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Bill Of Sight

English Law: Bill of Sight in the Past When a merchant i's ignorant of the real quantities or qualities of any goods consigned to him, so that he is unable to make a perfect entry of them, he is needd to acquaint the collector or comptroller of the circumstances and such officer is authorized, [...]

Categories: B, C, Commercial Law, and su1. Tags: BI and CH.



Certificates

Definition of Charge Certificate In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charge Certificate : A certificate issued by the Land Registry to a legal mortgagee of registered land as evidence of his title. It will only be issued if the *land certificate is [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charges, Contracts, Featured, and Long Read.



Chafewax

English Law: Chafewax in the Past An officer in chancery who fits the wax for sealing, to the writs, commissions and other. instruments then made to be issued out. He is probably so called because he warms (chaufe) the wax. [1][rtbs name="history-of-english-law"] Resources Notes and [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Chain of Executorship

Definition of Chain of Executorship In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Chain of Executorship : (chain of executorship, chain of representation) A rule under the Administration of Estates Act 1925 by which the executor of someone who was himself a sole or [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Chain of Representation

Definition of Chain of Representation In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Chain of Representation : (chain of executorship, chain of representation) A rule under the Administration of Estates Act 1925 by which the executor of someone who was himself a sole [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Chair

Panel Chair in relation with the Courts and Tribunals in England The panel chair is the head of a Judicial Appointments Commission selection panel. This person completes a report providing an overall panel assessment, which forms part of the information presented to the Commission.

Categories: C, Judiciary, and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Chairman of Ways and Means

Chairman of Ways and Means Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament The Chairman of Ways and Means is the principal Deputy Speaker in the House of Commons. As well as deputising for the Speaker they have specific responsibilities such as chairing Committees of the whole House, coordinating the [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Legislative Law, and Short Read.



Challenge

Concept of Challenge The following is an old definition of Challenge [1], a term which has several meanings:1. A request to fight - to fight a duel. Whether made by word or letter, is indictable at common law. Tends to a breach of the peace. He who knowingly carries a challenge for, another is [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



Challenge to Jury

Definition of Challenge To Jury In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Challenge To Jury : A procedure by which the parties may object to the composition of a jury before it is sworn. Before the Criminal Justice Act 1988 came into force a challenge could be [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



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.



Champerty

Definition of Champerty History Champerty or Champarty (Lat. campi partitio, O. Fr. champ parti), in English law, a bargain between a plaintiff or defendant in a cause and another person, to divide the land (campum partiri) or other matter sued for, if they prevail, in consideration of [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



Chancellor

History The chancellor in England In England the office of chancellor dates back to the reign of Edward the Confessor, the first English king to use the Norman practice of sealing instead of signing documents; and from the Norman Conquest onwards the succession of chancellors is [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, su1, and Uncategorized. Tags: CH, Featured, Long Read, and Parliament.



Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

History of the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster The following commentary about Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Officially a member of the Government representing the Crown as Duke of Lancaster, but generally a [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, History, and Short Read.



Chancellor of the High Court

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

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



Chancery

History Chancery, in English law, the court of the lord chancellor of England, consolidated in 1873 along with the other superior courts in the Supreme Court of Judicature. Its origin is noticed under the head of Chancellor. It has been customary to say that the court of chancery consists [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Legislation, su1, and Uncategorized. Tags: CH and Long Read.



Chancery Division

Definition of Chancery Division In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Chancery Division : The division of the *High Court of Justice created by the Judicature Acts 1873-75 to replace the *Court of Chancery. The work of the Division is principally concerned [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Legislation, su1, and Y. Tags: CH, Intellectual Property Law, and Short Read.



Change Of Control

Change Of Control in Contract Formation It is often advisable to include this term in any contract. In Pinsent Mason's words:During the course of a contract one party may change the structure of their company. In these circumstances the other party may wish to terminate the contract, for [...]

Categories: C, Contract Formation , and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Changing A Will

Most Popular Entries related to Changing a Will Types of Trusts (in the United Kingdom) Living Trusts (in the United Kingdom) Revocable Trusts (in the United Kingdom) Business Trusts (in the United Kingdom) Irrevocable Trust (in the United Kingdom) Probate (in the United Kingdom) [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Estate Law, and Most Popular.



Channel Islands

Group of islands off the northwest coast of France, which became attached -in accordance to Bamber Gascoigne´ Encyclopedia of Britain about the entry Channel Islands- to the British crown at the time of the Conquest as part of the dukedom of Normandy. They have remained linked with Britain [...]

Categories: C, su1, and Uncategorized. Tags: CH.



CHAPS

Clearing House Automated Payment System (CHAPS) The Clearing House Automated Payment System (CHAPS) is a sterling payments scheme that processes and settles both systemically important and time-dependent payments. CHAPS continues to be one of the largest RTGS systems in the world, [...]

Categories: C, su1, and Uncategorized. Tags: CH.



Character

Definition of Character In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Character : (in the law of evidence) 1. The reputation of a party or witness. In civil cases the reputation of a party is not admissible unless it is directly in issue, as it may be in an action [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Charge

Definition of Charge In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charge : 1. A formal accusation of a crime, usually made by the police after *interrogation See also indictment. 2. Instructions given by a Judge to a Jury. 3. A legal or equitable interest in land, [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charges, and Scotland .



Charge Sheet

Definition of Charge Sheet In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charge Sheet : A document in which an officer at a police station records an accusation against a suspect. It normally also gives details of his name and those of his accusers, who should sign [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charges, and Short Read.



Chargeable Gain

Definition of Chargeable Gain In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Chargeable Gain : A profit made on the disposal of an asset, which may attract *capital gains tax or *corporation tax.

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charges, and Short Read.



Charger

Scottish Law: Charger in the Past He in whose favor a decree suspended is pronounced; vet a decree may be suspended before a charge is given on it. Ersk. Pr. L. Scot. 4, 3, 7. [1][rtbs name="scottish-law"] Resources Notes and References Partialy, this information about charger is [...]

Categories: C, Civil Law, and su1. Tags: CH and Short Read.



Charges

Company Law: Security for borrowing – company charges Refine your research by picking one of the following subsections: Types of charge over company properties Priority of Company Charges Registration of Company Charges Register of Company Charges Other forms of registration of Company [...]

Categories: Business Law, C, and su1. Tags: Borrowing, CH, Charges, and Short Read.



Charging Clause

Definition of Charging Clause In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charging Clause : A clause in a trust entitling a trustee to charge for his services. When a solicitor or some other professional person is appointed trustee, he is usually authorized to [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charges, and Short Read.



Charging Order

Definition of Charging Order In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charging Order : A court order obtained by a judgment creditor by which the judgment debtor's property (including money, land, and shares) becomes security for the payment of the debt and [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH and Charges.



Charging Orders And Orders For Sale

Charging Orders and Orders For Sale in relation to the Technology and Construction Court [rtbs name="technology-and-construction-court"]One of the most common methods of enforcement involves the making of a charging order over the judgment debtor’s property. There are three stages in the [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



Charitable Trust

Definition of Charitable Trust In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charitable Trust : A trust for purposes that the law regards as charitable. There is no statutory definition of 'charitable'. In a legal sense, a purpose is charitable only if it is [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH.



Charities

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

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charities, and Short Read.



Charity

Definition of Charity In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charity : A body (corporate or not) established for one of the charitable purposes specified by statute (See charitable trust). A charity is subject to the control of the High Court in the exercise [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH and Charities.



Charity Commissioners

Definition of Charity Commissioners In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Charity Commissioners : A statutory body, now governed by the Charities Act 1993, generally responsible for the administration of charities. The Commissioners are responsible for [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, Charities, and Short Read.



Charles Beresford

History of the Admiral 1st Lord Beresford (1846-1919), earlier Admiral Lord Charles Beresford. The following commentary about Admiral 1st Lord Beresford (1846-1919), earlier Admiral Lord Charles Beresford. in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Commander of the [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, History, and Short Read.



Charles Monro

History of the General Sir Charles Monro (1860-1929) The following commentary about General Sir Charles Monro (1860-1929) in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Commanded Allied forces at the Dardanelles and on the Gallipoli Peninsula during the First World War, [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: CH, History, and Short Read.



Charles Trevelyan

Sir Charles Trevelyan History Politician first elected as a Liberal, he joined the Labour Party after the First World War, serving as President of the Board of Education between 1929-1931, when he resigned. He was briefly expelled from the Labour Party in 1939 for supporting a 'Popular [...]

Categories: C and su1. Tags: Biographies, British History, CH, and Short Read.