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Abjuration

English Law: Abjuration in the Past In the ancient English law it was a renunciation of one's country and taking an oath of perpetual banishment. A man who had committed a felony and for safety flea to a sanctuary might within forty days' confess the fact and take the oath of abjuration and [...]

Categories: A, su1, T, and W. Tags: AB, Contracts, Short Read, TR, and WA.



Agreement Between The Parties

Agreement Between the Parties in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]Many, perhaps most, of the required directions at the first case management conference may be agreed by the parties. If so, the judge will endeavour to make orders [...]

Categories: A, su1, and T. Tags: AG and TR.



Court Committees

The Technology and Construction Court Users’ Committees The continuing ability of the Technology and Construction Court to meet the changing needs of all those involved in Technology and Construction Court litigation depends in large part upon a close working relationship between the [...]

Categories: C, su1, and T. Tags: CI, CO, and TE.



Foreign Policy

Background and International Relations with the United States The United States of America declared its independence from the United Kingdom of Great Britain on July 4, 1776. However, the American Revolutionary War continued until the British General Cornwallis surrendered to General George [...]

Categories: F, G, Northern Ireland, Scotland, su1, and T. Tags: FO, GO, and TR.



Intimation

Scottish Law: Intimation in the Past In the Scotch law, it is an instrument, of writing, made under the hand of a notary and notified to a party, to inform him of a right which a third person had acquired; for example, when a creditor assigns a claim against his debtor, the assignee or cedent [...]

Categories: Civil Law, I, su1, and T. Tags: IN, Short Read, and TH.



Simultaneous Transcription

Simultaneous transcription in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]Many trials in the Technology and Construction Court, including the great majority of the longer trials, are conducted with simultaneous transcripts of the evidence [...]

Categories: S, su1, and T. Tags: SI and TR.



Table

Concept of Table The following is an old definition of Table [1], a term which has several meanings:1. Inthe sense of billiard-table, gaming-table, etc., see Game Alternative Meaning In the sense of a condensed statement or a view of items or details, for ready ref- erence, is used of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TA.



Tabling

Table (tabling) Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Tabling is the act of formally putting forward a question, a motion or an amendment in the Commons or the Lords. Members of either House do this by submitting it to the procedural clerks by hand, by post or, in some circumstances, [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legislative Law, Short Read, and TA.



Tack

Scottish Law: Tack in the Past A contract of location by which the use of land or any other immovable subject, is, set to the lessee or tacksman for a certain yearly rent, either in money, the fruits of tho ground or services. Ersk. Prin. Laws of Scot. B. 2, t. 6, n. 8; 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 209. [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tacking

English Law: Tacking in the Past The union of securities given at different times, so as to prevent any intermediate purchasers claiming title to redeem or or discharge one lien, which is prior, without redeeming or discharging other liens also, which are after his own title. Jer. Eq. Jur. B. [...]

Categories: Civil Law, Commercial Law, su1, and T. Tags: TA.



Tagcourt

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagcourt in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagcourt in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagcourt in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagcourt in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Tagcourt in the Jowitt's Dictionary of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tagethics

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagethics in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagethics in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagethics in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagethics in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Tagethics in the Jowitt's Dictionary of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tagevidence

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagevidence in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagevidence in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagevidence in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagevidence in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Tagevidence in the Jowitt's [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Taglegal Theory

Resources See Also Further Reading Taglegal Theory in the Encyclopedia of Britain Taglegal Theory in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Taglegal Theory in the Halsbury's Laws of England Taglegal Theory in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Taglegal Theory in [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tagpolitical Science

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagpolitical Science in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagpolitical Science in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagpolitical Science in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagpolitical Science in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tagprivacy Law

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagprivacy Law in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagprivacy Law in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagprivacy Law in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagprivacy Law in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Tagprivacy Law in the [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tagproperty Law

Resources See Also Further Reading Tagproperty Law in the Encyclopedia of Britain Tagproperty Law in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Tagproperty Law in the Halsbury's Laws of England Tagproperty Law in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Tagproperty Law in [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tail

Meaning of Tail The following is an old definition of Tail [1]: Fee-tail, as descriptive of an estate in lands, was borrowed from the feudists, among whom it signified any mutilated or truncated inheritance from which the heirs general were cut off. Entail. 1, v. To restrict an inheritance to [...]

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Tailzie

Concept of Tailzie Traditional meaning of tailzie [1] in scots law: An entail; tail (see this last concept in this legal reference), [rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References Based on A concise law dictionary of words, phrases and maxims, "Tailzie", Boston: Little, Brown, and [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, su1, and T. Tags: Short Read and TA.



Tariff

Definition of Tariff This term is used in the context of sentencing in criminal cases. Summary of Tariff of 1816 -- Protective In relation to the legal history of the United States and the United Kingdom: This protective tariff helped American industry by raising the prices of British [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legal history, Legal Practice Terms, Short Read, TA, and Treaties.



Tavern

Meaning of Tavern The following is an old definition of Tavern [1]: At common law, a tavern- keeper is one who makes it his business to entertain travelers or passengers and provide lodging axid necessaries for them, their horses and attendants. When licensed they usually had the privilege of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TA.



Tax Law

Tax Law in the United Kingdom Some Popular Taxation Meanings Sales Tax Superannuation (in Australia and other countries) Progressive Tax Alternative Minimum Tax Customs Corporate Tax Internal Revenue Code (including section 1031) Tax exemption Carbon Tax [...]

Categories: su1, T, and Tax Law. Tags: Business Tax, TA, and Taxes Management.



Taxation

Resources See Also Further Reading Taxation in the Encyclopedia of Britain Taxation in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Taxation in the Halsbury's Laws of England Taxation in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Taxation in the Jowitt's Dictionary of [...]

Categories: su1, T, and Tax Law. Tags: Business Tax, Short Read, TA, and Taxes Management.



Teachers

Resources See Also Further Reading Teachers in the Encyclopedia of Britain Teachers in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Teachers in the Halsbury's Laws of England Teachers in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Teachers in the Jowitt's Dictionary of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Short Read and TE.



Technology

Concept of Technology in IP Law [rtbs name="intellectual-property-law"]Lambert defined technology as follows: The practical application of the laws of nature in the construction of a product or manufacturing or some other industrial process.

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, Short Read, and TE.



Technology And Construction Court

Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"] Contents in relation to the Technology and Construction Court The topics include the following: Purpose of the Technology and Construction Court Guide, The Civil Procedure Rules, The Technology and Construction [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TE.



Teinds

Scottish Law: Teinds in the Past That liquid proportion of the rents or goods of the people, which is due to churchmen for performing divine service or exercising the other spiritual functions proper to their several offices. Ersk. Pr. L. Scot. B. 2, t. 10, s. 2. See Tithes. [1][rtbs [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TE.



Telegraph

Meaning of Telegraph The following is an old definition of Telegraph [1]: v. To write afar off or at a distance. A wire or wires used for the purpose of telegraphic communication, with any casing, coating, tube, or pipe inclosing the same, and any apparatus connected therewith for the purpose [...]

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Telephone Hearings

Telephone Hearings in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]Depending on the nature of the application and the extent of any dispute between the parties, the Technology and Construction Court is content to deal with many case [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TE.



Tellers

Tellers Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Tellers are appointed to verify the count when there is a division in the Commons or the Lords and to report the result back to the House. Four tellers are required for a division to take place: two representing those voting for the motion and two [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legislative Law, Short Read, and TE.



Tempus

Meaning of Tempus (Latin Term) The following is an old definition of Tempus (latin term) [1]: Time; limited time. Nullum tempus occurrit regi. No time runs against the king. Nullum tempus occurrit reipublicae. No time runs against the commonwealth. Lapse of time, at common law, will not [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TE.



Ten Minute Rule Bills

Ten Minute Rule Bills Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Ten Minute Rule Bills are a type of Private Members' Bill that are introduced in the House of Commons under Standing Order No 23. The ten minute rule allows a backbench Member of Parliament to make his or her case for a new Bill [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legislative Law, Short Read, and TE.



Tenancy At Will

Tenancy at Will Not Periodic Tenancy Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with tenancy at will not periodic tenancy may be: Barclays Wealth Trustees (Jersey) Ltd v Erimus Housing Ltd [2014] EWCA Civ, [2014] PLSCS 91 (CA) Year of the above case: 2014

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Real Estate, Short Read, and TE.



Tenancy Deposit Scheme

Tenancy Deposit Scheme Explained Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with tenancy deposit scheme explained may be: Ayannuga v Swindells [2012] EWCA Civ 1789, [2012] PLSCS 23 (CA) Year of the above case: 2012 Tenancy Deposit Scheme Defined Case Law [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Real Estate, Short Read, and TE.



Tenendas

Scottish Law: Tenendas in the Past The name of a clause in charters of heritable rights which derives its name from its first words tenendus praedictas terras and expresses the particular tenure by which the lands are to be holden. Ersk. Prin. B. 2, t. 3, n. 10. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] [...]

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Tenure

Definition of Tenure A right of holding or occupying land for a certain period of time. Tenure and Medieval Law Tenure and Legal History Meaning of Tenure The following is an old definition of Tenure [1]: Holding; possession. See Tenere. Tenure of land. The manner of possessing land held of a [...]

Categories: Business Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, su1, and T. Tags: Estates, Legal Practice Terms, Media Law, and TE.



Terce

Scottish Law: Terce in the Past In law of Scotland (see more about this legal system): A life-rent competent by law to widows who have not accepted of special provisions in the third part of the heritable subjects in which the hushand died infeft. Developments The terce takes place only where [...]

Categories: Civil Law, su1, and T. Tags: TE.



Term

Term (Certainty) Defined Case Law A selected English Real Property Law Case in relation with term (certainty) defined may be: Berrisford v Mexfield Mexfield Housing Co-operative Ltd Year of the above case: 2011 Concept of Term The following is an old definition of Term [1], a term which has [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Real Estate and TE.



Termino

Resources See Also Further Reading Termino in the Encyclopedia of Britain Termino in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Termino in the Halsbury's Laws of England Termino in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of Words and Phrases Termino in the Jowitt's Dictionary of English Law [...]

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Terrorism

What is Terrorism? Terrorism as a Political Act Introduction to Terrorism Terrorism is by nature political because it involves the acquisition and use of power for the purpose of forcing others to submit, or agree, to terrorist demands. A terrorist attack, by generating publicity and focusing [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: TE and Terrorism.



Test

Definition of Integration Or Organisation Test One of a number of tests developed by the courts to test the employee's status. Meaning of Test The following is an old definition of Test [1]: When the identity of anything is once established, other things, as to which there is doubt, may be [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legal Practice Terms and TE.



Test Roll

Test Roll Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament The Test Roll is a book made of parchment in which new Members of the Parliament or members of the Lords must sign their names when they take the oath of allegiance (or make the solemn affirmation). This was originally intended to prove - or test [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legislative Law, Short Read, and TE.



Testis

Meaning of Testis (Latin Term) The following is an old definition of Testis (latin term) [1]: A witness. Testari: to be a witness, bear witness to; to be witnessed, shown, certified. Derivatives: attest, contest, protest, testify, testimony, testacy, testator, testament, intestate. Nemo testis [...]

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The Able-bodied

The Able-bodied and the Local Government Board In this issue about the able-bodied, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: National Uniformity In the absence of new Statutes, and of alterations in the General Orders relating to the relief by boards of guardians of the [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Local Government Board, Long Read, Poor Laws, and TH.



The Criminal Justice System

The criminal justice system: UK Legal History The criminal justice system is comprised of all criminal courts, prison institutions, policing, sentencing and rehabilitation, amongst other related legislation. Various criminal justice acts have regulated the criminal justice system since 1877. [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: History, Short Read, and TH.



the Law is a Ass

According to Encyclopedia of Britain, the law is a ass is an observation by Mr Bumble, the beadle in *Oliver Twist, on hearing that he is even more guilty than Mrs Bumble in the matter of Oliver's mother's missing locket and gold ring because 'the law supposes that your wife acts under your [...]

Categories: su1, T, and Uncategorized. Tags: TH.



The Sick

The Sick and the Poor Law Board In this issue about the sick, the book English Poor Law Policy [1] reads as follows: We have shown that, between 1834 and 1847, it was not contemplated that persons actually sick would be received in the workhouse, and that there was no trace in the documents of [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Long Read, Poor Law Board, Poor Laws, and TH.



Thellusson act

Thellusson act in the Business Encyclopaedia and Legal Adviser Based on the Business Encyclopaedia and Legal Adviser , by W.S.M. Knight, Barrister –at – Law. In 1797, Peter Thellusson died in London, leaving landed estate worth about 4000 sterling a year, and personal property to the amount of [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, su1, and T. Tags: TH.



Thelma Cazalet-Kerr

Thelma Cazalet-Kerr History British feminist and Conservative politician. Her parents met many influential figures of the day, including Sylvia Pankhurst. Entered local politics in 1924 as a London County Councillor and became an Alderman in 1931. Between 1931-1945 she was Conservative MP for [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Biographies, British History, Short Read, and TH.



Thesaurus of Synonyms of the Law Term

Each word may have several meanings. To Judges, precise language is mandatory, because each word and its meaning may be subject to close scrutiny and legal interpretation. To solicitors, the use of persuasive language is extremely essential when addressing written arguments to the Courts. [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Legal Resources, su1, and T. Tags: Legal research and TH.



Thief

Concept of Sacaburth, Saccabor Traditional meaning of sacaburth, saccabor [1] in the Saxon law history: A person from whom a thing had been stolen, and who freshly pursued the thief. Note: For more information on Saxon Law history, see here.[rtbs name="saxon-law"] Resources Notes and [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Criminal law, su1, and T. Tags: Short Read and TH.



Third Reading

Definition of Third Reading This is the final vote on the bill before parliament. Third reading Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Third reading is one of the stages that a Bill must pass in each House before it can become law. It is normally the final opportunity for the Commons or the [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: Legal Practice Terms, Legislative Law, Short Read, and TH.



Thirlage

Scottish Law: Thirlage in the Past The name of servitude by which lands are astricted or thirled to a particular mill and the possessors bound to grind their grain there, for the payment of certain multures and sequels as the agreed price of grinding. Ersk. Prin. B. 2, t. 9, n. 18. [1][rtbs [...]

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Thomas Erskine

Erskine Thomas 1st Baron Erskine of Restormel Introduction to Thomas Erskine Thomas Erskine (1750-1823), British statesman and noted advocate, who at various times successfully defended the principles of freedom of the press, trial by jury, and the right to select one's own counsel. [...]

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Thomas Hobbes

British Political and Social Thought: Thomas Hobbes Introduction to Thomas Hobbes The political and constitutional crisis of the 17th century produced two of the most important figures in the history of British political thought. The first, philosopher Thomas Hobbes, challenged the assertions [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: History and TH.



Thomas Inskip

History of the Sir Thomas Inskip (1876-1947), later 1st Lord Caldecote The following commentary about Sir Thomas Inskip (1876-1947), later 1st Lord Caldecote in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): British lawyer and politician. Served in the Admiralty Naval [...]

Categories: su1 and T. Tags: History, Short Read, and TH.



Thomas Littleton

Littleton Sir Thomas Introduction to Thomas Littleton Thomas Littleton (1422-1481), English jurist and writer, born in Frankley Manor House, Worcestershire. He was a well-known counsel at law in 1445 and served as recorder of Coventry in 1450. He became a justice of common pleas in 1466, and [...]

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