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Backbench

Backbench (backbenchers) Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Backbenchers are Members of the Parliament or members of the House of Lords that are neither government ministers nor opposition Shadow spokespeople . They are so called because, in the Chamber, they sit in the rows of benches [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA, Legislative Law, and Short Read.



Backbenches

History of the Backbenches The following commentary about Backbenches in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Those seats in the House of Commons occupied by ordinary members of Parliament who do not hold ministerial office within the Government or are not [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA, History, and Short Read.



Backed for Bail

Definition of Backed For Bail In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Backed For Bail : Describing a warrant for arrest issued by a magistrate or by the Crown Court to a police officer, directing him to release the accused, upon arrest, on bail under specified [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



Bacs

Bacs Service The Bankers Automated Clearings System (Bacs) is a service owned by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited and operated by Voca Limited enabling companies to make payments and debits within the UK. In other words, the Bacs service is a computer system which sorts automated payment [...]

Categories: B, Business Law, Commercial Law, Finance Law, International Law, and su1. Tags: BA, Banking Law, Consumer Law, Cyber Law, and Internet.



Bag

Meaning of Bag The following is an old definition of Bag [1]: The sack, satchel, reticule or other like receptacle in which lawyers carry briefs and papers for use during the preparation, trial, hearing, or argument of cases, was formerly called, from the prevailing color of the material, the [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA.



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.



Bail Hostel

Definition of Bail Hostel In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bail Hostel : Accommodation for persons of no fixed address who have been released on bail.

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



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.



Bailiwick

Definition of Bailiwick In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bailiwick : The area within which a *bailiff or *sheriff exercises jurisdictio

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



Bailment

Definition of Bailment (from Fr. bailler, to place in charge of, cf. Bail) In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bailment : The transfer of the possession of goods by the owner (the bailor) to another (the bailee) for a particular purpose. Examples of [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Property.



Bair-man

Scottish Law: Bair-man in the Past A poor insolvent debtor left bare. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References Partialy, this information about bair-man is based on the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, 1848 edition. There is a list of terms of the Bouvier´s Law [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



Bairn's Part

Scottish Law: Bairn's Part in the Past Children's part a third part of the defunct's free movables, debts deducted, if the wife survive and a half if there be no relict. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References Partialy, this information about bairn's part is [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



Balance Sheet

Definition of Balance Sheet In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Balance Sheet : A document presenting in summary form a true and fair view of a company's financial position at a particular time (e.g. at the end of its financial year). It must show the [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA, Financial Law, and Mortgages.



Ballistic Missile Defence

Resources See Also Further Reading Ballistic Missile Defence in the Encyclopedia of Britain Ballistic Missile Defence in the Osborn's Concise Law Dictionary Ballistic Missile Defence in the Halsbury's Laws of England Ballistic Missile Defence in the Stroud's Judicial Dictionary of [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA and Short Read.



Ballot

Ballot Meaning in Politics Description of Ballot published by Mona Chalabi: This piece of paper contains information only about the electoral district where voters are registered. Voters put a cross next to their preferred local candidate, most of whom represent a political party. The [...]

Categories: B, Political Science, and su1. Tags: BA and Electoral Law.



Ballot Bills

Ballot Bills Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament Ballot Bills are a type of Private Members' Bill used only in the House of Commons. At the start of each new parliamentary year, all backbench Members of the Parliament are invited to enter a ballot. The few Members of the Parliament who [...]

Categories: B and su1. Tags: BA, Legislative Law, and Short Read.



Bank Holidays

Definition of Bank Holidays In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bank Holidays : Days that are declared holidays for the clearing banks and are kept as public holidays under the Banking and Financial Dealing Act 1971 or by royal proclamation under this [...]

Categories: B, Business Law, and su1. Tags: BA.