()
accessory (- ~ in arrear
) ~ in trust , -
accident 1) ; 2)
~ payable ,
~ insured
industrial ~ ~ receivable ,

inevitable ~ , ~ rendered ,
; ,
sea ~
work ~ ~s due to customers
accidental
(, )
~s having a long time to run
accomenda ,


~ settled -



~ stated ,
accommodation 1) ,
; 2) ; 3) , ; accumulation ~
4) , , ;
(); 5) aggregate ~s ,
bank ~
credit ~ assets ~s
monetary ~ - - bank ~ ,
bear ~s
accompli
fait ~ (.) book ~ ,
accord , budget ~s
~ of satisfaction bull ~s
, ; -
business ~s , -
accordance 1) , ; ,
2) (.: , - capital ~
, ) cash ~
account 1) , ; 2) ; charge ~
3) ; 4) - charge ~s
, -
; 5) (pl.) checking ~s ()
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closed account
closed ~ saving(s) ~
closing of ~s segregated ~
combined ~s settlement ~
commodity ~ to debit ~s ; -
consolidated ~s
consumer ~ transfer ~ ;
controlled (discretionary) ~ - ; ;
,
correspondent ~s transferable ~
unsettled ~s
corresponding ~s - accountability 1) , -
,
current ~ , ; 2)
disbursement ~ legal ~ ;
, ( )
domestic ~s accountant 1) ; 2)
final ~ , attorney-~ -
frozen ~ independent ~
general ~s accounting 1) , , -
impounded ~ , ; 2) -
income ~
interim ~ ~ data of cost(s) -
investments ~
joint ~ ~ entry
manufacturing ~ - ~ equation
~ period ( -
margin ~ )
non-segregated ~ ~ procedures
omnibus ~ ~ system
open ~ activity ~
operating ~ bank ~
outlay ~s , business ~ -

overhead ~ cash basis ~ -
personal ~
production ~ cost ~
profit-and-loss ~ income ~ ,
,
property ~
accreditation , -
reconciled ~s

retained contribution ~ -
multiple ~ -


revenue ~
running ~ ,
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act of omission
accreditee 1) , ~ of attainder (.) -
; ,
2) , -
~ of bankruptcy , -
accreditor 1) ; -
2) ,
accretion 1) , , ~ of civil status -
(, );
2) ; 3) - ~ of commission (
( , - , )
. . ) ~ of condonation , -
~ of power , -
, ~ of curatory (.) -
artificial ~ -
() ~ of dominion
natural ~ ( -
() )
act 1) ; 2) ; 3) , - ~ of God , --
, (-
~ and intent concurred , -

~ as amended )
~ of honour
~ colore officii , -
~ of indemnity

~ complained of
~ done , , - ~ of insolvency , -

~ done willingly , - ~ of law 1) -
-
~ endangering life , ; 2)
; 3) ; 4) -
~ injurious to the public in general -
, - ~ of legislation ,
, -, -
~ of legislature
~-in-law , ,
~ in pais , ~ of man (
-
~ not warranted by law , )
~ of mutiny
~ of adjournal (.) - ~ of omission , -

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act of outrage
~ of outrage Grain Futures ~ -
~ of possession -
hodge-podge ~ ,
~ of protest
, injurious ~ , , -
~ of Providence -, -
internationally wrongful ~ -
~ of public nature - -
judicial ~
~ of sale - juristic ~
justifiable ~ , /
~ of sederunt (.)
justified ~ ,
~ of use ; - -
() lawful ~ , -
~ on petition -
legal ~ 1) ,
~ or omission - ; 2)
legislative ~ ,
~ warranted by law - ;
ministerial ~ ,
abusive ~ -
adoptive ~ (- ,
, - multilateral ~
) negative ~ 1) ;
ancillary ~ , - 2)
negligent ~ ,
authorized ~
Bankruptcy ~ (BA) - notarial ~ 1) ;
2) ,
bilateral ~ official ~ ,
continuous ~ omnibus ~ ()
discrimination ~
, - open ~ , ,

disparaging ~s - particular ~
positive ~ (
excusable ~ , - )
prior ~ -
final ~ ,
forbidden ~ private ~ ; ;
Futures Trading Commission ~ , -

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action ex contractu
public ~ 1) , ; ~ contrario (.)
2) , ~ damni injuria (.) -
Securities Exchange ~ (SEA) ,
~ depositi contrario (.) -
single ~ ()
~ depositi directa (.)
special ~ ; , -
~ directa (.)
survival ~ - ~ empti (.) ,
-

tortious ~ , , - ~ familiase eriscundae (.)

Trade Expansion ~ (TEA) - ~ perse (.) -
,
unauthorized ~ - ~ personalis (.)
~ pro socio (.) -
unilateral ~
validating ~ (.) ~ rescissoria (.) -
( )
voidable ~ ~ temporalis (.)
voluntary ~ - ~ utilis (.)
~ venditi (.) -
wrongful ~ -
, - action 1) , , -
, ; 2) , ; 3) -
actio (.) , , , ; 4) , -
, ,
~ arbitraria (.) , , ; 5) ,
, ; 6) (.)
~ calumnial -
~ against the state
~ civilis (.) ~ against the United States -
~ commodati (.) -
, - ~ at common law 1) -
,
( , -
~ communi dividundo (.) - ); 2)
-
~ at law
~ condictio indebitati (.) ~ brought (-
, , , )
~ ex contractu (.)

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action ex delicto
~ ex delicto (.) - ~ in personal
, ; - ~ in quo warranto (.) -
, -
~ for ascertainment , -
,
~ for battery ~ in rem
~ for conspiracy , - ~ in tort -
, ;
~ for contributing patent infringement ,
~ lies
~ for damages - ~ of assize -
,
~ for declaration of a right -
~ of assumpsit -
~ for declaratory judgement - (-
, -
~ for determination of adverse claims )
- ~ of book account
-
, - ~ of book debt

~ for divorce ~ of conversion
~ for exoneration -
~ of covenant -
~ for libel ,
~ of debt
~ for mesne profit(s)
, - ~ of detinue
-
~ of ejectment
~ for money had and received
~ of forcible entry -
~ for partition (- (
) )
~ for recovery of possession ~ of local nature (.)
(
~ for restitution
~ for separate maintenance - )
( ~ of mandamus
, )
~ in contract ~ of rescission
~ in equity - (, )
, - ~ of trespass -
; -
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formed action
- common law ~ ,
;
~ of trover - compensatory ~

~ of writ - concerted ~ , -
, -
consumer class ~ -
~ on request -
contested ~ 1) ;
~ on the case - 2) -
( , - ,
) copyright infringement ~ -
~ over ,
~ quasi in rem corrective ~ (-
~ rescissory 1) - , , )
; 2) - counter ~
court ~ ; -
~ to quiet title -
cross ~
accessory ~ , - cumulative ~
, - customer ~ -
,
advisory ~ (.) -
declaratory ~ (.) -
affirmative ~ 1) , - ,
; 2) ( derivative ~
) disciplinary ~
amicable ~ ; domestic relations ~ -
, -
droitural ~
ancestral ~ - enforcement ~ -
,
enticement ~ -
ancillary ~ - ,
environmental ~ -
antitrust ~ (.)
equitable ~ ,
civil ~ ; -
federal ~ -
class ~ (
, , feigned (fictitious) ~
) ()
coercive ~s - formed ~
;
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frivolous action
frivolous ~ , price-fixing ~ (.)
()
governmental ~ - principal ~ ()
, - probate ~
quia timet ~ ,
hypothecary ~ (.) - -
, - , -

illegal ~ real ~ 1) ; 2) -
independent ~ ,
recourse ~
joint ~ 1) ; redhibitory ~ -
2) ( - - (
) )
judicial ~ regulatory ~ ,
juratory ~
law enforcement ~ - remedial ~ (
);
legal ~ representative ~
local ~ , - , ( -
,
matrimonial ~ - )
rescissory ~ (-
mixed ~ , -- ), (
)
mock ~ () revocatory ~
nullity ~ - (., , -
)
office ~ (.) - secondary ~
( ) separate ~ ,
ordinary ~
original ~ separation ~ -
pending ~
personal ~ 1) ; several ~s ; ,
2) ; 3) -
statutory ~ ,
petitory ~ 1) ; subsequent ~ -
2) (.)
popular ~ , test ~ (,
-
possessory ~ )
preventive ~ - to bring (take) an ~ against somebody
; -

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address for service
tort ~ - overall business ~
,
transitory ~ 1) (, priority ~ies -

); 2) , unlawful ~ , -
-
actor 1) , ;
unmaintainable ~ 2) ; 3) , -

vexatious ~ - ~ in rem suam ( . . ),
( ), - , -
, ( . . -
actionability , )
, - acts , -
(
activity , , )
actuality , -
~ies 1) ; 2) - ,
actuals 1) (,
business ~ ); 2) (-
coercive ~ies - ); 3) -

competitive ~ Actus Dei (.)
concerted ~ , - , -; - -

delinquent ~ies -
actus reus (.)
, (-
(
)
)
deviant ~ies , -
( , , - addition(s) 1) ; -
) , ; 2) ; -
dummy ~
illegal ~ies , - ~ to patent 1) -
; 2)
improper ~ies (- -
, ) -
additionals -
infringing ~ -
address 1) ; 2) ;
lawful (legal, legitimate) ~ies - 3) ,
, ,
noncoercive ~ies -
~ for service -
,
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address in case of need
~ in case of need ~ of proceedings ,
( ) -
~ sine die (subject to call, without day)
business ~ ; ,

de jure ~ final ~ -
dummy ~ () -
false ~
legal ~ temporary ~ -
substituted ~ (- ()
) adjudgement 1) ,
addressee ; 2) -
adduction 1) , - , ( );
(); 2) , - 3) ()
() adjudication 1) -
adeem - /; /-
, , - ; 2) , -
; 3)
ademption 1) , - ; 4) (.)

, ; 5) , ,
; 2) - ( )
, ~ in bankruptcy -
; 3)
( -); , - ~ of claim
articulate ~ (.) -
adherence 1) (, -
. .); 2) (.) -
; 3) -
compulsory ~ -

adhesion 1) ; 2) -
delinquent ~ -
( )

adiratus (.) international ~ -

adjournal 1) , ; involuntary ~ -
2) ; 3) - ()
; 4) (.) juvenile ~
-
adjournment 1) ; 2) -
; 3) (- juvenile ~ of witness -
. .)
~ in eyre (.) - local ~ -
( )
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administration cum testamento annexo
prior ~ ~ of the average (.)

voluntary ~ () amicable ~ -
,
adjudicator , average ~ ; -
adjudicature 1) , -
, ( ); dollar ~ (
2) , , )
- downward/upward ~ -
, /
adjunct exchange ~s ,

salary ~ -
adjunction (-

)
ad litem () 1) -
ad jura regis (.) -
; 2)
( , -
, - admeasurement 1) -
, , - -
; ; 2) , ,
, - ( )
~ of dower -
)
~ of homestead -
adjuration 1) ;
, -
2) ; 3) -


~ of pasture -
adjuster 1) ; 2) ;
3)
adminicle ,
average ~

claim ~ ,
administration 1) -
insurance ~ - (-
);
2) , (); 3) -
adjustment 1) ; 2) -
( ), (-
, ; 3) ,
); 4) , (-
; 4) ,
); 5) ;
; 5) , -
6) (.)
; 6)
~ ad colligendum -
~ for change in the account
( -

)
~ of claim -
~ ad litem


~ of difference
~ cum testamento annexo
~ of disputes

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administration de bonis non
( ~ pendente lite -
) -
~ de bonis non -
~ pendente minoritate executoris -
~ durante absebentis - -
- -

~ durante animo vito - ~ without probate -
- -
-
-
ancillary (auxiliary) ~
~ durante minoritate administratoris ,

- domiciliary ~ -
,
~ in bankruptcy - general ~
, -

~ minor actate - judicial ~ ( ,
, )
- law enforcement ~ -

~ of bankrupts estate Letters of A~ -
, -
-
~ of complaints
~ of estate marital ~
()
~ of justice personnel ~
~ of law , - principal ~
,
~ of legislation - public ~ -

~ of patents , - regular ~

~ of the oath ; special ~

~ of trust estate -
, - administrator 1) ; 2) -
, , -
~ pendente absentia - ; 3)
- ; 4) -

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conditional admissibility
~ ad collogendum -
( -
) ~ with the will annexed -
~ ad litem -
( -
~ cum testamento annexo - -
- )
( - ancillary ~ -
- ; -
) ,
~ de bonis non - , -

~ durante absenta - appointed ~
-
court ~
~ durante animo vito domiciliary ~ -
, , -
-
- elected ~ -

~ durante minori altate general ~
-

~ durante minoritate administratoris principal ~ -
-
- public ~ -

~ in buncruptcy - regular ~

~ of absentee - special ~
,
-
temporary ~
~ of decedents estate
administratrix -
; , -
~ pendente absentia
- admiralty 1) ;
2)
~ pendente lite - admissibility
- ~ of evidence -

~ pendente minoritae executoris - conditional ~
( )
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limited admissibility
limited ~ incidextal ~s
() informal ~ -
admission(s) 1) ; 2) - ,
(); 3) ( -
~ against interest )
judicial ~ -
~ by a person in privity with a party in
litigation , - limited ~
- ()
out-of-court ~ -
~ by bail ; -
plenary ~
~ by conduct -
( ) tacit ~ , -
~ by demurrer -
vicarious ~ -

~ of case admittance 1) ( ,
); 2)
~ to probate () - admonition 1) ;
2) , ; 3) (.) -
adoptive ~ , - ,
admortization (.)
bar ~ () - -

extra-judicial ~ -
adolescence

( -
formal ~
-
; (-
)
-
adolescent
)
formal ~ at the trial - adoptee , -
;
formal ~ by letter - adopter
, adoption 1) ; 2) -
(, ); 3) -
formal ~ in answer to a notice to admit , ( )
facts ~ arrogatio -
- -

formal ~ in answer to interrogatories ~ by acknowledgement
-
, -

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advertising
~ by agreement - incestuous ~ -
, -
living in ~ -
~ by deed - (
, )
~ by estoppeb - to commit ~ -

~ of child - advance 1) , ;
2) , ; 3) , ()
~ of foreign corporation ~ free of interest
- cash ~
freight ~
~ of judgement () - outstanding ~
price ~ ,
~ of statute advancement 1) -
foreign ~ - -
; 2) (.)
sham ~ ( )
advantage 1) ; -
adpromissor (.) , - ; 2) ; 3) -
,
adrogation , collateral ~
adult 1) 16 ; 2) - mutual ~
12 ; 3) - unlawful ~
; , adventure 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
(1821 )
young ~ (.) - gross ~
( 18 21 ) ,
adulter joint ~
adulteration , - marine ~ (-
, )
adulterator adversary , -
adulterer , ()
~ of record -
adulteress -
, adverser , -
adultery , -
, , - advertisement , ,

( ), - legal ~ -
-
( ) advertising , -

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advertising exposure
~ exposure advocacy 1) ; 2) ;
competitive ~ - 3)
individual ~ ()
consumer ~
direct ~ advocate 1) , ;
direct-mail ~ - 2) ; 3)
~ depute (.) -
eye-catching ~ ,
follow-up ~ A~ General
front-page ~ ( -
)
full-page ~ consumer ~
crown ~ (-
industrial ~ - )
Kings (Queens) A~
informative ~ (
institutional ~ - -
)
nobile ~ petty ~ ,
advocation 1)
outdoor ~ ;
press ~ 2) (.)
advice 1) , ,
; 2) , () advocator 1) (.) ;
~ of collection 2)
~ of deal afeerer ,
-
~ of right -

afeerment 1)
independent ~ -
(., ); 2)

investment ~ - affiance 1) , ;
2) ,
legal ~ affiant 1) ,
shipping ~ ();
advisement 1) , - 2) , -
; 2) - , ; 3) , -

~ of rights ()
( ) affidavit , -
adviser ,
legal ~ , ~ ad merits , -

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agate
~ for attachment , opposing ~ -

supporting ~ ( -
~ in forma pauperis (.) - )
( to swear an ~
-
to take an ~
) transcribed ~ , -
~ of absence of matrimonial inpediments
affiliation 1) -
, ( );
~ of circulation (.) 2) ; 3) ;
, - 4) ,

~ of copyright claimant affinity 1) ,
(- ; 2) (.) -
,
, ) realated by ~
~ of defence - affirmance 1) , -
/ -
~ of good faith - ; 2) (-
)
~ of good name (.) ~ of judg(e)ment , -
( - ( )
)
~ of merits
affirmant , -

( )
~ of no collusion -
( affirmation 1) , -
- ; 2) -
) ( .);
~ of notice , - 3) (, )
~ of fact
~ on demurer - affreighter
- affreightment
affront
~ out-of-court ~ - deliberate ~ -

~ to hold to bail - afterbirth , -
-
~ upon information and belief - ( )
, , - agate -
-

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age
age 1) ; 2) ; of ~
3) retiring ~ -
~ at recruitment (.) - ;
() sufficient ~ ,
~ of consent (to marriage) -

~ of discretion , - to be of ~
to be under ~ -
~ of election , ;
voting ~ ,

~ of incapacity 1) - agency 1) (, -
; 2) , - ); 2) ; 3) -
- ; 4) ( -
/); 5) ; -
; 6) ;
~ of majority ~ by estoppel
~ of marriage -
~ of nurture (
) ~ by operation of law -
~ of patent (.)
(, - ~ by ratification
, -
)
~ of puberty - ~ coupled with an interest 1) -
, -
~ of reason , ; 2) -
advanced ~ -
arbitrary ~ - -
()
finished ~ ~ of a broker
first ~ ( ~ of necessity 1)
) ; 2)
full ~
juvenile court ~ , - advisory ~
- bail ~ 1) , ;
2) -

lawful ~ civil enforcement ~ -
legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
, collection ~ -
legal drinking ~ , -
customs ~

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commission agent
exclusive ~ non-profit ~ -
( -
) ostensible ~ -
executing ~ --
, - patent ~
executive ~ personnel ~
port ~
express ~ - pretrial services ~ () ,
- ,

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

implied ~ - sea-bed resource ~
, shipping ~
, ships ~
special ~ ()
insurance ~
international ~ - spontaneous ~
, -
judicial ~ , ( )
universal ~ , -
law enforcement ~ 1)
; 2) - voluntary ~
; 3) -
; 4) - agenda
agent 1) ; 2) ;
legal ~ , 3) , ; 4) -
,
legal aid ~ - ~ by appointment , -
,
lending ~ ~ by contract ,
local ~ ;
mercantile/trade ~ - advertising ~
, authorized ~
non-cabinet ~ chartering ~
-
commercial ~ ; -
non-judicial ~ (- ;
) commission ~ ;

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common agent
common ~ , - ; -

del credere ~ , agistment (
-
forwarding ~ )
free ~ , agnate 1) ,
; 2) , -
freight ~ -

agnation 1) , -
insurance ~
; 2)
law ~ 1) , ;

2) (.) (, )
legal ~ agrarium
local ~ agration (.) -
managing ~ -
marine ~ agreeance (.) 1) ; 2) -
patent ~ ,
private ~ () - agreement 1) ; 2) -
; 3)
public ~ ~ approved by treaty (.) -
real estate ~ , -

selling ~ ~ by parol , -
ship ~
shipping ~ ~ by specialty 1)
social insurance ~ ; 2)
special ~ , -
() ; - ~ for insurance
~ in writing
statutory ~ , ~ of conveyance -

supply ~ ~ of lawsuit
travelling ~ (.) ~ of marriage
universal ~ ~ of unlimited duration
,
vicarious ~ , - ~ to sell
accessorial ~ -
aggravation 1) -
; 2) () aleatory ~ , -
~ of damages -
amending ~
aggregate .
aggregation (.) - amicable ~
,
30
national agreement
antenuptial ~ executory ~ -
( -
) express ~ -
arbitration ~
area ~ , - gentlemen(s) ~ 1)
; 2)
bare ~ (. . hire-purchase ~ -
,
) hybrid trade secret and patent ~ -
basic ~ -
bilateral ~ -
by mutual ~ implied ~ -
clearing ~ - ; , -
;
collateral ~ - inchoate ~ -

collective (bargaining) ~ - indemnification ~ -
(
) interim ~ ;
collusive ~ ,
() leasing ~
commodity ~ legislative-executive ~ 1) (.) -
consummated ~ - -
-
coproduction ~ - ; 2) -
, -
court-approved ~ , -
letting ~ ,
debt cancellation ~ -
licensing ~
deep-sea-bed mining ~ marital separation ~ -
- , -

devolution ~ ( -
(, ) )
double taxation ~ - marriage property ~ --
,
draft ~
employment ~ model ~
enforceable ~ , - multilateral ~ -

executed ~ mutual ~
national ~ ,

31
non-disclosure agreement
non-disclosure ~ - substituted ~
(., - sweetheart ~ -

- , - system ~ (-
) )
oral ~ , - tacit ~
tariff ~
parol ~ 1) ; 2) - tentative ~ -
, ,
payment(s) ~ trade and payment ~
plea ~ (.) -
trust ~ -
( -
)
post-nuptial ~ verbal ~ 1) ; 2) -
, - -

pre-existing ~ working ~ ,

procedural ~ - agressor ; -

profit-sharing ~ - ~ corporation -
( )
project ~ aid 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
publishers (publishing) ~ - (, ,
, -,
reciprocal trade ~ - ); 4) (pl., .) -

regional ~ ~ and advice in legal matters -
safeguards ~ , ,
salvage ~ , ~ and comfort
~ with strings , -
sentence-recommendation ~ (.)
-
( civil legal ~ , -
)
seperation ~ - credit ~
disinterested ~
skeleton ~ 1) ; economic ~
2) , - federal ~ (.) -

stand-still ~ - gratis ~
- ; legal ~
mutual ~
32
alienation in mortmain
overseas ~ - aldermanship -

pecuniary ~ alferation
selling ~s - verbal ~
( )
state ~ alibi
aide (.) corroborated ~
junior ~ dubious ~
senior ~ ironclad ~ (.)
aide-memoire (.) plausible ~ , -
aider 1) , , -
; 2) ; 3) ; - proved ~
questional ~ , -
~ by verdict -
, - questioned ~
substantiated ~
aid-prayer 1) (., .) - time-card ~ ,
-
- unquestionable ~
; 2) unquestioned ~
- - withdrawn ~
- alien
~ born
aids 1) ; amy ~ ;
2) ; 3) (.) , () ,
advertising ~
automatic ~ objectionable ~s -

briefing ~ resident ~ -, -
collision avoidance ~
() undocumented ~ , -
navigational ~ - -
;
aim ; ; alienability
~ justified alienage 1) ; 2) -
~ unjustified ,
akin
alderman , ; alienation 1) (-
/ ); 2)
aldermanry 1) ; ~ in mortmain -
2) ; 3) - (,
, . .
)

33
alienation of affection
~ of affection - ~ in pleading -
,
~ of appeal
~ of affections (- ~ of faculties (-
) -
-
) ~ upon information and belief -
fraudulent ~ 1) - ,
, ;
2) -
alternative (disjunctive) ~ -
illicit ~ , -
alienator , - ( )
, negative ~
alienee 1) ,
, ; positive ~
2) primary ~
alienor , allegiance 1) -
aliment (.) ; - ; 2) -
(-) , ; 3) , -
, ; 4) (.)
alimony , ; -
,
-
temporary ~ ,

to change ~
~ in general ()
;
, -
alliance 1) , ; 2) -
~ in gross (- ; 3) , ; -
) ; 4)
~ pendente lite ( allision ( -
) , , , , -
, )
accrued ~ allocation ,
ad interim ~ ; ; ; ;
permanent ~
temporary ~ ~ of charges -
alios acta (.)
alius (.) ~ of profits
~ of seats within
allegata et probata (.) -
( , . .)
-
overhead ~ (.) -


allegation ,

34
relocation allowance
allocatur exigent (.) (.) - ~ by creditor -

~ of alimony
allodia (.) (- ~ of appeal
- ~ of owelty -
)
allodium , ~ pendente lite
-
,
allograph ~ to member of armed forces -
; (
, ,
allonge (.) ; -
)
, ( )
additional ~s (of costs)
allotment 1) , , ; - -
, ; ;
2) ; 3) - assignment ~ ;
; 4) (.) -
- attendance ~
( . .); 5) (.) - book ~ ()
, compassionate ~

cost-of-living ~ -
~ of land
service ~ () (
)
allottee 1) - daily ~ , -
; 2)
allowability , - dependents ~
dress ~ ()
~ in one patent entertainment ~
() ( -
) family ~
allowance 1) ; ; - hospitality ~ -
; 2) , ; 3) -
; 4) ; 5) - language ~
, - maternity ~
-
; 6) , ; official ~ 1) ;
7) , 2)
(-, -) per diem ~ , -
~ by court -
(, . .) relocation ~ ,

35
responsibility allowance
responsibility ~ - fraudulent ~ ()

retirement ~ - verbal ~

special ~ - altercation 1) -
( ) -
; 2)
spoilage ~ alter ego (.) ; -
superannuation ~ ;
temporary ~ alter-idem (.) ;
( -

alternat

) alternate 1) ; 2) -
travelling ~ 1) ; 2) (, ), -
treatment ~
welfare ~ alternative , ;
widows ~
allusion 1) , ; sensible ~
2) ; 3) amalgamation 1) ,
alluvion 1) , , ; ; 2) (.) ,
2) , ; -

ally
~ of business
almshouse , production ~ -
( )
alta emormia (.) ambidexter (.) -
( ,
-
ambidexterity -
)

altas (.) ; -
ambiguity , -
,
;
~ dictus (.) ;
~ upon the factum -


alter deliberate ~ -
alteration 1) ; 2)
; 3) - latent ~ , , -
( ) -
~ of contract -
patent ~ 1)
~ of instrument (); 2) ,
authors ~
colorable ~ ( - ambi(o)dexter 1) (.) ,
)
36
amicus curiae
; 2) , - consequential ~ , -

ambit , - draft ~
; drafting/formal ~
~ of protection
amenability 1) (- earlier ~
), ; 2) -
, floor ~ , -
amende honorable (.) 1) - -
; ,
; 2) - procedural ~ -
- -

amendment 1) (-
substantive ~ -
, -
-
. .); 2) ( ,
trial ~ -
. .); 3) , -
-
; 4) -
, -


~ as of course -
- amends , ,
-
amenity 1) , -
~ by compulsion -
- ; 2) ,
();
~ of income tax return 3) ; 4) ;
-
common ~ies -
~ of judgement
amercement 1) ;
~ of pleading 2) ( -
-
~ of statute , )
amercer ,
~ on courts own motion - amicus curiae (.) 1) -
- ,
-
~ to conform to proof - -
- ,
-
; 2)
committee ~ , ,
-

37
amission
; maximum ~ ( -
3) , , )
amission minimum ~ ( -
amortization 1) - )
( outstanding ~
); 2) principal ~ , -
; 3) ; 4) - ;
settled ~ () -
()
amotion 1) ; total ~
2) ampliation
-
( )
amount 1) , , ; amy ,
2) -
~ covered
~ d emand ed anagraph ;
() analysis ; ; -
~ due
~ in arrear ~ of accounts
~ of statement
~ in cash fundamental ~
~ in controversy/in dispute price ~
, analyst (.) , -
~ of balance
~ of business anatocism(us) 1) -
~ of invention (.) - ; 2)
, ancestor 1) ; 2) -
~ of judgement ; 3) ,
~ of loss , ;
~ of prior use (.) - 4)

ancestral , -
~ of settlement ()

()
~ of tax ancestry , -
~ realized
~ to settle anchorage 1) ;
() 2)
capital ~ ancient (.) -
ceiling ~
floor ~ ancienty
gross ~ ; - ancillary -
-

38
annus deliberandi
- annotation 1) ,
; 2)
anglid (.) - announcement ; -
;
anhlote ( , annua ,
-
) annualization
anientisement ; -
- annuel (.)
;
animus (.) , annuitant , , -
~ injurandi (.) -
, annuity 1) , -
annates (., .) , , -
- ; 2) -
-
~ for education -
annex 1) , ;
2) ~ for maintenance -
~ to the freehold , -
bank ~
~ to the realty , - life ~ , -

annexation 1) ; - refund ~ -
; ; 2) - -
,
actual ~
authorized ~ (, simple (straight) ~
) ( )
constructive ~ 1) term ~
; , - annulment 1) , -
; 2) -
; 2) , - ; 3) -

creeping ~ , ~ of marriage
( , -
forcible ~ )
physical ~ - annuo reditu (., .)

unauthorized ~ (- annus deliberandi (.)
, ), - (,
-
annihilation )
39
anomy
anomy (.) , - supplemental ~ -

anonym 1) , answerability ;
, -
, ; 2) , antagonist , ;

anonymity antecedent
answer 1) ; 2) ; antecessor 1) -
3) ; 2) -
; ( ; 3)
); 4) antenati (pl.) ,
~ by affidavit ,
( , )
~ in bar
antichresis ,


~ in the affirmative
anticipation 1) , -
~ in the negative
amended ~ (-);
2) ; 3) -
compeliable ~ , - ; 4) (.) -
( -
) ~ of income
conclusive ~ , - ~ of payment
, mere paper ~ (.) -
double ~
evasive ~ antigraphy / -
false ~ , -
( , antimerger -
) , -
final ~
frivolous ~ 1) - antinomy ,
; 2) , -
antiquity
; 3)
~ of tenure , ,


incriminatory ~
original ~ - antitrust 1) (.)
; 2)
self-incriminating ~ , , ; -
; 3) -
sham ~ , -
( , apograph
)
40
reguired appearance
apolide , , interlocutory ~ -
,
apostles leapfrog ~ -
( - ( -
) )
apparency - lord of ~ , -

apparitor petition for ~ ,
; -
review ~ -

appeal 1) ,
right of ~ (-
, ; 2) ;
)
3) ; ; 4)
separate ~

statutory ~ -
~ (as) of right ,
,


~ by allowance -
supervisory ~ -

( -
~ by defendant -
)

without ~
~ by government -

,
~ lies to - appearance 1) ; ;
2) ; 3) -
~ of leave , ; 4) -

~ to the country ~ by attorney
~ by councel -
( )
administrative ~ 1) - ~ de bene esse -
-
- ~ gratis
; 2) -
corporal ~
by way of ~ - count ~
, general ~
consolidated ~s , - -

cross ~ initial ~
devolutive ~ , - optional ~ -
(
frivolous ~ )
initial ~ reguired ~

41
special appearance
special ~ application 1) (,
( . .); 2) , , -
) , ; 3) -
appellant , -
; , ~ for a foreign patent -
multiple ~s (
) ~ for a job
separate ~ -
~ for a patent , -
appellate (.) , -
( ) ~ for a stay -
multiple ~s (
) ~ for leave -
appellator , -
~ for payment (-
)
appendant 1) , -
~ for perpetuation of testimony -
; 2) ; -


~ for restoration -
appendix 1) ; - (
; 2) , - )
/ - ~ for revocation (.) ,

applicability (- ~ for urgency -
, ) ,
territorial ~ (-
) ~ in issue (., .) ,
time ~ ( - -
) -
private ~ (.) , - ;
( - ~ in the home country
-)
subsequent ~ (.) - ~ of rules -
; , -
- abandoned ~ (.) -

applicant , allowed ~ 1) -
~ for the order , - ; 2) (.)
( caveat ~ (.) -
)
additional ~ continuation ~ (.)
international ~ (.) - ,
copending ~ (.)
joint ~ ( ), -
42
non-career appointment
related ~ (.) -
(., )
dilatory ~ relators ~ , -
( )
divisional ~ (.) retroactive (retrospective) ~ of law
dragent ~ (., .) -
( -
, - service mark ~ -
,
) appointee 1) ;
ex parte ~ , - 2)
, ad interim ~ 1) -
; 2)
ex post factor ~ , - appointment 1) , -
, - ( ); 2) , ;
3) ; 4) -
foreign ~ 1) (.) - ;
, ; 2) - 5) -
,
~ durante absentia -
forfeited ~ (.) , - -
,
indiscriminate ~ -
~ for life (-
individual ~ (.) )
industrial ~ (.) - ~ public -
,
internal ~ (.) - ~ to office
, general ~ 1)
international ~ 1) - ; 2) -
; 2) (.) ,
- judicial ~ 1)
; 2)
laid-open ~ (.) (- junior shadow ~ (.) -
)
licene ~ - legislative ~
,
parent ~ (.) , - multiple ~ 1) -
, ( -
pendent ~ (.) , - ); 2) -

reissue ~ (.) non-career ~
-
;
43
power (right) of appointment
power (right) of ~ - apprenticeship 1) (
( , ); 2) ; 3) -
)
probationary ~ - approach 1) ;
; 2)
recess ~ 1) -
- (
; 2) , ); 3) ,
collision ~ ,
resign ~ ( - ()
) - piecemeal ~ ;
(, )
senior shadow ~ (.) - prior claim ~ (.) , -
, -
specific ~ 1) , -
; 2) -

subordinate ~ - whole content ~ (.) , -
-
superior ~ (
appointor , ) -
- ,

apportionment 1) - approbation ; ;
; 2) -
appropriation 1) ; -
appraisal ; ; , -
; ; ; 2) ; 3) -
; ; ; ( -
appraisement ; ); 4) -
, ( -
appraiser ; )
general ~ - ~ of payments

appreciation ; - ~ of property
; ; actual ~ of property , -
();
~ in value - budgetary ~s -

consolidated ~s
apprentice 1) (.) , -
ostensible ~ of property -
16 ; 2) -

,
personal ~ -

44
coastal sea-bed economic area
supplementary ~s ; 3) ,

tacit ~ of property - ~ of exchange -
, -
visible ~ of property -
ad hoc ~
appropriation-in-aid ; - adjudicative claims ~
commercial ~
approval ; ; common law ~

~ by acclamation - compulsory ~ -

~ by (of) the court labour ~ , -
House ~ () -

judicial ~ mixed ~ (
)
approximation
private ~
~ of laws
state ~
appurtenance 1)
arbitrator ,
; 2) -
additional ~ (-
, (-)
) ( ,
,

apron ; )
; original ~ ,

arbiter , sole ~
arbitrability archdeacon (.) (-
, -
arbitrage , -
classical ~ (pure ~) - -
-
risk ~ )
arbitrament area 1) , ; 2) , -
, ; 3) ; 4) (the ~) (
~ and award -
, )
~ for investigation -
arbitrariness , -
anchorage ~
arbitration 1) - coastal sea-bed ~
, ; 2)
coastal sea-bed economic ~ -
-

45
congested area
congested ~ () unconvincing ~ -
depressed (distressed) ~ -
unsound ~
development ~ , argumentation 1) ,
; 2)
dollar ~ argumentativeness 1) -
equidistance ~ - ; ; 2) -

free trade ~ arles
international sea ~
arless-penny

international sea-bed ~ - arm 1) ; 2) ;
; 3) ; ; 4) (pl.)
spending ~ ~ of law ;
standard metropolitan statistic ~ ~s of alliance , -
(.) -
assumptive ~s , -
sterling ~
strategic trust ~ - enforcement ~

argument 1) , ; 2) - arraigment ()
, ; 3) -
, ; 4) - arrangement 1) , -
, , ; 2) ; 3) -
,
~ on a motion ~ of specification (.)

~s to the jury - ~s 1) ; ; 2) -
; 3) ;
close (closing) ~ , - antenuptial ~
( , -
convincing ~ )
correlative ~s - bicameral ~ -

extraneous ~ - collective ~
extended-term ~ -
oral ~ -
, family ~
out-of-the-way ~ , financial ~s ,
;
private ~ , - paper ~
, transitional ~s -
sound ~
verbal ~
46
free articles
array 1) ; 2) - , -
; ()
~ of coroners jurors - arrival , ; ,
()
~ of grand jurors arrogantion 1) -
; 2)
~ of jurors (- article 1) , , ;
) 2) , ,
arrears ; ; final ~
; shipping (ships) ~s
~ of interest -
trademark ~ , -
arrest 1) , ; ,
2) (.) , , articles 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ; 4) ; ; 3) , ;
5) ; 4) ; ; 5) ;
6) () ; 6) -
~ de prince (.) -
( ; 7)
- ~ approbatory (.)
) , -
~ of inquest
~ of judgement 1) - ~ improbatory (.)
; 2) - , -

~ of ship ~ of agreement -
~ on civil process -

citizens ~ () ~ of apprenticeship -
; -
arrestee (.) ,
- ~ of association
, ,
(, ) ~ of merchandise
~ of set (.)
arrester 1) , -
~ of the Navy -
-
~ of the peace 1)
,
; 2) -
; 2) ,
( )

~ of war

free ~ 1) , -
arrestment (.) 1) , ; 2) , -
; 2) ; 3) ,
,
47
infringing articles
infringing ~ (.) assent 1) ; ;
; , 2) , ; 3)
constructive ~ -
marriage ~ -
, - mutual ~ , -
( -
) assertion 1) ; 2) -
non-infringing ~ (.) -- , , (); 3) -
; ,
~ of right
preliminary ~ forcible ~ of (private) life -
proprietory ~ , ;
naked ~
punitive ~ , out-of-court ~ ,

shipping ~ post-testamentary ~ ,

artifice , , testimonial ~
ascendant
ascent ( assessment 1) , ;
) 2) (); -
; , ; 3) (.)
ascertainment 1) , -
; 4) -
, ; 2) -
; 5) -
(, )

~ of facts
~ for a tax -
judicial ~ (-

)
~ of compensation -
asportation (),

assessor 1)
assault ( ); 2) -
, ,
~ and battery . .; 3) ; 4) -
assaulter , (- ,
) (- claim ~
)
assemblage 1) , ; asset , , -
2) , ;
assembly 1) , ;
2) ; 3) assets 1) ; -
A~ General ; 2) -
; 3) ;
~ of proof ; 4) (), , -
judicial ~ ; 5)
48
assignment of responsibility
~ and liabilities real ~
tangible ~ ,
~ formation ,
() wasting ~ (-
~ per descent , - ) ,
- working ~
asseveration -
bankruptcy ~ , ;
business ~ assign ,
capital ~ ; - heirs and ~s -

circulation ~ assignability -
current ~ ; - ,
assignation ,
depletable ~ ( )
depreciable ~ -
assignee 1) ; 2) -

; 3) , , -
equitable ~ , -
; 4)
-
~ in bankruptcy -
-
-


fictitions ~ -
~ of patent (.) -


fixed ~
assignment 1) (), -
inflation of capital ~
, ; 2) (-

), , ; 3) -
intangible ~
; ; 4) ;
(, , )
5) (, );
legal ~ ,
6) , . .

~ for the benefit of creditors -


legitimate ~ -

~ of a contract
material ~ -
~ of copyright


matrimonial ~ ,
~ of counsel

~ of dower
personal ~

, -
~ of errors (on appeal)

(
productive ~ - )
~ of responsibility -
property ~
49
assignment of stock
~ of stock - assiser (assizer) 1) --
; 2) ; 3)
~ of sums
~ of wages - assisor (.)
assistance ,
~ to a position - counselling ~ -

~ with preference - judicial ~
legal ~
mutual ~
absolute ~ () old-age ~
case ~ assistant ,
equitable ~ -
~ judge
general ~ 1) - legal ~ -

; 2) - legislative ~

legal ~ staff ~
mesne ~ - assize ;

official ~ 1) -
associate 1) , -
; 2)
; ; ; ;

2) (.) -
organic ~

preferential ~ -
association 1) , ,
-
; ( -

); 2) (.) -
responsible ~ -
; 3) -

-
voluntary ~ -




~ of Stock Exchange-Firm
assignor , (-
) ; affiliated broker ~ -
assise (assize) 1) ,
; 2) (pl., .) American Arbitration ~ -
; 3) ; 4) -
-
; 5) American Bankers ~
-
; 6) , , , American Bar ~ -
~ of nuisance

50
attachment
American Economic ~ common ~ -

bar ~ express ~ -
beneficial ~ () -
general ~ -
beneficiary ~ - -

benefit ~ indebitatus ~ -
building and loan ~ -- -

corporate ~ () special ~ 1) -
-
employer/employee ~ ; 2)
/ assumption 1) (-
Federal National Mortgage ~ - , , , -
- , -
); 2) , ;
fund ~ - 3)
assurance 1) , ;
Futures Industry ~ (FIA) 2) ; 3) , -
; 4) (
housing ~ - ); 5)
; 6) -
joint stock ~
memorandum of ~ - foreign contract ~ -

National Futures ~ (NFA) life ~
whole life ~
saving and loans ~ --
assured 1) ; 2) -
state bar ~ (
)
assurer
stock ~
unincorporated ~ - astipulation 1)
, ; 2) , ,

assumpsit 1) ; 2) asylum 1) ; 2) ;
3) ()
(, attachment 1) ();
); 3) 2) (, ,
. .); 3)
; 4) ,
~ of debt , ; 5) ;
6) , , -
51
attachment of insurance
; 7) - ; 2) ,

~ of insurance , autrefois ~ (., .) -
- -
( -
)
~ of risk , attendance ( ),
~ of witness ( )
( ) compulsory ~
ancilliary ~ - ( )
voluntary ~ ( )
domestic ~ 1) attendant 1) ( ); 2) -
, -
; 2) attentat(e)
, , , -

foreign ~ 1) - , -
, -
; 2) -
attenuation ()

, - atterminement (.) -
;
3) ( - attest 1) , -
) ; 2) , -
precautionary ~ -
; - attestant 1) ,
(- ); 2) -
attack
collateral ~ attestation 1) , -
- (, );
2) , -
inutility ~ (.) (- ; 3) ;
) 4) (-
. .)
attainder ~ of will
( , - ~ of witness -
, , -
, - notarial ~ -
, -
) attestor ; , -
attaint (.) 1) - -
, attorney 1) ; -
, - ; 2) ( ); ,
- ; 3) , ; 4) -
52
Dutch auction
defense ~
~ appearing for the presentation of deputy ~
evidence , district (circuit) ~
( )
~ at large - general power of ~
general practice ~ , -
~ at law
~ for the Commonwealth government ~ -
( )
~ for the government 1) - investigation ~ (.) , -
; 2) , -
letter of ~ ()
~ for the People ( patent ~ , -
)
~ for the prosecution - pettifogging ~ -
, plaintiff s ~
~ for the state private ~ , -
~ General 1) -
( - prosecuting ~ ,
); -
( ); 2) - public ~ ( ),
( ) state(s) ~
~ general trial ~ -
( )
~ in fact , - attorneyship , -
/
~ of record , - attornment 1) -

~ - scrivener , - ; 2) -
,
~s license , attraction ;

attribution 1) ; ;
~ special -
2)

assistant ~ auction , -
by ~ , - ,
~ by tender
circuit ~ (.) - ~ without reserve -
,
country ~ 1) ( Dutch ~ (-
); 2) ( - ,
) ,
court-appointed ~ - , -
)

53
mock auction
mock ~ 1) ; 2) - joint ~s
legal ~ ; --
public ~
auctioneer original ~ ( -
audience ( ) )
Court of A~ (.) secondary ~
authoritarian -

audit ; ; authorities
external ~ , - ~ lawful
constituted ~
internal ~ , - legislative ~
authority 1) , , -
; 2) , -
punitive ~ - ; 3) , , ,
, , -
tax ~ - ; 4) , -
, -
audita querela (.) - ; 5) ; 6) -
; ; 7) ,
, ,
~ by estoppel , -
-
auditor 1) , -
; 2) , ~ by law
- ~ to sign
~ of government -
Aula Regis / Aula Regia (.) (.) ;
( ~ of law 1) , ;
- 2)
) ~ to punish 1) ;
2) -
authentication , -


absolute ~ , -
authenticity , -
, actual ~ 1) ;
author 2) ()
attributed ~ adjudicating ~ , -
composite ~s (- -
-
) adjudicatory ~ 1) ;
contested ~ 2) ,
corporate ~ ; - ad ministering ~
,
54
autograph
apparent ~ permissive ~
()
bad ~ ; - public ~
, rating ~
reviewing ~ -
broad discretion ~
signatory ~ 1) ; 2) -
budget ~
by ~ , special ~ ,
by ~ of law ;
case ~
constructive ~ - spending ~ 1) ,
; 2) -
direct ~
executive ~ statutory ~
final ~ - supervisory ~
ultimate ~ of decision -
forged ~ -
universal ~
general ~ , unlimited ~ (-
- )
without ~
independent ~ without due ~
international preliminary examining ~
(.) - without lawful ~

judicial ~ without proper ~
legal ~ 1) ; -
; 2) - authorization 1) ;
, ; 2) , ; 3) (.) -
3) ; 4) - ; 4) , , -
; - ; 5) , ; 6) -

limited ~ ~ of agent -
local ~ -
, , ~ of appropriation -
non-constitutional ~ -
, express ~
older ~ authorship
doubtful ~
on ~ , personal ~
patent ~ (.) ; - autograph 1) ; 2) -
,

55
autonym
autonym 1) , avoue (.) ( -
; 2) , , - )
avoure (.)
avails , avowal 1) -
~ of suit ; 2) ; 3)

average 1) (, - -
, ); 2) - -
, ( )
customary ~s avowant 1) ,
(
) ; 2) ,
extraordinary ~ -
, - -

general ~ ;
gross ~ 3) ( -
partial ~ ),
petty ~ -
simple ~
with particular ~ avowee ,
,
( ) avowry -
averment 1) , -
; 2) avowtry
alternative ~s - ,
,
avulsion , (-
immaterial ~ -
-

, -
negative ~ ,

, -
, . .)

award 1) ;
avoidance 1) , ;
2)
, ; 2) ;
~ of alimony
; ,
alternative ~
; 3) -
arbitral (arbitration) ~
-

back pay ~
~ of law
judicial ~
~ of the marriage
jury ~

personal-injury ~ -
avouchment (.) 1) ;
2) ; 3)

56
bail on attachment
protective ~ - backlog 1) ; 2) -
; 3) (-
); 4)
( ~ of debts -
)
awarder ~ of demand
awareness 1) , -
; 2) ; ; ~ of housing

~ of licenses -

~ of orders
B ~ of outstanding payments -
;
bachelor commercial ~ -
B~ of Law ,

backsheesh (backshish)
backbond 1) --
backwardation 1)
, ; 2) (.)
; 2) ,
, -


backwarder
backbone , ,
, backwater 1) , ; 2) -
, , -
backer ,

background 1) , , ;
badge ,
2)
~ of fraud -
~ for negotiations ,

blue (green) ~ (.) -


~ of development -

~ of invention 1) - bail 1) , ; 2) -
, ; ; 3)
2) -
; 4)
backhander (.)
~ above
backing 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ; 4) , ~ below -
; 5) ()
~ of the currency - ~ in error

financial ~ , -
~ on attachment
state-financing ~

57
bail to the action
~ to the action
)
~ to the sheriff bailiff-errant
bailment I. 1) ;
absolute ~ , - ; 2)
- ; 3) ; , ; -
; ; . II. 1) -
additional ~ - ; 2)
; ; -
civil ~ - ; 3)
~ for hire , -
commissioner of ~ , -
constructive ~ ,
common ~ ;
; (
- gratuitous ~ -
)
excessive ~ involuntary ~ ,
fresh ~
lower ~ lucrative ~
out on ~
special ~ naked ~

straw ~ , - bailor ; , -
; ; -
bailage ; ,
bailee , , ;
; bail-piece (-
; , - )
(), - bailsman ( -
; ; ; - )
;
bailwick 1) ; 2) -
~ for hire -
; 3)

balance 1) , ;
bailie (.) 1) ,
2) ; 3) ; 4) , -
; 2) ,

bailiff 1) , ; account ~
2) ; 3) (.) - average daily ~
; 4) -
;
ballyhoo ,
high ~ ( -
) ban 1) ; 2) ,
special ~ (- ; 3)

58
bar
; 4) , , banknote , -
; 5) , , ,
~ of Empire , - bankrupt ,

~ of the rule , - adjudged ~ , -

driving ~ certificated ~ , -
occupational ~ -
, cessionary ~ ,
-
banc 1) ; 2)
discharged ~ -
in ~ ( ) , -
Bancus Reginae (.) -
fraudulent ~
Bancus Superior (.) involuntary ~ ,
( - -
)
banditry uncertificated ~

maritime ~ ,
undischarged ~
bank 1) ; 2) ;
3) (.) ; 4) voluntary ~ ,
~ of deposit -
~ of discount
~ of issue
bankruptcy , -
commercial ~

credit ~
involuntary ~ , -
in ~

investment ~

joint-stock ~
voluntary ~ , -
land ~

mortgage ~

mutual savings ~ --
banns (of matrimony)
private ~ , -
bar 1) ,
real estate ~ ; , -
; 2) , -
saving ~ , -
; 3) ; -
trading ~ ; 4) , -
banker 1) ; ; 2) ; 5) ,
( ) -

59
bar and bench
; 6) - sole ~ -
; 7) -
, ; 8) -
(); ; (-
-) bargainor (bargainer) ;
~ and bench
~ of execution () baron 1) ;
2) ( -
)
~ of the court ,
barrator 1) , -

, ; 2) ,
absolute ~
; 3) (.) -;
at ~ ,
4) (.)
blank ~ , -
common ~ ( -

)
. .
local ~ barratry 1) (
outer ~ (utter ~) , -
(, - ); 2) -
- -
) ; 3) (.)
patent ~ (.) 1) - ; -
; 2) , -
; 4) (.)
state ~ common ~
bargain 1) , , - barretor ,
- ; 2) -
; 3) , barrister (.) (-
,
~ and sale - )
~-at-law , -
bad (hard, losing) ~ ,
chance ~ ( )
collective ~ briefless ~
current ~ chamber ~ , -
dutch ~ , -
consulting ~ -
Smith field ~ inner ~ ,
time ~ , -
bargainee ; -
junior ~ 1) -
bargaining ; 2)
collective ~ -

60
good behaviour
revising ~ , bastardy 1) ;
- 2)
; battel
bay
utter (outer) ~ 1) historic ~
( ); 2) - juridical ~
, ,
territorial ~
barter , - beadle 1) , -
; ; 2)
base , , , bearer , , -
baseline ,
( ~ of dispatches
) tax ~
straight ~ to ~
basin , , ; bed 1) ;
; 2)
basis , ; , - ~ and board , -

accural ~ - behalf 1) ; , -
; 2) , ,
a statute in that ~
on a case-by-case ~ - for and on ~ of N N
, - ( , -
-)
on an on-going ~ in this (that) ~ ,
on a pay me when you can ~ -
on ~ of -; -
on parity ~
parity ~ behaviour 1) ; 2) -
self-supporting ~ ,
bastard 1) , arbitrary ~
; 2) - bad ~ , -
,
, bad social ~
delinquent ~ -
~ eigne (elder) - ,
, disorderly ~ (-
)
adulterine (adulterous) ~ - disruptive ~ ,

special ~ , fraudulent ~
good ~
61
illegal behaviour
illegal ~ Queens ~
monopoly ~ - ( 1873 .)
Supreme ~ 1) (.,
neglect ~ , , ); 2)
official ~ ,
Treasury ~ (.) -
prohibited (proscribed) ~ - ( )
bencher 1) -
reckless ~ , - ; 2) (.)
B~ of Inn (.)
belief ,
~ in good faith and on reasonable ground benefice (.) -
-
beneficiary 1) ,
bona fide ~ -

fixed ~ , ;
good faith ~ - ; 2) (.) -
;
honest and reasonable ~ - designated ~ ( -
)
mistaken ~ insurance ~
wrong ~
belongings , , - benefit 1) ; 2) -
, ; 3) , ; 4) -
personal ~ , ; 5)

belt ; ~ conferred -
marin (maritime) ~ 1) -
; 2) B~ of Clergy (.) 1)
bench 1) ; 2) , ; 2)
, , -
; ; ;
3)
~ and bar ~ of discussion 1)
Common B~ ( - -
1873 .) ; 2) (.)
differently constituted ~ , -
-
federal ~ () -
High Court ~ (.)
Kings ~ ( ~ of division
1873 .) (-

62
bill
- substitutional (substitutionary) ~ -
)
~ of doubt - testamentary ~

~ of inventory - berthage
- bestowal , ; -
(., )
~ of priority right (.) bet , ;
,
~ of trial -
better , -


accident ~
betterment
compassionate ~ betting ;
conditional ~ street ~
fringe ~s ( )
(, . .) bias 1) , -
health ~ ; 2)
invalidity ~ ; 3)
maternity ~ actual ~ -

relief ~ job ~
retirement ~ bid ( -
sick(ness) ~ );
social (insurance) ~ - (
)
unemploynent ~ - bidder , (
);
welfare ~ - bidding 1) (
); 2)
bequest - collusive ~ -

~ in trust - bigamist ;

bigamy 1) , ;
charitable ~
2) (.)

bilk 1) , ; 2) -
executory ~
,

general ~ , bilker ,
- bill 1) () , ;
2) , , ; 3) -
specific ~ - ; ; 4) -
; ; 5) -
; 6) ;
63
bill at days sight
7) ; 8) ; - ~ of bottomry ,
; 9) (.) ;
; 10) ; 11) - ~ of certiorari
-
, . .
~ at days sight , ~ of complaint
~ of conformity -
~ at sight , - -
-
~ at usance , -
~ of costs 1)
~ for foreclosure ; 2)
~ of credit
~ for legal defense 1) ; 2) - ~ of debt
~ of discovery
~ for new trial - -

~ in Chancery ~ of divorce(ment)
~ in equity , ( )
; - ~ of entry -

~ in the nature of a bill of review ~ of exceptions 1)

~ in the nature of a bill revivor
, - ; 2)
, -
~ in the nature of a supplemental bill -

, ~ of exchange , -

~ obligatory ~ of health , -
- ,
~ of information
~ of acceptance , -
~ of interpleader
~ of advocation (.) -
-
~ of attainder (., .) -

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


64
obligatory bill
~ of order - ancillary ~ ,

~ of particularities 1) - bank ~ ,
( ; 2)
bearer ~ ,
; 3) -
; - claused ~ of lading -
(- ,
) clean ~ of lading
~ of particulars 1) - controversial ~ -
; 2)
~ of peace counterfeit ~ 1) ;
~ of proof - 2) (.)
creditors ~ 1) (.)
-
~ of review - ; 2) (.)
-
~ of revivor
cross ~
~ of revivor and supplement demand ~ ,

- dishonoured ~

~ of sale 1) ; 2) ; documentary ~
3) ; 4)
- domestic ~ of lading (.) -
, -
~ of store -
domiciled ~
~ of sufferance - exchequer ~
fee ~ 1) ;
2)
~ on demand insurance ~
inward ~ of lading -
~ quia timet
Kings ~ (-
, . .)
~ rendered , legal ~ , -

~ single - long-dated ~
non-controversial ~
accommod ation ~
(, ) noted ~
addressed ~ obligatory ~
65
ocean bill of lading
ocean ~ of lading skeleton ~ -
omnibus ~
; , - sole ~
straight ~ of lading -
; (.) -
omnibus ~ of lading
supplemental ~
on board ~ of lading - through ~ of lading -
; (.) -
order ~ of lading -
time ~
original ~ 1) ; -
2) ,
outward ~ of lading to-order ~ of lading -

overdue ~ trade ~
parcel ~ of lading - Treasury ~ (.) -
, -
binder -
private ~ , - ( )
, binding
( ) ~ by oath
Queens ~ (- ~ over
, . .) legally ~
received for shipment ~ of lading - birth
, ~ of issue , -
reclaiming ~ (.) ,
out-of-wedlock ~
relief ~ 1) ; 2) -
( , -
birthright , -
); 3) ( )

secured (security) ~ , -
- bitch (.)
black-marketeer , -
shipped ~ of lading 1) -
; 2) blame
ships ~ - blamefulness (-
)
short ~ blameworthiness (-
sight ~ , - )
blanchfarms -
single ~ 1) -
;
2)
66
bond for costs
blank ~ of an instrument -
application ~ ,
law ~ , - ~ of justice -

blot ~ of laws
~ on title
blotter 1) , - ~ of men
; 2) ~ of specification (.)
blow
~s not causing injuries - ~ of water
, arbitral ~
auxiliary ~
bodily ~s ; ; corporate ~ , -
,
judicial ~
blunder
private ~
board , , , rule-making ~ ,
,
~ of appeals
bogus
~ of complaints -
, bolting -
~ of creditors (
( )
) bona (pl.)
~ of justices ;
~ of review - bona fides (.) ,
,
, bona vacantia (.)
~ of trustees ;
bond 1) , ; 2) ;
caution ~ , - ; -
; ; ;
poor-law ~ - 3) ; ; 4) ; -
; 5) ;
trade ~ - ~ and disposition in security (.)
( - - -
)
workmans compensation ~ ~ and mortgage (.)
- -

body 1) ; ; 2) - ~ for appearance -
; ; 3) , ( )
(); 4) , - ~ for costs -

67
average bond
average ~ , - simple ~ 1)
, ; 2)
bail-~ 1)
; 2) - single ~ 1)
, , (- ; 2) (.) -
)
bottomry-~ straw ~ , -
()
claim ~ - submission ~
, - supersedeas ~ -
-
cost ~ -
( )
coupon ~ surety ~

debenture ~ ; warehouse ~
bondage 1) ; 2) -
double ~ 1) -
; 2) (.) - bondholder ,

exchequer ~ bondman
forthcoming ~ -
bondsman
,
bail ~ (

)
general mortgage ~
, - bonification
bonis
heritable ~ (.) - ~ non amovendis (.)

hypothecation ~ 1) -
; 2) bonus 1) , , ,
municipal ~ - ; 2) ,
language ~
official ~ -
book 1) (., ,
participating ~ , - , ); 2) -

peace ~ ~ of acts
( )
penal ~ ~ of adjournal (.) -
-
redelivery ~
~ of bailiff
~ of complaints
68
breaking
~ of precedents breach 1) (, -
. .); 2) -
act ~ (.) , -
betting ~ ; 3) ()
cash ~ ~ in anticipation (-
copyright ~ , - )
~ of close , -
judgment ~ -

marriage notice ~ - ~ of confidence -

pirated ~ , - ~ of contract
(- ~ of covenant
) ~ of duty ,
borough English -
() ~ of faith
( ~ of justice
) ~ of order
borrow 1) , ; ~ of promise -
2) (.) ()
borrower ~ of recognizance 1) -
, ; 2)
bote

bottomry , , ~ of the law
(, ~ of (the) peace -
)
bound , ~ of trust -
boundar(y) , ()
lateral sea ~ies anticipatory ~ ()

magisterial ~ies severable ~
maritime ~ breadth , (,
sea-bed ~ , . .)
bounty 1) ; - break 1) (, ,
; 2) , . .); 2)
tax ~ -
branch 1) , ;
2) (); 3) (.) ; breaker
4) ~ of the peace -
judicial ~
legislative ~ law ~
brand (, - breaking 1) , ;
) , 2) ()

69
breaking the case
~ the case state ~ (.)

rule ~ (, - to have plenty of ~s
) , ( )
breve 1) , ; trial ~ ( -
2) , )
brevet , briefing ( -
brief 1) -
; (.) - )
; (.) - court ~
; official ~
2) - brieve (.) 1)
; 3) - - ( );
, ; 4) (.) , 2)
~ of appellee , - brocage 1) -
, , ;
~ of title - 2) , , -

~ on appeal (.) , brocard
- broker , ,
, , , -
court ~ 1) (.) ,
- bill ~
; 2) chartering ~
commodities ~
courts ~ (.) custom-house ~
,
discount ~
defendants ~ , - exchange ~ -
; -
junior ~ (.) , - ;
insurance ~
Lock ~ - merchandise ~

note ~ -
official ~
reply ~ 1) ; 2) , real estate ~
, -
ship ~ , -
sea ~ (, ,
, stock ~ ,
-
)

70
calendar of cases
brokerage 1) - business 1) , , -
, , ; ; 2) , --
2) , , - ; 3) --
, ; 4) -
brother ; 5)
~-german ~ of the day
~s of the same venter branch ~ , (-
)
blood ~ chamber ~ ,
budget ;
cash ~ illegal ~
consolidated ~ - legitimate ~
licit ~
legislative ~ buyer
innocent ~ -
bugging (- ()
) buying
; - innocent ~ -
(- ()
) by-effect ; -
burden ; ;
~ of adducing evidence - ()
by-law(s) 1) (-
~ of contract ), (); 2) -
,
~ of establishing corporation ~s
~ of evidence
~ of going forward with evidence -
-

~ of producing evidence -
C
cabotage , -
~ of proof , -
( ) cadetship
evidential ~
legal ~ ( calendar 1) ,
, ) ; 2) (.) ;
real ~ 1) ; - 3) (.) , -
; 2) . .
;

burgage (.) , - ~ of business
; ~ of cases

71
calendar of prisoner
~ of prisoner 1) - cancellation 1) ,
; 2) - ; ; 2) ;
3)
courts ~ , - cancelling 1) , -
; ; 2) ; 3) -
executive ~ 1) - ; 4) (
, ; 2) - -
, ,
special ~ -
call 1) ; 2) , ; )
3) , ; 4) - canon 1) , , ;
; - 2)
; ; 5) - ~ s of construction -
; 6)
~ on shares ~s of descent ,

~ of more - ~ of low ,
,
~ of twice more cant 1) (., .) , -
; 2) ()
canvassing 1) ; -
accusing ~ ; 2)
( ) illegal ~ ;
budget ~
distress ~
on ~ ()
capability
caller , ( - in ones individual ~ -
)
calling - capacity 1) ;
2) ; 3) ; -
~ to the bar 1) ; 4)
; 2) ; ~ of corporations
3)
~ to contract
calumniator
calumny , ~ to marry ()
camera 1) ; 2) -
~ to sue and be sued -
in ~ 1) ; 2) - ,
; 3) -
active ~
campfight contractual ~ -

72
reasonable care
disposing ~ - nominal ~
original ~
earning ~ paid-up ~
general legal ~ - -
registered ~ -
legal ~ -
official ~ , share ~
stated ~
passive ~
private ~ capitation -
testamentary ~ -
- capper 1) ; 2) , -
testimonial ~ 1) -
; 2)
cape capping -

caper
capias (.) 1) ; caption 1) (-) -
2) , ; 2) (-
( - ); 3) ,
) captor ,
~ ad respondendum (.) capture 1) ; 2) , -
-

card 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
~ ad satisfaciendum (.) 1) -
,
;
credit ~
2) -
identification ~ -



registration ~ -


~ extendi facias (.) -
care 1) , ; 2) -
~ pro fine (.)
institutional(ized) ~ -

capital
nonresidential ~ -
~ and interest -


parental ~
authorized ~
proper ~ 1) -
chartered ~
; 2) , -
circulating ~

constant ~
reasonable ~ -
issued ~

73
shelter care
shelter ~ 1) ~ agreed on
( ); 2) - -

slight ~ - ~ as authority -

supervisory ~ ~ at bar
utmost ~ -
~ at hand , -
cargo
~ by sea ~ at law ; -
~ in bond , -
~ for 1) -
critical ~ , , -; 2) , -

frustrated ~ , ~ for enforcement ,
;
safe ~ ~ for motion -
carrier ,
actual ~ ~ for the defence 1) ;
common ~ - 2)
, ~ for the jury , -
contracting ~ -
~ for the prosecution 1) -
private ~ , - ; 2) ,
~ for trial , -
sea ~
cartel 1) , - ~ going to trial ,
, ; 2)
( ) ~ in carge , -

case 1) , ,
~-in-chief , -
; 2) -
-
; 3) ; 4) -

; 5) -
~ in equity
; -

; ; 6) ,
~ in fact
; ; -
~ in law -
; 7)

(
~ in point 1) ,

; 2) ,
);

8) ()
~ made 1)
~ against (-,
-
-)
; 2)
74
consolidated cases
~ of admiralty 1) , (
- )
; 2) , ~ tried by the court , -

~ of circumstantial evidence , a ~ in precedent
( -
~ of direct evidence , - )
a ~ of circumstantial evidence ,
~ of divorce (- -
) ()
~ of emergency - a leading ~ (-
, , -
, )
admiralty ~ , -
~ of maritime jurisdiction , -

~ of the first impression , - adult ~ ,
; , -
advancement ~ -
~ on appeal 1) (.) -
; 2)
, analogous ~
; 3) -
- anonymous ~ -
-
; 4) , - antitrust ~
( appeals ~s ,

)
~ on trial bad ~
cited ~ ; ,
~ pending -
, civil ~
~ received for investigation , - civil-commitment ~ 1)
;
~ reserved - 2) ,
( -
) cleared ~ -
~ sounding in contract
cognizable ~
~ sounding in tort , common-law ~ , -

~ stated - consolidated ~s ,
, -
75
contentious case
contentious ~ litigated ~ 1) , -
court ~ ; 2)
disciplinary ~ - litigation ~
major ~ -
discretion ~ , -
maritime ~ (,
dismissed ~ )
diversity ~ minor ~
-
- moot ~ 1) ;
; 2) , -
diversity jurisdiction ~ ( -
- )
multy-defendant ~ -
due process ~ -
; - non-contentious ~

earlier ~ 1) - nullity ~
; 2) - ()
partys ~
early ~ 1) - petty ~ -
; 2) -
precedent ~ --
ex parte ~ ,
previous ~ 1)
ex parte patent ~ - ; 2)

good ~ prima facie ~ -
hard ~ ()
illustrative ~ ,
, probate ~ (.)
jury ~ , - reopened ~ ,

juvenile ~ - reported ~ , -
,
landmark ~ , restrictive covenant ~ -

later ~ , - routine ~
ruled ~ ,
leading ~ 1) ,
( - sales-of-goods ~
); 2)
legal ~
seminal ~
76
casus foederis
sentencing ~ 1) - unanswerable ~
; 2) (- , -
) ,
uncontested (undefended) ~ , -
small claim ~ (.) - -
; -
solved ~ ; ; , -

special ~ 1) , - weak ~ for/against
; 2) /
casebook
civil ~ -
statutory ~ , -
social ~
strong ~ for/against (, -
/ )
test ~ , caseworker 1) , -
, ; 1) , - -
; 2)
; 2) - cash ;
, -
~ in hand
, ~ on delivery
; 3) , by ~
for ~
() vault ~ ,
the ~ for the defendant
cashier

the ~ of the law , cash-memo
cassation
tie-in ~ , castaway -
, -
(., casual
casualty 1) , ,
-
) , ;
to try a ~ , , 2)
inevitable ~
trial ~ 1) , - casus (.) , ,
; 2) -
; 3) ~ belli (.) ,

trumped-up ~ ~ foederis (.) , -
; ,
77
casus omissus
, - colo(u)rable ~

~ omissus (.) constitutional ~ of action -
(, )
allowable (permissible) ~ direct ~ ,

catchpole (catchpoll) - excusable ~
, fictitious ~ of action -
causa (.) 1) , , ;
2) good ~ , -
~ libera in actio (.)
good ~ to believe -
~ private (.)
cause 1) , , - immediate ~ , -
; 2) , -
( ); 3) - impulsive ~ ,
, , ; 4) (.) -
- justifiable ~
last impulsive ~ ( -
~ celebre (.) , - )
, ; legal ~ 1) ; 2)

~ of action - major ~ -

~ of arrest maritime ~s
~ of crime 1) ; matrimonial ~
2) original ~ 1) -
~ of offence , ;
absent good ~ - 2)
primitive ~
accident ~ - probable ~ ; -
,
accidental ~
active ~ 1) , - probable ~ to believe -
, -
; 2) ; 3) , - probable ~ within rule -
,
adequate ~ proximate ~ ,
arranged ~ , -
real ~ , -
calendar ~s
case-based ~ of action reasonable ~
reasonable ~ to believe

78
certificate for marriage
remote ~ , -
short ~ , (
; , - -

small ~ ); 5) (.)

sufficient ~ , - ~ emptor (.)

surviving ~ of action ~ to will -
,
testamentary ~ ~ vendidor (.)
unanswerable ~ of action
to put in (to enter) a ~ -
unknown ~
cause-books - caveator 1) , -
; 2) (.)
cause-list -
Daily C~ , ; 3) (.) ,

causing cedent (.) ; , -
caution I. - ( )
; II. 1) , celebration (,
; ; 2) (., ),
.) ; 3) (.) - ~ of contract
; 4) , - ~ of marriage
; 5) ( - celibacy , ,
,
) celibate ,
~ juratory, juratory ~ (.) -
ceremonial ,
proper ~ maritime ~
cautionary (.) certainty 1) ;
cautioner (.) 2) ; ; 3) -
caution-money () ,
caveat (.) 1) - moral ~
; 2) - certificate , -
, ,
; 3) , , - ~ into chancery -
; 4) -
-
- ~ for costs

, ; - ~ for marriage
79
certificate of accounts
~ of accounts , ~ of registry -
- , ,

~ of acknowledgment ~ of stock ; -

~ of annulment 1) allotment ~ 1) -
-; 2) - ; ; 2)

~ of appointment - attorneys ~
(., -
) audit ~
~ of audit authors ~
~ of birth birth ~
~ of competency - builders ~ -
-
~ of compliance defence ~
~ of damage -
( ), - false ~
incorporation ~ -
~ of death
~ of evidence - inspection ~ -
- ,
interim ~
~ of expediency judges ~ ,
- loyalty ~ -
( )
~ of good conduct masters ~
( - Nansen ~
) notarys ~ -
~ of identity
~ of incorporation 1) (- practicing ~
) -
; 2) premarriage (prenuptial) ~ -
~ of indebtedness , -
,
~ of insurance -
reexamination ~ (.)
~ of origin -
(, )
~ of participation registered ~
registration ~ 1) -
~ of purchase/sale ; 2) , -

80
general challenge
scrip ~ - cession , (, -
, )
~ of goods (-
share ~ , ,
)
stock ~ 1) (.) , - ~ of rights
; 2) (.) cessionary 1) , ;
- 2) (.)
; 3) cestui que trust
cestui que use
subscription ~ -
chain , , -
( . .)

tax ~ , -
~ of causation ,
-


~ of custody -
temporary ~

treasury ~ -
~ of proofs

~ of title -
type ~

wharfingers ~ - chair 1) ;
2) ; 3)
;
certification 1) -
witness ~
, ; ,
; 2) (.) - chairman
(- ~ of the bench -
); 3) -
( challenge 1) -
- ; 2) ( -
) ; ;
) 3) ; 4)
~ of check ~ for cause 1)
certiorari - ; 2) ,
-
~ propter affectum

cessavit -
~ propter delictum -
-
-


cesser 1) ~ to the favour -
(- ( . .)
); 2) - general ~ -
(-
)

81
principal challenge
principal ~ 1) - change 1) , ;
- 2) ; 3)
; 2) ~ of beneficiary
~ of domicile
chamber 1) (pl.) ; price ~
2) ( chapter (); -
); 3) (pl.) ,
; 4) character 1) ; 2) ,
at ~s ( - ; 3) -
); ; , ; 4) -
; , ,
chamberlain 1) ; 2) - ~ in issue ,

chambers 1) ; charge 1) ; -
2) ; 3) , - ; 2) , ,
- ; 3) , -
, - , ; 4) -
-
Kings ~ , , ; 5) -

; 6) ; 7) -
champertor , - , , , ;
8) , ;
9) , , , ,
~ des affaires (.)
champerty ,
~ des affaires ad hoc (.) -

chancellor 1) , ~ des affaires ad interim / pro tempore
, ( - (.)
); 2) - ~ of share
( ); 3)
, affirmative ~
( )
~ of a diocese Allen ~ (.) -
, -
-
chancery ,
-
(

);

in ~ -
duplication ~ -
; -

-
extra ~ 1) ; 2) ;

3) (pl.)
82
chaser
floating ~ - catch time ~ , -
, - -

free of ~ , corporate ~
land ~
law ~ corporation ~
private ~ , - daily ~

public ~ 1) , - demise ~ -,
() -
, ; 2) ;

gross ~ -
registered ~ lumpsum ~ -, -
, -
rent ~
charges ; ; , net ~ -
open ~ ( -
brokers ~ )
interest ~ - round-trip ~ ,
;
notarial ~ royal ~ , -
port ~ , -
sue ~ ,
charit(y) 1) , single-trip ~
(pl.) ;
2) - time ~ -, -

fraudulent ~ , - trip ~ ,
, -
voyage ~ -
charter 1) , , -
( ); chartering
2) ; 3) , -, - charter-party , -,
; 4)
~ of incorporation - chartist ( -
)
bank ~ chase
bare boat (pole) ~ chaser
- ambulance ~ ,
, - -

berth ~

83
chasing
chasing check-off , -
ambulance ~ -
dues ~ -

chastisement , - check-up , , ,

chattel (cattle) 1) - cheque (.)
; ; 2) (pl.) - ~ to bearer ,

~s corporeal - ~ to order
banckers ~ , -
~s incorporeal -
; - bearer ~
; - blank ~
(, ) certificated (certified) ~ -
good and ~s
circular ~
personal ~s, ~s personal 1) crossed ~
; 2) drawn ~ ,
real ~s, ~s real 1) -
; 2) ; - effective ~
flash ~
cheat , forged ~
cheatee (.) - legal ~ ,

cheating memorandum ~ - (
~ at play , )
, open ~ , -
~ by false pretenses
order ~
specially crossed ~ -

check 1) (.) ; 2)
stale ~
, , ; 3) -
travellers ~
, ; 4) , -
uncrossed ~
, ; 5) ,
voucher ~
, , ,
child 1) ( 14
~ of cash ); 2) (
~ to prices 18 )
cashiers ~ (.) ~ born out of wedlock
raised ~
sola ~ , ~ren by different venters () -

84
circuity of action
~ in the household still-born ~ -
( )
~ in ward suppositious (supposititious) ~ -
~ of body - ,
( ) unborn ~
~ of tender years vagrant ~ -
abandoned ~ violent ~ , -
abused and neglected ~ren ,

adopted ~ chilling
adult ~ , - ~ a sale -

after-born ~ 1) , chirograph 1) (-
; 2) - ); 2)
, -
; 3) , chirographer (.) -
, - ( )

chop , , -


alien ~ , -
chose , -
bastard ~ ,
dead born ~ - ~ in action 1) ,
,
delinquent ~ - ; 2)
dependent ~ - . .
foster ~ ~ in possession , -
illegitimate ~ , -
; ; ;
infant ~ -
~ in suspension ;
legitimate ~ -
~ local ,
natural ~ ~ transitory
neglected ~ , - circuit 1) ;
2) ; 3) (.)
newly-born ~ judges go on ~ for part of the year
orphan ~
plain ~ ,
circuiteer -
poor ~ ()
posthumuous ~ , - circuity
~ of action -
recognized ~
85
circulation
circulation 1) ; 2) - incriminating ~ -
; 3) ,
~ of capital investigated ~ , -
civil ~
money ~ legal ~ ,
velocity of ~ ,
() mitigating ~ -
wholesale ~
circumduction 1) , - uninvestigated ~ ,
; 2) (.)
- unusual ~ , ,
,
usual ~ , -
~ of the term -
- circumvention (, -
, )
circumscription ( citation 1)
. .) , ; 2) ( );
circumstance ; - 3) ( ); 4) -
; ; ; ; - ()
; ~ to a statute
~ in proof - alternative ~s ( -
, -
~s of the case ) -
aggravating ~s ()
case ~ ,
attending ~s - ,
contempt ~ -
attenuating ~s - ,

collateral ~ initial ~ 1) -
concomitant ~ - ; 2)

convincing ~ , - judicial ~ 1) ; 2) -
( ,
exceptional ~ - . .)
legal ~ , . .
extenuating ~s - ,

external ~ , - official ~ -

failing ~s pre-Statute at Large ~ (.)
incriminated ~

86
creditors claim
repeating ~ ( - ~ in tort
, .) ~ not defining the invention
statute (statutory) ~ - , -
,
traffic ~ - ~ of alibi
~ of cognizance
unofficial ~ - -

citizen ~ of interest (
native-born ~ - )
~ of marriage
naturalized ~ - ~ of right
~ of title
non-resident ~ , - accident ~
adverse ~ 1)
private ~ ,
resident ~ , - -
; 2) , -
citizenship ; 3) -
diverse ~ (.) - -
( -
civics 1) ; 2) - )
ancillary ~ ,

civilian 1) ,
antecedent ~ -
; 2)
, -
; 3) (pl.)

claim 1) , - apparatus ~
; , ; 2) - ;
( - -
. .); 3) ; ;
, ; 4) (.) - book ~ -
; ; -
- civil ~
; 5) ; , - clearing ~
colourable ~ , -
~ and delivery
conflicting ~s -
~ for damages ,
contingent ~ -
~ for relief ( -
~ in action )
~ in contract creditors ~ -
~ in return
87
damage claim
damage ~ - means ~ (.) -
, -
dependent ~ ;
mining ~
, -
dormant ~
embodiment ~ -
, - money ~
multiple dependent ~ -
false ~ , , -
,
federal ~ (.) - omnibus ~ 1) , -
; 2) ,
fictitious ~ -
, , overbroad ~ (.) -
first ~ , ,
, - ,

foreign currency ~ - payment ~
plaintiff s ~
fraudulent ~ , - point of ~
, prearranged ~ ,
frivolous ~ , -
, - preferential ~ -
,
hostile ~ - prior ~ 1) -
; 2) (.) ,
hybrid ~ (.) , -
process ~ (.) -
injury ~
insubstantial ~ - product ~ (.) -

insurance ~ ; -
junior ~
,
product-by-process ~ (.) -
legal ~
legitimate ~ , ,

lode ~ (.) - product liability ~ -
, - ( -)
reciprocal ~ -
loss ~

88
all the estate clause
salvage ~ - occupying ~ -

security for a ~ clash ,
senior ~ - class , ,
, ~es of stock
small ~ - ~ or representative action ()

special ~ (.) statutory ~ (.) -
( -
, classification ( -
), - )
, primary ~
( )
stale ~ - secondary ~ -
; , ( )

clause , , ; -
state ~
, (, ,
subsidiary ~ 1) -
)
; 2)
~ in contract , ,
superior ~ 1) -

; 2)
~ of accrua(e)l (of accruer)
supplementary ~ 1)

; 2) (.)
(

)
tort ~
abandonment ~ -
under a ~ of right
( -

)
unliquidated ~ -
acceleration ~


unpatentable ~
ad damnum ~ -
, -
,


valid ~
adjustment ~
claimant , - -
, ; (.,
a ~ to an estate - )
alienation ~
copyright ~ , -
- -

credit ~ 1) , - all the estate ~
;
2) ,

89
American clause
American ~ cancelling ~
( ( -
, - , -
); , -
)
approval-of-order ~ - cease (cessar) ~ ( -
- ) -

arbitration ~ , cession ~ ( ) -
- -

assignment ~ 1) -
( ); 2) C.I.F. sound delivered ~
(, ) , -
attestation ~ 1) -
; collision ~ -
2) -
()
average ~ commerce ~
berthing ~ 1) - ( 3 8 1 -
- ,
; 2) ( -
) )
best endeavour ~ - compromissary ~ 1) -
, - ; 2) -
, -

binding ~ compromise ~ , -
,
bonded value ~ conflicting ~s
-
conscience ~ , -
. ., -
both to blame collision ~ , .
-
contestable ~ -
break-down ~ (-- ( )
) continuation ~
bunkering deviation ~ - contract(ual) ~ , -
,
burned and unburned ~ - craft ~
-
(., -
) detention ~
90
Jason clause
deviation ~ , ; 2) -
, -
disclaimer ~ - -
( ) -
efforts ~ , -
( -
- habendum ~ -
) -
escalation ~ 1) - ,
; 2)
impairment of contracts ~
escape ~ - ( I
, 10 I ,
; -
, , -
excepted perits ~ , -
- )
; Inchmaree ~ (-
-
exception ~ -
)
excessive bail and fines ~ (- indemnity ~
VIII ) - , -
-
, -
exemption ~ , - ,
,
freight ~ -
full faith and credit ~ -
( 1 IV Institute Cargo ~s -
, -

) insurance ~
general ice ~ - introductory ~ , -
( ) ()
grandfather ~ 1) (.) irritant ~ 1) (.) -
; 2) - () ;
( - 2) (.) -
) ,
grant-back ~ (.) 1) - Janson ~ (-
, - 3% -
- )
, - Jason ~ 1) ( -
-
91
let-out clause
); 2) - ;
( - New Jason ~ -
, (
) ,
let-out ~ - )
, obligation of contract ~ -
; -
, off hire ~
lien ~
location ~ omnibus ~ , ,
() , -
-
penalty ~ ;
lost or not lost ~
( - peris (of the sea) ~ -
,
, prepayment ~ -
; -
, productivity ~ -
) ( -
maintenance-of-membership ~ - , -
(
- )
proviso ~ , -
) ( , -
manufacturing ~ - provided)
( - reciprocity ~
- reddendum ~ -
,
- redelivery ~ -
) -
memorandum ~ - release ~
( -
- repugnant ~s
, -
, - reservation ~ , -
)
metalling ~ - residuary ~
, -
-

negligence ~ -
rise and fall ~
-
92
managing clerk
running-dawn ~ - , -
,
)
safe port ~ clearance 1) , -
- ; 2) ; -
; ; 3) -
salvage ~ - ; 4) ; 5) -

sister-ship ~ - credit pending ~
- clearing 1) ;
, 2) , ;
3)
subrogation ~ - compulsory ~ -
( -
- clearinghouse
)
clerk 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
sue and labour ~

-
~ of court , -
-

-
~ of peace

~ of seats
termination ~
-


testimonium ~ -
~ to the examining justices
(

-
~ to the justices ,
)

trademarks ~
accounting ~
; ( )
arbitrage ~
-
articled ~ -
, -
,


union signatory ~

(
civil ~
, -
deputy ~

exchange quotation ~ , -
, -

-
filling ~
)
judicial (law) ~ ; -
warehouse (to warehouse) ~
,

ledger accounting ~ -
clausula
~ rebus sic stantibus (.) managing ~ -
(. . ,
93
principal clerk
principal ~ 1) ; 2) - code 1) ; 2)
~ of evidence -
clerkship , -
~ of practice
client (, ); civil ~
; judicial ~ ,
clientell (, -
) labour ~
public ~ -
close 1) ; 2) , -

~ of argument co-debtor
co-defendant , -
~ of evidence -
codicil ,
the ~ 1)
; 2) - co-executor
coexistence
closing , (- cogency , -
) , (-
closure )
cloture ~ of testimony -
coaching ~ , -
- cognate 1) ;
2) (.)
nomination ~ cognation 1) -
; 2) (.) (
coadministrator )
() civil ~
coalition , mixed ~ -
coalitionist natural ~
co-applicant cognition 1)
coasting ,
; 2) (.) -

coastline
cognizance 1) ; ;
co-author
; 2) ; 3) ;
co-authorship ; 4) -
coconspirator 1) - ; ; 5) -
; 2) , ; ; -

judicial ~ 1) ,
co-creditor (

94
combatant
, ; 2) , (, -
); 2) , )
cognovit (actionem) (.) - ~ of arrears
~ of assets -
cognovit judgment -
~ of bills
co-guardian ~ of debts
~ of facts
cohabitation , -
debt agency ~
,

illicit ~
for ~ () , -
cohabitee
coheir collegatary
presumptive ~ -
collision , ,


coheiress street ~
co-inheritance - collitigant 1) ; 2)
,
colloquium -
co-inheritor -
current ~ ( )

collusion -
false ~
( -
co-insurance - )
, - tacit ~ ,

cojuror , - colour 1) ,
, , (
co-litigant 1) ; 2) -); 2) , , -
collateral 1) -
; 2) (- ~ of authority
) ()
collation 1) , ~ of law -
; 2)
- ~ of office -
-
; 3) - ~ of title -
,
colleague false ~ ,
judicial ~ -, under ~ of law
combat (.)
collection 1) ( judicial ~ (.)
. .), , - combatant

95
combination
combination 1) , - ; ; 2) -
; 2) , , ; 3) ; -
~ of corporations ; ; 4) ,
; 5) (
comity ), ; 6) (-
judicial ~ - ), ; 7) -
; 8) -
-
command , , ~ in bankruptcy -
,
Royal ~ ( ~ past us -
, -
) ~ of appointment -
commandment 1) ; 2) -
~ of appraisement
~ of proceeding 1) - -
( ); 2) -
~ of appraisement and sale
-
comment 1) , -

; 2) ; 3)
~ of assize -
()

~ by the defence , -
~ of conciliation , -


case ~ 1) ; 2) -
~ of inquiry

~ of lunacy -
defamatory ~ -
; -

-
judges ~ ,

commentary ~ of rebellion (.)
juristic ~ ,
commerce 1) , - C~ of the Peace
; 2) , ( )
(. ); 3) , ~ of the peace 1) ;
foreign ~ ; 2)
interstate ~ ;
intrastate ~
commissariat (- ~ of unlivery -
)
commissary 1) ; audit ~
2) - brokers ~ -

commission 1) - claims ~ -
; ; -
96
committeeship
del credere ~ - civil ~
( , - (., ) -
- ()
) contractual ~ -
full ~ , ,
former ~
grievance ~
investigating (investigative) ~ - treaty ~s
committal 1) -
joint ~ - ; 2) ,
( ) , ; 3) ()
law revision ~ - ~ for trial
,
Price ~ on ~ for trial
return ~ - committee 1) , ;
2) ,
Security and Exchange ~ ~ of bankruptcy -

commissioner 1) , ~ of conference -
(pl.) ; 2) - , -
; 3) (-
, - ~ of inquiry -
); 4) ,
~ of bail , appeal ~
drafting ~ ,
~ of patents -
Floor Practices ~ -
Area Traffic C~s -
investigative and hearing ~
bankruptcy ~ - -

ecclesiastical ~s - Judicial ~ of the Privy Council (.)
(- -
) rules ~
jury ~ , - special ~
standing ~
presiding ~ visiting ~ 1) -
commitment 1) , - ; 2) , -
; 2) ;
3) , ; 4) - watch ~
, committeeman
; 5) ()
~ for trial committeeship , -
, (. )
97
committer
committer ~ of piscary
committor , - ,
Doctors C~s -
commodate
commodities , commorancy 1) , -
, , ; 2) (.) -
basic ~
consumer ~ - commorientes (.) ,
,
export ~ communicatee (.)
exportable ~ , communication 1) ,
; 2) , ;
overpriced or underpriced ~ , 3) ( , -
); 4) ()
confidential ~ -
staple ~ - ,
, , - (. , -
)
surplus ~ matrimonial ~
commodity 1) , - , -
, - ; 2) -
, ; 3) - official ~ 1) ,
; 2) -
bottleneck ~
cash ~ ; , - privileged ~ 1) -
(-
futures ~ ) ( , -
common 1) , ; . .); 2) -
2) , - , -
; 3) (pl.) -
( ); 4) wrongful ~ 1) , -
~ appendant , - ; 2) ;
3) ; -
,
~ appurtenant , - communings (.) ,

~ at large communion 1) ; 2) -
; 3) -
~ because of vicinage -
~ of goods (.) -
~ in gross
community 1) ;
~ of pasturage ; 2) ; 3) , -
98
compensation
; 4) , - insurance ~
; 5) joint-stock ~
~ of acquests - limited (liability) ~ -
,
~ of goods non-prospectus ~ , -
~ of profits (- -
)
commutation 1) - one man ~ ,
; 2) ;

~ of taxes - parent ~
private ~ 1) ; 2) -
compact , (. ( -
- ); - )
prospectus ~ ,
social ~
company ,
~ limited by garantee - public ~ 1)
- ( -
; - ); 2)
-
- share ~
statutory ~ ,
~ limited by shares -
, stock ~
affiliated ~ - subsidiary ~
, trading ~
assessment ~ trust ~ , -

associated ~ 1) ; , -
2) unlimited ~ -
assurance ~
bogus ~ wild cat ~ ,
bubble ~
chartered ~ , comparables -
-
compatibility , -
commission ~ , -
compearance (.) ,
holding ~ , -
- compensation 1) , -
; , - ; 2) ; 3) (.)
, -
-,
99
compensation for termination of contract
~ for termination of contract - severe ~
( unfair ~ -
)
~ of claims against liabilities - competitiveness -

accrued compensation ~ , competitor ,
would-be (potential) ~
accrued personnel ~
compilation ;
adequate ~ , - ,

compiler
immediate ~ -
complainant 1) ; 2)
insurance ~ complaint 1) , ; 2) -
just ~ ,
pecuniary ~ ~ in testimony -
unemployment ~ -
civil ~
voluntary ~ cross ~
competence/competency 1) - delinquency ~
, , ;
; 2) ; - original ~
; 3) ; 4) real ~ , -
; (-
, , - telephone ~ ,
)
~ of testimony - completion , ,

~ of witness - ~ of proceedings -
, -
, -- compliance ,
; ( )
complicacy
legal ~ 1) ; complice
2) ; complicity
competition 1) ; active ~ ( -
2) (.) , - )
compound ~
bona fide (fair) ~ - direct ~ ,

illicit ~ implicit ~
keen ~ simple ~
latent ~ tacit ~
predatory ~
100
conclusion
composition 1) - concept 1) ; 2)
; - judicial ~ 1) ,
, - ; 2) -
; 2) ; 3) -
; ; 4) conception 1) ; 2) -
~ of matter (- ; 3) ; 4) ; 5) -

- ~ of invention , -
) ,
~ of the court
compounder antenuptial ~
amicable ~ - legal ~
( ) concern , ;
comprint , , , ; ;
(- ; ; ;
) major ~ , -
compromise 1) ;
2) monopoly ~s
compter (.) ,
paying ~
compulsion concert , , -
~ of evidence
in ~ ,
actual ~ - concession 1) ; -
( ) ; 2) , -
presumed ~ -
lawful ~ , -
testamentary ~ -
mutual (reciprocal) ~ -
testimonial ~
unlawful ~ , -
compulsitor (.) , -
concessioner (.)
computus (.) concessit solvere (.) -

concealment 1) - conciliation 1) -
- , ; 2)
; 2) (. -
~ of birth )
active ~ ( conciliator
) conclusion 1) ; 2) -
fraudulent ~ -
;
101
conclusion of evidence
3) ; 4) - ~ laid down -
; 5) , ;
6) (. ) affirmative ~ 1) -
~ of evidence - (. . - -
, - ); 2) () -

~ of facts casual ~ (-
~ of guilt )
~ of investigation - collateral ~
compulsory ~
~ of law 1) (- concurrent ~s
) , - consistent ~ ,
;
2) , copulative ~
professional ~ ( )
conclusiveness - dependent ~
; , - ( -
, , -
concord ; ; - )
disjunctive ~ -
concordance ;
dissolving ~ , -
concubinage -

enforceable ~ ,
concurrent 1) (.) , -
; 2) - executory ~
,
concussion ( - express ~ -
),
condemnation 1) ; 2) - general ~s (of delivery) -
, - ()
; 3) ; 4) - harmful ~s ()
; 5) helpless ~
conderaned , ()
implied ~
condescendence (.) impossible ~ , -

condition 1) , , - independent ~s , -
( ); 2)
( - insensible ~ ,
)
~ in deed market ~s ,

~ in law mental ~
102
conferee
mixed ~ (- conduct 1) ; 2) -
- ,
) ~ without fault
mutual ~s , abusive ~
alleged ~ 1) -
pendent ~ 1) ; 2) , -
; 2)
positive ~ , - bad ~
( continuing (course of) ~
)
potestative ~ , - courtroom ~ (, -
)
precedent ~ delinquent ~
repugnant ~ , disorderly ~ ,
; - ; -
,
resolutive (resolutory) ~ - disruptive ~ ,
,
restrictive ~ (- forbidden ~ -
) (
) fraudulent ~
single ~ ( - involuntary ~
) long course of ~ -
subsequent ~ - ,
, neglect ~ (-
surplus ~s - )
negligent tortious ~ -
suspensive ~ , - ,
orderly ~ , -
typical ~
unenforceable ~ , - prohibited ~
public ~ , -
working ~ , -
conditio sine qua non (.) -
, reckless ~ , -
condominimum
( , safe ~ , -
)
condonation 1) tortious ~ ,
( ;
), - voluntary ~
; 2) , - conferee , -
,

103
conference
conference 1) , - own ~
, ; 2) - penitential ~ -
( )
liner ~ (- plenary ~ ,
)
prehearing (pretrial) ~ - pre-trial ~ ,

quasi ~
shipping ~ , trustworthy ~ , -

confession , uncorroborated ~ , -
,
~ and avoidance untrustworthy ~ , -

( - verbal ~
) whole ~ (, -
~ of action )
~ of actions confessional ,
~ of defence () -
confessor ; , -
~ of error
confidence 1) (.) ; 2) -
~ of signature ; 3) ;
admissible ~ ( 4)
) confidentiality -
advertent ~ , - , ,
()
coerced ~
confines ,
corroborated ~ , -
protective ~ () -


deathbed ~
extorted ~ confirmation 1) ;
extrajudicial ~ - 2)
confiscation
hand-written ~ ~ of property -

implied ~ - conflict , , -
,
inadvertent ~ ~ of claims
induced ~ ~ of evidence -
intra-judicial ~ - ,
~ of interest (.) -
judicial ~ , (
naked ~ -
104
ineffective consent
; - connivance 1) , -
) ; 2)
~ of jurisdiction conquest (., .) 1) -
~ of laws 1) ( ),
, ; 2) ; 2) ,
(
) consanguinity
jurisdictional ~ collateral ~ -
trademark ~
lineal ~
conformity 1) ; 2) - conscience 1) , -
; 2) ;
confusion 1) ; 2) - 3)
, , legal ~
consciousness ,
~ as to sponsorship - ~ of danger , , -
, , -

consealment , ,
~ of debts - ;

consectives -

, -
~ of issue -



~ of rights
consensus 1) -
~ of source - ; 2) () , -
,
~ of titles - ~ ad idem (.)

~ of trademarks ~ of testimony -

the general ~
confutation
consent ,
conjecture ,
~ to be sued
conjoints
conjugality , express ~ -

connection 1) ; 2) , - implied ~ ;
; , ; 3) - ,
; 4) (,
) ineffective ~ ,
connexity ,

105
informed consent
informed ~ , consideration 1) , -
; 2) ; 3)
intelligent ~ , - , , -
, ; 4)
lawful ~ () adequate ~ , -
,
marital ~ budgetary ~ -
mutual ~
tacit ~ concurrent ~ -
unanimous ~
unlawful ~ (), continuing ~

consequence ; ; equitable ~ 1)
; ; ; ; ; 2)
-
~ in law , -
executed ~
antitrust ~s
executory ~ -
avoidable ~ ,
() express ~ -
far-reaching ~ , -
fair and valuable ~ , -
harmful ~ ,
intended ~ , good ~ 1) ,
,
judicial ~ , t - ; 2) -

legal ~s , - gratuitous ~ -

major ~ illegal ~
minor ~ -
implied ~ -
natural ~
unintended ~ , - impossible ~ -

probable ~ legal ~
coonsequents (.) -
material ~ 1) -
conservation , ;
2) , -
~ of evidence -

meritorious ~ -
conservator ;

106
ambiguous construction
, , - plaintiff s ~ -
/
money ~ - witnesss ~ -
-
moral ~ -
consolidation 1) ; 2) -
nominal ~ , - ; 3) ()
~ of (legal) actions 1)
nugatory ~ - ; 2) -

past ~

pecuniary ~ ~ of appeals
~ of applications (.)
preliminary ~ -
() ~ of cases
real ~ - ~ of corporations -

sufficient ~ ~ of hearings
~ of shipments
sympathetic ~ - consort () (. -
)
valuable ~ , , consortium 1) ; 2) -

consignation 1) () constat
; 2) ;
constituency ,
3)
constituent 1) ; 2) -
consignatory (.)

consignee 1) , -
constitution 1) , ;
(); 2) (, -
2) , , ;
);
3) ,
3)
~ of the court
consignment 1) , ;
constraint 1) ; 2) -
2) ( )
; 3)
consiliarius (.) time ~s ;
consilium , construction
~ of will
consistency (., accepted ~
), , , adverse ~ , -

defendants ~ - ambiguous ~ 1) , -
- ; 2) -
, ( )
107
authentic construction
authentic ~ mistaken ~
authoritative ~ 1) - narrow ~
; 2) ; 3) - orthodox ~
; 4) - parsimonious ~
, partial ~
biased ~ , - predestined ~
prejudicial ~ -
binding ~
broad ~ purposive ~ -
close ~ (-
) restrictive ~ (-
commonly accepted ~ )
statutory ~ 1) , -
comparative ~ - ; 2)
, - strict ~ 1) ; 2) -

correct ~ true ~
disused ~ verbal ~
divergent ~ , - violent ~
wrong ~
equitable ~ 1) - constructionist
; 2) consuetude ,
erroneous ~ consultant ,
extended (extensive) ~ - compliance ~ -
,
false ~ ,
flexible ~
consultation 1) (.)
genuine ~
; 2) ;
impartial ~ -

incorrect ~ consumer
judicial ~ consummation 1) -
latitudinal ~ - ; 2) , ; -
; ; -
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3) , ~ of contract -

liberal ~ ~ of marriage ,
limited ~
literal ~ , - consumption ,
capital ~ -
loose ~ ;
misleading ~ , contango 1) ( -

108
contract of consignment
; - contingency , ,
); 2) (-
; - allowance for ~ -
)
contemner , - continuance 1)
(- , -
); ; 2) , -

contemplation 1) , ; ~ of lien
2) , continuity 1) ;
~ of bankruptcy (- 2)
) ~ of service
contempt 1) (
. .), ( , - legal ~ ;
. .); 2) -
; 3) ( contract , ,
) ~ by deed , -
~ against judge
~ of court , - ~ by post ,
;
~ of the law (- ~ for forward delivery ,
)
civil ~ - ~ implied in fact
, -
~ implied in law
consequential (constructive) ~ - ~ in suit , -
, -
~ in writing
direct ~ 1) ( - ~ malum in se ,
); 2) ( )
~ malum prohibitum , -
indirect ~ ( ) ,
,
() ~ of adhesion -
contention 1) ; 2) ; ,
3) ~ of affreightment
contest
judicial ~ ~ of agency
will ~ ~ of beneficence -
contestant , -
, ~ of carriage
~ of consignment
contingencies -

109
contract of debt
~ of debt cash ~ ,
~ of engagement
~ of exchange and barter - celebration of a ~ -

~ of good faith , certain ~
classified ~
~ of guarantee - closed shop ~

~ of indemnity collateral ~
~ of insurance conditional ~ , -
~ of purchase/sale -
consensual ~ -
~ of record ,
constructive ~
~ of tenancy , - consumer ~ -

~ of work and labour - continuing ~
, cost-plus ~ -
~ to sell (.) -
,
~ unberrimae fidei
, cost-plus-a-fixed-fee ~ -
~ under seal
absolute ~ -
accessory ~
aleatory ~ () currency futures ~ -
-
alternative ~ - divisible ~
draft ~
ambiguous ~ - engineering ~ ,

annuity ~ entire ~
antenuptial ~ essence of a ~ -
,
, - estate ~ ,

arrival ~ , estoppel by ~ -

beneficiary ~ - executed ~

binding ~ executory ~

brokerage ~ , - express ~ -

110
separation contract
federal ~ (.) - lease and licence ~ --
, -
fiduciary ~
forward ~ - maintenance ~ -

frustrated ~ ; - marriage ~ , -
, -
futures ~
futures ~ failed to advance/decline mixed ~ -
- , -
()
gaminy ~ nominate ~
gratuitous ~ ,
hazardous ~ ()
nude ~ ( ),
illegal ~ -
immoral ~ ,
nuptial ~
implicit ~ , - oidable ~
open ~
implied ~ , open-end ~ -
- ,
; option ~
impossible ~ ; output ~
, - -
parol (verbal) ~ ,
inchoate ~ , -
period ~
indemnity ~ pooling ~ ;
indivisible ~
innominate ~ , post-nuptial ~ -
( ,
)
instalment ~ 1) principal ~
( ); 2) - quasi ~
( ) real ~ ; -
investment ~ , -
joint ~ ,
sale ~
know-how ~ - salvage ~ , -
(. . ), -
- separable ~
labour ~ ; separation ~
;
111
service contract
service ~ , yellow-dog ~ (.) -
; , -
severable ~
several ~ , - contraction 1) (.,
, ); 2)
sham ~ contractor 1) ; 2) -
simple ~ , ,
, building ~
simulated ~ ; cooperative ~ 1) -
, - ; 2)
; defence ~
social ~ federal ~ (.) -
special ~ 1) ;
2) ; independent ~
3) , , original ~
prime ~ ;
specialty ~
spot ~ ( - contradiction 1) , -
), , ; 2)
standard form ~ , ~ of claims -
,
string ~ 1) ; an official ~ of roumours -
2) (pl.)

contradictor ,
terminal ~
trade union ~ - contravention 1) (,
); 2) (, )
, ~ of law ,
turkey ~
contribution 1) -
unenforceable ~ , - , -
- , ; 2) ; 3) -
, ; 4)
unexecuted ~ 1) -
; 2) ~ in money (cash) or in kind
unilateral ~
usurious ~ charitable ~
verbal ~ 1) ; 2) - , -

void ~ general average ~
, , ; -
wagering ~
written ~ , - optional ~

112
conversion
qualified ~ , justiciable ~ , -
; ,
contributor ,
; labour ~
contrivance 1) , - local ~ () , -
; 2) , , (. -
)
fraudulent ~ reasonable ~
contriver ( )
substantial ~ -
control 1) , , -

, , (-
), ; 2) - contumacy 1) ; 2) -
, ; 3) ;
4) actual ~ -
absolute ~ ,
conusance ,
accounting ~ conusee - -
cost ~ ( ) -
crowd ~ -
; conusor , -
exchange ~ , - ( )
convenience 1) ; 2)
exploitive monopolistic ~ - public ~
- convention 1) , ;
2) ; 3) (.)
judicial ~ half-year ~ -
legal ~ , - ;

liquor ~ - conventionary (.) 1) ;
, - 2)

conversation -
parking ~ -

criminal ~ 1) -
rent ~
-
standard cost ~
; 2) -

, -
wage-price ~ -


conversion 1) -
controversion ,
; 2) -
controversy 1) ; (- -
); 2) , ; ; 3) ;
3) 4) , ; 5) -
~ in issue
113
conversion by a trustee
~ by a trustee conviction ,
, co-obligee
co-obligor
~ of application (.) - coparcenary
, -
coparcener ,


fraudulent ~
( )
,
improper ~ of public funds to ones own coparcenery 1)
use - ; 2) -

conveyance 1) , - coparceny
(. ); 2) ( ); -
(. ;
); 3) copartner
~ by record , - copartnership
copartnery (.) -
~ of patent
~ of property - co-party (-
)
absolute ~ - co-plaintiff

co-promisee
antenuptial ~
co-promisor
( )
fraudulent ~ , co-protection
copy 1) (.) -
to draft a ~ -
; 2) ; 3) -
voluntary ~ 1) - ; 4) -
, , ; 5) () -
-
; 2) , ~ of first-hand copy ,
( )
conveyancer , ~ of instrument
; action ~
attested ~
authentic ~
conveyancing 1) -
authenticated ~
, -
chinese ~ (.) , -
-
; -
; 2) -
,

certificated ~
conveyer , (-
close ~
)

114
corporation de jure
competitive ~ (.) copyholder (.) (-
; ,
conformed ~ )
copyright ; -
copyhold ~ (.) (- ; -
, ; ;
)
diplomatic ~ ~ in (industrial) design
disparaging ~
~ reserved -
duplicate ~ , -
ad interim ~
examined ~ , -
common law ~ , -
fair ~ , -
Crown ~ ,
for true ~ , , (-
)
knocking ~ , literary ~ -
, -
statutory ~ , -
legal deposit ~ -
copyrightibility
manuscript ~ ; ,

negotiable ~ - co-respondent
; , -

corner 1) ,
office ~ 1) , -
; 2)
, ; 2) , -
four ~s an instrument -

, ,
pirated ~ ,
,

within four ~s ,
printed ~ of the patent (.) -


privileged ~ - corporation , -
( , , , -
) ,
scribal ~ ~ by prescription
true ~ ,
~ de facto -
verified ~
voucher ~ 1) - ~ de jure
; 2)

115
affiliated corporation
affiliated ~ , sole ~
trading ~
aggregate ~ , - trustee ~ ,

alien ~
business ~ corporator
charitable ~ - corpus (pl., corpora) (.) -
,
civil ~ ( - correction 1) , -
) ; 2) ; 3) -
close ~ -
( - ~ of bill 1)
) ; 2)
collapsible ~ , ; 3) ; 4) -
;
commercial ~ 5) ; 6) -
controlled ~ -
~ of inventorship -
eleemosynary ~ (

family ~ )
insolvent ~ , -
correspondence 1) ;
,
2) ,
joint-stock ~
lay ~ corrodiary (.) ,
moneyed ~ 1) - ,
; 2) ; 3) - corrody (.) ,
, - corrovoration 1) (-
);
multinational ~ ( ); 2) -

non-profit (non-for-profit) ~ - ~ of evidence -
() -
offending ~ , -
ample ~
open ~ - dependent ~ -

private ~ - - independent ~ -

public utility ~ - cosignatory ,
, -
quasi-public ~ - ; -
( - , ( )
)
116
net cost
cost(s) 1) , - amortization ~s
; 2) ;
3) , ; 4) ; amortized ~
5) , average ~
~ and freight average ~ per unit ~s -
~ of action ,
~ of capital below ~
~ of goods sold burden ~s
calculated ~s
~ of living clause commission ~s -

~ of scrap (- committed ~s
), (.: , , -
~s in (of) litigation )
~s in the cause , court ~s
current ~
~s in trial court - double ~s -

~s of administration - estimated ~ -
()
~s of capital deeping - extra ~s ,

~s of completion final ~ , -
~s of inventory
first ~ ,
~s of justice hospitality ~s -
,
~s of lawyer inderect ~s
~s of sales interlocutory ~s -
~s on appeal , -
~s to abide the event -
inventory ~ --
accruing ~s , -
- investment ~s -

acquisition ~ - legal ~s
, marginal ~
actual ~ marketing ~s
actual ~s miscellaneous ~s
all ~s - negligible ~s ,
( ,
) net ~ , -
allocable ~s ( )
allowable ~s
117
original costs of the assets
original ~s of the assets - -
)
overall ~ council 1) ; 2)
party and party ~s - ~ of conciliation -
, - ,

preproduction ~s - ~ of the bar
judicial ~ 1) ; 2)
probable ~ ( )
regular statutory ~s judicial ~ of the circuit
-
restricted ~
reoperation ~s - Trusteeship ~ ()
counsel 1) , ;
replacement ~ - 2) , -
; 3) , ; 4) ,
solicitor and client ~s -
~ at law ( )
spoilage ~s ~ for the Commonwealth

staff ~s ~ for the defendant (the defence) -
statutory ~s - (-
, )
substantial ~s , - ~ for the party
appointed (assigned) ~
taxed ~s
chamber ~ 1) ,
treble ~s 1) (- ,
, , ; 2) , -
); 2)
( ) counselling ~ ,
with ~s -
, divided ~ ,
costing
absorption ~ family ~ ; -

co-stipulator follow-up ~ -
co-surety
co-tenancy , junior ~ 1)
co-tenant , , ; 2)

Kings (Queens) C~ -
cotrustee -

( , -
leading ~
118
counterpart
legal ~ counter-appeal
obtained ~ counter-appellant , -
opposing ~ 1) -
; 2) ( ) counterbond -
Peoples ~ ;
private ~ ,
counter-case ;

-
retained ~
senior ~ countercharge
trial ~ , counter-claim -
( ), ,
counsellor 1) , counter-evidence ,
(
); 2) ;
3) (. ) counterfeit 1) ,
~ at law ; 2) ( -
defence ~ ,
marriage ~ - )
counterfeiting 1) ; 2) -
count 1) ; ( -
; 2) ; )
3) (.) commercial ~ -
~ sur concessit solvere (.) - (., -
- )
counterfoil (, -
general ~ - . .)
counter-interrogation -
money ~
omnibus ~
counter-jetition -
( , -

, )
phantom ~ (., .) counter-letter -
, ( - -
,
countermand 1)
, - , ; 2) -
, (, . .)
, - countermart
, ) counter-offer -
special ~ - ,
counterpart 1) ,
counter (.) ( ); 2) ,
counteraction , ; 3) (, -
counter-affidavit )
119
counter-petition
counter-petition - ~ below
~ in band
counter-plea , ~ not for record ,
counter-proposal -
, ~ of appeals -
counter-question
~ of arbitration , -
counter-security -

;
~ of cassation
countersign , - ~ of Claims (.)
( )
countersignature , ~ of Common Pleas -
( )
countersigning ~ of construction ,
counter-suit
courier , , - ~ of Customs and Patent Appeals (.)
-
course 1) (); 2) ,
, ~ of industrial relations -
~ of business - ,
~ of nisi prius
~ of dealing -
, - ~ of Ordinady -
( )
~ of duty - ~ of Passage , -

~ of justice ( )
~ of law ; - ~ of Protection (
, )
~ of performance ~ of record -
()
due ~ of law ~ of referees
~ of small claims (
due ~ of litigation - -
)
to defeat the ~ of justice ~ of staple
, ~ of Survey -
( -
)
court 1) , , ,
~ of swainmote
; 2) ,
( -
; 3) (.) -
),
, (., )
~ of wards , -
~ above

120
Registers court
~s of pie pudre (of piepoudre, of examining ~ -
piepowd ers)
(, ex parte ~ (.) -
,
) family ~
a ~ of first instance - final ~
full ~ , -
appellate ~ (
) industrial ~
assize ~ inferior ~
audience ~ (- Instance ~ 1) -
, ) , ( -
); 2) (.) -
,
Bail C~ ( -
- ( )
, - justices ~ , -
( )
) kangaroo ~ , -
bankruptcy ~ -
land ~ ;
Barmote ~ -
Land Valuation Appeal ~ -
burlaw ~
( )
circuit ~ lay ~
civil ~ , - lower ~
magistrate(s) ~ , -
civil law ~ ,
commissary ~ 1) maritime ~
; 2) (.) merchants ~
, minor ~
mixed ~
deciding ~ one-judge ~
open ~ 1) -
divided ~ , ; 2)
Orphans ~ 1) -
divorce ~ ( );
2) ( )
domestic ~ prize ~
domestic relations ~ Probate ~
( - Registers ~
) ( )

121
Restrictive Trade Practices court
Restrictive Trade Practices ~ ~ against encumbrances (incumbran-
- ces)
, ~ for further assurance
- -

Salford Hundred ~ ~ for possession
( - ~ for quiet enjoyment -
)
Scottish Land ~ - ~ for title
(
) ~ in law , -
statutory ~ 1) , -
; 2) , - ~ not to compete -

summary ~ 1) - ~ not to sue -
; 2)
Tax ~ () ~ of marriage
traffic ~ , ~ of non-claim -
-
~ of right to convey
trial ~
United States bankruptcy ~ - ~ of seisin

vice-admiralty ~s - ~ of warranty
(
) ~ running with land ,
court-baron -
courtesy 1) -
; 2) ~ running with title ,
court-house
~ to convey
court-room

cousin , ~ to renew -
first ~s
quarter ~s -
absolute ~
second ~s affirmative ~ -
cousin-germane ,
, collateral ~ , -
covenant 1) , , -
; 2) (-
); 3) - concurrent ~s -
, ; 4) , -

122
credit against goods
continuing ~ covenantee 1) ; ,
declaratory ~ - -
; 2)
dependent ~ -
covenantor 1) ; , -
disjunctive ~ - ; 2) -

executed ~ , cover 1) ();
2) ( , ); 3) -
executory ~ - ;
~ for a draft
express ~ - cash ~
full ~
full ~ - gold ~
provisional ~ -
implied ~ -
, under separate ~ -
independent ~s -
coverage 1) ; ;
inherent ~ , - , -
; 2) (., );
intransitive ~ , - 3) ; 4) (., -
)
joint ~
coverture 1) -

; 2) ,
mutual and independent ~s -
cover-up
negative ~ covin -
( )
particular ~s -
cowie 1) (.) -
real ~ 1) , - -
; , ; 2)
2) crash ,
restrictive ~ (- stockmarket ~
) , - creancor/creancer
credential ,
several ~ -

credentials 1) -
specific ~ -
; 2) ,
, -
credit 1) , ; 2) ;

3) ; 4)
transitive ~ , -
~ against goods

123
credit of ones name
~ of ones name revolving ~ 1) -
~ of witness ; 2) -
~ of witness in a particular case -
- short-term ~
sight ~ ,
~ on easy terms ,

~ to income , standby ~
tax ~ ,
acceptance ~
blank ~ , tied ~
trade ~
cash ~ usurious ~
clean ~ , crediting
creditor ,
commercial ~ 1) - ~ at large ,
; 2)
confirmed ~ - ~ by priority
,
consumer ~
export ~ bona fire judgement ~ , -
extortionate ~ -
final payment against ~s
bond ~ -
general ~ of witness -
book ~
import ~ catholic ~ (.) , -
instalment ~
certificate ~ , -
intermediate-term ~ -

lax ~ double ~ , -
long term ~
medium-term ~ execution ~ ,
mortgage ~
open ~ general ~ -
paper ~ , -
joint ~s , ,
public ~
reimbursement ~ -- judgement ~ ,
( -
, - junior ~ , -
) -
,
124
cross-interrogatory(ies)
lien ~ , - crimination
; crook ,
cross (.)
preferred ~ , - double ~ ,
cross-action , -
prior ~
secondary ~ (.) ,
cross-appeal

secured ~ , - cross-appellant
; -
cross-application -
senior ~ , -
- cross(-)bill 1) (-
; ; ) ;
, 2) ; 3)
cross-claim 1) -
several ~s , , ; 2)
( )
single ~ , - cross-defendant -

to secure a ~ - cross-demand

cross-designation of record -
unprivileged ~

; , -


cross-errors 1) , -
unsecured ~ ,
;
; -
2) ,
, -

warrant ~ , - cross-examination
-
~ to credit

creditworthiness -
~ to the issue

, -
crib
,
crier (of court)
cross-examiner ,
crime , -

crossing ()
~ mala prohibite
cross-interrogation
( )

constructive ~ , -
(-) - cross-interrogatory(ies) 1) -
, - ; 2) -

125
cross-licensing
cross-licensing (- transaction ~
) treasury ~
cross-opposition - curtesy (
, ) -
cross-proceeding(s) -
curtilage ,
cross-question ,
custodian 1) , ;
cross-questioning 2) ,
document ~
cumulation custodianship , -

curator 1) (.) ; 2) - custodier
( - custody 1) , ; 2) -
) , , ; 3) , -
cure ; 4)
~ by verdict alternating ~
-

~-no pay - civil ~
( ) documents ~
currency 1) , ; 2) ideal ~ -
, ; 3) -
illegal ~
~ of account ,
interim ~ 1) , -
~ of contract 1) ; ; 2) ,
2)
agreement ~ joint ~ -
blocked ~
common ~ judicial ~ 1) ;
convertible ~ ()- 2)
lawful (legal) ~
depreciated ~ parental ~
domestic ~ () - proper ~ (-
)
functional ~ safe ~ , , -
hard ~ ;
special ~
key ~ , to have in ~ 1) ; 2) -
soft ~ ,
sound ~ , to have in ~ on a warrant

126
alternative damages
custom , ~s in general business activities -
~ of merchants , -
boom-and-bust ~ ,
~ of the port , -
control ~ -
~ of the trade , -
customer-calling ~
commercial ~
marriage ~s delivery ~
special ~ 1) ; 2) - investment ~
turnover ~ ()
Ulster (tenant-right) ~ -
-
( )
customary - D
( ) damage(s) 1) (pl.) ; 2) (pl.)
customer , , - ,
; 3) , ,
final ~ () - ~ done
~ per crime ,
initial ~ , -
undisclosed ~ -
~s at large -
cut ,
price ~ ~s to person
relief ~ ~s ultra -
cutback , ,
~ to property , -
~ of spending
cutcherry (.) actual ~ 1) ,
cutting ; , ; 2) (pl.) ,

cost ~ , added ~s
aggravated ~s -
rate ~ ; -
aggregate ~
selective prise ~ - agreed ~s
agreed and liquidated ~s 1) -
;
cycle () , -
2)
,
alternative ~s -
~ of money
( -
~ of reproduction -
)

127
amenity damages
amenity ~s -
)
anticipatory ~s great ~
apprehended ~ imaginary ~s
bodily ~ incidental ~
by way of ~s indirect ~s
intervening ~s ,
civil ~s -
irreparable ~ 1)
claimed ~ ; 2) (pl.) ,
compensable ~s ,
land ~s -
compensatory ~s ,
, liquidated ~s -
concealed ~ ( ; ;
) (
consequential ~s )
contemptuous ~s - malicious ~ -
( , -
- money (pecuniary) ~s -
, - ,
, , , moral ~
) necessary ~s
continuing ~ ( -
direct ~s
double ~s - )
nominal ~s ,
excessive ~s - , -

exemplary (presumptive/punitive/ patent ~s 1) (.) -
punitory/vindicative) ~s - ; 2)
; , penal ~s
permanent ~s -
exemplary or punitive ~s
property ~ 1) , -
expectancy ~s - ; 2) (pl.)

fee ~s prospective ~s ; -

( proximate ~s
) remote ~s
forseeable ~
general ~s (- rescissory ~s -
-
128
data of trial
riotous ~ , - damage-feasant -

sentimental ~ , damnification ,
( ,
) damnum absque injuria (.) -
special ~s ,
, - damnum emergens (.) -

specific ~ , -
damp ;
,
to cash a ~ upon trade
speculative ~s

statutory ~s ,
Daniel (.)
stipulated ~s ~ come to judgement-upon -
()
substantial ~s , - danism
data , ,
temporary ~s - aggregate capital ~ -

to ask for ~s assets-size ~ -

to assess ~s - available ~ , -

to lay ~s - balance sheet ~
; date , , ,
to pay ~s ~ of appearance ( )
to recover ~s ~ of cleavage -

to repair/to pay/ the ~s ~ of decision , -

to suffer ~s ~ of issue 1) ; 2)
to undo the ~ ,
~ of judg(e)ment -
tremble ~s
~ of maturity (., ),
unliquidated ~s -
; (- ~ of performance ,
-
, ~ of record -

unrepaired ~ ~ of signature (.,
vindictive ~s , )
(- ~ of trial -
)
129
date of verdict
~ of verdict ~ of grace ; -
agreed-upon delivery ~ - ; , -
-
ante-~ 1) , , -
(, ~s in court
.); 2) , ~s respite ;

applicable ~ , - account ~ ; -
, -

appointed ~ 1) ; active ~s
2) adjournment ~ , -
bearing ~ , -
affirmance- ~ -general (.) ,
contract ~ , -
-
controlling ~
copyright ~ -
appearance ~ ,
delivery ~
due ~ business ~ , -
effective ~ ;
, - calendar ~ 1) ;
2)
expiration ~ civil ~
closing ~
final ~ commission ~ -
imprint ~ ,
interest ~ court ~ -
lodg(e)ment ~ (., - , , -
, )
qualifying ~ , excluded ~ , -
-
judicial ~
reciprocity ~ (.) juridical ~
( -
) law ~ 1) ( -
value ~ ) ; 2)
dation , lay ~s ,

day 1) , ; 2) legal ~ -
~ in court 1) , mean solar ~
; 2) non-judicial ~

130
debt(s)
order ~ - dealership , ; ,
( -
) to grant ~ -
paper ~ , -
to withdraw ~
peremptory ~ , -
dealing 1) , , -
quarter ~ (, , , ,
- ; 2) (pl.)
) clandestine ~ ,
return ~ , -
stock exchange ~s
settlement ~ dean ,
, D~
term ~ 1) ; D~ of Arches -
2) ,
(, . .) D~ of Faculty -
trading ~ ( )
trial ~ debarment ,
working ~s
debate(s) , ,
dayman 1) ; 2) - ,
, , - forensic ~ ,

dead-hand , - debenture 1) -
, ; 2) -
deadline
dead-pledge convertible ~
deal 1) ; 2)
compensation ~ customs ~

package ~ , - mortgage ~

to make ~ sincing fund ~ , -
dealer 1) , ; 2) -
; 3)
exchange ~ subordinate ~
illicit ~ ; , -
debit ,
debt(s) 1) , . . ;
real estate ~ - , , ; 2)
; 3)
security ~ , -
;

131
debt by simple contract
~ by simple contract installment ~ , -

~ of record , interest ~
judgement ~ , -
~s of deferred maturity -
legal ~ 1) , -
~s repayable in annual installments ; 2)
, -
liquid ~ (-
active ~ 1) , )
; 2) liquidated ~ 1) ;
ancestral ~ , - 2) , -

antecedent ~ - mercantile ~
mortgage ~
bad ~s ; , mutual ~s
outstanding ~ -
bonded ~ , - ,
passive ~ 1) , -
book ~ , ; 2)
play ~ ,
community ~
consumer ~ preferential (preferred) ~ -
contract(ed) ~ ( )
convertible ~ privileged ~ -
crown ~ ( -
) pure ~ (.) (-
due (matured) ~ , )
recoverable ~ ,
false ~ (
, - secured ~
) simple ~ , -
fiduciary ~
floating ~ ; , specialty ~ -

fraudulent ~ , to acknowledge a ~
to cancel ~s
free of ~ to collect ~s ,
funded ~ , - to discharge a ~ ()

gaming ~ , - to get into ~s
to incur a ~
hypothecary ~ , to meet ~s ()

132
impugned decision
to owe a ~ deception
to recover a ~ caught in a ~
to retire ~s decerniture ,
to settle ~
to sink a ~ decision ,
total ~ (),
unsecured ~ ~ in the action
debtee ~ in X v. Y -
debtor 1) ; 2) ; Y
3) ~ on the merits
absconding ~ , - (, )
~ on the substance (merits) of the case
discharged ~ ,
~ under the statute , -
fraudulent ~ , -
- adverse ~ ,

insolvent ~ - arbitral ~
authoritative ~ 1) -
joint ~s ; , - ; 2) ()

judgement ~ , - case ~
; - conclusive ~ ( -
)
liquidating ~ -
court ~
poor ~ definitive ~
primary ~ disposition ~
principal ~ 1) ; (, )
2) disputed ~ ,
( )
several ~s , executive ~

sudry ~s favourable ~ -
decay , , , ,
final ~ 1) ;
decease , 2)
decedent final and conclusive ~

deceit 1) , -
flat ~
; 2)
immunity ~


by ~ ,
impugned ~ -
decency ,
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interim decision
interim ~ ~ in lieu of an oath , -
judges ~
judicial ~ ~ of absence
landmark ~
, ; - ~ of bankruptcy/of insolvency -
,
~ of death
legal ~
majority ~ ~ of forfeiture -
(
motivated ~ )
plea-bargaining ~ , ~ of insolvency -

previous ~ , ~ of intent ,

reasoned ~ ~ of intention 1) -
reported ~ , , ; 2) (.) -
-
sentencing ~ -
~ of majority -
state ~
the ~ is pending - ~ of priority (.) (-
)
to reach a ~ 1) ; ~ of trust -
2)
unreported ~ 1) , - ~ of will 1) ; 2) -
;
2) , , - common-law ~ -
, . .
waiver ~ () - dying ~
equivocal ~ -
declarant 1) (, ,
. .), ; 2) false ~
declaration 1) , . . - legitimacy ~ -
; 2) - ()
( ); 3)
negative ~ ,
~ against interest
pedigree ~ -
~ by authority - ( )
positive ~ ,
~ in chief -
positive ~ of authority

134
dedimus
post-testamentary ~ of testator - (,
- . .),
~ of restriction
statutory ~
( ) ~ of the court , -
to utter ~ , , ,
true ~ , -
~ pro confesso
untrue ~ , -
absolute ~ , -
declarator (.) (
, , - )
adverse ~
declination (.)
consent ~ -
declinature (.) -
, -
() dative ~ (.)

deconsecration 1) ;
deficiency ~ -
2)

~ of divorce -
divorce ~

final ~ ( -
~ of lunacy
)

foreclosure ~ 1) -

-
de computo (.) ; 2)

decree , , - pronounce a ~
(), , decreet (.)
(), , ~ absolvitor (.) -
~ in equity , -
- ~ condemnator (.)

~ nisi (.) -
dedication 1) (-
(. ; -
); 2) (.)
,
, -
-
-
)
,
~ of distribution -


~ of insolvency - dedimus , -
-
~ of nullity -

135
deduction
deduction 1) , ; ~ of settlement -
2) , ; 3) , , -
; 4) , ~ of transfer ,
depreciation ~ ;

rat(e)able from pay ~s ~ of trust

deed 1) , , , absolute ~ 1)
; 2) ; 3) , ; 2)
; 4) -
~ in fee - ( )
- assignment ~ ,

~ mortis causa (.) defeasible ~ , -

~ of accession (.) - forged ~s
- gratuitous ~
- morgage ~ ,
quitclaim ~ , -
~ of agency -

~ of arrangement - tax ~

~ of assignment title ~ ,
~ of conveyance - ( -)
, to draw up a ~
~ of covenant trust ~ -
( -
~ of defeasance , - )
- valid ~ ,

~ of distruction -
deed-poll
~ of gift , -
deemster ,
~ of protest - ( )
defalcation 1) -
~ of real estate ; ; 2) -

~ of release - defalcator

defamation (-
~ of separation -


),

136
defence of laches
~ of character defeasance 1) , -
malicious ~ - , ; 2) ; -
(
default 1) ; - )
; defeat 1) , ;
2) ; - 2) ( . .)
; ; 3) , defect ; ; -
-; 4) ; 5) - ; ,
~ in process -
~ at trial
~ in appearance ( ) ~ of form ,
~ in payment
~ of appearance ~ of proceedings -
~ of defence -
~ of substance ,
~ of issue -
~ of title
~ of payment apparent ~(s) (), -
~ of pleading - () , () ()
formal ~
~ on debt legal ~ ,
~ on interest
~ on obligations - defence 1) ; 2) -
; 3)
by ~ - ; ;
; 4) , -
in ~ of payment ; 5)
on ~ , - ~ of alibi
~ of appeal
to be in ~ ~ of duress -
to claim ~
~ of extreme necessity -
to go by ~ - ,

to make ~ 1) (- ~ of inadmissibility
); 2)
to suffer a ~ - ~ of irrelevance
()
willfull ~ ~ of irresponsibility

defaulter 1) , - ~ of laches -
; 2) , - ( , -
; 3) -
)
137
defence of minority
~ of minority - -

~ of mistake - necessity ~ (-
)
~ of pregnancy negative ~
objective ~ -
~ of privilege -
open ~ -
~ of property ,
~ of superior order peremptory ~ -
- ,

~ to counterclaim points of ~

affirmative ~ , - pretermitted ~ , -

available ~ - private ~ ( ) -

civil ~ sham ~ , -
complete ~ ( ,
dilatory ~ , )
( ) special ~
error facti ~ -
state ~ -
full ~ ;
to be heard in ones ~ -
good ~ 1) , ( -
; 2) )
to conduct ~
good faith ~
invalidity ~ to conduct ones own ~
(., )
issuable ~ to establish ~ -

legal ~ to forestall a ~ -
legality ~ -
to lead for the ~
licence ~ - to maintain ~
( -
) to make ~
meritorious ~ - to raise ~ -
,
misuse ~ to set up ~
to support ~
138
deforceor
to support ~ of procedural law - United States ~ 1) , -
- ; 2) -

to support ~ of sustantive law - unrepresented ~
-
- defendant-patient , -
valid ~ 1)
; 2) - defender 1) (.)
, - ; 2)
defensor 1) ; 2) ;
defendant 3)
~ in attendance defiance ;
()
~ in error ~ of law
~s joined for trial , in ~ of ,
deficiency , -
, , -
aggrieved ~ , - ~ of law ,
~ of specification
antitrust ~ (.) - ()
legal ~
civil ~ to correct a legal ~ -
cooperative ~
( - to make up ~
)
deficit , , ;
corporate ~ -
; -
federal ~ (.) -


definition , ,
impecunious (indigent) ~ ,

-
judicial ~
,
legal ~

legislative ~ -
multiple ~ 1) , -


; 2) (pl.) - deflation ,

numerous ~s deforcement 1) -
prospective ~ , ,
putative ~ ; 2)
several ~s ; 3) (.) -
state ~
to find for (against) ~
() deforceor

139
deforciant
deforciant inordinate ~
ordinate ~
defraudation , ; pre-arrest ~ -
(-)
defrayal , reasonable ~ , -
defrayer
to ask for a ~
degeneration , -
to grant a ~

unreasonable ~ , -
~ of trademark -

( )
without ~ , -
degree 1) , ; 2) ,
() without undue ~ -
~ of consanguinity ,

del credere (.) (-
~ of inventiveness -
-
, -
)
,
~ of jurisdiction delegant , -
~ of newness -
~ of proof
~s of kin delegation 1) ()
~s of negligence
civil ~ , ; 2) , (-
Levitical ~ , - ); 3) ,
~ of powers -
relation ~
prohibited (forbidden) ~s - trade ~
, deletion , ,
delay 1) , , - ( )
; 2) ; 3) ; deliberation 1) , -
, ; 2)
~ in appeal - jurys ~
to recess for ~
~ in delivery ; to retire for ~ -
( )
~ in performance - delict , , -

~ in trial 1) - delineation 1) ;
; 2) - 2) ,
delinquency 1) ,
~ on appeal 1) - ; 2) -
; 2) , (, ); 3) -
,
140
express demand
computer ~ , - ~ pursuant to a contract

contractual ~ , absolute ~ of deed -
, -
counsels ~ ,

detected ~ - additional ~s -

infant ~ forward ~
juvenile court ~ legal ~ , -

manual ~ ,
minimal ~ -
( short ~
, , - to delay ~
. .) to make ~ of a commodity -
deliverance 1) (.) -
; 2) (.) , - to take ~ , -
- (, )
; 3) , to take ~ of a commodity
; 4) - , -

deliveries demand 1) , , ,
counter ~ ; 2) ;
credit ~ 3) ; 4)
delayed ~ - ~ and supply
~ for relief -
obligatory ~ ;
reciprocal ~ ~ in reconvention -
reparation ~
delivery 1) , after ~
; 2) , , civil ~ -
(); 3) -
(); 4) (); civil investigative ~ (.) -
5) () -
~ by installments
counter ~ ,
~ in escrow
( cross ~ (-
- )
) enforcement ~s , -
~ of complete factory equipment -
express ~

141
independent demand
independent ~ - demurrage ( . .),
, , ,
investigative ~ ,
, - demurrant , -
, -
; ,
lawful ~
legal ~ - demurrer ,
-
liquidated ~ ; , -
on ~ ;
~ to evidence (
on ~ after date - )
~ to interrogatory -
opposite ~ ,
personal ~ (
) general ~
to hold a ~ against smb. , -
-
to pay on ~ 1) - parol ~ -
; 2) - ( -
)
unliquidated ~ - speaking ~
-
demandant
demander ; special ~ - -
demesne ; - ; -
; , -
; (
) denial 1) , , -
~ as of fee ; 2) , ,

ancient ~ 1) ; ~ of discharge
2) (.) , - ( )
- ~ of export privileges
-
; 3) (.) , - ~ of fault/of ones guilt
- ()
(1006 .) ~ of justice
Royal ~ ~ of public right -
demise 1)
; 2) - ~ of right ;
;

142
deposition
~ of tariff concessions - deposit 1) , ;
; ;
~ under oath () ; 2) , -
; 3) , ( ); 4) -
bare ~ ( );
conjunctive ~ - 5) (-
, ,
flat ~ )
general ~ - ~ at short notice
, - ~ for hire -

specific ~ ~ of title-deeds -
; , -
bank ~ ,
denigration 1) ; 2) - demand ~
equitable ~
denomination 1) , - -
; 2)
~ of applicant - fixed ~
general (irregular) ~ -,
denunciation 1) ; 2) -
, , ; 3) - involuntary ~ 1) ;
, ; (- 2)
) naked ~

departure 1) -
regular ~ ,

savings ~
; 2) (.) ;
sight ~
3) , ( -
special ~ ,
, , -
specific ~ ,
. .); ; -

-
time ~

transferable ~s -
dependence 1) -
(, ); 2) -
depositation 1) (.) ,
; 3) , -
, ; 2) , -
,
; 3) ( )
dependent
deposition 1) () -
personal ~ -
; ; 2)

; 3)
deponent , - , -
; , - , ; 4) , -
; , - , ; 5) -

143
deposition in evidence
~ in evidence - derelict 1) ;
2) , -
~ of testimony -
dereliction 1) , -
oral ~ ; 2) , (-
pretrial ~ 1) ); 3)
- ~ of duty ,
; 2) (, -
, ) - derogation 1) (-
. .); 2) ()
sworn ~ ~ of the powers -

to take ~ in ~ of ,
descendant ,
depositor ; ; - collateral ~
; , - direct (lineal) ~

depository 1) , ; descendibility , -
2) ;
depot , descent 1) ,
sales ~ ;
supply ~ 2)
wholesale ~ ~ of property in the female line -
deprecation ;
depreciation ; - collateral ~
,
~ of capital
~ though inflation - direct (lineal) ~ 1)
; 2) -
deprivation ; -
description ; ;
~ of consortium -
, - complete ~ of evidential items

~ of necessities - trade ~ ()
desertion
~ of property - ~ and non-support
, -
~ of rights , -
, ~ of pauper
de recordo et processu mittendis (.)
design ; ;

144
determination of proceeding(s)
ornamental ~ - detainee ,
( - ,
) detainer 1)
patentable ~ (.) ; 2) -
; 3) (-
patented ~ (.) )

registered ~ forcible ~ -
, (, )
trademark ~ - to let the ~ stand -
,
designation 1) ; 2) - detainment
, , - detention 1) , (-
( ); 3) ; ) ; 2) -
4) , ,
ad interim ~ ; 3) -
, ,
service ~ ~ on remand -
trade ~
designee ~ until the trial -
-
despatch (dispatch) 1) ;
2) ; 3) , - detention awaiting trial (temporary) ~

unfounded ~ -
~ of business , - ,
voluntary ~
customary ~ -
, - determination 1) ; 2) -
(); 3) , -
reasonable ~ - (); 4)
~ of adverse claim
desperado (, - -
- ,
)
~ of guilt ,
destination , -

~ of indigency , -
destruction 1) ; 2) -
; 3) - ~ of law 1) ,
; 2)
~ of action , ( )
~ of proceeding(s) -
property ~
145
bail determination
bail ~ , fraudulent ~
infringing ~ (.)
final ~ , -
unlawful ~ -
initial ~
procedural ~ - devise 1) ,
; 2) , -
restitution ~ - , -
; 3)
waiver ~ - contingent (executory) ~ -
-
determiner (.) , -
, general ~
detinue 1)
() () - lapsed ~ ,
; 2) - ; -
, - , -

detraction residuary ~ -
detractor , -
-
detriment , ,

to the ~ of -
specific ~ -
-
-
devastation 1) -
(
devisee
. .), ;
,
2)
first ~ -
devastavit 1) -
residuary ~ ( -
; 2) - ) -
, -

deviation , . . deviser 1) , -
; 2)
device 1) , - devisor
, ; 2) ,
devolution
accused ~ (.) , -
(, )
-

, ( ) -
dialect
advertising ~ , - the lawyers ~ -
(
) dicker ,
146
written direction
dictate , diffusion ; -
dictation 1) ; 2)
dictum (.) ; - ~ of investment -
, -
; , digama (digamy)
- digamist ,
; -
, - digression (
)
gratis ~ (.) - dijudication

obiter ~ (.) 1) - dilapidation(s) 1) , -
(); 2)
judicial ~ () - ; 2) -
, ; 3)
( -
diddeisor , - )
(-) to pay for ~s
dies (.) , -
~ juridicus (.)
diligence 1) -
~ non (juridicus) (.) - ; 2) (.)
-
diet 1) (.) ; 2) ;
; 3) ; 3) (.) -
4)
difference , - dilution (
, , -
~ in field (.) )
diminition ,
legal ~ (,
to arrange a ~ , - )
dimission
to decide the ~ -
direction 1) , -
,
; 2) , ; 3) ,
to settle ~ -
, , ;
,
4)
to speculate in ~s (.)
~ in case of need


to split the ~ , -
(judges) ~ to the jury (-
; ,
)

verbal ~
written ~
147
disability
disability 1) ; - disbursement 1) ; 2) -
; 2) - ,
; - discharge 1) ( -
; 3) ; ); 2) ;
; 4) 3) , (-
~ of infancy , ); 4) ,
(); 5) ();
~ of judge 1) - 6) ( ); 7) -
; 2) ; 8) ,
partial ~
pensionable ~ , ~ for inaptitude -

permanent ~ (- ~ of contract ;
) ( -
) ~ of debt
temporary ~ - ~ of debtor

total ~ ~ of defendant -
disablement 1) , -
; 2) - ~ of duty ; -

disadvantage 1) - ~ of grand jury -
, ; 2) , ( )
legal ~ - ~ of jury
( ) -
disaffirmance , -
; , - ~ of surety -

disageement - absolute ~ 1) -
, ,
( . .); 2) -
disallowance , , -
(-

); 3) -
disappropriation -
conditional ~ -
disarrangement , -
, final ~ , -
~ of settlement relations -
lawful ~ -
disavowal 1) ; 2) -
, ; 3) safe ~ ( -
disbarment ), -
, - ,

148
to acquire discretion
suspensive ~ - discount 1) , ;
- 2) ; 3) ; 4)

unconditional ~ , discovert ,
discoverture ,
discipline 1) , ; ( )
2) discovery 1) ()
exact (harsh) ~ , ; 2) ;
stern (strict) ~ 3) ( )
disclaimer 1) ( - ~ of documents 1) -
), ; 2) ; 2)
; ~ of evidence
;
3) , (, ) ~ of law ,
terminal ~ - ( )
omnibus pretrial ~
disclosure ; ; )
; pretrial ~ -
~ of agreement
discredit 1) ; 2) -
~ of alibi ; 3) () -
~ of document 1) -
; 2) - discrepancy , ,
,
~ of evidence - price ~
,
discretion 1) ,
~ of information 1) -
; 2)
; 2)
~ of the court
~ of invention 1) -
abused ~ -
, ; 2) -
,

at the ~
mandatory ~ -
judicial ~ ,
()

unclaimed patent ~ -
legal ~ ,
, ,

; -
reasonable ~
,
restrained ~ -
, -
,

sentencing ~ -
discontinuance 1) -
(. sound ~ , -
); 2)
involuntary ~ - to acquire ~

149
unrestrained discretion
unrestrained ~ - -
, -
disinvestment -
discrimination 1) -
; 2) , dismissal 1) ();
; ( ); 2) (); 3) -
employment ~ ,
~ agreed -
illegal (unlawful) ~ -
~ of action 1) ,
discussion 1) ; - ; 2)
; , ; 2) - ~ of a jury
~ of appeal ;
( -
); 3) - ~ of case
~ of licence
( - ~ of review (-
, - )
) ~ without prejudice
disengagement 1) ;
2)
disentail ~ with prejudice

disentailment -
lawful ~ 1) -
, ; 2) -
disestablishment

disherison prejudicial ~ -
disheritance
dishonesty 1) ; -
, ; 2) ; pretrial ~
3) summary ~ ()
employee ~ -
voluntary ~ -
dishono(u)r 1) ; 2)
wrongful ~ 1) -
disinherison , ; 2) -
disinheritance
disinterestedness - dismission ; ;
; ; -
disparagement 1) ; 2) -
disintermidation - , ; 3) ,

150
in dissent
~ of competitor the ~s of the statute (-
, - )
dispossession 1) -
(); 2) -
dispensation 1) , - ; ( . .)
, disproof -
, -
; , ; 2) - dispute
() family ~
~ of justice industrial ~
marriage ~ - inter-union ~ -

disponent justiciable ~ ; ,
disposal 1) ();
(); (); labour ~
2) , (, - land ~
); 3) , persons in ~ 1) , -
; 2)
disposition 1) , - reasonable ~
(, ); 2) to settle ~ -
(), (- ,
); 3) , trade ~
; 4) , , disqualification 1) -
~ of case , , ; 2) -
; 3) , -
~ of funds ; 4) , ;
~ of offender , ,
age ~ - -
~ of profits
contentious ~ - disquisition -
, ()
(, , )
courts ~ of the case -
disrespect

~ for law , -
delinquent ~ -

, -
disseisee ,
former ~ ,
disseisin ( -
post-mortuary ~ - ) -

previous (prior) ~ , - dissent ,
, ( )
testamentary ~ - in ~

151
dissenter
dissenter distribution 1) , . .
~ from court , - ( -
); 2) (.) -
~ from judg(e)ment , ()
- ~ in liquidation

dissentient , - ~ of estates , -
-
disseraination , ~ of justice
() final ~
dissolution 1) ; 2) -
(); 3) , tentative ~ -
; 4) ; 5)
~ of a treaty distributor ; ;
~ of marriage ; -
voluntary ~ 1) - ; ; ,
; 2) -
distinctiveness ( , ,
(., ) )
distinctness district
(., ) assessment ~ -
, -
distortion ()
-
distrainee ,
() judicial ~

distringas 1)
distrainer , - ; 2)
-

disturbance -
distrainment (distraint)
~ of franchise -
; - ,
family ~ -
under ~ ( ) ; , -
distress 1) , -
; 2) - disuse (, -
; - . .)
; 3) , -
diversion ,
-
,

~ of goods
to levy a ~ ,
~ of waters ,
( )

distributee ( -
diversity 1) , ;
)
152
undefended divorce
2) ~ of labour
~ of practice ~ of opinion -
,
Admiralty D~
divestiture (- ,
, , ) ( )
dividend Divorce D~ -
accrued ~(s) 1) , ( )
; , even ~ of votes
; 2) -
, Family D~
( )
accumulated ~s Probate D~ -
; ( -
asset ~ (- )
) substantive ~s (-
cash ~ )
comulative ~s - divorce ,
~ a mensa et thoro -
consent ~ , -
constructive ~
( )
contributory ~ - ~ a vinculo matrimonii -
( ) (
deferred ~s )
extra ~ ~ by proxy
passed ~ absolute ~ 1) ,
; 2)
preferred ~ - defended ~

scrip ~ , international ~ ,
-
limited ~ -
share ~ , -
stock ~
unpaid ~ migratory ~
year-end ~ - ( -
, - ,
)
division 1) , , - out-of-state ~
; ; ; 2) , , ( -
; 3) , - )
undefended ~

153
divorcee
divorcee , - deviation ~
( ), -
divorcement 1) ;
2) (.) - exhaustion (by sale) ~ (.) -
( -
( - )
) family purpose ~ -
divorcer 1) -
(, ); 2) , ,

docket (.) 1) , - functionality ~ -
; 2) , ( -
; 3) , ,
; - , -
- ,
; , )
; - infection ~
; ( - ( )
) internal ~
appearance ~

civil ~ - second(ary) meaning ~
( -
judgement ~ - -
,
motion ~ , -
on the ~ , - , -
, -
trial ~ ,
)
doctrine , ,
stare decisis ~
alter ego ~


work made for hire ~ -
attractive nuisance ~ -
, (-
-
,
, -
, -

-
common employment ~ -
, ,
( -
-

)
, -
) document
continuous transportation ~ - ~ in evidence , -

154
matrimonial domicile
~ obtained by process , - doing ,
dole 1) (.) ; 2)
~ of incorporation -
domain 1) -
~ of title (to the goods) - ; 2) ,
;
~ read in evidence , - ~ of law , -

~s of the case in court - eminent ~ -
,
~ under seal exclusive ~ 1) -
autograph ~ signed - ( ); 2) -

contested ~ territorial ~ 1) -
counterfeit ~ ; 2) ,
evidential ~ ,
domestication -
forged ~ ,

domicile 1) (),
incriminating ~
; 2)
legal ~
, () -
questioned ~

shipping ~s ,
~ by birth

~ by choice
ships ~s
~ by operation of law -
testamentary ~ , -
,
; -
~ of choice (of origin)

( )
to settle ~
~ of succession , -
to suppress ~
-
to surrender ~s -

civil ~ ( -
to tender ~s
)
vessel ~s commercial ~ -
documentation 1) , - , -
; 2) , -
domestic (municipal) ~ -
additional ~ 1) - , -
; 2)
, - elected ~ (-

doer , , )
; , ; - matrimonial ~ -

155
native domicile
native ~ doomster 1) (.) ;
natural ~ - 2) (.)
dormancy -
original ~ 1) -
; 2) , - dos ( )
dot (.)
personal ~ (
dotation 1) , ;
)
2)
quasi-national ~ -
dower
trade ~ , , - doweress (.) ,

domiciliation - downfall
, downy , ,
dominion ; ; one-time ~ies
draft 1) ; 2) -
exercised ~ ,
approved ~
donatary bank (bankers) ~ , -
donatio mortis causa (.) ;

bill ~
donation 1) , -
clean ~
; 2)
demand ~ , -
donatory ,
, documentary ~
donee 1) , ; ; , -
2) , -
; long ~ ,
3) , ; , presentation ~ ,
-
return ~ -
doner ,
sham ~ sight ~ , -
donor 1) , ; ;
2) , time ~
~ intestate , to issue ~
drafting -
~ testate , , -
claim ~ 1) -
doom (.) , ; 2) (.)
doomsday
doomsman draftsman

156
death duty
draw dun -
drawback , ; -
; ; ; - duplicate 1) , -
; 2) -
drawee ;
drawer , , - 3)
~ of exchange
drawing (); - duplicity -
( ); ; ;
, ; ; -
~ in a set -

duply (.) -
drink-drive - , -

drinking duration , (-
legal ~ , . .)
~ of recommitment , -
underage ~
duress(e)
droit 1) , - ~ of goods -
; (.) -
; 2) (pl.) ; 3) (pl.) economic ~

drop , to do something under ~
~ of prices
duces tecum (.) duressor , -

duty 1) , , -
dud (.) , - , ; 2) , ,
~ enjoined by law , -

due , , ,
~ for revenue
annual ~ , , -
~ free ,
,
~ of detraction -
port ~s
-
regular ~ -

, , ;
civilian ~
dues - contractual ~ -
, ,
dumping ; contrary to a ~
death ~

157
disclosure duty
disclosure ~ 1) retained ~
; 2) (.) subsidiary ~
( - earsement , -
)
discretionary ~ - ~ by implication

elected for a ~ - ~ by prescription
~ in gross
estate ~ ~ of access
excise ~ , ~ of convenience
inheritance ~
judicial ~ , - ~ of natural support -

legal ~ ~ of necessity
succession ~ affirmative ~ -
( ),
tack ~ (.)
to accomplish the ~ - apparent ~
appurtenant ~ ;
dwelling , , -
dyvour (.) , -
continuous ~
discontinuing ~ -

discontinuous ~ -
E
exclusive ~
earles-penny (earls penny)
implied ~
earmarking , - intermittent ~
negative ~
earner , - private or public ~ -

earnest public ~
earnings , , quasi ~
~ before interest and taxes reciprocal negative ~ -

~ per share reserved ~
excess ~ secondary ~ -
export ~ ( -
fully diluted ~ per share );
ear-witness , -
net ~ after taxes - , ; -

158
election
edition 1) ; 2) , - to give further ~
, to give into ~
copyright ~ , - to leave no ~s -

enlarged ~ , - to take ~
effectiveness 1) ;
official ~ 1) ; 2)
2) , investigative ~ -

original ~ judicial ~
seized ~
unauthorized ~ , law ~ , -

unofficial ~ 1) - law enforcement ~
; 2) ; -
legal ~ -
effect 1) , ; 2) -
, , , , - procedural ~
, ; 3) ;
; 4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) - remedial ~
()
adverse ~ effectuation
binding ~ (- ~ of arrest
, . .) efficiency , -
delaying ~
deterrent ~ ( - ~ of labour
) - efflux(ion) 1) ();
; , - 2)

ejection , -
evidential ~

feedback ~ of income upon investment
ejectment 1) , -
further ~ (- ; 2)
, , ) ( ); 3)
in ~ ( , - ; 4)
, ) ; 5) -
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ; - equitable ~
justice ~
movable ~s ejector ,
personal ~s ()
portable ~s casual ~ -
to come into ~
to give ~ to ~ election
159
election of remedies
~ of remedies ; 3) -
elegit (.) 1) -
- ( ,
(); 2) , - )
- eloigner 1) , -
, - ; 2) , -
; 3)
( ,
)
element 1) , ; emancipation ,
2) ; 3) (); 4) (pl.) - -
, , - embargo 1) , , -
~ of claim (.) ; 2)

~ of introduction - absolute ~ , -
; , -
essential ~ ,
hostile ~
eligibility ( to lift the ~
- embezzlement -
) ;
age ~ - embezzler ,
embracer , -
definite ~ ,
-
indefinite ~ , -
( , . .) -
embracery -

-
limited ~

unlimited ~ - emergence ;
emergency ;
eliment , ;

elimination , -
, , emissary ,
elisor 1) , - emission , -
;
; 2) , emolument ; ;
( ; ; ,
) emparlance
elogium
eloign 1) emphyteusis , -
; 2) -

160
endorsement after maturity
emphyteuta - empowerment 1) , -
; 2) ,
employ
employee , emption
emptio bonorum (.)
called-in ~ ,
emptio et venditio (.)
corporate ~
crooked ~ , emptor (.)
enclosure 1) , ;
; , 2) (., -
- )
forced ~ (., .) -
defendant ~ ,
-
encroachment , -

, (- )
larcenous ~ ,
encumbrance (.) 1)
( ); , (
plaintiff ~ , ); 2) -
( ); 3) ,
public ~
thieving ~ , to be free from any charge or ~
-
encumbrancer , -
tortious ~ , ; -
- ; , -

employer , endeavo(u)r ; ;
employment 1) ; 2) -
; 3) , , endorsee ,
common ~ - ~ in due course -
(
, endorsement 1)
(); 2) , , -
) ; 3)
equal ~ ( (
, ), -
, , -
) ; 4) ,
occasional ~
to forfeit ones ~ ~ after maturity -

161
endorsement for an account
~ for an account enfeoffment 1) -
( , ; 2) ;
) 3) ; 4) , -
~ for collection
enforceability
~ in blank ;
, ; -
~ in full -
, enforcement 1)
~ without recourse () ; 2) -
, -
accommodation ~ - ; 3) -
(, );
blank ~ ~ of judgement (of a writ)
conditional ~ (-
forged ~ )
full ~ ~ of law ,
general ~ 1) ~ of right ( )
; 2) ( - ()
) - antitrust administrative ~ (.) -

judicial ~ , -
( ) antitrust civil ~ (.)
qualified ~ ,

restrictive ~ antitrust ~ (.) -
special ~ 1)
; 2) antitrust regulatory ~ (.) -
( ) -
unconditional ~ -
judicial ~ , -
endorser 1) ,
( . .); 2) , juvenile law ~

accommodation ~ , - legal ~
legal ~ of law -
successive ~
endowment 1) ; ; legitimate law ~
; 2) -
; 3) liberal ~ 1) -
charitable ~ 1) - ; 2) (.) -
; 2) ; 3)
endurance

162
enterprise
procedural ~ - Englishry , -

strict ~ (of law) 1) enjoyment ();
; 2) - ();
()
substantive ~ - ~ of property -
; -
to make ~ distinctions - ; -
; -
adverse ~ (
trade ~ , ) -
(., -
) beneficial ~
traffic (law) ~ -
; - quiet ~ -
,
enforcer , - quiet ~ of the goods -
- ( )
; , enquirer
antitrust ~ (.) - enquiry 1) ; 2) ,
, - ,
forensic ~
law ~ - judicial ~
preliminary ~ -
engagement 1) -
, ; 2) (.) - enrolment 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ; 4) - ;
; ; 5) 3) ;
~ to marry , 4) ,
entered ~ 1) ; entail 1) ;
2) 2) ,
lawful ~ 1) -
entailer 1) , -
; 2) ;
; 2) -
3)
( -
social ~ ,
)

to enter into an ~ entailment -
(
unlawful ~ 1) -
; 2) - ); -
; 3) (
)
engager 1) ; 2) , -
enterprise ; ; -
; ;
163
business enterprise
business ~ entrepreneur
illegal ~ , entry 1)
; - ;
2) ;
legitimate ~ ; 3) , ; 4) , , -
; - ; 5) , ; 6) -
( )
entirety - ~ ad terminium qui praeterit -

entitlement 1) -; -
2) ( -); 3) -
( -); 4) - ~ of the credit side -
,
leave ~ ~ of trial ,
overhead ~
additional ~ (-
entity , )
, -
- ;
; ; - arrest ~
bogus ~
~ in its own right , - closing ~ , -

corporate ~ , - credit ~
, debit ~
economic ~ , false ~
forced ~ ( )
formal ~ forcible ~
( -
informal ~ - )
; forcible ~ and detainer 1) -
juridical ~ 1) ;
2) ; 2)
legal ~ 1) ; , -
2)
separate ~ -
original ~
entrenchment 1) previous ~ (-
( - ) -
- -
- ); 2) -
, equality ,
~ on a right , - ~ before the law -

164
error in fact (in law)
~ of votes - equivalent
equivocation 1) ( -
legal ~ ); 2) , -
sovereign ~ , -
equity 1) (-
, erasure 1) , -
, ; ; 2) , -
); 2) (pl.)
(-) , - ermine 1) (
; 3) ; 4) -
; 5) -
; 6) ; - ); 2)
; -
; ; ; to assume (to wear) the ~ ()
, -
error 1) ; 2) -
- (. .
-
; -
~ of partners , -
~ of redemption - )
~ apparent of record
~ of statute
contravening ~ - ~ causa (contrahendi) (.) -
-
countervailing ~ , -
~ coram nobis (.) , -
in ~ 1) ; 2)

latent or secret ~ - ~ in accidentia (.) -
-
minimum ~ ,
~ in consensu (.)
owners (shareholders) stockholders ~ ~ in essentia (in substantia) (.) -
()
paramount ~ - ,
, - ~ in exercise of jursdiction

to balance ~ and debt ~ in extremis -
, -
wifes ~
equivalence 1) ; ~ in fact (in law) (-
2) - )

165
error in judgement
~ in judgement escheatage
~ in personam (.) -
escrow -
~ in rem (.) , ;
,
~ juris (.) , - -

~ of fact eslees (pl.) (
~ of law ,
~s (and omissions) excepted - . .)
( ) esnecy -
apparent ~ , - ;
( -
) , -
culpable ~ ,
formal ~ (. .
esrovers 1) -
, )

fundamental ~ ,
; 2) ,

, -
harmful ~ (-
,
)
harmless ~ , esse (.)
in ~ (.) -
invited ~ ;
judicial ~ essence ,
prejudicial ~ 1) ~ of (a) contract -
;
2) , - essential ; -
;
procedural ~ essentiality
reversible ~ , - essoin
( )
severance ~ essoinee , -

substantial ~
establishment 1) , ,
substantive ~ -
, ; 2) , -

, ; 3) , -
trivial ~
(); 4) ; -
escheat 1) -
; - business ~
; 2) (.) - commercial ~
; 3) judicial ~ ;
principal ~ -

166
allodial estate
estate 1) , ; ~ in real property -
2) ;
, ; - ~ in remainder -
; , -
3) ( -
~ at sufferance - )
~ in reversion , -
~ at will , -
; -
~ by the entirety -
~ in severalty -
~ for life -
, - ~ in tail () ,

~ for term of years - -
,
~ for years , ~ pur autre vie -
, -
~ from year to year -
~ subject to a conditional limitation
~ in common
, - ~ tail female , -

~ in coparcenary - ~ tail male ,

~ in dower , ~ upon condition

~ in entirety ~ upon condition expressed -
-
~ in expectancy -
, ~ upon condition implied -
-
~ in fee-simple
absolute ~ (
~ in freehold ) ; -
, ( -
~ in inheritance - )
administered ~ , -
~ in joint tenancy

~ in land allodial ~ ,
~ in possession , - -
; -

167
ancestral estate
ancestral ~ , - gross ~ of decedent

bankrupts ~ - inferior ~ ,
,
base ~ 1) , - intestate ~ 1) , -
; 2) ; 2)
, -
joint ~ ; -
beneficial ~ ,
-- land (landed) ~ -
;
building ~ leased ~ 1)
; 2) -
conditional ~ ,
leasehold ~
contingent ~ , - legal ~ 1) - ,
; 2)

continuing ~ - life ~ -

customary ~ , movable ~
paramount ~
decedents ~ , parental ~
-
determinable ~ - personal ~ 1) ;
, - 2) , -

dominant ~ , - qualified ~ --
, -
real ~
donours ~ - residuary ~ 1) -
- ,
eigne ~ -
equitable ~ - , ; -
; 2)
expectant ~ -
, - separate ~ ,
()
family ~ servient ~ ,
freehold ~ ,
settled ~ ( -
future ~ --
; - )

168
equitable estoppel
single ~ - ~ by deed -
, -
socage ~ ; -
-
~ by election -
superior ~ , -
; - ~ by judgement -

terminated ~ - ~ by laches
-
testate ~ , -
~ by record -
the ~ of matrimony , -
trust ~ 1) , ; -
- ,
; 2) - , -
; 3)
vested ~ ,
; ~ by representation
estimate ; () , -
; ; ; -
; ,
~ of continuing monthly operating costs -
-
~ from patent protection (.) -
~s of income
expenditure ~s ~ in pais
preliminary ~s -
risk ~
estimation ; - ~ per rem judicatum

estoppel ; -
, - cause-of-action ~
- -
- collateral ~ ; -
~ by agreement - ,
- contract ~ -
, -
~ by conduct ; , -
-
equitable ~
~ by contract - -

169
file wrapper estoppel
file wrapper ~ (.) ,
( - -
, - ,
, - ,
) )
issue ~ evidence 1) , ,
; 2) -
license ~ (.) ; 3) ; ,
- - ; 4)
, - , -
(
promissory ~ - )
~ admissible in chief
prosecution history ~ (.) ,
-
, ~ aliunde ,

estrangement , ~ at law
() ~ before trial -
estreat , -
(. -
, . .) ~ by affidavit -
evador ,
, ~ by inspection -

evasion , ~ for the defence 1)
~ of law ; 2)
~ for the defendant
event 1) , , -

; 2) ,
~ for the plaintiff
~ insured against

fortuitous ~ ,
~ in corroboration
eviction 1) ; 2) ,
() ; - ~ in cross-examination
, (- , -
); 3) (.) - (-
)
~ by title paramount - ~ in disproof -

~ of tenant ~ in question 1) -
actual ~ - ; 2) -

constructive ~ - ~ in rebuttal -
(, -
170
affirmative evidence
~ in support of the opposition (.) ~ relevant to weight ,
,

~ in the case - ~ sufficient to sustain the case -
,
~ is out ()
~ material to the case , ~ to contradict ,

~ of arrest 1) - ~ to meet -
; 2) ,
~ of blood grouping tests - ~ to rebut -
, ,
~ to the contrary -
~ of credibility -
, - ~ wrongfully obtained ,
,
~ of debt
~ of disposition - acceptable ~ -

~ of fact actual ~
~ of guilt , additional ~ -
~ of identification -
adduced ~ 1) -
~ of identity 1) - ; 2) ,
; 2)
~ of indebtedness adequate ~ 1) -
~ of opportunity - ; 2) (
) ; -
~ of reputation 1)
; 2) - adminicular ~ -
; 3)
~ on appeal , - admissible ~ -
; , -
~ on commission -
admissible in ~ -
~ on hearing -
admitted ~ -
~ on oath
~ par excellence - adversary ~ , -
; -
~ relevant to credibility -
, - affirmative ~ -
,

171
affirmative rebuttal evidence
affirmative rebuttal ~ , completing ~ -
(,
after-discovered ~ , )
- conclusive ~ , -

against ~ concocted ~ -
ample ~
ascertaining ~ - concomittant ~ -

autopic ~ - confirmatory (confirming) ~ -

autopical ~ - conflicting (contradicting) ~ -
,
auxiliary ~ -
consistent ~ , -
available ~ -
contrary ~ -
better ~ , - ,
contributing ~ -
casual ~ -
controverted ~ -
character ~ 1) , - ,
; 2) - controvertible ~ -
,
; 3) , - convicting ~ -

character-witness ~ - copy ~ -
,
corroborated ~ -
circumstances ~ -
() corroborating (corroborative) ~ -
civil ~ -
counter (acting) ~ -
clear ~ ,
closed ~ - credible ~ , ,
;
cogent ~ , ,
criminating ~ -
colleteral ~ ; - , ;
, , critical ~ 1) -
;
competent ~ , - 2)
, - culpatory ~ -
;
172
immunized evidence
cumulative ~ extrinsic ~
damaging ~ - ; -
,
damning ~ - false ~ , -
, ;
decisive ~ final ~
demeanor ~ - fingerprint ~
( )
demonstrative ~ - firm ~
first hand ~ -
derivative ~ - ,
footprint ~ -
direct ~
disproving ~ - foundation ~ -

doctored (fabricated) ~ , fragmentary ~ , -

documentary ~ - fresh ~
further ~
empirical ~ - governments ~ (.)
habit ~ 1)
entered ~ , - ;
2) -
exact ~
excluded ~ - hard ~
hearsay ~ ;
exculpatory ~ - ,
higher ~ , -
expert ~
, ; - identification ~ 1) -
; , - ; 2) -
, ,
expert opinion ~ 1)
; 2) - identifying ~

explaining (explanatory) ~ - illegally obtained ~ -

external ~ , illustrative ~
immaterial ~ , -
extrajudicial ~ - ,
immunized ~ -
extraneous ~ , ( -
)

173
impeaching evidence
impeaching ~ () internal (intrinsic) ~ ,
,
implicating ~ - introduced ~ 1) -
, ; 2) , -
impugned ~ -
, irrefutable ~ -
in ~
inadequate ~ 1) - irrelevant ~ , -
; 2) ( -
) ; - judicial ~
legal ~ ,
inadmissible ~ , -
legally obtained ~ , -
incompetent ~ , - ,
- legitimate ~ , -

inconclusive ~ material ~ 1) -
inconsistent ~ , - ; 2) -

incontrovented ~ mathematical ~ 1)
, ; 2) ,
incontrovertible ~
moral ~
incriminating ~ - ,
, ; negative ~ , -
independent ~ 1)
; 2) - negative rebuttal ~

indicative ~ - newly-discovered ~ -

indirect ~ ; nonexculpatory ~

indispensable ~ - notarial ~ -

indubitable ~ - oblatinable ~ -

inferential ~ - obtained ~ -
, ,
inferior ~ - offered ~ , -
; , - ,
official ~ -
insufficient ~ -
on the ~ -

174
rebutted evidence
opinion ~ 1) - ; 2)
; 2)
opinion ~ of character - presuming ~ 1) -
; 2) , -

presumptive ~ 1)
opposing ~ , - ; -
; 2) ,
oral ~ , - ; 3) -

oral and written ~ - prevailing ~ , -

original ~ (, prima facie ~ -
) ; , -
out-of-court ~
, primary (prime) ~ -
overwhelming ~ , -
, probable ~ 1) -
parol ~ , - ; 2) ,
; 3) -
parole ~
partial ~ 1) ; proffered ~ , -
2) ; 3) -
proper ~ ,
pedigree ~ -
( . .) prospectant ~ -
perishable ~ - ;
proving ~ 1) ,
perjured ~ ; 2) -
persuasive ~ - ; , -

physical ~ - pure expert opinion ~ -

positive ~ purgative ~ -
()
possible ~ radar ~ (of speed)
preappointed ~ ( -
() )
predominant ~ , - real ~
reasonable ~ -
preferable ~ -
rebuttal ~
prejudicial ~ 1) , - rebutted ~ -
, -
175
rebutting evidence
rebutting ~ - shaken ~ -
,
receivable ~ , - significant ~ , -
; ,
received ~ similar ~ -
recognized ~ , - ,
slim(mer) ~ ,
recollection ~ -
solid ~
record ~ 1) strengthening ~ -
, ; 2) -
, ; strong ~ -
3)
recorded ~ stronger ~ -
,
record ~ of title - strongest available ~ -
,
substantial ~ ,
related ~ ,
substantive ~ , -
relevant ~ (-
) substitutionary ~ -
repelling ~ -
sufficient ~ -
reputation ~ of character -
superficial ~ -

requisite ~ 1) - supplementary ~ -
; 2)
retrospectant ~ 1) supporting ~ -
; 2)
suspect ~
routine practice ~ 1) sworn ~
( tainted ~ 1) -
); 2) - (, -
); 2) -
satisfactory ~ , - (,
-
scientific ~
secondary ~ - )
, tangible ~ -
second hand ~ 1)
; 2) , tendered ~ -

176
unshaken evidence
testimonial ~ to put in ~
to adduce ~ -
to read into ~ -
to admit ~ -
to admit in (into) ~ -
to receive ~ 1) ,
to appear in ~ - ; 2)
to receive in ~
to call (for) ~ -
to review ~ -
to compare ~ 1) -
, ; 2) to search for ~
to shift ~ , -
to develop ~ -
to suppress ~
to exaggerate ~ to take ~ 1) ;
2)
to examine ~ - to tender ~ -
()
to fabricate ~ - to tender in ~

to give ~ 1) ; 2) - to weigh ~
to withhold ~ , -
to give ~ under compulsion -

to give in ~ trace ~ -

to introduce ~ - tracing ~ , -
-
to introduce in ~ -
traditionary ~ , -
to lead ~ 1) , , -
; 2)
to offer ~ -
uncontradicted ~ -
to offer in ~
uncorroborated ~
to prepare ~ 1) -
; 2) - unfavourable ~ 1)
( ) ; 2) -
to prepare false ~ - -

to produce ~ - unshaken ~ -

177
unsworn evidence
unsworn ~ ~ by witness (-
, , -
untainted ~ 1) - . .)
(, ~ de bene esse --
); 2)
(, - ~ for nonobviousness (.) -
()
~ for subject-matter (.) -
) ;
verbal ~ , -
~ of prospective juror -
visible ~ , -
-
visual ~
vital ~ - ~ of witness 1)
, ( -
volunteer ~ - -
); 2)
weak ~ ~ upon oath
weaker ~ - bar ~ 1) ; 2)

wiretap (information) ~ - bar final ~
, -
compulsory ~ -
written ~ ,
cross ~ (-
evidence-in answer (.) - )
deferred ~ (.) -
evocation -
direct ~ 1) -
ex (.) ( + - , ; 2) -
)
examination-in-chief ~ -
exaction 1) ; 2)
-
; 3) ; , -

; 4) -
expert ~
; 5) ; 6) -
external ~ of the body -


exactor fair ~
examination 1) ; 2) - final ~
, ; forensic ~
; 3) ; 4) - formal ~ ,
, , , -
; 5)
178
exception to bail
full ~ (.) (. . trial ~
, - voir dire ~ -
)
in-patient ~ -
examiner 1) , -
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) - ;
, , ; 2) , -
medical ~ - () -
; 3)
oral ~ ; 4) (.)
out-of-time ~ - ~ in charge of trademarks (.) -

out-patient ~ - ~ in chief , -
,
physical ~ , - ~ of interferences

preliminary ~ - bank ~
direct ~ , -
preliminary ~ of witness - ( -
)
hearing ~ ,
premarital ~ - ( .) -
-
, search ~ -
,
pretrial ~ title ~
( )
psychiatric ~ - trial ~ , -
, -
,
re-cross ~ example 1) ; 2) ;
3) ; ;
redirect ~ - 4)
- to make an ~ of an offender

strict ~ exception 1) ( ,
substantive ~ (.) ); 2)
, ; 3) ; ; -
( , -
superficial ~ (- except)
) ~ to bail
to carry out ~ -
trademark ~

179
exception to lack of novelty
~ to lack of novelty (.) exchequer
exclusion 1) , -
~ to the rule ; 2) ;
declinatory ~ 3) ,
~ of evidence () -
general ~ ( -
)
novel ~ exculpation 1) , -
peremptory ~ ; 2) , -
;
statutory ~ , - excuse 1) ( -
() , ); 2) ,
exceptor , - ; -
; 3) , ,
excess , , - ~ of juror -
,
~ of juridiction - -
, -
lawful ~
~ of power(s) - legal ~ , -
, ,
~ of privilege - execution 1) -
( , );
exchange 1) , ; 2) 2) , -
(); 3) ; 4) , , (, -
; 5) , ; . .); 3) , -
6) , - ;
4) , ; 5) -
~ of futures for physicals - ()
~ against property 1) -
~ of licences -
bank ~ , ; 2) ,
-
commodity ~
direct ~ () ~ of application (.)
employment ~ , -
forced ~ -
labor ~
recognized stock ~ - ~ of contract 1) -
; 2)
sight ~ , ~ of deed

stock ~ ~ of forfeiture -

180
exercise of discretion
() to levy ~ , -
,
executor ;
~ of intention -
ancillary ~ -
~ of judg(e)ment , - ( ,
)
~ of legal process 1) - competent ~ , -
; 2) , - -

~ of office , incompetent ~ -

~ upon property - executorship 1) -
; 2)
alias ~ 1) -
; 2) (.) executrix -
,
attachment ~
exemplification
(

, -
) exemption ; ;
body ~ - ; , ; -
, , -
conditional ~ ,
~ from duties (taxation) -
dormant ~ - ()
~ from liability -
general ~
~ from seizure ,
junior ~ - ,
( , dependence ~ -
) -
legal ~ -
homestead ~
legislative ~ ,

personal ~ ; - legal ~
exercise 1) , -
( ); 2) (-
special ~ 1) )
; 2) - ~ of discipline -

to carry into ~ - ~ of discretion -

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exercise of right
~ of right , - expenses , ,
absorbed ~ -
exhaustion (.) 1) - , -
( -
); 2) accrued ~
, ()
administration ~ 1) -
exhibit 1) - ; 2) -
; 2) ; 3) , - -
; 4) , business ~
physical ~ - current ~
depreciation ~
exhibition 1) incidental ~
(, ); law (legal) ~
2) (.) - litigation ~
; 3) , manufacturing ~ -
exigency ,
~ of writ - operating ~ (-
)
out of pocket ~
exigent 1) ;
overhead ~
2) (.) -
party ~
( -
prepaid ~ -
)

exit (
to bear ~
)
to incur ~
exoneration ( -
expert ,
, , )
~ on merchandise
~ of bail -
commodity ~

court ~
~ of obligor -
court-appointed ~ -


~ of surety -
discredited ~ , -

;
expectancy 1) -
; 2) - judicially appointed ~ -

~ of life
legal ~ -
expectant , ;
expence ,
law (legal) ~s side-line ~ (
expenditures , , - , -
-
to allocate ~ )
182
eye-witness
expertise 1) ; 2) extension 1) , ;
; 2)
legal ~ (.: , ); 3) -
expiration 1) , ; 4) (., )
( ); 2) - ~ of order

~ of agreement - ~ of time , -

expiry , (); extent 1) , , ,
, ; 2) -
~ of a contract -
, ; 3) (.) -
~ of the legal (.) - ; 4)
, - ~ in aid -
,
exposure
~ of child - ~ in chief -

expression 1) ; 2) ;
3) ~ of damage
~ of censure , ~ of performance
immediate ~ -
judicial ~
judicial ~ of the rule of law
, - extenuation -
; -
extinction (), -
expromission 1) ; ;
(-) ~ of obligation -
; 2) -
, - ~ of rights , -

expromissor , extinguishment (-
), ; ; -
expropriation 1) (-)
, - ~ of debts
; 2) ~ of legacy -
expungenent ,
~ of the trademark from register - ~ of rent , -

extendi facias (.) - extra , ,
-
eye-witness ,

183
fabrication
,
;
~ necessary to explain a relevant fact
F , -
fabrication , ,
~ necessary to introduce a relevant fact
face 1) (- ,
), ; 2) (-
) ~ of common knowledge -
~ of judgement , ( )
~ of common notoriety
~ of evidence , -
facilitation ,
; ,


facilitator ~ of litigation , -
facility (facilities) 1) , -
; 2) , - ~ relevant to the fact in the issue ,
, ; 3) -
, , ; 4) - ~ relevant to the issue , -
, , -
approved delivery ~
(), ~ requiring proof ,
banking ~s ,
credit ~s ~ sought to be proven , -
facings -
, - adjudicative ~ , -

fact , , - after (before) the ~ ()-
, , , , - ; ()
, , - basic ~ ; , -
,
~ at (in) issue ,
; damning ~ , -
; , -
; dispositive ~
~ for the jury , disputed ~
divestitive ~
~ in contest , - evidentiary ~ , -
-
~ in dispute ,
fabricated ~
~ in evidence , ; , -
~ in proof
~ in question ; false ~
184
facts in the case
highly relevant ~ - substantive ~ ,
( ,
) to confess the ~
incriminating ~ to suppress ~ , -
,
independent ~ translative ~ , -
inferential ~ ,
-
ultimate ~ ,
investitive ~ , -
;
underiable ~
irrelevant ~ , verifiable ~ , -
;
jural (juridical) ~ fact-finder ,
jurisdictional ~ (); ;
, - -

legislative ~ , - fact-finding

material ~ factor 1) (.) ,
non-adjudicative ~ , - -
-
non-evidence ~ 1) , - , ; 2) ,
, ; 2) , , ; 3) (.) -
- ; 4) , -
; 5) ,
open ~ - connecting ~
conversion ~ -
presumed ~ ,
presumptive ~ judicial ~ -
principal ~
test ~
probative ~ , -
factorage , -


proven ~
psychological ~ factorizing
; ,
,
relevant ~ , ;
factorship
simulated ~ facts , ,
~ in the case
substantial ~
185
facts on trial
~ on trial , faculty 1) ; 2) ,

accompaning ~ , - ~ of advocates (.) -
;
failure 1) , -
adjudicative ~ , , ; 2) -
, , -
bare ~ of the matter ; 3) , ; 4) -
,
before (after) the ~ () - ~ in duties -
;
collateral ~ , - ~ of consideration -
, -
constituent ~ ,
~ of evidence -
dry ~ ,
established ~ ~ of issue
evidentiary ~ , -
~ of justice -
inferential ~ ,
- ~ of proof
~ of title
jurisdictional ~ - ~ otherwise than upon merits -
, -
~ to act
fair ~ of the matter - ~ to appear
~ to comply , -
fixed ~ ( , )
similar ~ ; - ~ to deliver
, - ~ to give evidence
- ; -
;
material ~ ~ to make delivery ,
to misrepresent ~
ultimate ~ , ~ to make payment
- ~ to obey
~ to pay
factum (pl. ~ta, ~s) (.) 1) - ~ to pay on a due date
,
; 2) , ~ to perform
~ probandum (.) , - ~ to state cause of action

~ probans (.) ~ to work an invention -

186
attorney fees
faith 1) , , ; father 1) ; 2) , ;
2) ; 3) (.) - 3)
, ~ of the bar
bad ~ of claims adoptive ~
natural ~
good ~ of claims putative ~
fatherhood
fake , fault 1) , ; 2) -
fakement 1) , , - , , (-
; 2) (), ); 3) ,
chargeable ~ -
faker , , - ,
, human ~ , -
falsehood 1) (.) , ; (
2) , , , )
falsification () personal ~
, , with all ~s -
,
falsifier ,
favo(u)r 1) ; 2) -
; 3) , , -
falsifying
; 4)
~ a record -
in ~ of

feasance ;
falsing (.) ;
~ of dooms feasor , -

fame
fee 1) -
family ,
; 2) -
~ of (trade) marks (-
; 3) , , ,
) (
; 4) , -
)
, , ,
immediate ~

farm 1) , , - , ; 5) -
; 2) , ( )
~ paid in advance -
farmer 1) ; 2) ;
3) , ( ) - ~ simple (absolute) -

tenant ~ annual ~ 1) (
farming 1) , ; ) (-
2) , ; 3) ); 2)
( ) attorney ~s , -
tenant ~

187
attorneys fee
attorneys ~ 1) - ( -
; 2) )
() litigation ~
base ~ , - notarial ~
patent ~ (.)
brokerage ~ - pilot ~
position ~ -
claims ~ (.)
-
qualified ~ ,
conditional ~ 1) -
, - quasi ~ -
; 2)
refresher ~ -
consultant ~s -
confident ~ -
( registration (registry) ~ -
)
court ~s , - renewal ~ (.) -
,
defeasible (determinable) ~ retaining ~ -
, -
special conditional ~ -
document supply ~ , -

filing ~ (.)
final ~ (.) - tailzied ~ (.) -
, , (-
finders ~ , -
, - )
term ~ 1) -
flat-rate ~ ; 2)
great ~ , - ,
the one-time ~ charged by a broker to a
handling ~ (.) - customer ,
( -
- witness ~ -
)
lawyers ~ feedback
licence ~ - fee-farm -
,
limited ~ 1) , fee-simple -
;
2) , -
188
active file
fee-tail , - honorary ~ , -
( -
) feudist
fellow -
servants ~ , -
feu-farm (.) 1)
fellow-heir ; 2) -
fellowheirship
fellowswear , - fiar (.)
( )
~ covert fiat (.) 1) , , ,
feme 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; 2) , -
; 3) , ,
~ sole 1) ; fidei-commissary
2) ; 3) - fidei-commissum 1) -
, -
feodum antiquum (.) (.) ;
, 2) (, -
feodum novum (.) (.) , )
- fideipromissor
fidejussion (fidejusson) -
feoffee 1) , ,
; 2) (.) fidejussor ,
, fidepromissor
~ in trust fiduciary 1) , -
feoffment 1) - ; 2)
; 2) (.) ; personal ~
fief ,
feoffor fief-tenant
ferry 1) - field
- judicial ~ -
; 2) , ,
festinum (.) - fight
legal ~
feu (.) 1) filacer -

;
file 1) (); 2) -
2) ,
, , , , ;

3) (pl.) , ()
feud (.) ,
ancient ~ (.) , - active ~ ,

189
case assignment file
case assignment ~ , - general ~ -
( )
on ~ , - preliminary ~ -
, -
personal ~s
personnel ~s professional ~
special ~ of fact -
search ~ (.)
filiation 1) ; fine 1) , ; 2)
2) ,
filing 1) (); 2) - civil ~ , -
-
slap-on-the-wrist ~
assignee ~ (.) -
to impose a ~
finality firm , , -
(., ) ,
~ of judgement auditing ~ (-
- )
brokerage ~
finding(s) 1) ; 2) , clearing ~
, ; 3) - law ~
; 4) (pl.) ; - member ~
private law ~
; -
public accounting ~ -
~ of fact 1) -
; 2) (pl.) ( - firm-name
) - first (),
-
~ of guilt
fisc ,
~ of guilty
fiscal 1) ;
~ of innocence -
2) ; 3) (.)
,

~ of law -
; fitness ,
~ of evidence -
~ of not guilty -
~ to proceed -
distributive ~ of the issue
~ to stand ones own trial

expert ~s fix 1) (., .) ,
fact ~ ; 2) (.)
190
foreman of jury
fixture 1) , forbearane 1)
; 2) ,
- (., -
trade ~ , - ); 2)
- force(s) , , -

flashing , - ~-majeure -, -
,
flation - ~ of agreement -
,
flaw 1) , ( - ~ of law , , -
. .); 2) , ,
~ in the title binding ~
~ in the will evidential ~
cash ~ , in ~ ,
( )
flitting (.) legal ~ ,
moonlight ~ -
( ) monetary ~s
no longer in ~ -
floatation 1) ;
( .)
2) , ()
probative ~
stock ~
retroactive ~
flood , sales ~
floor 1) , ; 2) statutory ~ ,
(, . .); 3) - to come into ~
- to put in ~
; 4) , ; foreclosure 1)
5) , ; 2) -
deep-sea ~ -
ocean ~
to ask for the ~ strict ~
to be on the ~ , -
( . .)
to give the ~
forefault (.) 1) ; 2) -
to have the ~
; 3) (, -
to take the ~
)
fluctuation ,
foreigner 1) ; 2) -
market ~

foenus (.) ,
foreman

~ of grand jury
footway 1) ,
(); 2) ~ of jury

191
deputy foreman
deputy ~ - ~ of action ,

forest ~ of law
~ of patents (.) , ~ of the statute ,
(., -
) ~s of evidence 1) -
forestall ; 2)
forestalling application ~ ,
~ the market arrest ~
bound ~ (-
)
forewoman - -
corporate ~

due ~ of law
forfeit 1) , ,
(, ); 2) , insurance ~ -
; 3) ; ,
4) legal ~
to pay the ~ order ~
forfeiture 1) , (, pre-printed ~ ,
, ); 2) ; 3) - proposal ~ , -
,
~ of bond - regular ~ of marriage -

~ of collateral set ~ , -
- ,
standard ~ ,
~ of estate subrogation ~ -
inadvertent ~ of patent right (.) ,
formality , -
(.,
); ~ ies of law
(.,
-
formation 1) , -
)
, ; 2) ; 3) -
forger ; ()
,
formula ,
check ~

forgery 1) - legal ~
; 2)
formulary ,
~ at common law -
fornicator ,

form 1) ; 2)
, , , , fornicatress ,

192
special franchise
forum (.) , ; 4) ; ,
~ actus (.)
~ of evidence -
~ connexitatis (.) ( -
, ; )
legal ~ , -
~ contractus (.) -
private ~
~ conveniens (.) public ~ , -

~ conventionale (.) founder ,
founding ,
~ delicti (.) -
frame-up (.) 1) (-
~ domicilii (.) (- ), ; 2) -
)
~ legale (.)
framework 1) , ;
~ litis motae (.) -
2) ,

legal ~ 1) , -
~ non cinveniens (.)
; 2) , -


~ patriae (.) -
framing 1) ; 2)
~ patrimonii (.) - legal ~ 1) ,
; 2) , -
~ prorogatum (.) - , (, -
)
~ rei (.) 1) franchise , , -
; 2) (- ; ( -
) ; -
~ rei gestae (.) - , -

~ rei sitae (.) - , -
)
~ situs (.) corporate ~
,
forum-shopping general ~ ,
, -
( - household ~ (.)
, -
- lodger ~ -
)
special ~ (,
foundation 1) , ;
-
2) , ; 3) -
193
to lie in franchise
equitable ~
) (
to lie in ~ , )
income tax ~ -
franchisee ;
, -
insurance ~ -

franchisor - land ~
; , -
- legal ~ -
,
frank-tenant mortgage insurance ~

frank-tenement
positive ~
frank-tenure
fratriage (fratrage) securities ~ -

fraud 1) , ; stock ~
2) (.) , - - technical ~ , -
, ; 3) , -
to get money by ~
~ by officer
~ in fact fraudster (.) , -
~ in law -
, fraudulence ,
~ on court -
freehold -
, -
,

customary ~ ,
accident ~ -


actual ~ freeholder ,

bank ~ freeze , -
business ~ , ,
commercial ~ - employment ~ -
,
constructive ~ -
, wage ~
consumer ~
contract ~ freight 1) ; 2) ;
3)
corporate ~ - ~ at risk

194
sinking fund
~ forward ,

~ home ~ of adventure -
advance ~ , -
collect ~
~ of contract 1) ,
dead ~ ( - , -
, - ; 2) -
) ; 3) -
distance ~ , - ,

home ~ fugitive 1) ; 2)
lump ~ , - ~ from justice ,

out-and-home ~ ~ from trial , -
pro rata ~
, indigent ~ ,
to let to ~
to take to ~
unclaimed ~ fullfilment 1) , -
freightage ; 2)
freighter fund 1) , -
fribusculm (.) - ; 2) (pl.)
, - actual ~
,
friend (.) appropriated ~s -
next ~ (, -
capital ~
) charter ~
frontage ( defence ~ -
)
frontager , - floating ~s
, floating ~s in circulation -
. .
general ~ , (-
fruits
),
~ of the poisonous tree -
mutual ~s 1) -
(,
; 2)
-

)
pension ~
civil ~
private ~

revolving ~
frustration 1) (- sinking ~ ()
), ; 2) -
195
special-purpose fund
special-purpose ~ - gambler
stock ~ ,
fundamentals ,
game ()
fundholder - confidence ~ ,
, -
furiough
furthcoming (.) - gammon (.) , -

gap 1) , ; 2) -
, , , , -

futures 1) , ~ in law
; 2) , - garmishment
( - , -
).
commodity ~
~ of account
financial ~
~ of wages -
interest rate ~
ancillary ~ -
stock ~ -

stock index ~ , -

to trade in ~s - garmishor , -

,
garnishee , -
G ; , -

gag (.)
gage ,
dead ~
life ~ , gavelet
- ,

to give on ~ gavelkird 1) (.)
gain(s) , , -
gamble 1) , -
; 2) -
; 2)
196
distrained goods
- gist , , -
( - ,
, ) ~ of action
gemot(e) (.) giver ,
( ) ~ of bill ,
Gencon ( gloss ,
) ~ on law
genericness glossators
(., - godchild ,
; - godfather
) godmother
genetation 1) , - godparent (,
, ; 2) , - )
,
godparenthood 1)
income ~
; 2) , -
gentleman
~ of the gown (of the (long) robe) -
good 1) (pl.) ; 2) (pl.) -
, , -
; 3) (pl.) ,


genuiness ~s and chattels
germaneness 1) ,
; 2) ; 3) -
~s available for sale , -
gift 1) , ; 2)
() ~s duty free
~ by will , ~s in bond ,
~ causa mortis ,

~ inter vivos ~s in communion , -
~ in view of death
~s in route
~ over , ~s-in-transit insurance
( )
absolute ~ ascertained ~ -
charitable ~ - ; ,

class ~ capital ~s
manual ~ , - consumer ~s -
,
perfect ~ customed ~s , -
residuary ~
testamentary ~ dispatched ~s
, distrained ~s
197
durable goods
durable ~s goodwill 1) -
(, , -
final (finished) ~s , . .),
; 2) -
fungible ~s -
half-finished ~s ( )
hard ~s gown ()
gownsman , -
illicit ~s , ,
grace 1) ; 2) ;
immaterial ~s - 3)
,
grandchild 1) , ; 2) (.,
infringing ~s (.)
.) ( -

,
no ~s (
)
)
primary ~s grandparent 1) , ; 2) (.,
producer ~s .)
prohibited ~s grant 1) ; -
restrained (restricted) ~s , - , ;
2) ; 3) , -
secondary ~s , - ; 4) ; 5) -
, ; 6)
semi-manufactured ~s ~ of patent
specific ~s -- ~ of permission
~ of probate
spot ~s , ~ of title of honour -

the ~s (.) , , affirmative ~ -

to appropriate ~s to the contract - confinement ~ -
( ) -
express ~ -
to catch with the ~s
to put the ~s into a delivery state - implied ~ -
,
to reject ~ in ~
private land ~ -
to retain the ~s -

unascertained ~s - public ~ , -
; , -

198
loan guarantee
to lie in ~ ground
; ( - ~s for appeal -
, -
) ~s for divorce
grantee 1) , - ~s for impunity -
; 2) , -
, ; 3) , - ~ of action
; 4) , - alternative ~s -
; 5) , -
; 6) , - batable ~
- , good (high) ~
legal ~
~ of licence reasonable ~ ,
~ of trademark
reasonable ~ to believe
accepting ~ , -
, - sufficient ~
to have reasonable ~s for supposing
conveyance ~ , - -

voluntary ~ , - grundy (.)
guarantee 1) ; -
grantor 1) , ; 2) , , ; 2)
- ; 3) -
; 3) , , ; ; 4) ,
; 4) ,
~ in deed , - ~of bill of exchange , -
-
absolute ~ 1) ;
~ of licence 2)
gratuitousness bank ~
gratuity , circumstantial ~ -
, ,
gravamen (pl. ~mina) ; , collective ~
conditional ~ -

gravity , (-
continuing ~ , -
)
; -
great-grandchildren
grievance 1) ; credit ~
; ; 2) , joint ~
personal ~ , legal ~
public ~ loan ~

199
money-back guarantee
money-back ~ - parental ~ -
(
) social ~
procedural ~ under the ~ of law -
single ~ - ( )
guilt , ,
substantive ~ - contributory ~
intentional ~
guarantor , negligent ~
guaranty 1) , - open ~
; 2) return ~
absolute ~ guiltlessness
collateral ~ -

conditional ~ -
H
special ~ ; -
habeas corpus (.) -
,
, -

, -
guardian ,

~ ad litem
habendum (.)
~ appointed by will - , -

~ by appointment of court habere facias (possessuiment) (.)

~ by election - habital
habitality
~ by nature ( habitation , ,
)
~ by stature half ( )
~ by will
half-brother -
general ~

joint ~ , half-sister -
legal ~
natural ~ ( half-proof
) half-time ,
special ~
, half-tongue , -
testamentary ~ -
guardianship ,
joint ~ , halim (.) , ,

200
hearing on a motion
hall averted ~
~ of justice , caused ~
hand 1) ; 2) ; 3) ; immediate ~ -
4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) ; 6) (pl.)
harm-doer
clean ~(s) , harm-doing
haver (.)
dead-~ , - having 1) , ;
2) (pl.) , ; 3) -
free ~ ( , . )
in ~ ~ in camera
to ~ , ~ of witness
preliminary ~ -
to change ~s
,
head 1) , ; 2) -
unclean ~(s)
, ,
under ~ and seal
~ of expenditures , -
with ones own ~

handbill ~ of household ; , -
( . .)
handling 1) , - ~ of pleading ,
; 2) (, -
); 3) ; 4) - corporate ~
, ; 5) head-note ,
~ of evidence

automatic ~ of cheques -

hearing 1) ;
data ~
( , . ); -
handsale - ; 2) -
( -) -
handsel -
handwriting 1) ; 2) ;
3) ~ in camera (in camera hearing) -
genuine ~ ; ,
, , - ~ in private -
,
hanky-panky (.) , - ~ of arguments
~ of witnesses
harbo(u)r , ~ on a motion -
free ~ - ; () -
harm , ;
accidental ~
201
hearing on the merits
~ on the merits - removal ~

appeal ~ , revocation ~

disposition(al) ~ - to conduct the ~
- waived ~ , -
(- ,
, , -
waiver ~
-
.) hearings 1)
evidintiary ~ - (
, - ); 2) ( -

factual ~ - )
confirmation ~ ( )
final ~ , -
hearsay ;
juvenile adjudication(ary) ~ - , ;
,
- admissible ~ -

initial ~ , inadmissible ~ -

legal ~ - hedge ( , -
( ) -
)
mandatory ~ -
hedger ; -

,
omnibus ~

(
) hedging ,
oral ~ , - , ; -
- -
post-commitment ~ -

post-conviction ~ -
heir
preliminary ~ - ~-at-law
, ~ by adoption (-
prior ~ - ) ()
~ by collateral
public ~ -
~ by custom

202
common heritage of mankind
~ by devise legitimate ~
~ conventional - ;
; , - presumptive ~ -
-
testamentary ~ -
~ general
~ institute (.) - heirdom ;
heiress
~ presumptive heirloom ,
~ of line (.) - ; -
, ;
~ of provision (.) , -

~ of tailzie (.) -
heirship ;

;
~ of the blood
~ of the body - hereditability 1)
; 2) -
~ on intestacy -
, hereditament -
~ on testacy , -
apparent ~ , -
corporeal ~ -
appearand ~ (.) - (-
, )
beneficiary ~ , - incorporeal ~ -
- (-
- , ., )
heredity ,
bodily ~ -
heriot , -
conventional ~
expectant ~ - heritability
heritables (.) -
female ~ , . ., -
forced ~ , -
-
heritage 1) ,
,
, ;
indubitable ~
2) ; 3) ; 4) -
joint ~

last ~ (-
common ~ of mankind -
, -
(.,
)
-
legal ~
. .)
203
heritance
heritance (.) account ~
heritor 1) ; 2) (.) - advance ~
allotment ~ ,
bona fide ~ -
heritress (.) ,
hetaerism (.) - bona fide ~ for value
,

Hilary - -
bona fide ~ without notice -

, -
hire ; ; ; -
; -
hirer 1) ; 2) , -
copyright ~ , -
hiring 1) ;
2) - debenture ~
deck ~ ( -
~ at will , -
history , , - )
, legal ~
case ~ office ~
employment ~ , - onerous ~

file ~ (.) , - patent ~ (.) , -
, - ,
policy ~ ,
legal ~ of the question -
, - record ~ ,

procedural ~ ( ship ~
) title ~ -
holder , , -
( . .) holding(s) 1) , ;
~ for value , 2) ; 3) -
; 4) , . -
~ in due course (- ; 5) (pl.)
)
~ of estate adverse ~ ,
~ of letter of credit -

~ of patent (.) agricultural ~ ,
~ of pledge(s)
~ of right 1) ; 2) -
court ~
204
to keep house
inventory ~ - life ~s (
-
property ~s - )
, - to pay ~s
hotchpot 1) ,
holiday , , ; 2)
-
~ s with pay -
legal ~ , - ; 3) -
(.
holograph , -
)
homage 1) - hour
; 2) , ~ of cause (.)
; 3) ; 4) , -
~s of attendance
homager 1) , ;
2) ~s of labo(u)r
home , ; - business (office) ~s
; , ,
broken ~
foster ~ ; maximum ~s -
-
legal ~ -
minimum ~s
matrimonial ~ ,
working ~s
homestead 1) -
; 2) ; house 1) ; 2)
, , ; 3)
acceptance ~ , -

homologation 1) , -
apartment ~
, ; 2) -
brokerage ~
-
commission ~ ,


honorary , , court ~
discount ~
honour 1) ; 2) - financial ~
(your honour ); 3) - issue ~ ()
; 4) (pl.) ; 5) (pl.) - ( )
; 6) (pl.) securities ~ -
hereditary ~s
; - to keep ~
,
205
to make house
to make ~ ~ of capacities 1) -
wholesale ~ - / ; 2) -
household , - , -

householder 1) , - civil ~ ;
; 2) , -
housing 1) , -
, , - personal ~
; 2) , identifier 1) ,
hum (.) , , ; 2) , -
-
humbug ,

hundred (.) 1)
identity 1) , -
( ); 2)
, ; 2)
( )
~ of parties
hundreder 1) (.) - ~ of the defendant
; 2) , . ~ of the offender -
-
legal ~ -
hurt 1) , ; 2) , -
personal ~ 1) ;
husband , , 2)
ships ~ - to declare ~ ,
, -
to prove (to recognize) smbs ~ -
hustings 1) ; 2) - ; -
-
hypothec 1) ; 2) (.) - ignorance , -
;
~ as to the existence of the fact -

hypothecation 1) , ~ of fact , -
; 2) , - -

~ of law , -

I accidental ~ -

identification 1) , -
bona fide ~ -
; ; 2) -

; 3) -
culpable ~

essential ~
~ at the trial

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impeachment of the veracity of a witness
innocent ~ , - ~ from suit , -

negligent ~ - ~ of witness -
, - ( -
,
non-essential ~ - )
absolute ~
to plead ~ - actual ~ , -
-
voluntary ~ jurisdictional ~
ignoratio elenchi (.) - legal ~
- limited ~
; , - parlamentary ~ -

illegality , - personal ~ -
, , -
, private ~ -
supervening ~ - ,
relative (restrictive) ~ -
illegitimacy 1) -
; 2) , self-incrimination (witness) ~ -

illegitimation ()
to accord ~

impairment 1) , -
imbalance , -
; 2) , -
,
, ,
order ~ -
~ of obligation -


imitation , , mental ~
( )
colourable ~ -
imparlance
,

to prosecute ~s at law
general ~


immobility , -
impartance


immovables ,
impartiality ,


immunity 1) ,
impeachment 1) ; 2) -
; 2) , ;
, , -
3) , ; 4)
,
~ from prosecution
~ of the veracity of a witness -
()

207
impeachment of waste
~ of waste legal ~ , -

~ of witness - necessary ~ -

collateral ~ impossibility
~ in fact
impediment (., ()
(.) ), ~ in law
absolute ~ ,
(
. .) ~ of performance -
diriment ~ -
legal ~
prohibitive ~s -
objective ~ of performance -
relative ~s -
physical ~
impersonation (
) practical ~ -
impersonator (,
) relative ~ -
impertinence 1) - ()
; 2) supervening ~ -
()
impingement
impostor , , -
impleading -

,
direct ~ imposture , ,
indirect ~
impounder ,
implementation , - () -
, , - (
)
~ of agreement - impoundment 1) ; 2) -
(); 3)
legal ~ ( )
procedural ~ - imprescriptibility

implication 1) - impression ; -
; ; ; ; ; ; ;
2) ; , - first ~ -
; 3) -
, , imprest ,
by ~ of law , imprimatur
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minor incident
imprint , inadmissibility
impropriation inherent ~ -
; ( -
, - )
inadvertence 1) ,
impropriator , - , , -
, , ; 2) (.)
impropriety 1) ; 2) -
, inalienability
professional ~ 1) inapplicability
; 2) , - incapability
incapacitation 1) -
improvement 1) ; 2) (.) , ; 2) -
, , - /
; -
; , incapacity 1) -
; 2) -
; 3) , - , ( -
(- )
) civil ~ -
impugnment , - ; -
/
impunity 1) - legal ~ -
; 2) - /
; mental ~ -
3)
imputation 1) ; to mitlgate ~
2) - -
~ against a witness total ~
incident 1) -
~ of dishonesty , -
defamatory ~ - , -
to refute an ~ . .; 2) , , ;
inability , - 3) ; 4)
; - / - ,

~ to pay legal ~ -
inaccuracy ,
~ of confession - liability ~ , -
-
inadequacy , -
, major ~
minor ~
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income
income , , , inconsistence 1) -
; 2) ; 3) -
accrued ~ , , -
actual ~
aggregate ~ incorporation 1) ,
ajusted gross ~ ; 2) -
,
deferred ~ (- ; 3) ; 4) -
)
disposable ~ - ~ by reference
( -
earning ~ )
excessive ~s actual ~
extra ~ incorporator
fixed ~ increment , , -
() ,
gross ~ ~ in profit
imputed ~ - ~ of assets

incrimination ,
miscellaneous ~
,
net ~
nonoperating ~ incroachment
operating ~
personal ~ inculpation , -
rental ~ ,
incumbent , (-
steady ~ )
to draw ~ judicial ~ , -
to insure ~
unearned ~ , - incumbrance 1) , ;
2) ( )
incomings , incumbrancer , -
incompatibility ; -
~ of duties -
indebtedness ,
incompetence , -
, indemnifee
~ of witness
( ) indemnification ,
~ through interest ,
indemnitor , -

mental ~

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infliction of penalty
indemnity 1) indulgence 1) ; 2) -
, , ; 2)
, , ; 3) , infancy ,
; 4) - 21 ( )
, natural ~ () 7
~ against liability 1) - inference 1) , ;
; 2) - 2)
, - adverse ~ -

~ against loss impermissible ~ -
insurance ~ -
permissible ~
pecuniary ~ inferenee ,
indent 1) , - inferior ,
; 2)
indentity infeudation (.) -
accounting ~ -
( )
infidelity
indenture 1)
infield ,
; 2)

indictee (.)
infliction 1) ,
indiction (.) , ( );
2) , ();
indisputability 3)
indissolubility ~ by act ()
individual , , ~ by innocence
, ()
private ~ ~ by insanity ()
public ~
indorsee , ~ by negligence ()
~ in due course -
~ by omission ()
indorsement
() ~ by recklessness (-
inducement 1) (- )
, ); 2) - ~ of damage ,
, , ;
3) ~ of harm ,
active ~ ( -
) ~ of loss
~ of penalty 1) ;
induction , -
2)

211
informality
informality 1) , - traffic ~ -
; 2) ;
; infractor
infringement (, -
~ of proceedings , , ); (.)
, - contributory ~ (.) -
,

information 1) ( technical ~
), ; 2) - trade dress ~ -
( ); 3) - ,
; 4)
~ in the nature of quo warranto - infringer
- assumed ~ -
,
inhabitance (.)
preliminary ~ -
inhabitancy ,


previleged ~ , -
inheritance 1) ; 2) -
to use ~ ( ) ; 3)
~ in remainder 1) -
informer 1) ; 2) -
; 2) -
,

common ~ (
~ in reversion 1) -
,
-
)
-
infraction (, - ; 2) (.) -
, ); ,
civil ~
de minimis ~ -
common ~ , -
major ~
petty ~ family ~ ,
price ~ -
several ~ , -
procedural ~ -

inhibition 1) -
substantial ~ , -
-

-
substantive ~ -
;

2)
technical ~
trading ~ - initiation 1) ,
-; 2) ,
212
real injury
~ of proceedings injury 1) , ,
injunction 1) ; ; 2) -
2)
~ pendente lite ~ by accident 1) ;
2) ; 3) -
~ pending appeal -
- ; 4) -

civil ~ - ~ dangerous to life -
; - ,
~ in fact ,
compromise-assessment-of-damages ~ ~ to health , -

~ to person
court ~ absolute ~ies , -
interlocutory ~ -
accidental ~
mandatory ~ actual ~ , -
optional ~ 1) -
; 2) - bodily ~
civil ~ ,
permanent ~ -
- claimed ~ ,
complete ~
perpetual ~ - continuing ~
definite ~ , -
post-patent ~ (.)
( - employee ~
, ,
, incidental ~
-, - irreparable ~
) legal ~
preliminary ~ - pecuniary ~ , -
, ,
preventive ~ permanent ~ 1) -
prohibitory ~ 1) ; ; 2)
2) personal ~ , -
special ~ , -
- physical ~ 1) ;
2)
temporary ~ public ~ies -
injurer , ,
injuria (.) ; - real ~ , -

213
relative injury
relative ~ innuendo (.) 1) -
reparable ~ , , ; 2)
, -
spiritual ~ - ,
, inobservance
temporal ~ - inoperativeness -
; , -
threatened ~ 1)
; 2) - inquest ; ,

to work an ~ , ~ of office -
trivial ~ , -
work ~
inlagation grand ~ ,

in latere (.) , inquirendo 1) -
, ; 2) -

inn 1) - inquirer , -
; 2)
~ of Chancery - inquiry 1) (), -
( ) ; 2) ; 3) ; -
~ of Court - ,
( ) biased ~ -
Grays ~ , -
( blue-ribbon ~ -
)
Lincolns ~ complete ~ -
( -
) forensic ~
innocence impartial ~ -
feigned ~ , -
incomplete ~ -
to maintain ones ~
judicial ~ ,
to produce ~
innovation 1) , on-the-record ~ 1) -
, ; ; 2)
2) (.) ( -
); () ; partial ~ 1) , -
; - ; 2) -

214
instructions to attorney
prejudicial ~ - ~ of principal
,
preliminary ~ - annual ~
by ~(s)
public ~ to pay off in ~s
social ~ instance 1) ;
to renew the ~ - 2) ,
; 3) ; 4) -
written ~ ; 5) , ; 6) ,
inquisition ; - ,
, appeals ~ , -
~ of office -
, - final ~
first ~
inquisitor first appeals ~
inroad ;
( - ) last ~
inscription ; , - second appeals ~

insight 1) ( - institute 1) , ;
); 2) , - 2) (, );
3) ; 4) -
(, )
insolvency ,
, institution 1) , -
, , ; 2) -
inspection -
; 3) (,
, , , , -
)

~ of proceedings
in camera ~ -
inherited ~

labour ~ instruction () -
roll call ~ () , , ,
~ from the court 1)
; 2) ()
inspector , , -
; -

()
labour ~ -
~ in law 1) ;

2) ; 3) -
installment , -
( ); ~ relative to law
; ;
~ of date ~s to attorney (to the barrister, to the
~ of debt , - solicitor) -
( )

215
instructions to client
~s to client - demand ~ , -

~ to the jury doubtful (dubious) ~ , -
abstract ~
- evidenced ~ , -

additional ~ - evidencing ~
,
false ~
clients ~ - legal ~
negotiable ~ 1) ;
curative ~s 2) (.) -
() -
negotiable (quasi-negotiable) ~ of title
general ~
original ~
legal ~ 1) ; primary ~
2) proved ~ ,
limiting ~s
proving ~
questionable ~
particular ~ questioned ~
recited ~
private ~ - sealed ~
, - signed ~
statutory ~
shipping ~s testamentary ~ , -
special ~ , ; -

vesting ~ -
standing ~s ,
written ~ ; -
instrument 1) , , - ,
; 2) (, , insufficiency , -
); 3) ,
~ of evidence , ~ of disclosure (.)
(
~ of proof -
bearer ~ )
contestable ~ ~ of subject-matter (.) -
corroborate , - , -

corroborating - insurance 1) ; 2) -
; 3)
216
indemnity insurance
~ free of particular average - credit ~
- crop ~
, cusualty-and-liability ~

~ of property damage disability ~ -

double ~
~ of substandard lives employers (liability) ~ -
,
~ with average - endowment ~

accident ~ - errors and omissions ~
,
additional ~ ,
excess ~
all-risk ~ family income ~
annuity ~
- fidelity ~ -

assessment ~ , fire ~
floaster ~
, -
automobile ~ -
flood ~
bad debts ~ , global ~
group ~
blanket ~ - group health ~ -

business interruption ~ guarantee ~

casualty ~ - guaranty or fidelity ~
-
collision ~ -

commercial ~ - hail ~
hall ~ ,
comprehensive ~
hazardous ~ -
concurrent ~ -
health ~
convertible ~ , - homeowners ~ -

cooperative ~ indemnity ~
corgo ~
217
joint life insurance
joint life ~ single premium ~ -

lease ~ social ~
legal expenses ~ - state ~
step-rate premium ~ ,
liability ~ -
life ~
limited payment life ~ straight life ~ -

limited policy ~ - surety ~ -

malpractice ~ - term ~ ,
(, ,
) third party ~ -
marine ~
mortgage ~ title ~
mutual ~
mutual life ~ to cover ~
trust ~ ,
national ~ - umbrella ~ , -

no-fault ~ , - unemployment ~ -

nonassessable ~ - universal life ~

ordinary life ~
warehouse-to-warehouse ~ -
paid-up ~
participating ~ - whole life ~

partnership ~ - workers compensation ~

patent ~ insurer
product liability ~ - integration , -
, ,
~of cases
profits ~
reciprocal ~ intelligibility -
renewable term ~
intendant
sea ~ intent , ,
self ~ ( ~ presumed from the act ,
- -
)
218
interest in tail
~ presumed from the fact , - within ~ ,
with no ~ , ,
abandoned ~ ,
, wrongful ~ , -
actual ~
beyond ~ , - intercession , -
,
clear ~ intercessor , , -
constructive ~ -
; , - intercourse ,
business ~
contractual ~ commercial ~
illicit ~
deliberate ~ - marital ~ -
, , -

interdict 1) , ;
domiciliary ~ -
2) (.) ; 3) (.)


entertained ~ -
, , interdiction 1)
- ; 2) (.)
first ~ ,
interest 1) , -
fraudulent ~ , , , ; 2) () -
; 3) ; 4) ( );
general ~ , 5) , -
, ; 6) , ; 7) -
mischievous ~
~ in estate 1) ;
obvious ~ 2) ; 3) -
out of ~ ,
~ in fee-simple
primary ~ , - ,
,
second(ary) ~ , ~ in land
, ~ in personality -
special ~ , ; ,
,
specific ~ , ~ in property ,
,
testamentary ~ ~ in realty
~ in tail , -
with ~ , , (
)

219
interest on arrears
~ on arrears legally protected ~ , -
~ on bonds - ,
legitimate ~ 1) ;
~ on judgement - 2)
life ~
~ on loan limited ~ 1) ;
~ upon interest - 2)
, marine (maritime) ~ -
absolute ~
accrued ~s mortgage ~s
adverse ~ - natural ~
; ; - open ~ -
-
part ~
beneficial ~ 1) ; past due ~ -
2) , --
pecuniary ~ , -
chattel ~ -
prejudgement ~
chattel ~ in land ,
proprietary ~ ,
compound ~
contingent ~ - reversionary ~
, ( - ,
) secured (security) ~
conventional ~
earned ~ simple ~
entailed ~s (- statutory ~ , -
- ;
) to bear ~
equitable ~ - usurious ~ -

executory ~ ; , valuable ~
vested ~s , -
furure ~ ,
illegal ~ , - interference 1) (.) -
-
insurable ~
joint ~ ; 2) , ; 3) -
leasehold ~
legal ~ 1) , - ~ of inventions (.) -
; 2) - ,
, ,

220
restrictive interpretation
~ with witness commonly accepted ~
()
multiparty ~ (.) comparative ~ -
, -
interlocution (.)
correct ~
interlocutor (.) disused ~
interlocutory - divergent ~ , -
,
doctrinal ~
interloper ,
equitable ~ 1) -
-
; 2)
intermarriage 1) - erroneous ~
, extended (extensive) ~ -
. . ; 2) -
false ~
intermediary flexible ~
intermediation genuine ~
interest ~ - impartial ~ -

intermediator judicial ~
internment latitudinal (latitudinarian) ~ -
interpellation , -
legal ~ 1) ;
2) ; 3) ,
interpleader 1) -

,
liberal ~
;
limited ~ (-
2) ,
)
interposition 1) ;
literal ~
2)
loose ~
interpretation misleading ~ ,
accepted ~
adverse ~ , - mistaken ~
narrow ~
ambiguous ~ 1) , - orthodox ~
; 2) - parsimonious ~
, ( ) partial ~
biased ~ , - predestined ~
purposive ~ -
binding ~
broad ~ restrictive ~ (-
close ~ (- )
)

221
statutory interpretation
statutory ~ 1) , - without-prejudice ~ 1) -
; 2) ; 2) -
strict ~ , (-
) intestability 1)
true ~ ; 2) -
verbal ~ ; 3)
violent ~
wrong ~ intestacy 1) ;
interpreter , - 2) , -
(- -
interrogatee )
interrogation intestate , -
compulsory ~ -
intimacy
pretrial ~ of witness (.) intimation
( )
intimidation
random ~ clandestine ~
suggestive ~ overt ~
interrogator , ; witness ~
intruder , -
interrogatory 1) , - -
; ;
; 2) - intrusion 1)
, , -
; 2) -
direct ~ - , ,

invalidation
intervener 1) ; 2) , , , -

intervention 1) ( invalidity -
); ,
; 2)
invasion ,
~ or right , -


~ of privacy
crisis ~
unwarranted ~ of privacy -


permissive ~
warranted ~ of privacy


interview (-
invention 1) ; 2) -
);
()
absentee ~
~ by selection -
( )

222
personal investigation
common ~ 1) - attorneys ~ (.) ,
; 2) (-
, - case ~
, - clandestine ~
, ) collateral ~
employees ~
joint ~ , complete ~ -

main ~ continuing ~ -
registered ~ -
dismissed ~ -
service ~
subject ~ ; dropped ~ -
, -
- duplicative ~ -

unassembled ~ field ~ -

vicious ~ , final ~ -

intentor 1) ; 2) , home ~
initial ~ -
actual ~
employee ~ - introductory ~ -

fellow ~ judicial ~
independent ~ , - latent ~
later ~ 1) -
; 2)
true ~ lawful ~
inventory(ies) , , -
, legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
~ of property
written ~ - legislative ~ -
,
investigation 1) , - major ~
; 2) (); 3) - ongoing ~ -
()
~ at the trial parallel ~ -
~ by default
() pending ~ -
active ~
additional ~ - personal ~ , -

223
preliminary investigation
preliminary ~ - irrelevance (irrelevancy) -
( ( , ),
-) irremovability
presentence ~ (- (., )
) irreversibility -

presentence ~ and report irrevocability
-
irritancy (.) -


pre-trial ~ 1) -
; 2) isonomy (.) -
,
private ~ issuance , , ,
social ~
( ) summary ~ () -
special ~
supplementary ~ issue 1) , -
; , -
to mount an ~ ; 2) ();
to pursue ~ - 3) , ; 4) -
; 5) (
unlawful ~ - ); 6) , ; 7) ,
; 8) , ,
investigator ~ at large
home ~ , ~ extinct
~ in the litigation
legal ~ 1) ; 2)
, ~ of fact -
investiture , -
- ~ of law -
, (
)
investment(s) (-
~ on the record , -
), ; -

; ; ;
~s of the case

actionable ~ , -
investor ,
institutional ~ at ~ , -
, -
invocation 1) ; 2) authorized stock ~
-; (, ,
, , . .); - bond ~
(, , , - chief ~ in litigation
)
224
jactus
collateral ~ 1) - ; 4)
; 2) ,
crucial ~ , ~ of property ,

general ~ , ~ on the agenda , -
(., )
general ~ at trial accrued ~s
conclusive ~s of circumstantial evidence
gut ~ -
immaterial ~ - , -
( )
immaterial (material) to the ~ () credit ~
debit ~
evidentiary ~ -
irrelevant to the ~ ( )
inconclusive ~s of circumstantial
issued capital ~ - evidence -
,
issued stock ~
joined ~ isolated ~s of (circumstantial) evidence
, - , -

lawful ~ , iter 1) (.)
; 2)
legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
itinerancy (.) (
material ~ )
( )
material ~ in the case ,

share ~
to raise ~
J
, jactitation , -

issuer , , ,
; ;

; (-
item 1) , , , )
; 2) ( ); 3) (- ~ of marriage
) ( ); 4) (
); , -
jactura (.) -


~ of account
~ of evidence 1) ; jactus (.)
2) ; 3) -

225
jawboning
jawboning - ,
Washington ~ (.) -
~ in defence
jeofail (.) -
- ~ in issue 1)
, , -
, ; 2) -
jeopardy 1) , ; 2) - ,
~ in pleading -
double ~ -

former ~ ~ of actions (of claims)

~ of defendants -
to be in ~
jetsam ,
~ of issue
jettison ()

; ,
, -
job (.)
jobber 1) , - ~ of parties -
; 2) ,
; 3) ; 4) - permissive ~ -
; 5) ; 6) - , -

job-sharing
prejudicial ~ -
John-a-nokes -
jointress ,
John-a-stiles -
( jointure ,
John-a-nokes) ;
John Doe 1)
; 2) , - journalizing
-
judge
~ and Richard Roe ~ in court
( ) ~ of competent jurisdiction -
joinder 1) , -
, ; 2) ~ ordinary (., .)
;
; 3) - ~ sitting in court
, ;

226
judg(e)ment on demurrer
chief ~ ~ entered of record -
chief ~ of common pleas -
~ for the defendant
circuit ~
city ~ ~ for the plaintiff
civil ~ , -
~ for want of plea
commercial ~ -
(
) ~ in equity , -
deputy ~ -
dissenting ~ , -
~ in error
examining ~ ,
president (presiding) ~ - ~ in personam , -

probate ~ - ~ in rem 1) ,
, ; 2) , -
puisne ~ , -
~ of cassetur breve -
regular ~
respondent ~ , ~ of court
, - ~ of dismissal -
,
senior ~ ~ of nonsuit -
single (sole) ~
trial ~ 1) ; ~ of quod computet -
2) ,
~ of quod recuperet -
vacation ~ (-
~ of quod respondeat outster
)
judg(e)ment 1) ,
; 2) ; ~ of repleader
3) , ,
~ at law , - ~ of retraxit -
; -
~ of revocation ,
~ by cognovit (actionem)
~ of separation -
~ by confession
~ on demurrer -
~ by default

227
judg(e)ment on pleading
~ on pleading - , -

~ on the merits desbarment ~ -

~ rendered for (against) - dormant ~
, () -
final ~ 1) ;
~ reserved - 2)
- first ~ 1) ;
2)
~ respited , - former ~

~ under attack - interlocutory ~ -
,
~ upon verdict - junior ~ -
( , -
adverse ~ )
agreed ~ , - legal ~
- money ~

alternative ~ - paid civil ~

ancient ~ personal ~
awarded ~ - -

bad ~ prior ~
cautionary ~ -
reasoned ~ -
civil ~ , -
reversed ~ -
conditional ~ , -
- satisfied ~ -

consent ~ - separate ~ , -
-
simulated ~ , -
contradictory ~

declaratory ~ -
, standing ~ , -
deficiency ~ 1) -
- state ~
; 2) , substantial ~
-
228
jurisdiction
summary ~ , judicatory 1) ; 2)
() -
judicature 1) -
to award ~ , ; 2) , -
to give (make, pass, render) ~ - , ; 3) -

to enforce a ~ judiciary 1) ; ;
to enter ~ 2) ; 3) , -

to open a ~ federal ~ (.) 1) ;
- 2)
independent ~ 1) ;
to pronounce a ~ 2)
local ~ 1) ; 2)
to quash a ~
national ~ (.) 1)
to recall ~ ; 2)
to recover ~ state ~ 1) ; 2)
judicium
to reverse (revoke) ~ - album ~ (.)

to satisfy ~ -
jumper 1) -

; 2) , -
to secure ~ , -


to suspend ~ jurat 1)
, , ; 2) ;
unpaid civil ~ - 3) (., .)
( -
unsatisfied ~ - ; 4)
( ,
valid ~ , - , -
, )
warped ~ - juration ;

judgeship 1) ; juri
, ; coroners ~
2) ,
chief ~ ; hung ~ , -
, -
jurisconsult , ,
judication ;
jurisdiction 1) -
, ; 2) -
229
jurisdiction in personam
, ; 3) - judicial ~ ,
; 4)
~ in personam - local ~
, maritime ~
~ in rem
actual ~ matrimonial ~ 1) -
- ; 2) -
adjacent ~ (- - ; 3) -
) -
adjudicatory ~ obligatory ~ -
admiralty ~
original ~
advisory ~ - , -

ambulatory ~ - out of ~
( - plenary ~
) ( )
ancillary ~ - probate ~
( - ,
, prorogated ~ -
, -
) ratione personae ~ -
appelate ~
removal ~
; - ( -
,
civil ~ )
common law ~ 1) state ~
, - subject-matter ~ -
; 2) -
; 3) summary ~ ()
competent ~
concurrent ~ - to acquire ~ -
,
contentious ~
to come within the ~
contestable ~
contested ~ to exercise ~ -
court ~
ecclesiastical ~ 1) to fall within the ~
; 2) -
trial ~ 1) -
investigative ~ ; 2)

230
voting juror
voluntary ~ 1) - inquest ~ (-
; 2) (- ) , -
, , -
) investigating grand ~ -
within ~ ,
writ ~ , - juvenile ~

partial ~
jurisprudence petty ~ ,
jurisprudent ,
jurist 1) , ; 2) (.) prejudiced ~ -

prospective ~
juror 1) ;
,
2)
reasonable ~
able ~ , -


regular ~ 1)
alternate ~ 1) -
; 2) (pl.)
, ;

2) (pl.) -
regular grand ~


biased ~
satisfied ~ ,
common ~ -
(),


deliberating ~s -
selected ~ , -


disqualified ~ -
special ~ ,


drawn ~ , -
summoned ~


empanelled ~
teen-age ~


excused ~
trial ~ ,

;
extra trial ~ 1) -
,
, ;
; -
2) (pl.) -

unable ~
fixed ~

good ~ -
unbiased ~ -


grand ~
voting ~
impartial ~ -

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jury
jury (), fair and impartial ~
, ,
fixed ~
~ deadlocked , - full ~
good ~ -
~ directed ,
grand ~ (
~ for trial , - )
grand ~ and the assizes
~ in session ,
~ in state of equilibrium grand ~ at the quarter sessions -
, -
~ of inquiry ()
hung ~ , -
~ of inquiry and presentment -
- impartial ~ -

~ of issue and assessment less-than-unanimous ~
-
one-man grand ~ -
( , -
alternate ~ - , )
packed ~
alternate grand ~ - ; (.)

biased ~ partial ~
common (petty, trial) ~ , - petit ~ -
-

common list ~ , - petty ~ , 12 -

prejudiced (prejudicial) ~ -
deadlocked ~ ,
prospective ~
deliberating ~ - ,
ran away grand ~
discharged ~
reasonable ~ -
drawn ~ , -
regular ~ -
empanelled ~ ,
regular grand ~ -
extra trial ~ -

232
arbitral justice
satisfied ~ , unpacked ~ -
(),
unprejudiced ~
selected ~ , -
voting ~
special ~ ( jury-box
- juryman ()
- grand ~
- jury-room
)
struck ~
jury-woman -
; , -

-
jus (.) 1) ( -
summoned ~ , ), ; 2)
-
teen-age ~ ~ sanguinis (.) ,
-
to discharge the ~ -
~ soli (.) , -
to hang the ~ (.)
justice 1) ; 2) -
to impanel (to poll)a ~ - , ; 3)
~ in court
to pack a ~ ~ in eyre ( -
)
to select a ~ - ~ of appeal
( )
to serve on a ~ - ~ of assize ( -
)
to strike a ~ - ~ of nisi prius
~ of the case 1) ; 2) -
to summon a ~
~ of the peace , -
traverse ~
- administered ~
administration ~ -
trial ~
adversary ~ -
unanimous ~ ,
appointed ~
unbiased ~ - arbitral ~ -

233
associate justice
associate ~ prejudiced (prejudicial) ~ 1) -
Assosiate J~ of the United States Supreme ;
Court 2)
bargain-basement ~ - public ~
puisne ~ ,
basse ~ (.) rural ~ of the peace -
biased ~ 1) - ;
; 2) , - social ~
summary ~ ()
career ~
chief ~ , - to administer ~
to bring to ~
chief ~ of the common pleas to deliver ~
to do (to dispense, to distribute, to mete
circuit ~ out) ~
, - to flee from ~ -

civil ~ - to promote ~ -
,
commiting ~ , - unbiased ~ 1) , -
-
dispensed ~ ; 2) , -
dissenting ~ , -
() unpaid ~ , -
distributive ~ -
justicement ,
equal ~
examining ~ justiceship 1) ; 2) -
fair ~ ; 3)
justiciability -
frontier ~ (.) ( )
impartial ~ 1) -
justiciar 1) (.) , -
; 2) -


-
industrial ~ , -
;

2) (.) -
issuing ~ ,
, -
justices ~

juvenile ~ 1) ; 2)
justiciary 1) ; 2) (., .)
lay ~ ;
one ~ justification 1) ; 2) -
partial ~ 1) - , ,
; 2) ~ of surety -

234
lack of evidence
( - direct ~
- judicial (legal) ~ 1)
) ; 2)
piece ~ (.) - official ~

justness (.) , pretrial ~ of witness (.)
( )

K
keelage ( -
L
) label 1) , -
keeper 1) ; 2) ; 2) ,
keepership - ~ of seized property

commercial ~ ,
keeping 1) , ;

2) , ; 3) -
mercantile ~ ,
, ; 4) ,
labour 1) , ; 2)
keyage -
casual ~

child ~
kin 1) (); 2) contract ~ 1) ;
2)
blood ~ indentured ~ -
near of ~
next of ~ labourer -
not of ~ , -
substandard ~
kind
kinsfolk , laches 1) ,
kinship ; 2) , ;
real ~ () 3)
knight-marshal -
( ) ~ of entry -
~ of the post - ()
, lack ,
knowledge 1) - ~ of enablement (.) -
; 2) , ,
-
actual ~ , -
( ); - ~ of evidence , -

235
lack of evidentiary support
~ of evidentiary support - landowner 1) -
, - ; 2)
, adjacent (adjoining) ~
~ of invention (.) - , -
,
() private ~ ,
~ of jurisdiction
~ of legal capacity language 1) ; 2) -
~ of novelty (.) - ,
, testamentary ~ 1) ;
~ of unity of invention - 2)
lapse 1) , -
lagan (- ; 2) ; 3) -
) (); 4)
land , - launch ,

~s in abeyance(cy) - law 1) ; 2) ; 3)
; 4)
adjacent (adjoining) ~ , ~ and order
- ~ as fact ,

charter ~ (.) 1) (pl.) ~ of agency , -
; 2) --
demesne ~s , ,
life ~ , - ~ of civil procedure -

no mans ~ ~ of contract
settled ~ ; , ~ of domestic(al) relations

tenemental ~ , ~ of employment
landholder 1) - ~ of evidence
; 2)
landing , ~ of landlord and tenant
,
landlord 1) ; 2) - ~ of marriage
; 3) ; ~ of master and servant
-
absentee ~ 1) , - ~ of personal property -
; 2) -
-, ~ of persons (
, , )
landman 1) ; 2) (.) ~ of practice , -

236
proper law of the contract
~ of procedure decisional ~
~ of property , domiciliary ~
exchange ~
~ of real property - formal ~ , -

~ of shipping - free ~
, homestead ~s
~ of succession
~ of the sea
~ of the situs housing ~
industrial ~
~ of torts industrial property case ~ -
~ of trusts -

absolute ~ - inheritance ~
instestate ~s -
adjective ~ -
adjective patent ~ --
insurance ~
admiralty ~ 1) , - judge-made ~
- ; 2) judicial ~
judiciary ~ 1) ;
broken ~ ; 2)
bunkruptcy ~ - labour ~
land ~
business ~ ; licensing ~
; - maritime ~
, - market ~ ;

case-~ marriage ~
child welfare ~ matrimonial ~ -
mercantile (merchant) ~
civil ~
commercial ~ naval prize ~
company ~ , occupational safety ~s -
() -
consumer protection ~s -
patent ~ (.) , -
contract ~
conventional ~ , private ~
; , - procedural ~
proper ~ of the contract , -
corn ~ , ; ,

237
property law
property ~ , - law-court
lawfulness , -
real (property) ~ -
, lawlessness
remedial ~ law-monger 1) (.)
safety ~s - ; 2) ,

law-office (.)
sea ~
succession ~ law-officer -
to become ~
to break the ~ lawsuit , -
to defeat the ~ - ; ; ;
; ;
to displace the ~ bona fide ~ -
to follow (to go in for) the ~
vexatious ~ -
to go beyond the ~
to go to the ~ , - law-writer
lawyer , ,
to infringe a ~ ,
to initiate ~ - business ~
; ,
to issue ~
to keep within the ~ civil ~
to lay down ~ - , ; -

to practise ~ civil liberties ~ ,

to sue at ~ civil practice ~ -
to take (to have) the ~ of smb. -
- commercial ~ -
to unmake ~ , - ; , -

trade ~s copyright ~ -
wage and hour ~s - ; -

corporation ~
welfare ~s - ; , -

working ~ ; - court-appointed ~ -

lawbreaker courtroom ~ -
law-breaking ,
defence ~ ,
238
leaseholder
family ~ lease , ,
,
free ~ ~ of trade name -
jack-leg ~ (.) , -
~ with option to purchase
juvenile ~ -
bailment ~ -
labour ~
, building ~
office ~ , concurrent ~ ( -
)
succession ~ - consumer ~
, - equipment ~
,
trial ~ , graduated ~
,
lawyering gross ~ -
index ~
laydays ,
master ~ -

,
reversible ~ (-
month to month ~


)
net ~ ; , -
layman , , -
lay-off 1) - -
; 2) parol ~ -

lead 1) ( -); perpetual ~ ,
2) ,
primary ~ proprietary ~ -
sandwich ~
secondary ~ - short ~
sub~
leader 1) ; leasee ,
( , - leaseback -
-
); 2) (, leasehold 1) -
; 2) -
)
~ in the lawsuit - building ~
life ~
leading , - long ~ 99
, leaseholder , ,

239
leaser
leaser , trust ~ -
leasing , -
universal ~ -
leave 1) ; 2) -
~ of absence
~ of court legacy-duty -
compassionate ~ ,
legacy-hunter (legacy-monger) -
paid ~
legacy , legalist ,
legatary 1) ,
~ of invention ( );
, - 2) ,
legatee , , -
absolute ~ ,
- residual (residuary) ~ (
accumulative ~ - ) -
, -
additional ~ -
specific ~ , -
conditional ~ - ; -

demonstrative ~ - legator ,
, -
legatory ( -
-
, )

general ~ - legislation ,
adjective ~ -
indefinite ~ -
business ~ -
lapsed ~ 1) , -
civil ~
(); 2) , judicial ~
labour ~
modal ~ , maritime ~
( - mercantile (merchant) ~ -
)
pecuniary ~ , - patent ~
procedural (remedial) ~ -
residuary ~
, legist
legitim ( )
specific (special) ~ , - legitimacy ; -
,
240
letters reguisitory
legitimate 1) ; ~ of attorney
2) ; 3) - ~ of caption
~ of commitment (.)
legitimateness
legitimation , - ~ of credit
~ of deposit
legitime 1) - ~ of guaranty
; 2) (.) - ~ of hypothecation ( -
, , );
~ of identification -

legitimism
~ of indemnity
legiminization , - ~ of inquiry
~ of introduction
lender ; -
; ~ of license - -
institutional ~ -
; , -
~ of procuration -
money ~ ,
mortgage ~ ~ of transmittal
lending
lend-lease (.) -, - ~s ad colligendum bona defuncti -

length
~ of recommitment ~s citatory , -

lesion ( - ~s dismissory (missive)
); ,
~s of administration -
lessee , , -
-

, -
lesseeship

lessor ~s of executor
letter 1) , ; 2) - -
,
~ of acceptance - ~s of marque (and reprisal) -

~ of administration 1) - ~(s) of mart
- ~s patent (.) ,

; 2) , ~s reguisitory
( )

241
letters testamentary
~s testamentary - ~ of lands to farm -

( ) levari
ancillary ~s ~ facias (.)
, - -

back ~ 1) - levy 1) ( . .) -
; 2)
( - (
- ); 2) , -
) , ,
business review ~ (.) property ~
- lex
( - ~ cause (.) ,
) ; , -
collection ~ ( -
, -
convering ~ - )
~ domicilii (.)
fixing ~ , ~ electa (.) , -
,
general ~s of administration ~ fori (.) -
,
~ loci actus (.) -
judicial ~ , - ,
~ loci celebrationis (.)
lodging ~ , - , -

official ~ (.) ~ loci contractus (.)
probative ~ , -
~ loci rei sitae (.) -
sea ~ (,
, ~ loci solutionis (.)
-
) ~ ordinandi (.) -
special ~s administration -
~ situs (.)
,
testamentary ~s -
~ voluntatis (.) ,
( )
testimonial ~ () - liability 1) ; 2) -
, ; 3) (pl.) , -
letting , ,
242
written libel
~ for damages primary ~
, product ~ -
~ imposed by law - (
, - )
reciprocal ~ies
accrued ~ies - secondary ~ , -
; -
adjudicated ~ -
severable ~ -
civil ~ - -
superadded ~ -
contingent ~
() to change ~
corporate ~ -
to incur ~ () ,
current ~ies
deferred ~ies - tortious ~
unlimited ~ -
delictual ~
double ~ - vicarious ~ -
;
exclusive ~ - libel 1) ,
(.
fixed ~ies - ); 2) (

fixed ~ -
); 3) ( -
individual ~ - )
actionable ~ ,
joint ~ ,
class ~
legal ~ handwritten ~ ,
limited ~ -
mass-media ~ -
long-term ~ies -
newspaper ~ , -
occupiers ~ -
, obscene ~ , -
organizational ~
typewritten ~ ,
pecuniary ~ 1) -
; 2) written ~
personal ~

243
libelant
libelant 1) ; 2) , express ~ ,
( - ; -
,
) field-of-use ~ -
libellee (
)
libeller , label ~ (.)
libellus ( ) ( (
~ famosus (.) )

libertas (.)
)
liberty , marriage ~ -
~ of a port
licence (license) , - nonpatent ~ ,
, -
~ by estoppel (.) , - oral ~
passive ~ () -

~ for marriage - patent ~ (.)
royalty-free ~
~ in amortization - sole ~ 1) , -
; 2) -
~s of right (.) - (,
( - -
)
- to obtain a ~ ,
; -
, - validated ~ -
)
~ under a patent (.) - vehicle ~
village ~ -
absolute ~ (-
) ( - licensability -
-

licensee 1) ,

, ; 2) (.)
)
~ of patent rights
assignable ~ -
, - licenser (licensor) 1) , -
, ; 2) (.) -
driving ~ , -
- ~ of patent rights
patentee ~ --

244
life-estate
trade secret ~ - -
licensing , -
charging ~
compulsary ~ - chattel ~ -

package ~ (.) - conventional ~ ,
, -
demurrage ~
licensure (.) -
, . .
equitable ~ , -
lien 1) (-

-
factors ~
),

; 2) ; 3) -
judgement ~
, -


junior ~
~ of a covenant -
maritime ~ 1) -

-
~ of attachment
;

2) ,
~ of garnishment


possessory ~
accountants ~ 1) -
salvage ~ -
- (
; 2) - )
senior ~

admiralty ~ statutory ~
agents ~ -
tax ~
agisters ~ , -
vendors ~ , -

agricultural ~
lienor 1) , -

; ,
attorney-~ -
; 2) ; 3) -


, ,
life 1) ; 2) ;

3)
bankers ~ -
economic ~


building ~
, - life-estate , -

245
life-hand
life-hand , - descending ~ -

life-hold female ~ (, -
liferent (.) - )
, - marriage ~s
, transversal ~
lineal -
life-tenant
lighterage , linkage ( -
/
limit 1) ; 2) ; /
)
limitation 1) (- liquidator
, ); 2) - ~ of the estate , -
, ; 3)
; 4) ( - liquidity
) li s
~ of actions ~ pendens (.) ,
~ of estate -
( ) list ,
assessment ~ , -
-
~ of liability acts cause ~
, commercial ~

time ~ 1) , ; common jury ~ , -
2)
line 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ; 4) (.) exigent ~
( )
~ of ancestor jury ~ 1) ; 2) -
, -
~ of argument
~ of conduct New Procedure (N.P.) ~
~ of demarcation
short cause ~ ;
~ of duty ,
ascending ~ - ( -
)
base ~ () ( special jury ~ , -
) -
collateral ~
credit ~ trial ~

246
maritime loan
litigant , - living 1) ; 2) (.) -
; -
private ~ - ,
~ apart
public ~ - ~ together
load -
litigation , -
, loading
anti-trust ~ - loan ;
~ at call (at notice) -
appellate ~ -
~ at interest
civil ~ - ~ at short notice ,

former ~ ~ for consumption , -
later ~ , -
~ for exchange -
local ~
pending ~ ~ for use ,

post-trial ~ - ~ of collateral -

previous ~ ~ of goods
state ~ ~ on call
litigator , ( - amortized ~ -
) ; ,
litiscontestation ; bad ~
bank ~
litispendence 1) bottomry ~ , -
;
; 2) - bridge ~
, -
brokers ~
livery 1) ; - call (demand) ~ -
; 2) ,
; 3) - conventional ~
installment ~
~ in deed
~ of seisin , - juice ~ ( -
)
to lie in ~ long sighted (long term) ~ -

maritime ~ ,

247
mortgage loan
mortgage ~ - First Sea ~ (.)
( )
mutual ~ law ~s
non-performing ~ , - mesne ~ ()
loser -, -
non-recourse ~
; - loss , , ,
personal ~ ~ of assets ()
precarious ~ ()
real-estate ~ ~ of consortium
straight ~
time ~ , ~ of earning capacity -

to raise ~ ~ of effect ,
unsecured ~
location 1) , ; ~ of faculty -
2) (.) /-
; 3) , - ~ of right
, - ~ of wages (.,
, ; )
4) ; , absolute total ~ -

lockout , accrued ~
actual ~
locus ( )
~ delicti (.) apprehended ~
~ standi (.) 1) ;
2) , claimed ~
constructive ~ (-
lodgement 1) - ) ( -
; 2) (, . .); )
3) , ; 4) , incurred ~ ,
(, ) -
lodger 1) , -
; 2) (, . .) partial ~ (-
)
lodgings ,
pecuniary ~ , -
lord , ,
~ of manor , - prospective ~
real ~ ,
L~ of Session sustained ~
() to accept potential ~es
~s of appeal , -
- to counter the ~
248
malpractice
to incur ~es stipendiary ~ -
to inflict a ~ ,
to limit ~es on unprofitable trade - trial ~ , -

to make good a ~ magistrature 1) (.)
to repair a ~ ; 2)
to suffer a ~ , -
~s and duties
to sustain ~ , - mailing 1) ; 2) (.)

total ~ (., - mainmort
) (
lot 1) (); 2) )
() mainpernor ( )
loyalty , mainprise 1) (.) ;
2)
maintainor , -
M -

machinery , maintenance 1) (
~ of justice );
2) , ; 3) -
judicial ~ , - , ,
; 4) ,
magistracy 1) - ~ of accounts
; 2) ; 3) ~ of order
, separate ~ , -
magistrate (
, ); ;
; ; - majority
- maker 1) ,
; , ; 2) -
,
chief ~ ; maladministration -
, -
committing ~

maladministrator , -
federal ~ (.) -
;

( . . )
issuing ~ -
malpractice 1) -
lay ~ ; 2) -

249
legal malpractice
legal ~ manner 1) , ,
, ; 2) (.) -
,
man 1) ; 2) , - ~ of payment
~ of proving
~-in-possession - manual ; ;
,
~ of law , , bench ~ -
~ of straw
( ) manucaption -
contact ~
jury ~ , manuscript ,
final ~
odd ~ original ~
single ~ , mark , , ;
management 1) ; 2) -
, certification ~
case ~ (- (., -
, )
) defensive ~
manager 1) - trade ~
; 2) market ; ; ; -
mandamus (.) ;
- ~ overt , , -

mandatary ; auction ~
, bear ~ , -
mandate 1) , -
; 2) , bull ~ , -
mandator
, closed ~ ( -
mandatory , , )
, - commodity ~
free ~ ,

manifest , -
illicit ~

labour ~ , -
inward ~

()
licit ~
outward ~
local ~ ,
()

ships ~ , -
money ~

open (public) ~

250
to discharge (to dissolve) a marriage
thin ~ ( - hedge ~
) informal ~
marketability - invalid ~
, , irregular ~ , -

marking left handed ~
patent ~ (.) - legal ~ ,
, limping ~ , -
(
marriage , )
~ at law mercenary ~
~ by habit and repute - mixed ~
morganatic ~
, (, -
~ by proxy , , -
)
~ in issue nonconformist ~
~ terminable by pleasure , -
plural (polygamos) ~ , -
bigamous ~ ,
ceremonial ~ , previous ~
proved ~
civil ~ putative ~ -
common-law ~ ,
companionate ~ , - ( ,
- )
- questionable ~
questioned ~
conformist ~ - regular ~ -
,
contestable ~ Scotch ~ 1) (. .
contested ~ , -
Gretna-Green ~ , , , -
; ( - , -
, , - , );
, 2)
, - sham ~
, shotgun ~ (., .) -
)
forcible ~ - subsequent ~
to contract ~ -
former ~
future ~ to discharge (to dissolve) a ~ -

251
to procure marriage
to procure ~ - taxing-~ , -

to solemnize a ~ , vendue ~
mate 1) ; 2) -
valid ~
void ~ material ,
voidable ~ case ~ , -
marriageability -
evidentiary ~ , -
marriageableness
marshal 1) ( , materiality , -

); 2) (.) ~ of evidence -
judges ~ ,
maternity
matriheritage 1) -
marshlling - ; 2)

matrimony ,
mass 1) ; 2) matron 1) ,
~ of evidence , ; 2)
~ of the succession matter 1) , ,
; 2)
general ~ of a bankrupts estate - , ,
~ at law
master 1) ( - ~ in contest
); 2) ; 3) - ~ in contraversy ,
(, -
~ in deed 1) ,
, - ; 2)
) ~ in despute (in issue)
~ of requests , ~ in pais 1) ,
; 2)
~ of the bench -
~ of argument
chief ~ - ~ of confidence
( - ; , -
)
practice ~ - ~ of defence , -
(
- ~ of fact
) ~ of form , -
ship ~
252
meeting
~ of law 1) (- procedural ~
); 2) ,
~ of litigation questionable ~
~ of practice () -
maturation -
~ of proced ure ,
maturity 1) , -
~ of record 1) , - ; 2)
; 2) - ,
~ of instrument
~ of right (-
) at ~ , -
~ of substance ()
ancillary ~ means 1) , ; 2) -
, ,
civil ~ 1) ; 2) - ~ of identification ,

collateral ~ ~ of proof
copyrightable ~ , amicable ~ ,
; - ( )
( - dishonest ~ , -
)
denied ~ , - illegal ~ , -

disproved ~ - lawful ~ ,

disputable ~ pacific ~
established ~ , -
measure ; ; ;

;
evidential ~ 1) ;
~ of damages
2) ; 3) -
judicial ~

legal ~s
litigated ~
remedial ~s
new ~ 1) -
to pass a ~
; 2) ;
( - mediate
)
pending ~ mediation
preliminary ~ , mediator ,
- medium , ,
~ of exchange
probative ~ 1) ; (, , )
2) ; 3) - meeting 1) , ;
2)
253
meeting in camera
~ in camera ~ of defence -
,
~ of minds - ~s of the case , -

enlarged ~ to decide on ~s
private ~ merx (.) ,
public ~ messuage -
melioration , -

member ancient ~ , -
~ of circuit
~ of legislative body , method 1) , ; 2) (.)
~ of the bar 1) ,
; 2) (pl.) Michaelmas
~ of the bench , middleman 1) ; 2) -
, -
~ of the grand jury -

minority
~ of the (petty) jury
minutes ( . .)
adopted ~ ~of evidence -
legal profession ~ , ,
~ of proceedings -

memorial
~ of the court
a mensa et thoro agreed ~ ,
( -
) to take ~
divorce ~ -
misadventure
( -
) misappropriation
,
merchantman
misappropriator , -
merciament
, , -
merger ,
~ of cases
misbranding

,
conglomerate ~ , -
~of inferior goods , -
-
-


corporate ~
miscarriage 1) -
merit 1) , ;
; 2) ,
2)
~ of justice , -
~ of appeal

254
hand money
mischarge , - mistrial ,

mischief , mitigation ,
malicious ~ - ~of damage -

misconduct - ~ of penalty ,
; ;
judicial ~ , - mittimus (.) 1)
; 2) (.)
parental ~ (, )
mobility ,
misdirection -
moderator
misjoinder - modification , -
-
~ of judgement

~ of causes of action modus (.) ,
- ~ procedendi (.) -

~ of inventors (.) - ~ vivendi (.) , -

~ of parties - money ,
~ due
~ of patents (.) -
caution ~
mispleading - cheap ~ -
; ;
misrepresentation 1) -
, ; 2) - condemnation ~ , -

misstatement conduct ~ -

~ in the record danger ~ -

mistake , dispatch ~ , -
~ of fact
~ of law
clerical ~ earnest ~
honest ~ - glove-~ (.) -
,
operative ~ -
hand ~
255
hush money
hush ~ (- mortgager
. .) ,
insurance ~ mortmain , -
key ~ -
suit ~ , - -
money-lender (, -
monition 1) ; 2) . .)
motion
moot ( ~ for a new trial
)
mooter - ~ in arrest of judgement

mooting ,
( ) ~ in court ,

mortality
~ to dismiss ,
case ~
,
( ,
interlocutory ~
)

mortgage , , , - oral ~
post-judgement ~ , -
~ of goods - -
, post-trial ~ ,

bond and ~ - post-verdict ~ , -
,
pre-trial ~ ,
blanket ~ -
pre-verdict ~ , -
chattel ~ -
, - renewed ~ -
; , -
to deny a ~
closed ~ ( - to grand a ~ -
-
) to make a ~
loan ~ to satisfy a ~ -
open ~ ( -
) verbal (unwritten) ~
package ~ (- written ~
, )
movables
welsh ~
heirship ~ (.) , -
mortgagee -
,
256
negligence
; , - ones own ~ ,
-
mover , narration (.)
mulct , nati
meltifariousness ~ et nascituri (.) ,

mute , - navigation ,
coastal ~
mutuant surface ~
mutuar/y necessary (necessaries) -
, -

necessitudo (.) , -
N ,
name , , necessity ( -
assumed ~ , - ,
, -
brand ~ ); -
()
business ~ actual ~
case ~ , , - direct ~ ,

copyrighted ~ (), extreme ~
( -
corporate ~ () - )
indirect ~ , -
fictitious (false) ~
generic ~ (, reasonable ~ , -
)
maiden ~ neglect , , -
married ~
patent ~ (- ~ of children -
, -
- ~ of official duty
)
proprietary ~ - ~ to observe care -
, -
; - excusable ~ ,

trade ~ 1) , - wilful ~ ,
, -
; 2) (); negligence , -
() ,
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blameworthy negligence
blameworthy ~ , - decree (order, rule) ~ (.)
, (. -
comparative ~ - ), -
,
contributory ~
hazardous ~ nolle prosequi (.)
legal ~ ,

ordinary ~ - non-ability 1) ;
, 2) -
passive ~ , -
non-access -
petty ~ (
subsequent ~ , )
-
non-acceptance

( . .),
negotiability -
nonage
; , -
(, . .); - non-appearance
non-assumpsit -
negotiation 1) ,
; 2) , , non-claim -
(); 3)
without-prejudice ~ non-consummation -
()
non-deviation -
negotiator 1) ; 2) , ( )
; - non-feasance 1) -
, -
neutrality (- ; 2) ()
) non-joinder 1) -
next-of-kin ; 2)
( ; 3) (.) -
) (
presumptive ~ - )
nonjuror ,
nisi (.)
~ prius (.) 1) non-liquet -
-
; 2) (.) ( )
non-prosequitur (.)

258
notice to produce
nonsuit 1) - ~ of appropriation -
; 2) - ()
-
, - ~ of charges -
-
nonsupport 1) - -

- ; 2) ~ of copyright (
non-term )
non-user 1) ~ of dedication (to public use) (.)
, -
; 2) ,

~ of dishonour -
notary 1) ; 2) (.) -
() (

)
~ public
~ of hearing
note 1) , ~ of motion originating ,
; 2) , ; 3) -
~ of opposition ,
~s payable (receivable) - ~ of orders or judgements -
( )
approved indorsed ~s ~ of protest
~ of receipt
collateral ~ ~ of taking depositions
explanatory ~ - -
;
marginal ~ , ~ of trial
;
promissory ~ () - ~ of witness(es) -
,
reclaiming ~ (.) ~ to admit (
-
notice , ; - )
; ~ to appear
~ in writing ,
~ to creditors -
~ of action
~ of allowance - ~ to plead

~ of appeal - ~ to produce -

~ of appearance
( )

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notice to quit
~ to quit nullity 1) (-
. .); 2) ,
;
~ of marriage
bankruptcy ~
nuncupation
distringas ~
-
( )
judicial ~ ( O
, -
oath (-
)
); ,
personal ~ 1) ;
~ in litem , -
2)

presumptive ~ -

~ of calumny ,
pretrial ~ -
, -

, -
second ~

unmatched trade ~ -
~ of fealty

~ of qualification -
notification , ,
, ~ on arrival -
~of indebtedness , -
assertory ~ -
novation 1) (); (),
2) ; 3) - civic ~
corporal ~
novel 1) , -
; 2) decisive decisory ~ -
novelty ()
absolute ~ (.) - escape ~
extrajudical ~
isle ~ (.) ()
( ) false ~ -
non-patentable ~ (.) -
( - judicial ~
- left-handed ~
), - solemn ~
suppletory ~ , -
nullification ; -
, to administer ~ ,

260
indivisible obligation
to deny on ~ - objuration , -
;
to make ~ obligant ,
to release from ~
obligation 1) , . .
voluntary ~ - , ; 2) -
; 3)
oath-breaker ~ of contract -
oath-helper , -
~ of oath 1) -
; 2)
oath-taking , - absolute ~ -
,
obiter dictum (.) accessory ~ -
() , -
; - accrued ~
, civil ~ ; -
,
object 1) ; 2) , , concurrent ~ -

~ in issue conjunctive ~ -
~ of action
~s of a power , - contractual ~ -
- ,
counterpart ~s -

objection
cross ~
~ in point of law -
determinate ~ , -

-
~ to a juror
-
legal ~
divisible ~
to raise an ~
express or omplied ~ -
to sustain ~ , -
-


to take an ~ to smth. -
heritable ~ , -
-

object-matter imperfect ~ , -
~ of patent (.) ; - ; -
, -
; , indeterminate ~ , -
, -
objector , -
indivisible ~

261
joint obligation
joint ~ observer ,
legal ~ -
joint and several ~
obviousness (.) (
; - , -
)
legal ~ 1) ; occupancy 1) , ;
2) 2) ; 3)
obediential ~ , - actual ~ 1) ;
2)
perfect ~ ; occupant 1) , ;
, 2) , ,
personal ~ 1) , - ; 3) ; ,
;
2) , - occupation 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ,
pure ~ manual ~
real ~ notorious ~
several ~ - own ~

occupier ; , -
shared ~

single or penal ~ -
- offence 1) ; 2) -
()
solidary ~ - ~ against the law
~ of agreeing to indemnify sureties
to assume ~s -

to cancel an ~ - acquisitive ~s -
,
to meet an ~ 1) - civil ~ ,
; 2)
disorderly ~ -
obligator ,

;
licensing ~ -
obligee , -
, minor ~ ,
obligor ,
, , petty ~s
obliquity public ~
obreption (.) regulatory ~ (.) -
- , -
observant -
trivial ~

262
acting officer
offender office 1) ; 2) ,
civil ~ - ; 3) , ,
; 4)
diverted ~ , - , -
-
- ~ found -
( , ,
-
)
juvenile ~ - ~ of honour -

minor ~ 1) , - ~ of profit
; 2) - ~ of trust
appointed (appointive) ~
recorded ~ -
central ~ (.,
offendress )
offer , ; - judicial ~
, legal ~ 1) ;
~ of compromise - 2)
life ~
~ of proof ( ) - paper ~ ()
patent ~
~ without obligation principal ~ - -

attractive ~ registry ~ -
conditional ~
confusing ~ , stipendiary ~ -

firm ~ to forfeit ones ~
standing ~ -
to hold ~ , -
to accept an ~ ,
to suspend from ~ -
to make an ~
to revoke an ~ office-holder
to tender ~ officer , ,
to withdraw an ~ -
~ of court
offeree ; , - ~ of justice 1) ,
; 2) -
offerer (offeror) ; , - ,
acting ~

263
company officer
company ~ (- offtake
)
corporate ~ - ombudsman , -
,
hearing ~ (.) , omission 1) (-
. .), , -
judicial ~ , ; 2)
omittance 1) -
law ~ ; 2) -
law-enforcement ~ -

onus (.) , ,
legal ~ -

~ of proof (of proving) -


part-time ~ , -

-
~ probandi (.)

welfare ~ 1) (.) - opening 1) -


; 2) (.) - (
, - ); 2) ,
the ~
official , - operation 1) ;
, 2) ; 3) -
business ~ - ; 4) , ,

career ~ operator 1) (.) -
civil justice ~ - ; 2) ,
opinion 1) ; 2) -
company ~ - ,
advisory ~ -
defendant ~ , -
concurrent (concurring) ~ -
judicial ~ ,
legal ~ counsels ~
private ~ -
court ~
recording ~ -
, defence ~ , -
official-designate ,
dissenting ~ ();
off-put (.)
extrajudicial ~ , -
offset 1) ; 2) -
; -
; 3) , -
, -


264
order of prohibition
fixed ~ orator 1) (.) ;
individual ~ 2) , ,
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) - oratress , , -
; 3) -
order 1) , , -
legal ~ , , ; 2) -
majority ~ ; 3) ; 4) ; 5) ,
minority ~ ; 6) ( -
partial ~ ); 7) -
per curiam ~ /
precedent-setting ~ , -
~ for collection
preconceived ~ - ~ for costs
,
separate ~ ~ for possession
undivided ~ , ; -

opponent 1) ( ~ nisi , -
); ; 2) - (
, , -
opposition 1) ; 2) - )
~ of certiorari -
option 1) , ; ( -
2) ; 3) )
~ for the put ~ of convenience and necessity
~ of change -
~ of collection - , -
( )
~ of payment ~ of court
~ to purchase ~ of discharge
buyers ~ -
call ~
cargo ~ , - ~ of examination (.)

commodity ~ -- ~ of filiation -

commodity futures ~ - ~ of jurisdiction -
-
first ~ - ~ of precedence -

put ~ ~ of priority
sellers ~ ~ of prohibition , -
to deal in ~s - - -

265
order of proof
~ of proof decreral ~ , -

~ of revivor - delivery ~ 1)
-
~ of succession - ; 2)
disbarment ~ -
~ to show cause
( discovery ~ -
,
) disregard tape ~
adjudication ~
enforcement ~
adoption ~ established ~
affiliation ~ - exclusion ~ -

agreed ~ , garnishee (garnishment) ~
-
,
Anton Piller ~ (.) -
, ; -
-
, general ~s -
( -
) interim ~
appealable ~ , - interlocutory (intermediate) ~ -
-
bastardy ~ -
- judges ~ ,

buying ~ judicatory civil ~ ;
charging ~ -
mandatory ~
( -
chartering ~ (- ,
)
) non-molestation ~ -
commission ~ - ; , -
-
commutation ~ original ~
-
preliminary ~ -
consent ~ ; ,

266
outmarriage
procedural ~ - to handle ~s
to follow ~s
protection (protective) ~ to make an ~ -
(.,
, to reverse an ~
,
- unfilled ~
) unsatisfied ~
receiving ~ 1) -
- vesting ~ -
; 2) ; 3) ( -
- -
, )
winding-up ~ -
reparation ~ ( - ()
) - ordinary 1) ;
( ) 2) (.) -
resting ~ ; 3) (.) -
restraining ~ -
organization , -
restriction ~ -
judicial ~
satisfied ~ () orphan
selling ~
orphanage (.) -
separation ~ -


stipulation ~ - ouster (. -
);
stop ~ 1) , ouster-le-main (.) -
- ;
2) , -
-
stop-limit ~ -, - outdweller ,
, -
stop payment ~ -
outgoer , -
substantive ~ -
outlay(s) , , -
support ~ -
capital ~s
time limit ~ , - current ~s
full cost ~s
to accept ~s outmarriage

267
outsider
outsider 1) ; 2) - evicted ~ ;
( - ,
) general ~ -
overclaiming (.)
- joint ~s
know-how ~ -
; - (. . )
, - legal ~
- limited ~ ,
-
( - managing ~ ()--
)
over-insurance - original ~ -
, -
part ~ 1) ; 2)
property ~
overtime
reputed ~ -
owelty (
, special ~ ,
)
owner ; surface ~
~ in common - , -

~ of record -
, owner-occupier --
~ of vessel
absolute ~ , - ownership 1) ,
, ;
abutting ~ 2)
; - ~ in common
, - ~ of property -
(., )
adjoining ~s corporate ~ -
,
adult ~ - joint ~
land ~ , -
beneficial ~ -- , -
, ,
- state ~ -
corporate ~ -
; stock ~
oyer -
disponent ~ - , -
equitable ~ ( )
268
parenthood
chattel ~ ,

circuit ~ -
P
claim ~s
pacatio (.) , commodity ~ 1) -
package 1) (); 2) - ; 2) ;
, 3) , -
packer , - -

pact ; , ( couriers ~s
) moving ~s
~ de non alienando (.) peremptory ~ , -

bare ~ , ships ~s
test ~ ,
marriage property ~ --
, testamentary ~ , -
, -
nude ~ ,
trade ~s
paction , vessel ~s
palinode (.) parcels -
, ,
palmarium (.) - parcenary 1) ; 2) -
-
parcener ,
panel - parent ,
;
~ of jurors adopting (adoptive) ~ -
~ of trial judges
foster ~s
arbitration ~ natural (real) ~ -
panellation -
surrogate ~ , -

paper 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
, parentage 1) , -
~ of causes ; 2)
bank ~ 1) , unknown ~ -
; 2) , -
parentela
case ~s parenthood ,
,
269
parephernalia
parephernalia ~ and party costs -
, -
parol , ,
~ies and their privies ,
pars (.) , -
, ~ies at variance
~ gravata (.) - ~ies concerned

~ rea (.) ~ies to dispute 1) ;
part 1) ( , - 2)
); 2) , ; ~ in controversy
bairns ~ (.) -
, ~ in default , -
dead mans ~
~ in (at) fault
deads ~ (.) - ~ in interest
- ~ litigant
~ to a dispute
deaths ~ ~ to a litigation

wifes ~ - ~ to an action at law -

~ to a (law) suit
partator ; (-
~ to a trial , -
)

partiality , - ~ to be charged 1) , -
; 2)
particulars ; ~ to the proceedings
, ~ to the trade , -
~ of breaches and objections
accomodation ~
~ of sale - adverse ~ ( -
)
partisanship applicant ~
partition (, - competent ~
) contending ~ies
partner 1) , - contracting ~
, ; 2) defaulting ~ 1) , -
latent ~ - ; 2) , -

party 1) ( , - defeated ~
. .); 2) , , fellow ~
intermediate ~

270
pater
intermediate ~ in a multiparty interference importation ~
(.) industrial ~
- infringed ~ ; -
(. . - ,
) land ~ ,
junior ~ (.)
( , lapsed ~
),
legally effective ~ -
losing ~ ,
moving ~ , - litigious ~
master ~
offended ~ nuisance ~
opposing (opposite) ~ - (, -
, -
original ~ )
other ~ opposed ~
prevailing ~ , original ~ (.) ;
private ~
proving ~ petty ~ ( -
rebutting ~ , )
requesting ~ - pioneer ~ -

senior ~ (.) ( process ~
, registered ~ (.) -
) ;
successful ~ , reissuend ~
the guilty ~ senior ~ (-
the injured ~ ,
the ~ to a contract - )
unenforceable ~ ,
unsuccessful ~ (
patent (.) )
assailable ~ , utility ~ 1) (.) -
; 2)
basic ~ voidable ~
combination ~ patentability
confirmation ~ patentee , -
expired ~ , ; , -

freed ~ , - patenter
patenting
home ~ ,
pater (.)
;
271
paternity
paternity to effect a ~
patria to make ~
patricula to present for ~ -
patrimony 1) , -
; 2) to tender ~

patron 1) , -
unappropriated ~ , -
; , ;
-
2) ; 3)

patronage 1)
pecunia (.) ,
; 2) , -

; 3)
~ non numerate (.) -
pawn ,
pawnee ~ numerate (.)
pawner (pawnor) , - ( )
~ trajectitia (.) cc,
pawnshop , -
pay , , -

payee , ; peddler
peddling
payer pedigree 1) , -
payment , ; 2) ; 3)
~ for honour - ,
, penalty , , ;

~ in kind , civil ~ -
~ in lien of appearance - pecuniary ~
pendency () -
~ in part , -
~ of appeal -
~ into court
pendicle (.)
~ of costs pendicler (.)
accord ~
pensio (.) ,
advance ~ ,

after-~ , -
, pension 1) ; 2) -
appropriated ~ , ; 3) , ; 4) -

cash ~s
indefinite ~ (.) , - people ,
lay ~

272
wrongful person
peremption 1) permittee , -
;
2) , permutatio (.) ,
perfection , pernancy
(-); ( . .)
performance , - pernor ( . .)
~ of profits , -
alternative ~ -
() perpetuation
characteristic ~ ( ~ of evidence (-
) )
negligent ~ of duty - ~ of testimony -

specific ~ () perpetuity 1) ;
; 2)
substantial ~ -
perquisitio (.) , -
,


person , -
peril ,

~ insured
~ of law
~s of the Lakes (-
~ on trial
-
adjudicated ~ , -
)

~s of the sea
artificial ~
maritime ~
committed ~ 1) , -
perjuration (.) - ; 2) ,

perjurer corporate ~
perjury - ficticious ~
, incorporated ~
to commit ~ juridical (juristic) ~
,
permission legal ~ 1) ; 2)
~ of appeal
natural ~
legal ~ , private ~
public juridical ~ -
permit 1) ();
2) sued ~
carrier ~ - third ~ ,
tried ~ ,
user ~
wrongful ~
273
personality
personality 1) ; insufficient ~ -
2)
actors ~ , - meritorious ~ -

legal ~ originating ~
separate ~ -
reclaiming ~ (.)
personalty ,
sufficient ~
tangible ~ to present a ~ -
,
personation 1) , - petitionee (.) , -
; 2) (.) ,
-
petitoner ,
perversion , - pignoratio (.)
pignoration , (-
~ of justice - ),
; pignus (.)
piracy , -
petition , , - ; ,
, literary ~ -
~ for allowance of appeal -
-
pirate , -
~ for appeal , ,
; - piscary
place 1) ; 2)
~ for nullity - ~ of contract -
(,
. .) ~ of profit
~ for rehearing (- ~ of the forum
)
~ in bankruptcy placement , ,

~ of right ( - ~ in care , -
)
~ of urgency ~ of loan

placita communia (.) -
form ~ -

; -
placitum (.)
-
~ fractum (.) ,


274
common pleas
plaint ,
plaintiff
~ in cross , ~ of justification
-
to find for the ~
~ of necessity
plea 1) -
, ~ of never indebted
; 2) -
; 3) (.) , ; ~ of nul disseisin
4) ; 5) ; -
6) ()
; 7) ; 8) - ~ of payment
, ,
~ in abatement ~ of privilege -
(); -
, , ; ~ of res judicata
; -
-
~ in bar -
, -
~ of tender , -
~ in bar special -
- -

~ in discharge - ~ to delay action

~ in reconvention 1) ; ~ to further maintenance of action -
2)
~ in suspension , -
- ~ to the jurisdiction -

~ of alibi ~ to the merits -
~ of another action pending -
, - affirmative ~ , -

anomaious ~ ,
~ of common employment -
-
, civil ~
, common ~ 1) ;
2)
common ~s
~ of general issue -
275
defendants plea
defendants ~ ( ) to set up a ~
; - traversable ~

dilatory ~ pleader ;
( )
fictitious ~ - pleading 1)
; - ; 2) (pl.) -
; , - ; 3) (pl.) ;
; 4)
, ; , ;
5) ,
foreign ~ -
accusatory ~ -
general issue ~
amended ~ -
,
informed ~ 1)
; 2) - amending opponents ~
-
; , - -

; - bad ~ , -
, -
colourable ~ -
issuable ~ ( -
-
negative ~ , )
, common-law ~ 1) -
non-issuable ~ - , -
; 2)
peremptory ~ - , -
,
defensive ~
sham ~ , , oral ~ , -
; -
original ~ 1) (
special ~ in bar - ) ;
- 2) ( )
; 3) -
special ~ of justification
-
sham ~ -
to enter ~ ( ) -

276
underwriters policy
special ~ 1) - real ~ (.)
, -
; 2) -
; point 1) ; 2) ; 3) ;
3) - 4)
~ at issue
supplemental ~ - ~ of contact
; ~ of fact
~ of law
to amend a ~ - ~ of order , -

to open ~s - ~ reserved ,
( )
pleasure , , , ~s of claim
~s of defence
pledge 1) ,
; 2) ; 3) ~s of law
dead ~ approved delivery ~
life (living) ~ , -
- legal ~
moot ~ ;
pledgee
pledger 1) ; 2) - policy 1) (); 2) -

pledgery ~ of insurance
annuity ~ -
plunder ,


assurance ~
poena (.) , , closed insuarance ~ -
poind - , -

poinding (.) - hull ~
- insuranse ~
; - judical ~
juridical ~
law ~
multiple ~ (.) - life ~
marine insurance ~
-
named ~ ; -
, -
personal ~ (.)
underwriters ~ -

277
policyholer
policyholer natural ~ (-
)
pollicitaiton ; - portioner (.) 1)
, - ;
2)
polyandry , possession ; -
polygamy , -
, ~ at (in) law
port (, -
~ of arrival
~ of call )
~ of departure ~ in deed
~ of destination ~ in fact
~ of discharge ~ in nine-tenths of the law ,
~ of distress - -
, - ,
~ of documentation
~ of entry ~ naked
~ of loading
~ of refuge - ~ under a lease -
, -
~ of registry actual ~
~ of shipment actual adverse ~ -
closed ~ , , -
free ~ , - -
home ~ 1) ; 2) ,
adverse ~ ,
treaty ~ (, -
-
) civil ~
portion 1) , - constructive ~ -
; 2) , ; 3) -
constructive adverse ~ , -
compulsory ~ -
disposable ~ , - -
-
derivative ~
hereditary ~ ( fictious ~ (-
) , -
legal ~
ligitimate ~ - )
former ~ ,
marriage ~

278
cognate powers
immemorial ~ - postremogenitur (., .) -

joint ~ ,
juridical (legal) ~ -
(, - pour-ower
-
) power 1) ; 2) -
natural ~ , , -
notorious (open) ~ - ; 3)
, ~ coupled with interest 1) -
original ~ -
pedal ~ - ;
2) -
precarious ~ -
; ~ of allienation -
prior (previous) ~
; , ~ of appointment -

quasi ~ ~ of attorney ; -
scrambling ~ -
~ of attorney and substitution -
substantial ~
to have in ~ , ~ of communication -
to take ~ ; (., )
~ of disposition -
vacant ~ ,
~ of judgement ,
possessor ()
~ of review (-
posterity )
postman (.) ~ of sale
~ of substitution
post-nuptial - ~ of testation -
,
post-obit ~ to initiate (to introduce) legislation

adjudicative ~ 1) -
postponement ; -
; 2)


trial ~
arbitrary ~ -
post-publication
, cognate ~s ,

279
commerce power
commerce ~ private law ~
confirmatory ~
, referral ~(s) 1)
corporate ~s ; 2)
,
general ~ of attorney - restrictive trade ~(s)
,
judgement-making ~ -
, ( ) statutory ~ ()
judgement-passing ~ -
, ( ) third party ~
judicial ~ ( )
judiciary ~s practitioner ,
large ~s
parental ~ , praecipe (.) 1) ; 2) -

paternal ~ , -
; 3) () -
the contempt ~ (.) () -
- ( )
, praedia (.)
treaty-making ~
praemunire -


practice 1) ,
; 2) ;
preausience -
3) ,

~ and adjudication


~ of law precedent
~ of the trade , - judicial ~
to follow the ~
chamder ~ to set ~
precept 1) , , -
common-law ~ 1) ( ); 2) ,
; 2) -
, precognition (.) -
()
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) - pre-contract -
; 3) ; (-
law ~ , - )
predecessor 1) ; 2) -
legal ~ 1) , - ; 3)
; 2) , ~ in title
;
280
presentment upon oath by grand jury
legal ~ - insurance ~
single ~ , -
predication 1) , -
, ; 2) (.) preparation
adequate ~
pre-emption 1)
; 2) - preponderance
; 3) - ~ of evidence (of proof)
- ; -
( -
preference 1) -
( )
); - ~ of testimony -
; 2) ,
(, . .) prepossession
court ~ , (,
. .) pre-publication -
fraudulent ~ , ,

prescription 1) (-
preferment , (- );
, . .) 2) ,
prehension acquisitive (positive) ~
prejudgement
; - negative ~
testamentary ~ -
prejudication 1) ;
2) (); 3) presentation , ,
,
prejudice , ~ of case , -
prejudicialness (.) , ;
() ;
premises 1) , - ~ of cases
; 2) ~ of cheque
; 3) presentment 1) -
; -
4) , -
demised ~ , ; 2) -

partys ~ , - ~ upon oath by grand jury
-
premium (, -
, )
281
presumption
presumption priority 1) , -
~ of innocence - ; 2) , -
, ; 3) (.)
absolute ~ -
~ of creditors -
artificial ~
compelling ~ - ~ of invention
~ of liens -
pretendant
preterition - convention ~ (.)

pretrial - domestic ~ (.) -

price , , privilege 1) ; 2) -
contract ~ ; 3) ; -
forward ~ ; 4) ( -
)
primage
~ of court


~ and average accustomed
~ of witness -
( -
(
-
)
)
accountant ~ -
primogeniture ;
, -
attorney-client ~ -
principal 1) , ;
2) ( - evidentiary ~
); 3) ( - -
); 4) ( -
); 5) ; hereditary ~ -
6) ,
~ in the case joint ~
~ of the claim (.) -
,
~s to the contract judicial ~ (-
, ,
disclosed (named) ~ , - -
, )
undisclosed (unnamed) ~ - legal professional ~

prior , - litigants ~
- ( ,
- . .)
282
litigious procedure
marital ~ ( ; 3) -
-
- ~ ad judicium (.) -
)
native ~ ,
procedure ,
testimonial ~ - , ,
( ~ for opposition (.)
)
privity 1) - ~ in bankruptcy -
( -
. .); 2) - ~ laid down -
, -
; (- ~ on appeal
, -
); 3) - alternative delivery ~
, ,
~ of blood at-trial ~ -
, , , -
~ of contract 1) -
; 2) civil ~ , -

~ of estate , - common law ~

privy , compact ~
; , - counsel-triggered ~

prize , - court ~
, examination ~ -
maritime (sea) ~
probate 1) , extrajudicial ~
; fine and recovery ~ -
2) ; 3) -
; 4) (.) , formal ~
- grievance ~

~ of wills informal ~
judicial ~ , -
probation , -
, , -


procedendo (.) 1) - legal ~
- litigious ~ -
; 2)
-

283
opposition procedure
opposition ~ (.) - ~ in rem -
( )
patent granting ~ (.) ~ in revision

post-trial ~ ~ on ex parte application

pre-trial ~ - ~ publicity heard
(, -
action ~ ,
)
summary ~ () adjudicatory ~
admiralty ~
third party ~
( ) adversary ~
trial ~
affiliation ~
verdict ~ -
affirmative ~
waiver ~ - , -

ancillary ~ , -
proceeding(s) 1) -
, , appeal (appelate) ~
, ; 2) ,
; 3) - arbitration ~
bankruptcy ~ -
~ at law ,
~ in bankruptcy -
bastardy ~ -
~ in camera (in chambers)
, civil ~ -

~s in civil causes - collateral ~ , -

~ in enforcement of law - compulsory ~ (.) -

~ in error - condemnation ~ -
-
contested ~ -
~ in open court
contested reissue ~ (.) -
~ in personam
, - ,

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subordinate proceeding(s)
disbarment ~ litigation ~ -
,
docketing ~ mandamus ~

domestic ~ , -
opposition ~ (.)
eminent domain ~ 1) - ,
- oral ~ ( )
- patent office ~ (.) -
; 2) ,
-
pending ~
plenary ~ -
ex parte ~ - ( )
( - preliminary (pretrial) ~ -
)
principal ~
fabulous (fictitious) ~

forfeiture ~ ; prior ~ ,
(-
) prize ~
interference ~ (.) probate ~ -
, -
public ~ -
interlocutory ~ -
( receivership ~ -
, -
- , -
)
inter partes ~ remedial ~

interpleader ~ removal ~ -
-

irregular ~ - removed ~ , -

judicial ~ 1) ; rendition ~ -
2) ,
law ~ return ~
legal ~ ; - streamlined ~ , -

liquidation ~ subordinate ~
(., )

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subsequent proceeding(s)
subsequent ~ - bastardy ~

summary ~(s) , -
civil ~ 1) -
summary judgement ~ - ; 2) ; 3) -

supplementary ~ -
court ~es
third party ~ final ~
( ) follow-up ~ 1)
to commence ~s - ; 2)
forged ~ 1)
to instigate ~ ; 2) -
to institute ~ ; 3) -
vexatious ~ -
( ) intermediate (intervening) ~ 1) -
written ~ - (. -

process 1) , , ); 2)
; 2) - ,
; 3) ; 4) - judical ~
( - judicial ~ 1) ,
) ; 2) -
~ in practice , - ,
jury ~ -
~ of execution - ,
; - lawful ~ 1) -
; 2) -
~ of interpleader
, - legal ~ 1) ;
, , - 2)
mesne ~ 1) -
~ of the court 1) ; , -
2) ; 3) - ; 2) -
( -
) original ~ -
adjudicatory ~ ,
alias ~ (.)
remedial ~ -
amendable ~ -
review ~ -
appeal(s) (appelate) ~ 1) - ()
; 2) - statutory ~ -

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promiser (promisor)
to serve a ~
trustee ~ - );
violent ~s (.) , -
, - -

verbal ~ prohibition -
void ~ , - , -

proces-verbal (.) proles (.)
proctor , , - prolxity -
(. , , ( , -
) )
procuracy 1) , - promise
; ; ( -
2) )
procuratio (.) - ~ implied in fact -

procuration , - ~ implied in law
;
procurator conditional ~ ,
procuratory (.) , -
fictitious ~
gratuitous ~ -
prodigal ,

-
illusory ~ ,

-
production , - -
(, . .) implied ~ -
~ in court , -
naked ~ ,
~ of argument
~ of evidence - new ~ ,
, -
~ of statement -
to raise ~
~ of suit
~ of witness
promisee 1) ,
profert ; 2) -
( ) ( );
profit , , , promiser (promisor) 1) , -
accumulated ~ ; -
mesne ~s - ( ); 2) ,
(, - () ;

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joint promisers (promisors)
joint ~s ; , - ~ of admission 1) ,
-
joint and several ~s , - ; 2) ;
; 3) ; 4) -
; 5) -
several ~s ,
~ of claim
promutuum (.) , -
pronouncement , ;
; ; ~ of consistency 1)
()
proof 1) (.) - ; 2) -
; ;
2) , ; 3) - 3)
; 4)
~ and hearing ~ of debt -

~ beyond all reasonable ~ of evidence 1) -
; 2)
; 3) -
~ beyond any reasonable doubt - ; 4) -
- - -
; 5)
~ by affidavit 1) , -
; 2) - ~ of fact 1) ;
; 2) ; 3)
3) - ; 4)
~ of loss -
~ by circumstantial evidence -
- ~ of motive
~ of official record 1)
~ by notoriety , ; 2) -
( ; 3) -
, -
)
~ by presumption ~ of record 1) -
; 2) ;
~ by testimony 1) - 3) -
; 2) - ; 4) -

~ from the contrary 1) ~ of witness
; 2) - ~ on a preponderance of probabilities
; 3) -

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virtual proof
~ to the contrary 1)
; 2) ; indubitable ~ -
3)
affirmative ~ - infallible ~ -

affirmative ~ of loss inferential ~ 1) , -
, - ;
2) ;
burden of ~ 3)
categorical ~ 1) - irrefutable ~ -
; 2)
circular ~ , - judgement ~ , -

clear ~ 1) , - literal ~ 1) -
; 2) ; 2)
conclusive ~ -
negative ~ -
controvertible ~ -
positive ~ , -
crucial (decisive) ~ -
presumptive ~ , -
direct ~ 1) ;
2) - relevant ~ , -
; 3) - ,
;
evident ~ 1) - reliable ~ ,
; 2)
formal ~ 1) - satisfactory ~ 1) -
; 2) - ; 2)
; 3) substantial ~ -

foundation ~ 1) - testimonial ~
; 2) , -
; 3)
foundational ~ , - to afford ~ -

hard ~ to develop ~ -
incontrovertible ~
to offer (produce, show) ~ -
independent ~ -
to take ~
indirect ~ 1) - uncontrovertible ~
; 2) -
; 3) virtual ~
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proof-proof
proof-proof - community ~ 1)
, - ; 2)
contiguous ~ , -
property 1) , - , -
; 2) -
, , ; 3) (.) corporate ~ ,
(, )
~ forfeit to the state , - corporeal ~ -
,
~ given to charity , - cultural ~ -

~ in action , - demesnial ~ ;
; , - ,
( )
~ in movable things disputed ~ ; -
, - ,
distrained ~
~ of another dotal ~
~ of the debtor entailed ~ () -
~ taken for public use , , ; , -
(
abandoned ~ )
absolute ~ fixed ~
abutting ~ fronting and abutting ~ ,
adjacent (adjoining) ~ , -
, -
funded ~ ,
adjudicated ~ -
; , general ~ -
- ( -
-
after-acquired ~ , - )
- heirless ~
illicit ~
agrarian ~
agricultural ~ immoral ~
immovable ~
ancestral ~ , - impartiable ~ -
;
incorporeal ~ , -
artistic ~
associate ~ , - industrial ~ -

common ~ insured ~
290
to undertake prosecution
intangible ~ - ~ of issue , ,
( , )
intellectual ~ - proprietor
copyright ~
intestate ~ ;
, landed ~
joint ~ registered ~
land (landed) ~ - -
;
leasehold ~ subsequent ~ -
,
licit ~ - proprietorship 1) -
, , -
literary ~ ; 2) ,
mislaid ~
matrimonial ~ prosecution 1) ,
; 2) -
movable ~ ()
ownerless ~ ~ of patent application (.) 1) -
paraphernal ~ 1) - ;
; 2) 2)
pledged ~ (
) barred ~ , -
private ~
qualified ~ -
; ( - case ~
- founded ~
)
real ~ legal ~
separate ~ patent ~ (.) -
special ~ , -

tangible ~ ; to encourage ~ -
, ; -
trust-~ - , -
; , -
to frustrate ~ -
propponent 1) , - , -
; 2) -
, ; to search ~
3) ,
~ of deposition , - to undertake ~
,

291
trademark prosecution
trademark ~ - pretrial ~ -
, - -

unfounded ~ - puffer -
,
warranted ~
pupil ;
prosecutor pupil(l)arity ( -
protection 1) , ; 2) - 14 , 12 )
() purchase 1) ,
judicial ~ ; 2) , -
legal ~
patent ~ (.) cash ~
() compulsory ~ -
procedural ~ -
( - credit ~
); forward ~
property ~ hire-~ 1) - -
sample ~ - ; 2) ,

witness ~ original ~
provability 1) ; 2) - undercover ~
purchaser 1) (
provableness ); 2)
proving , ( -
, )
provision 1) , , bona fide ~ 1) -
( . .); 2) - ; 2)
, , first ~
by ~ of the husband tax ~
contractual ~
curative ~ - purpart
(.,
) purpresture (.) -
procedural ~ -
substantive ~s ,
( ) purser 1) -
proximity , -
proxy 1) , - ; 2)
, ; 2) , - pursuer (.)
pursuit (.) -
publicity ,

292
quieting the title
cross ~
fishing ~
incriminating ~
Q (, -
quaerens (.) , )
quaestus (.) , - irrelevant ~ ,
, , -
judicial ~ , -

qualification 1) -
jury ~ ,
; ; 2) , -

justiciable ~ ,
~ of arfuments

~ of smbs privileges
lawful ~
-
leading ~
age ~
legal ~ , -
property ~

testimonial ~ -
preliminary ~ ,

-


to possess ~s -
previous ~

procedural ~ , -
quarantine (.)
, relevant ~ ,
, -
substantive ~ ,
quarter ;
quasi-contract , suggestive ~
; threshold ~ ,
quasi-delict
question 1) , ; 2) - questioner 1) , -
, ; , ; 2) -
~ at issue ; 3)
questioning
~ for the jury , judicial ~
questionnaire , -
~ for the jury upon the evidence - ,
, - questman

quieting

~ the title
~ of confidence
( -
~ of fact
; -
~ of law
, -
~ to the defence
293
quitclaim
~ of application (.)
-
)
quitclaim rejournment
quittance 1) ( -
); ; 2) - relation 1) , ; 2) -
; 3) ; 3) , ;
quod 4) , -
~ partes replacitent (.) ,
- bigamous ~(s)
blood ~ 1) () ;
~ recuperet (.) 2) ()
colleteral ~ 1) -
~ respondeat ouster (.) ; 2) ,
-
conjugal ~s ,
quorum (.) 1) -
, - contractual ~s -
c; 2) -
employer-employee ~ -
quotation
~ of case employment ~s
extra-marital ~s
half-blood ~ (-
) -
R (, )
illegitimate ~ , -
reissue (.) -
, ; industrial ~s
; - in law ~ 1) o; 2)
labour ~s ()-
rejection ,
best mode ~ (.) legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
- , ; o
legitimate ~ , -
-
lineal ~
obvious ~ (.) - marital (matrimonial) ~s ,
-
natural ~ 1) ; 2) -
rejoinder 1) ; 3) -
,
, - to sever ~s
; 2) to suspend ~s
294
equitable relief
trade ~s relegation -
whole-blood ~
(, ) , relevance/relevancy
relationship 1) , - , . .
, ; 2) reliability , -
~ through wedlock
, ~ of evidence , -
agency ~
immediate ~ ~ of testimony , -
relative
in-law ~ , relict ,
relator , - relief 1) ; 2) ; 3) -
; , ; 4) -
release 1) ( - , ; 5) -
), - ( , -
( ); 2) - )
; ; - ~ at law
~ from disabilities
; 3)
~ by obligee - ~ on motion
,
~ for lack of evidence ~ pending review -
( ) - ,

~ of dower - affirmative ~ -

~ of mortgage alternate (alternative) ~ -

civil ~ 1) - -
~ to uses - ; 2)
-
collateral ~ 1) -
bank ~ , - ; 2) ; 3) -
;
freight ~ 4) ( -
general ~ - , )
, compensatory ~ -
releasee 1) ,
; 2) , - declaratory ~ ,

releaser ,
equitable ~ -

295
injunctive relief
injunctive ~ , - remand 1) -
; 2) -

judicial ~ , ~ for trial -

matrimonial ~ ~ of case -
preventive ~
remanent
private injunctive ~ remarks
~ by counsel , -
public injunctive ~
remarriage
specific ~ -
remedy ,


unemployment ~ -
~ at law 1) , -

; 2) -
work ~

relinquishment ( ) ~ over
reliqua adequate ~ -
relitigation , -
civil ~ - -
relocation (.)
common law ~
remaider 1) -
( - concurrent ~ies
,
); , consumers ~
; 2)
cumulative ~ 1) , -
alternative ~s - , -
; 2)
charitable ~ ,
equitable ~ -
contingent ~ -
extrajudicial ~
contingent ~ in fee -
federal ~ (.)
remainderman -
(- judicial ~
legal ~ 1) , -
); - ; 2) -
; ,
motion-to-reduce ~

296
renunciation
() - remover -

ordinary ~ - rendition ( -
( ) , )
personal ~ renegotiation -
( )
provisional ~ - renewal ,
( - ~ of lease
)
renouncement ( )
statutory ~ - -
rent ; ;
usual ~
( ) ~ in kind
ancient ~ , -
reminder 1) ,

; 2) ;

( , ); 3) (
annual ~
); 4) , , -
base ~
; 5) ,
grain ~ , -
~ of claim

~ of forfeiture 1)
ground ~ ,
;
(. -
; 2) -
)
; -
improved ground ~


remitter 1) life ~ (.)
; 2) -
; 3) rack ~
remittitur (of record) residential ~
- rentage ;

remoteness rental(s) 1) ; 2) -
( , ) ; 3) , -
~ of evidence -

rent-charge
removal 1) , (
rentet 1) , ;
); 2) -
2) (.) ,
,
~ for cause - renting (.) -
, (., )
~ from office rent-roll
~ of causes

renunciation ( -)

297
renunciation of partnership
~ of partnership - consumer ~ -

~ of suit court ~(s) 1) ; 2) -
reopening (-
) enquity ~(s)
reparation , ;
; expert ~
repayment , - federal (law) ~s (.) -
(); (); -
( ) forensic ~ -
~ of interest
~ of principal - interim ~
( ) investigative ~

repleader 1) -
side ~s
; 2) -
; ,
; -


state (law) ~s -
replevin -
,
reporter 1) -

; 2)
~ in detinet -

, -
~ report
,
; ,
replevisor
, - court ~ 1) ; -
, ; 2) -
replevy ;
3) ; 4) -
repliant (replicant) , ,
repossession -
replication ,
representation 1) , -
reply , ;
-
report 1) , , ; -
2) , ; ; 2) -
3) (pl.) ; 3)
~ of witness ~ of defendant
audit ~
authorized ~s - ~ of design (.) -
,
case ~(s) 1) ; 2) - ~ of evidence ()

298
evidentiary requirement
~ of proof () - republication -

~ of witness ( - repundiation 1) ; 2) -
) ; 3) ; 4) , -
affirmative ~ -
request , , -
contradictory ~s ,
~ for admission -
joint ~ ,
, -
~ for counsel -
legal ~ 1) -
; 2) ~ for instructions
,
negative ~
, ~ in writing ;
private ~

duplicative ~ ; -
public ~ -
; -

;
separate ~ -
legitimate ~ , -
,

,
multiple ~ -
trade ~
; -
representative 1) , -
; 2) ;
foreign ~ - ; -
, -
pretrial ~ ,
legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
; 3) ; timely ~
4)
personal ~ 1) ;
walk-in ~
2) ; 3) -
requester ,
; 4) ; 5)
, , -
sales ~ , -
,
trade ~ requirement 1) ; 2) -
representee , -
- ~ of sufficiency (.) -


representor , -
evidentiary ~ -
-
;

299
procedural requirement
procedural ~ - ~ questal (.) , -
, -
use ~ -
( - ~ universitatis (.)
, )
working ~ rescission , -
( - ,
) rescript 1) ; 2) -
requirements , - , ; 3) (.)
, , -
requisition
residence
res (.) , , actual ~ -
~ accessoria (.)
, commercial ~ (-
~ caduca (.) )
~ controversa (.) - part-time ~
restricted ~
~ corporales (.)
separate ~
~ derelicta (.) - resident ;
residual , -
~ gestal (.) , -
, - residue ,

~ immobiles (.) resolution ,
~ incorporales (.) - ()
~ of case
~ integra (.) , - alternate ~
,
~ judicata (.) , legal ~
resort 1) ( -
~ moliles (.) - , . .); 2) -
( )
~ nova (.) , - in the last ~ 1) ,
; 2) -
~ nullius (.) , -

respite ,
~ nullius communis usus (.) -
~ of jury -


~ privatal (.)
respondent 1) (. -
~ publical (.) -
); -

; 2)
300
to put under restraint
respondentia , ~ of the Law ( -
, /
response )
consultary ~ - restaur , -

responsibility 1) ; restitution , -
2) ;
3) ; 4) ~ of conjugal rights
~ of evidence -
~ of dowry
civil ~ - - legal ~ -

delictual ~ restoration ( -
direct ~ 1) ; , ,
2) ( ),
) restraint 1) ; 2) -
equal ~ ( ;
, ) ~ of marriage ;
extrajudicial ~ - ,

full ~ 1) ; ~ of prices
2) ~ of trade -
joint ~ , -
judicial ~ 1) ; , -
2) , -
~ on alienation ,
overall ~
( ) extrajudicial ~ 1) -
partial ~ - ; 2) ; -

pretrial ~ , - judicial ~ 1) ;
2) ; , -
primary ~
professional ~ - legal ~ , -
;
to accept (assume, take) ~ - out-of-court ~ 1) -
; 2) ; -
vicarious ~ -
patent ~ (.) -
restatement 1) -
, ; 2) ; 3) to impose ~
, to put under ~ 1) -
~ of law ; 2) ,

301
restriction
restriction jury ~ -
jurisdictional ~ - -

legal ~ retraxit (.) -
liability ~ -
retrial , -
responsibility ~ -
retrocession 1) -
statutory ~ -
to impose ~s ; 2) ,
to lift ~s
travel ~s
return 1) , ;
resummons 2) , ; 3) -
resumption ;
~ of case - -
; 4) -
~ of payment - ; 5) , ; 6)
( ,
retainer 1) ; -
; 2) - )
; 3) - ~ of process

general ~ - ~ on equity
~ on investment
( ) ~ to writ -
special ~ -
() ,
reunification
retaking family ~
revenue ,
retention 1) ; 2) - accrued ~
; (- annual ~
, reversal ( ,
) )
~ of defence () ~ of case on appeal

retirement 1) - ~ of judgement -
, , ; 2) ( -
. .); 3) , ~ of law
; ~ of statute
~ of bonds reversible (-
~ of securities -
)
302
right of primogeniture
reversing , - ~ of right
- ~ of will
right ( -
reversion 1) , - );
; , ~ at law , -
- ( )
; ~ in action ; -
2) (.) , ; ,

~ in gross ,
~ in donor - ; (
, -
~ to donor - ,
)
reversioner , ~ in personam -
; , -
;
reverter , , ~ in rem ;
, -
- ~ of access to courts -
,
review 1) ; 2) ~ of action
~ of judgement ~ of appeal
~ of audience
appellate ~ ~ of contribution
~ of defence
ex post facto legislative ~ 1) ~ of dower (
)
; 2) ~ of enjoyment
()
judicial ~ 1) , - ~ of entry
; 2) -

law ~ ~ of escheat

revival -
~ of establishment
,

revivor ~ of navigation
revocation , ; ~ of ownership
(, ) ~ of patent (.)
~ of citizenship ~ of petition
~ of licence ~ of possession
~ of offer ~ of primogeniture -
~ of probate
303
right of prior use
~ of prior use (.) - ,

~ of privacy ,
authors ~ , -
~ of recourse
~ of redemption - beneficial ~
best ~ ,
~ of regress
~ of relief 1) - civil ~s
; 2) conjugal ~s
~ of retention contractual ~
~ of suit full ~ ; -
~ of survivorship ,
homestead ~

~ of visit ()
~ to attend ( impaired ~
) imprescriptible ~ , -
~ to begin ;
, incidental ~
~ to counsel - incorporeal ~ ; -
,
~ to fly a maitime flag incorporeal ~s -
( )
~ to jury trial intangible property ~ -

~ to maintenance in old age inter-spousal ~s
,
~ to recover - intervening ~ -
,
~ to retain counsel - junior ~

~ to social insurance - justiciable ~ ,

~ to the patent litigious ~
~ without remedy - manorial ~
march-in ~ (.) -
adjudicated ~ -
, ,
administrators ~ of retainer - -
-
- marital ~s
; non-property ~
, -
304
royalty
pre-grant ~ to a reasonable royalty ~ of court 1) -
(.) - ; 2)
-
risk 1) ; 2) -

prescribed ~ , ~s and perits of the sea -

procedural ~s - buyers ~
, consignees ~
proprietary ~ , consumers ~
insurable ~
publishing ~s insurance ~
real ~ marine (maritime) ~
reversionary ~ mixed sea and land ~s -
, -
riparian ~ - owners ~
; - property ~
sellers ~
serial ~ - shippers ~
third party ~ 1) ;
shop ~ - 2)

statute-barred ~ , - uninsurable ~
rite ,
oath ~ -
stipulated ~ ,
roll 1) ;
subpublication ~s ; 2) ,
( - assessment ~ ,
, . , -
. .) court ~s
substantive ~s judgement ~
( )
to confer the ~ plea ~s (-
to drop a ~ )
to forfeit ~ , to strike off the ~ -
;
to reserve the ~ ,
roup (.) ,

undivided ~ , royalty 1) -
, -
, ,
rip-off
; 2) ( -
rising ); 3) -

305
advance royalty
; 2) - ~ of evidence -

advance ~ , - ~ of lenity (
-
authors ~
copyright ~ies ( )
) ~ of parol evidence , -
deferred ~ , , -
-
post-patent ~ (.) , -
- ~ of presumption -
(
pre-patent ~ (.) , - , -
- )
~ of unanimity ()
rule 1) ; 2) ;
3) , , ~s of navigation -
~ absolute , -
~s of practice -
~ against hearsay - ,
~s of procedure -
~ enforceable in a court of law - ,
, - ~s of succession -

~ nisi - - ~s of the road -
; ,
( ~ to plead -
, - (
) )
~ of course , - ~ to show cause --
(
, -
~ of court 1) , - -
, - )
; 2) , - ab-inition ~ (.) , -
; 3) (pl.) -
~ of decision 1) , -
() -
; 2) ,
() ; admiralty ~s -
~ of doubt (-
appelate ~s
)

306
runner
bankruptcy ~s -
, -
best evidence ~ - , -
(, - )
) renunciation ~ (.) , -
beyond question ~ (.)
( - -
-

, -
shop book ~ (.) -
) ,
challenge ~ (., .) , -

- side-bar ~ , -
-
, - slip ~ -
- , -

circuit ~s (.) - special ~ 1) -
,
common ~ , - ; 2) ,

consolidation ~ to lay down ~s
rule-breaker
conventional ~ ruling 1) , -
court ~s 1) ; 2) - , (); 2) ,

evidentiary ~s adverse ~ , -
exclusionary ~ - ,

first-to-file ~ (.) conclusive ~
, -
court ~ 1) , -
hearsay ~ , ; 2) (pl.) -

one-year ~ (., .) definite (final) ~ -
(,
- judges ~
, legal counsel ~ () -
)
possession ~ (.) - runner (.) , -
(,
-
307
safe-pledge
sanction 1) , -
; 2) , -
,
S ~ of oath -
safe-pledge
sale ; ; - civil ~ -
sanctity
~ and leaseback - ~ of contracts -

~ by contract - sasine (.) 1) -
; 2) ,
~ of unassembled invention -

satisfaction 1) -
absolute and conditional ~ ; 2) ;
, - 3) ,
~ of debt
~ of judg(e)ment -
bargain and ~ --
~ of lien
cash ~ -
comparable ~s - ~ of mortgage -
-

credit ~ in ~ of ,
distress ~ - pecuniary ~
to enter ~ , -
execution ~ -
- to expect some ~ for ones loss -
-
foreclausure ~
to make ~
judicial ~ to the ~ of the jury
private ~ -
( - saving , ; -
)
succession ~ - scandal , -

salvo -
with an express ~ as regar certain named
rights - sciendum (.) -

308
seisin (seizin) in law
scintilla , ~ to bearer -
~ of evidence
ample ~
~ of invention (.) - ( . .)
certificated ~ -
, -
~ of truth
scire facias (.) collateral ~ -

, equity ~
(. - heritable ~s (.)
) interest bearing ~
scission 1) -
judicial ~ -
; 2) -
( land(ed) ~
, - negotiable ~s -

) on the ~ of , -
scope (
. .); ; ; personal ~
, -
~ of patent (.) -
, private ~ -

scrip -
to act as ~ -
,


to enforce a ~
script ()
seat 1) ; to give ~ 1) ,
2) , , , ;
2)
~on the bench to stand ~ for smb. -
judgement ~ 1) ; -
2) , seisin (seizin) ; -
security 1) ; ,
; 2) , ; 3) - ~ in deed
; 4) ; - ~ in law 1)
; 5) , -
, ; 6) ; 2)
~ for a claim
~ for a loan ; - (
()
~ for costs ); 3) -
309
actual seisin (seizin)
(- judicial ~ -
); 4) - ,

actual ~ legal ~ -
constructive ~ -
voluntary ~
equitable ~
quasy ~ to get a ~ for ones wife (from ones
seizure 1) , - husband) (
; (); 2) )
(); () sequester 1) , -
~ of evidence
~ of property , ; 2)
~ under legal process -
- sequestration 1) , -
- ; 2) -

actual ~ - sequestrator ; ,
; -
maritime ~
the ~ of land (of goods)
sequeta curia (.) -
()

selection ,
sergeant 1) ,
judicial ~ ,
; 2)


self-designation (.)
~ at law
,
~ of the coif -
-

-
common ~

service 1) -
separation 1) , ;
; 2) ( -
2) ,
); 3) ; 4) -
(
, ; 5) ,
)

~ by agreement -
~ by publication

~ on a jury -
~ from bed ()
, -
~ on a person (-
~ of goods )
~ of witness ~ of appeal
,
~ of notice

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interim settlement
~ of pleading(s) - petty ~s (
; , -

~ of process - )
plenary ~ -
~ of summons , - ,
private ~
~ of warrant public ~
, quarter ~s
~ of writ regular ~
actual ~ ( - special ~ , -
)
judicial ~ 1) ; 2) - set
set-off ,
jury ~ -
admitted ~ , -
personal ~ 1) -
; 2) settlement 1) -
referral ~ - ( -); -
,
ships agency ~ ;
subpoena ~ 2) ; 3) -
substituted ~ - ; 4) ,
( ) ~ of accounts -
session 1) , -
; 2) ; 3) (pl.) ~ of a claim (-
)
~ of the peace ~ of an annuity -
()
after-recess court ~ amicable ~ -
,
closed ~ ante-nuptial ~ -
county ~s
damage(s) ~
enlarged ~ equity ~ -
executive ~
extraordinary ~ family ~ -
(, ,
full ~ 1) )
; 2) final ~
general ~s (- ; -
)
open ~ interim ~

311
judicial settlement
judicial ~ - ~ of defendants -
-
marriage ~ 1) ;
2) ~ of jointure -

out-of-court ~ share 1) ; , -
pacfic ~ , ; 2)
() statutory ~ (-
peaceful ~ )
post-nuptial ~ - sharer ;
sharing , , -
strict ~ , -
~ in the benefits
revenue ~
structured ~ -
shedule , -
, -
(, . .;

. );

( )
to arrange (to make) a ~ with smb.
ship ,
to come (to reach) a ~ of ones differences cartel ~
- chartered ~
conventional ~
to draw up a marriage ~ free ~ , -

to make a ~ on smb. general ~ ,
- ,
voluntary ~
to embargo a ~
settler (settlor) 1) , -


-; 2) , shipowner ; -
- , . .
~ of trust shipping 1) ;
; 2) ,
severalty 1) , -
; 2) - coast(al) ~
shortage ,
~ of evidence -
severance 1) -
; 2) , ; 3) stock ~
(, ) side 1) , ;
~ of cases 2) ; 3)

~ in a cause
312
solicitor
instance ~ , - judicial ~
open ~
civil ~ of assize - opening ~ ;
- Trinity ~s
situs 1) , -
plea ~ , ; 2)
() (, )
reverse ~ ~ of contract -
sight () , -
after ~ -
( ) ~ of debt -
bankers ~ ,
- slip (.) , -
, -
signatory 1) -
; 2) socage
-
signature 1) ; 2)
~ by procuration - socager ,

autograph ~ -
socman ,
fictitious ~
joint ~
manual ~ socmanry -
signification -

similiter - soke 1) ();
, , 2) ; 3)

sist (.) 1)
; 2) - solarium (.)
- solemnization
~ of marriage -
sitting
~ at nisi prius - solicitation 1) ;
; 2) (.) , ; 3) -
~ en (in) banc (bank) ,
, - proxy ~ (.) (-
, )
~ in camera - solicitor 1) , ,
, ; ; 2) (.) -

313
city solicitor
city ~ ( - defending ~ -
) divorced ~
official ~ , estranged ~ ,

patent ~ - innocent ~ ( -
solicitorship )
seeking ~ -
solidarity - separated ~

solit ad diem (.) - surviving ~
, stake ,
stakeholder
solution 1) ; (); ; ;
2) (.) (); stand (.) -
3) , ( . .)
~ of case , witness ~ -
solvency
solvent standard , ,
soup (.) ~ of invention (.) -
; ,
source

~ of authority

~ of patentability (.) -
~ of income

~ of law
~ of procedure -
~s of evidence ,
; ; -


speciality , - ~ of proof
~ of proof beyond a reasonable doubt
specification (.) -
( -
design ~ (.) - )
~s of evidence -
patent ~ (.) ; -
provisional ~ (.) - ,
( ) ~s of jurisprudence 1) -
spoliation 1) - ; 2) , -
(-
); 2) - ~s of justice
civil ~s ;
sponsor
spouse () evidential (evidentiary) ~
claiming (complaining) ~ -

314
damning statement
examination ~s (.) , ;
; -
~ of claim
judicially determined ~ , - ~ of confession
~ of defence
legally set ~ , , ; -

standing - ~ of fact ; -
, - ;
~ of facts
~ in contempt -
~ of law
~ in court 1) ~ of motivation -
; 2) -
~ of novelty (.) -
~ to sue , ( )
~ of opposition (.)
antitrust ~ (.) , -
-
~ of owners equity -
sufficient ~ ,
~ of particulars
stare decisis
state 1) , ; 2) - ~ of the cause of action -

~ of facts ~ on oath
~ upon record
marriage (matrimonial) ~
, , admissible ~
single ~ - admittedly true ~ , -
,
trust ~ - admittedly untrue ~ , -

statement 1) ; -
affidavit ~
; 2) ; ; -
agreed ~ of facts -
; ; 3)

; 4) ;
agreed ~ on appeal
~ in pleading 1) -

; 2) -
consistent ~ , -
, ;

3)
contradicting (contradictory) ~ -
~ of action
, -
~ of affairs ,

-
damning ~
315
direct statement
direct ~ recorded ~ -
extrajudicial (extralegal) ~ ,
reported ~ -
false ~
follow-up ~ self-contradicting (self-contradictory) ~
former ~
hearsay ~ signed ~
immaterial ~ - slanderous ~ ( -
)
impugnable ~ , - specific ~
; ,
impugned ~ , - sworn ~
to take a ~
inconsistent ~ , - valuable ~ , -

incontradictory ~ , - valueless ~ ,

initial ~ verbal ~
joint ~ without-prejudice ~
legal ~ 1) ; 2) - -

libelious ~ written ~
negative ~ status ,
opening ~ ~ quo (.) -
oral ~
original ~ divisional ~ (.) -
out-of-court ~ ,
juniority ~ ( ,
parol ~ . .)
partial ~ (- majority ~
) marriage ~
positive ~ - minority ~
property ~
pre-testamentary ~ - tax-exemp ~ , -

previous (prior) ~ - the ~ of a father
statute ,
prompting ~ - ~ of limitations
,
proving ~ , - ~s at large
antitrust ~ (.)
provocating (provocative) ~ -
() civil ~

316
strife
dead mans ~s (.) ; 3) , ; 4) -
( , - , ,
- common ~
, stockholder 1) ; 2) -
, ;
3) ,
)
real ~ () stoppage 1) , ;
stay , - 2) (, -
, . .); 3) -
~ of action - -
story
~ of execution - consistent ~ , -

~ of procedings 1) contradicting ~ , -
( ); 2) (.)
contradictory ~ 1) , -
stem ; 2) -
stepchild
stepfather , defence ~ , -
stepmother ,
stet processus (.) - false ~
inconsistent ~ , -

stipulation 1) ; -
incontradictory ~ 1) , -
, ; 2) ,
; 2) ,
; 3) -

,
; 4) stowage
stranger
contractual ~ ,
pretrial ~ 1) , ~s of the blood ,
;
2) , ~ to the litigation -
;
3) ~ to the proceedings
,
stipulator - strength
(); , - ~ of evidence
-, ~ of judgement
(., ) ~ of law
stock 1) , , stress (.)
; 2) , , strife , ,

317
structure
structure ; ~ of case
legal ~ ; - inventive ~ (.) -

study , non-obvious ~ (.)
case ~ 1) - ; ,
; 2) - -

civil case ~ non-statutory ~ , -
- ; -

style 1) , ; redundant ~ (.) -
2) ; 3)
~ of case (of cause) (- sublease ,
) subleasee
suability 1) subleasor , -
; 2) ;
; 3) subletting
submission 1) -
sub-advocate , - ;
- ; 2) , (-
subcontract ); 3) , , -
subcontractor , - , , ;
, 4) ; 5) (.) -
subject 1) (,
. .); 2) , , ~ to arbitration -
~ controversy (of despute)
~ to jury -
~ in contest
~ in issue submittal ,
~ of an action
~ of bailment - submortgage
submortgagee -
~ of invention (.) -
; submortgagor -
~ of law
~ of litigation subpoena ,
~ of suit
legal ~ ~ ad testificandum
subject-matter (, ,
. .)
~ in controversy ~ duces tecum
~ of action ( )

318
improvement suggestion
~ for attendance of witness irregular ~ -

~ in blank legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
( -
) natural ~
subrantal ,
subraption - perpetual ~ -
, -
; (.) - singular ~ -

testamentary ~ -
subscription (-

); ( )
testate ~ -
~ to a document

~ to a loan
to get a title by ~
substance 1) , ;
2) universal ~ -
substitute 1) (.)
; 2) ; 3) , vacant ~ 1) ;
2)
substitution 1) ; 2) (.) successor , -
- ,
~ in interest
substraction
; legal ~
proximate ~ -
subtenancy , ;
subtenant , - sufficiency , -

succession 1) , - ~ in fact -
; 2) , , -
~ in law ,
~ in title
~ on intestacy - ~ of disclosure (.)
,
artificial ~ - suggestion 1) ; 2) -
; , ;
, 3) , ,
; 4)
hereditary ~ 1) ~ of error -
; 2)
intestate ~ - false ~
improvement ~

319
suit
suit 1) , , personal liability ~ -
, ;
; 2) (.) - property ~
recovery ~
~ at common law , - settled ~ ,

~ at law ; - to bring a ~
to commence a ~ 1) ;
~ for alimony 2)
~ for support - to lose a ~ -
;
~ in equity , to mount a ~
to press a ~
~ in law ,
to put (an instrument) in ~
~ in personam -
~ in rem tort ~
admicable ~ (- to win a ~
) unsettled ~ ,
administration ~ 1) -
- suitor 1) ; 2) ,
; 2) (.) -
suitress
ancillary ~ , sum , ,
~ in dispute , -
civil ~ ,
divorce ~ ~ insured
equitable ~ , ~ payable
;
summary , ,

,
friendly ~ , -
, summing-up 1)
interest ~ - ; 2) ;
3)
law (legal) ~ summons 1) , -
matrimonial ~ ; - , ;
;
nullity ~ - 2)
(, ..) ~ for directions
original ~
paternity ~ ~ served -
; ; -
pending ~ -

320
surrenderor
~ unserved support 1) ; 2) -
;
; child ~ ( -
)
~ upon complaint - marital ~ ()

alias ~ (.) suppression 1) , -
, ; 2)
debtors ~ - ~ of civic rights -
( -
~ of patent (.) -
- -
) ,
interlocutory ~ - surety ;
~ of good behaviour (.) -
jury ~ -
originating ~ (
) ~ of the peace -
short ~
to serve smb. with ~ -
bail ~
supercargo (- joint ~ ; -

, suretyship
) surplage 1) -
superficiary 1) - , ; 2) -
, ;
2) , surrebutter -
(. . -
superinvention (.) - ), -
, (-
surrejoinder , -
; - ,
)
supersedeas - surrender 1) , ( -
); 2) , -

supersedere (.) ~ of right
surrenderee , -
suppliant ,
(. . - surrenderor ,
)
supplication ,
321
surrogate
surrogate (.) - -
)
surveyor 1) ; 2) - judicial ~ ,
,
survival judiciary ~
~ of (the cause of) action legal ~ 1) ; 2) -
() -
less-than-unanimous jury ~
survivance , -

survivor -
non-unanimous jury ~ -
,
,


survivorship registration ~ (.,
- )
unanimous jury ~ -
suspence , , -

suspension 1) , - unity ~ -
, ; 2) - -
, . .
~ of execution

~ of judgement
T
temporary ~ 1) , -
tabulae nuptiales (.) -
, ; 2) -

, . .
taciturnity (.)
swearing in -


tack (.)
switching
tacking 1) -
-
sylabus -
( -
,
);

2) -
system
case ~ 1) - ( -
; 2) - -
)
examination ~ (.)
tacksman (.)

first-to-life ~ (.) - tail , -
( , ( -
)
322
tenancy in partnership
~ female (general) , - estate ~ -

~ general , gift ~
( inheritance ~
) legacy ~ -
~ male (general) , -
patent ~ (.)
~ special personal ~ -
(
) property ~ 1) -
several ~ , - ; 2) -

tailzie (.) - real-estate ~
, (- succession ~
-
) use ~ -
taker 1) , ,
; 2) taxation -
taking , ,
~ of interest - tax-deed

constructive ~ - tax-title -
, -
presumed (presumptive) ~ -
tenancy 1) (. -
tale 1) (.) ); ; 2) -
; 2) , , -
tales 1) - ; 3) , -
( - ; 4) -
); 2) -
~ at sufferance -
tales-book -
~ by the entirety -
talesman -
~ for a period -

tax
~ from period to period -
accumulated earnings ~ -


~ in chivalry (.) ,
collateral inheritance ~ -


~ in common
court ~es

death ~
~ in partnership -
donors ~

323
common tenancy
common ~ ~ of property 1) ;
entire ~ 2) , , -
estate in joint ~
~ of the term ; -
freehold ~ -
~ paravail
general ~ ~ pur autre vie
joint ~ , -
~s by entireties -
several ~ ,
~ severalty
tenant 1) (. - ~ to the praecipe ,
); 2) , , -
; agricultural ~ 1) ;
~ at sufferance - 2)
base ~ 1) ,
~ at will ; 2)
~ by copy (of court roll)
~ by the curtesy - bond ~ ,
( - ; ,
) -
~ for life -
copyhold ~
~ for years - council ~ ,

~ from year to year customary ~ -

~ in capite (.) - incoming ~ ,

~ in chief (.) joint ~ ,
land ~ 1) ; 2) -
~ in chivalry (.) ,
life ~ 1) ;
~ in common - 2)
; ; (.) - prime ~
sole ~
~ in fee (-simple) tender 1)
( -
~ in tail ); 2) ; ; 3) -
(.. ,
- ~ of issue
)
~ of demesne

324
adjourned term(s)
legal ~ 1) - socage ~
; 2) - -

tenderer , , term(s) 1) -
; 2)
tenement 1) ; , ; 3) (-
; 2) ; ), ; 4) ;
3) , , 5) ; ; -
; ; 6)
dominant ~ , - ~ of appeal -
; -
~ of appointment
servient ~ , ,
~ of bill
tenendum ( ) ~ of contract -

tenure 1) , ~ of lease
; ~ of payment 1) ; 2) (pl.)
;
2) ; 3) ( ~ of the court
)
~ by lease ~ of the grand jury
~ of appointment -
~ of the jury -
allodial ~ ,
~ of validity
~ of years ,
de-facto ~ -
, ~ of years absolute -
de-jure ~
, ~s and conditions
francalmoign ~ (., .) - ()
~s of delivery
free ~ ; , - ~s of partnership -
-
; ~s of reference ,
judicial ~
~s of submission ,
land ~ ; -
~s of the claims (.)
leasehold ~ - ,

life ~ adjourned ~ -

325
berth terms
berth ~s ( - ~ by notice ( -
- . .),
) ~ of tenancy 1) -
conference ~s ; ; 2) , -
, - ; 3) ,
(. .
) ~ of the case -
court ~ - ( -
)
Easter ~ ~ of the licence -
general ~ ,
terminer ()
general ~s of delivery terre-tenant
test ,
Hilary ~ , - ~ of (in)sufficiency (.)
-
initial ~ (- -
, . .)
issuable ~
testability 1) -

; 2) -

; 3) -
landed ~s

, - (
) testacy
law ~ testament ,
liner ~s
(h)olographic ~
Michaelmas ~ ,
inofficious ~ -
Paschal ~
patent ~ (.) sea ~
probatory ~ , testamentation -

to come to ~s , testate
testation ; -
to settle the ~ -
testator 1) , -
Trinity ~ ; 2)
termer (termor) 1) ; testatrix
; 2) , -
testatum -


termination , -
teste 1) ; 2) -
,
(

326
forensic testimony
, consistent ~ ,
. .) -
testes (.)
testificator corroborated ~ , -
testimonium -
corroborating ~ , -

testimony 1) ;
courtroom ~ -
-

; 2) , -
credible ~ ,


~ aliunde
critical ~ ,


~ at law
cross-examination ~


~ (taken) by deposition
damaged ~ -
()

~ for the defence
damaging ~ -


~ in the box
dependable ~ -


~ in the court -
deposition ~ -


additional ~ -
direct ~

divergent ~ies -
admissible ~ -
,

experiment(al) ~ 1) -
adverse ~ ,
; -
-
; 2) -

-
barred ~ ,


expert ~
compelled ~ -
()

extrajudicial ~ -
competent ~ -


false ~
compulsory ~ ,
favourable ~ -
()
,
conflicted ~ ,

-
firsthand ~


conflicting ~ -
forensic ~ -
,

327
future testimony
future ~ recorded ~

grand jury ~ - relevant ~ ,

hearsay ~ second-hand ~ -

hostile ~ self-serving ~ -

human ~ (
) to call ~ into question
incriminating ~ -
to develop (to furnish, to give) ~ -
independent ~ -
to give (bear) ~ to smth. -
individual ~ - -
to minimize ~ -
irrelevant ~ -
, to take ~ , -
judicial ~
trial ~
jury ~ - ,
trustworthy ~ -
negative ~ ,
uncorroborated ~ ,
opinion ~ -
; - unrecorded ~ -

oral ~ untrustworthy ~ -
original ~ - ,
vague ~ -
out-of-court ~ -
written ~
perjured (perjurious) ~ -
testofier
preliminary ~ - test-paper , -

present ~ theory 1) ; 2)
() , -
pretrial ~ ; 3)
alter ego ~ (-
previous (prior) ~ -
-
receivable ~ - , -

328
title by conquest
, thirds (
) )
bursting bubble ~ - ticket (., .)
(
) parking ~ -
deep pocket ~ (.) -
( - tie , ,
tie-in , -
, -
, , - ; ;
, ) (.) ,
mail-box (nailing) ~ - -
( - -
- , -
)
thing 1) , ; 2) , , tie-out (.)
, -
~ corporal (,
~ in action ; - , -
; , )

tierce
~ in corporeal ;
widows ~ (.)
,
( )
~ in possession , -
- time 1) ; 2)
; ; - contract(ual) ~ 1) -
; ; 2)
~ of general description , -
court ~ , -
~ personal ( -
, ) term ~
~s real ( time-charter -,
)
fungible ~ , - time-sheet , -
;
generic ~ , - title 1) ,
; 2) ; 3)
intangible ~
real ~ ~ by accession ,
specific (specified) ~ -
~ by accretion ,
tangible ~ ,
unascertained ~ - ~ by conquest -

329
title by desent
~ by desent naked ~ , -
-
~ by prescription , -
paper ~
~ of cause () ( ,
)
~ of record , - paramount ~

adverse ~ perfect ~ , , -

after-acquired ~ - previous ~
presumptive ~ -
clear ~ -
, putative ~ ,
clear ~ of record -
record ~ , -
coloured ~
courtesy ~ , singular ~ , -
defective ~
sound ~
doubtful ~ , - tax ~ ,

elder ~ -
to give smb. ~ -
equitable ~ , -
to make good ~ -
first-class ~
to show good ~ -
good ~ , -
, to vest a ~ in smb. -
good record ~ -
, - unimpeachable ~ -

imperfect ~ , - valid ~ , -
, ; -
inchoate ~
legal ~ ; title-deed , -
, ; -
lucrative ~ ; , -

markertable (merchantable) ~ - titular ,
; ,
- tort , -

330
traverse
alleged ~ transactor 1) , -
civil ~ ; 2)
matrimonial ~ - transcript 1) ; 2)
, ~ of record -

personal ~ ; transfer , , -
; ; ();
private ~ ;
property ~ ~ in contemplation of death
public ~ -
tortfeasor ; - ~ of cause -

contributing ~ ~ of lease
joint ~s absolute ~
trade 1) - generation-skipping ~ -
; 2) (.,
coastal (coasing) ~ - )
, interjurisdictional ~
tradition
traffic 1) , ; transferee , -
2) (, . .); ,
maritime ~ ; ;
transaction 1) ; 2) ;
; 3) ( ) transference 1) , ,
~ of right , ; 2) (.) -

arbitrage ~ transferrer(or) ,
banking ~ - (, ); , -
betting ~ , ; ; -
business ~
colourable ~ ; - transgression (
)
compensation ~ transgressor
transmission 1) , ()-
forward ~ (, ); 2)
to close a ~ ; 3) -
to cure a ~ - ,
( )

transumpt
usurious ~

wagering ~ ,
traverse 1)
; , -

331
traverse of office
; 2) (.)

~ of office ~ to goods -
,
~ to land -
~ of presentment
~ to the person
~ to the answer , ,
~ vi et armis -
common ~ -
continuing ~ -
general ~ -
joint ~
special ~ -
, permanent ~ -
specific ~
trial ; -
traverser , ; -
( )
treaty ~ at bar
( )
~ of marriage ~ at common law -
arbitration ~
private ~ ~ at equity
trespass 1) ;
; 2) ~ at nisi prius
-
; ~ at statutory law -
~ de bonis asportatis -
~ by a court -
(. . )
~ for mesne profits ~ by battle (.)
, - ~ by certificate 1)
-
( ); 2)
~ on the case - -
( -
,
) -
~ quare clausum fregit -
- ~ by certificate-certiorari -
-
~ to chattels - -

332
staged trial
due process ~
-

early ~
~ by examination examining ~ -

~ by jury - fair ~ -

~ by record fair and impartial ~

final ~ , -
~ by the country
~ de novo , former ~
frame(d)-up ~ -
~ in absentia ,
; joint ~ -

~ on the merits judicial ~ -
,
~ per pais , jury ~
jury ~ by peers -
~ per testes
( - later ~
-
) legal ~
~ of challenges - major ~

~ of facts - minor ~ -

~ of law - mock ~
,
~ of the issue new ~ ()
open(-court) ~
~ with assessors
- original ~ -
abortive ~
preliminary ~ -
adversary ~
after ~ public ~
antitrust ~ (.) second ~
() speedy ~ -
bench ~
civil ~ - staged ~

333
subsequent trial
subsequent ~ - appellate ~
arbitration ~ , -
swift ~ -
Copyright Royalty ~ -
to bring to ~ (-
to commit for ~
to conduct a ~ )
to embarass a ~ - Employment Appeal ~
()
to face (to go to) ~ judicial ~ , -
; ,
to hold a ~ reference ~ ,
to move for a new ~ - trial ~
trier 1) , -
to place on ~ ; 2) ; 3) (pl.) ,
to put (up)on ~ , - -
,
to reach ~ ~ of fact ,
to safely go to ~ -
- ~ of law ,
;
to send for ~ - fact ~s
lay ~ of fact , -
to stand ~ ( )
to warrant ~ triplication , -
(. . -
(up)on ~ - )
trover 1) (. -
tribunal , - ); (-);
, - 2)
, , , - (
,
~ of arbitrators , - ); (.)
,
~ of fact , - trust 1) -
, -
~ of last resort - ; 2) -
, ;
~ of law , - active ~ -
( -
ad hoc ~ -
American Arbitration T~ - )
annuity ~ , -

334
tutrix
trustee 1) -
, , ; 2) ,
cestui que ~
charitable ~ - ~ of the court -
, --
conventional (court-appointed) ~ -
constructive ~ -
; -
testamentary ~ -

court ~ - trusteeship ,
, truster 1) (.) -
discretionary ~ - ; 2) (.) -
, ; , ;
3)
trustor
dry ~ -
( -
trustworthy
-
~ as a witness 1) , -
)
; 2) -
family ~ -
,


instrumental ~ -
, - truth (.)
- tubman (.) -

living ~ - tuition ,
, tutela (.) -

naked ~ ~ legitima (.) , -
( -
- ~ testamentaria (.)
)
private ~ - tutelage , ; -
, ,
tutor ,
secret ~ - ~ nominate , -
, ,

tutoress ,
shifting ~ -
tutorship , -
,
; ,

testamentary ~ - tutrix ,
,
335
ultimogeniture
unity (-
);
~ of application (.) -
U
ultimogeniture ~ of invention (.) -

umpirage 1) ; ~ of joint property -
; 2) - ()
~ of possession 1) -
; 2) ( -
umpire ; -

; ;
)
under-lease , ~ of title 1) -
under-lessee , - ; 2)
unlaw 1) ; 2) (.)
understanding 1) (
); 2) ; - unpatentability (.) -

mutual ~
unreliability
to reach on ~
~ of evidence , -
undertaking ;
,
unseaworthy ,
under-tenant , -

unsoundness
underwriter 1) (.
usage 1) , ,
); 2) -
; 2)
(, ); 3) (-
~ of trade , ,
)

marine ~
court ~
underwriting 1) (.
use 1) , , ;
); 2)
2) ; -
(, )
; 3) -
union 1) ,
; 2) -
; 3)
bigamous ~ accessory ~
incestuous ~ - accidental prior ~ (.)

poor-law ~ adverse ~ ,
unit -
bargaining ~
beneficial ~ -

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annual value
circumstantial ~ of character utterance ,
-
public ~
concurrent lawful ~ (.) - testimonial ~ -
(.,
uxor (.)
-
)
double ~ (.) 1) ;
2) ( - V
)
vacation 1) , (-
honest concurrent ~ (.) -
); 2) ; 3) -
;
,
-
~ of judgement , -


public prior ~ (.) -
judicial ~s ,


usee , (
vacatur (.) ; -
)
-
user 1) (-
); 2) ( -
vadium (.) ;
); , -
,
, (, );
3) vakiel, vakil (.) ; -
adverse ~ 1) , ( )
- validity -
; 2) - ; ; -
, - ;
~ of a conclusion -
concurrent ~
usher ~ of an argument
gentleman ~ ~ of a treaty , -

usucapion , -
formal ~ -

value 1) , ;
usufruct ( -
2) ; 3)

actual cash ~
)
;
imperfect ~ , -


agreed ~
usufructuary annual ~
usurpation -
,
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cash surrender value
cash surrender ~ ~ of proceedings
, -
, - verdict , -

clear ~ ~ against evidence , -
-
contract(ual) ~
evidential (evedentiary) ~ - ~ contrary to law
,
insured ~ ~ of the jury
precedential ~ adverse ~ ,
;
probative ~ , ,
advisory ~ ( -
surrender ~ ,
, - )
antitrust ~ (.) -
variance 1) , -
; ( . .); arbitral ~
2) , , definitive ~
vendee (. - directed ~ , -
) -
~ in possession -
, excessive ~ ,
vendibility 1) (.) ,
( - false ~ , -
); 2) ,
vendition final ~
formal ~ -
vendor (. -

)
general ~ ;
venire (facias) (.) - ; ,
(
venireman )
, instructed ~ , -
venter ;
venue 1) ,
- open ~ , -
; 2) , - (,
-
; 3) (.) , - );
- prior ~
privy ~ ,
~ of action
338
persistent violations
public ~ , - vidimus 1)
; 2) ; 3) -
quotient ~ ,
- view
(.. - ,
, , prejudicial ~
vigour ,
) vindex (.)
right ~
vindication 1) , -
sealed ~ -
, ; 2) , ,

()
special ~ (-
) violation (, ,
split ~ )
to arrive at ~ , - ~ of contract
~ of law ( -
to attain a ~ );
to disturb the ~ - ~ of law and order -

to find ~ ~ of privacy
to reach a ~ ~ of trust -
to receive a ~
to render a ~ antitrust ~ (.) -
to return a ~
to take a ~ civil ~
true ~ ; - civil antitrust ~ -
, - ,
-
( - - covert ~ () -
)
unanimous ~ , due process ~ -

untrue ~ , - excise ~ -
; -
flat ~ -
wrong ~
wrongful ~ gross ~
verification 1) , law ~
; 2) - overt ~
, (-); parking ~ -
3) ; (
); 4) , persistent ~s -
~ of powers

339
speeding violation
speeding ~

traffic ~ (-
) W
violator wadia ,
visit -
wadset (.) -
~ and search () ,
visitation (- wadsetter (.) -
, - ,
) waif
vitiation 1) ; 2) - waiver 1) ( , -
; - , ); 2) ; 3) -
( , )
voidability ; (.) - ~ of claims and defenses -

voidance , ~ of counsel , -

volidating voucher (.) - ~ of defence
~ of exemption -
volunteer 1) , - ( -
; , , )
; 2) , - ~ of hearing -
-
; , - ~ of immunity 1) -
( , ); 2) -

~ for a duty , - ~ of jury trial

vouchee , ~ of premium clause -
- -

common ~ (.) ~ of privilege
voucher 1) , ; ~ of proof -
2) ( ) -
; 3) - ~ of protest
; (); - ~ of (ones) right
, ; 4) , - ~ of the jurisdiction -
;
5) ~ of tort
~ for receipt ~ of trial -
(
voyage ( )
)
340
to issue a warrant
express ~ ~ upon proof ,

general ~ ~ upon (oral) testimony , -
implied ~ () -

legal ~ alias ~
lien ~ bench ~ , ,
limited ~ (
. .) cancelled ~
wapentake commissioner ~
ward 1) , ; ( )
2) , distress ~
; (. )
~ of court , - dividend ~

wardmote , , expired ~

explicit ~ ,
wardship 1) , ;

2)
format ~ , -
;

warrandice (.) ; - general ~ ; -
(
warrant 1) , - , )
; , informal ~ , -
; 2) , (),
; 3) ; - irregular ~
; 4) landlords ~
~ in bankruptcy -

~ of attorney - necessary ~ ,
-
~ of distress -
( ) (- original ~
) peace ~ ,
~ to appear ,
, regular ~
~ under seal share ~
~ upon affidavit , ships ~
to back a ~ (
~ upon evidence , ) , -
;
, - to issue a ~ ;

341
to serve a warrant
to serve a ~ , ; 2) , -
unnecessary ~ , - -
-
amelioration ~ ,
valid ~ ,

void ~ ; commissive ~ -
,
voidable ~ double ~
, equitable ~
warrantee , null ~
permissive ~ -
Warranties
- voluntary ~ -

warrantor (warranter) , waterway
, ; , navigable ~ of international concern
, -
warranty 1) , -
, ; 2) (.) , wedlock ,
( , ); lawful ~
3) (.) ( - weight
~ of evidence -
);
4) (.) welshing ,
~ of authority wife ,
~ of genuineness - common law ~ , -

~ of title wifehood
affirmative ~ - will 1) ; 2)
~ in issue ,
continuing ~
~ of the decedent ; -
express ~ (
); against ~ ,
alternative ~ -
full ~
general ~ ambulatory ~ , -
limited ~ ; -
personal ~
promissory ~ - antenuptial ~
autograph ~ ,
waste 1) , -
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attesting witness
bad ~ , - vicious ~
withdrawal 1) , -
conditional ~ , ; 2) , ,
conjoint ~ ~ by notice ( )
counter ~ -
~ from a treaty
disputable ~ ~ of action
~ of demand (.) ;
disputed ~
double ~ - ~ of juror -
,
holographic ~ - ~ of record
witness 1) , ; 2) -
lapsed ~ , ,
~ against a defendant

last ~ , ~ against a plaintiff -
living ~
mutual ~ (- ~ by the court ,
)
mystic ~ ~ for the defendant -
nominative ~
~ in attendance
notarial ~ - ~ in the box
~ on oath
nuncupative ~ ~ on the stand
official ~ - ~ produced
; , - ~ to an overt act
~ to a signature ,
parol ~ - ; (
provated ~ , )
reciprocal ~ ~ to will
() admissible ~ 1) ,
sailos ~ - -
; - ; 2) -
, -
adverse ~ -
solemn ~ -
alibi ~
to make a ~ , - attesting ~ , -
;
unofficious ~ (
unsolimn ~ - )

343
auricular witness
auricular ~ 1) , ; 2)
; 2) -
documentary ~ -
character ~ 1) , -
; 2) , - ear ~ ,
- , -
expert ~ -
chief ~ extra ~ , -
coached ~
compellable ~ , eye-~
false ~
compelled ~ 1) , friendly ~ , -
; 2) -
further ~
competent ~
( - future ~
- going ~ ,
)
complaining ~ hearsay ~ , -
compulsory ~ -
hostile ~ , -
consistent ~ 1) ,
, human ~ -
; 2) - ( , -
, . .)
, identified ~ , -
contemptuous ~ , -
identifying ~
contradicting (contradictory) ~ 1) - impeachable ~ 1) ,
, , - ; 2) -
; - ,
, - impeached ~ 1) -
; 2) , - ; 2)
; impeaching ~ ,

contumacious ~ , -
inadmissible ~ 1) ,
courts ~ ,
credible ~ , - ; 2) -

defence ~ incompetent ~ 1) ,
defendants ~ , - ; 2) -

direct ~ 1) - inconsistent ~ 1) , -
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zelous witness
- satisfactory (satisfying) ~ 1) ,
, ; 2) ; 2) -
, -
, scientific ~ -
independent ~ - skilled ~ , -
-
indirect ~ star ~ (.)
interested ~ , - subscribing ~ ,
-
irrelevant ~ 1) , ;
, ; 2) - succeeding ~ -

key ~ surprise ~ , -
late-endorsed ~ , -

suspended ~ , -
lawful ~ 1) ,
; 2) swift ~
lay ~ , , sworn ~
, to break down a ~ 1) -
line-up ~ ;
material ~ ; - 2)
, to check on a ~ , -

non-compellable ~ , - to coach a ~
turncoat ~ -
opening ~ - (
)
ordinary ~ turned away ~ ,
partial ~
perjured ~ 1) , - ultroneous ~ (.)
, ; 2) -
uncompellable ,
perjurious ~
plaintiffs ~ , unimpeachable ~ -

previous ~ unreliable ~ , -
prospective ~
qualified ~ veracious ~
recalled ~ , - zelous ~ , -

relevant ~ 1) , - ; , -
, ; 2) - ,

345
witness-box
witness-box ~ of capias -
witness-stand
word , , ~ of capias ad respondendum
precatory ~s (. - , -
)
work ~ of certiorari
case-study ~ ( -
)
copyrighted ~ , - ~ of covenant
-

working 1) , ; 2) -
~ of debt


compulsory ~ of a patent (.) -
~ of decret
( -
,

~ of delivery 1) -
)
-
regional ~ -
; 2) -
,

,
~ of distringas
( -
~ of dower -
)

worthiest ~ of ejectment/of entry -
~ of blood
writ 1) , ; -
; ; - ~ of elegit
, , ; ,
2) (.)
~ of admeasurement -
- ~ of error (. .
-
~ of assistance 1) - -
; 2) - ,
( )
) ~ of execution
~ of association - ~ of execution against property -
-
-
~ of false judgement 1) (.)
, -
~ of attachment ; 2) -
( ) -
~ of attendance

346
execution writ
~ of fieri facias ~ of review 1) -
- ; 2) -
( -
~ of habere facias possessionem - )
~ of right 1) (
~ of injunction ); 2)
~ of inquiry 1) () , -
; 2) (
)
~ of second deliverance -
~ of levari facias -

- ~ of subpoena

~ of mandamus - ~ of summons
- ~ of supersedeas -

~ of mandate - -

~ of tresspass on the case
~ of mesne process
,
~ of trial
~ of possession - -

~ of prevention - ~ of venire facias -
(
)
~ of probable cause ~ of withernam
(- ,
- , -
)
~ of process - alias ~
alternative ~ -
~ of prohibition - (
; -
( - )
- concurrent ~s 1)
) ; 2) -
~ of reception (.,
)
~ of replevin - execution ~ -

347
extraordinary writ
extraordinary ~ - legal ~ , -

interlocutory ~ - writing ;
( , - ;
) covered ~ -
judicial ~
original ~ - obligatory ~
( - standard ~ ,
)
peremptory ~ - wrong , ; -
, -
actionable ~ ,
personal ~ -
civil ~ ; ,
pointing-out ~ -
- legal ~ ,
private ~ ; ,
prerogative ~ -
( - private ~s
)
real ~ - wrongdoer ; -
,
remedial ~ -
wrongdoing (wrong-doing) ,

; -
testatum ~
; ,
(
,
-
, -
,
Y
yardstick , ;
) ~ of invention (.) 1) -
to bring a ~ ; 2) -
to enforce a ~ -
youth ; -
to serve a ~ -
wayward ~ ,
vicontiel ~ (.) , - ( -
)
writer 1) (.) , ;
2) ()
~ to the signet ,
( )

348
zone

Z
zetetick
zone
~ of employment (
,
, )

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