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Accommodation

Accommodation in the Business Encyclopaedia and Legal Adviser Based on the Business Encyclopaedia and Legal Adviser , by W.S.M. Knight, Barrister –at – Law. Suing upon a contract, the plaintiff has, except in the case of contracts under seal, to prove a consideration therefore. Bills of [...]

Categories: A, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: AC.



Bail

Definition of Bail This term refers to the practice of releasing a defendant (or accused) from custody until their next appearance in court. In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bail : The release by the police, magistrates' court, or Crown Court of a [...]

Categories: B, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: BA, Legal Practice Terms, and Scotland.



Bailie

In Scotland the word bailiff has taken the form of bailie, signifying a superior officer or magistrate of a municipal corporation. Bailies, by virtue of their office, are invested with certain judicial and administrative powers within the burgh for which they are appointed. They sit as [...]

Categories: B, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: BA, Law Enforcement, and Scotland.



Chambers

Definition of Chambers In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Chambers : 1. The offices occupied by a barrister or group of barristers. (The term is also used for the group of barristers practising from a set of chambers.) 2. The private office of a [...]

Categories: C, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: CH.



Civil Procedure Law

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Categories: C, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CI, Civil Procedure Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Law, and Short Read.



Civil Procedure Law Outline

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Categories: C, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CI, Civil Procedure Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Law, and Short Read.



Civil Procedure Law School

Most Popular Entries related to Civil Procedure Law School Civil Procedure Law (in the United Kingdom) Civil Procedure Law School (in the United Kingdom) Civil Procedure Law Outline (in the United Kingdom) See Also Civil Procedure Law in Nigeria Civil Procedure Law in China Some [...]

Categories: C, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CI, Civil Procedure Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Law, and Short Read.



Costs

Definition of Costs In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Costs : Sums payable for legal services. A distinction is drawn between contentious and noncontentious costs (broadly, the distinction between costs relating to litigious and nonlitigious [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, Procedure Law, su1, and Y. Tags: CO, Costs, Intellectual Property Law, and Long Read.



Costs in the Case

Definition of Costs in the Case In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Costs in The Case : An order for costs made in *interim proceedings (interlocutory proceedings) by which the costs of the hearing in question are payable in accordance with the order for [...]

Categories: C, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: CO and Costs.



Court of King’s Bench

History Court of King’s Bench, in England, one of the superior courts of common law. This court, the most ancient of English courts—in its correct legal title, “the court of the king before the king himself,” coram ipso rege—is far older than parliament itself, for it can be traced back [...]

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Criminal Procedure Definition

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Categories: C, Criminal law, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CR, Criminal Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Criminal Law, and Procedure Law.



Criminal Procedure Laws

Most Popular Entries related to Criminal Procedure Laws Procedure Criminal Law (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Law Practice (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Outline (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Definition (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Laws [...]

Categories: C, Criminal law, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CR, Criminal Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Criminal Law, and Procedure Law.



Criminal Procedure Outline

Most Popular Entries related to Criminal Procedure Outline Procedure Criminal Law (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Law Practice (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Outline (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure Definition (in the United Kingdom) Criminal Procedure [...]

Categories: C, Criminal law, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: CR, Criminal Law, Litigation, Most Popular, Procedure Criminal Law, and Procedure Law.



Ecclesiastical Courts under John

This issue under the Ruling of John of England Ecclesiastical Courts under John and Medieval Law Ecclesiastical Courts under John and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Adams, Norma, and Charles Donahue, ed. Select Cases From the [...]

Categories: E, Historical, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: EC, Ecclesiastical Courts, Ecclesiastical Law, John, Legal history, Litigation, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Non Royal Courts, Procedures, and Trial.



Entrapment

Definition of Entrapment In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Entrapment : Deliberately trapping a person into committing a crime in order to secure his conviction, as by offering to buy drugs. English courts do not recognize a defence of entrapment as [...]

Categories: Criminal law, E, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: EN and Police.



Handbooks of Procedure

Treatises and Handbooks of Procedure and Pleading Handbooks of Procedure and Medieval Law Handbooks of Procedure and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Consuetudines Diversarum Curiarum . The Selden Society (SS), 60 for 1941. [...]

Categories: H, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Early Legal Treatises, HA, Handbooks, Legal history, Litigation, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Pleading, and Procedure Law.



History of English Court System

Early History of the English Court System The process of separation of judicial from executive and legislative governmental powers continued during the reign of Edward I with the establishment of the Court of Exchequer as a tribunal having exclusive jurisdiction over revenue cases. See more [...]

Categories: H, Historical, Judiciary, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: Court of Appeal, Courts, HI, and History of.



Joinder

History Joinder, in English law, a term used in several connexions. Joinder of causes of action is the uniting in the same action several causes of action. Save in actions for the recovery of land and in actions by a trustee in bankruptcy a plaintiff may without leave join in one [...]

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Judgment

Meaning of Judgment The following is an old definition of Judgment [1]: The saying of the law; the sentence of the law, pronounced by the court, upon the matter contained in the record. The determination of the law as the result of proceedings instituted in a court of justice. The final [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, J, Legislation, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: JU, Litigation, Procedures, and Trial.



Jurisdiction

Company Winding-up by the Court: Jurisdiction Jurisdiction in North Ireland Term for the area of judicial responsibility. It can refer to geographical or scope of work responsibility. Jurisdiction in Scotland Heritable Jurisdiction Heritable Jurisdiction, in the law of Scotland, grants [...]

Categories: J, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: JU, North Ireland, and Winding-up.



Jury

Jury Meaning Jury in Scottish Law The group of men and women who listen to the evidence and make decisions about the facts in a case. In criminal cases, there are 15 jurors, with 12 in civil cases. Definition of Jury Qualifications To be eligible for jury service there are certain [...]

Categories: J, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: JU, Legal Practice Terms, Long Read, and Scotland.



Law Reports under William

This issue under the Ruling of William of England Year Books and other Reports Law Reports under William and Medieval Law Law Reports under William and Legal History Legal Materials (Compiled by the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Bigelow, Melville M., ed. Placita [...]

Categories: L, Procedure Law, and su1. Tags: Central Common Courts, LA, Law Reports, Legal history, Litigation, Medieval Case Law, Medieval Courts, Medieval Law, Medieval Legal Documents, Medieval Legal Materials, Procedures, Royal Courts, Trial, William, and Year Books.



Parliamentary Financial Procedures

History The whole law of finance, and consequently the whole British constitution, is grounded upon one fundamental principle, laid down at the very outset of English parliamentary history and secured by three hundred years of mingled conflict with the Crown and peaceful growth. All taxes and [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Finance Law, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Budget, Featured, Finance, Litigation, and Procedure Law.



Procedure Criminal Law

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Categories: Criminal law, P, Procedure Law, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Criminal Law, Litigation, Most Popular, PR, Procedure Criminal Law, and Procedure Law.



Stare Decisis

Definition of Stare Decisis The doctrine of judicial precedent is based upon the latin maxim 'stare decisis et non quieta movere'. Stare decisis in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term Stare decisis from the University of Kent: 'To stand by things decided' - A maxim expressing the underlying [...]

Categories: Procedure Law, S, and su1. Tags: Legal Latin Words, Legal Practice Terms, Litigation, Procedures, Short Read, ST, and Trial.



Trial

Trial Meaning Trial in Scottish Law The legal action in a criminal court case. Trial in Fraud: Criminal Law and Procedure Indictments and Severance There is more information about this section in the entry about Indictments and Severance in this legal Encyclopedia. Hearsay and [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, Procedure Law, su1, and T. Tags: Criminal Procedure, Fraud, Litigation, Long Read, Procedures, Scotland, TR, and Trial.



Trover

Trover (0. Fr. trover, to find, mod. trouver), or trover and conversion, the name of a form of action in English law no longer in use, corresponding to the modern action of conversion. It was brought for damages for the detention of a chattel, and differed from detinue in that the latter was [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Procedure Law, and su1.