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In Action

Concept of In Action Traditional meaning of in action [1] in the English common law history: Recoverable by action; not in possession. In bank, banc: a full court; all the judges; Full Bench, q.v. In blank: an indorsement simply of the indorser's name, without restricting it to any indorsee, [...]

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In Camera

In camera in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In camera from the University of Kent: 'In the chamber' - In private. A court hearing must usually be public but the public may be barred from court or the hearing may continue in the judge's private room in certain circumstances; for example, [...]

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In Curia

In curia in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In curia from the University of Kent: 'In open court' Resources See Also Legal Latin Maxims Legal Latin Quotes Legal Latin Dictionary

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In Limine

In limine in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In limine from the University of Kent: 'Preliminary' - Used, for example, to describe an objection Resources See Also Legal Latin Maxims Legal Latin Quotes Legal Latin Dictionary

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In Loco Parentis

In loco parentis in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In loco parentis from the University of Kent: 'In place of a parent' - used loosely to describe anyone looking after children on behalf of the parents, e.g. foster parents or relatives. In law, however, only a guardian or a person in [...]

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In Personam

In personam in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In personam from the University of Kent: 'Against the person' - Describing a court action or a claim made against a specific person or a right affecting a particular person or group of people (compare in rem). The maxim of equity?equity acts [...]

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In Re

In re in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In re from the University of Kent: 'In the matter of' - A phrase used in the headings of law reports, together with the name of the person or thing that the case is about (for example, cases in which wills are being interpreted). It is often [...]

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In Rem

In rem in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In rem from the University of Kent: 'Against the thing' 1 Describing a right that should be respected by other people generally, such as ownership of property, as distinct from a right in personam. 2 Describing a court action that is directed [...]

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In Situ

In situ in Legal Latin Meaning of the latin term In situ from the University of Kent: 'In the original place' Resources See Also Legal Latin Maxims Legal Latin Quotes Legal Latin Dictionary

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Incest

Incest and Medieval Law Incest and Legal History Resources See Also Defamation (in this legal Encyclopedia) Peasant (in this legal Encyclopedia) Usurpation (in this legal Encyclopedia) Medieval Roman Law (in this legal Encyclopedia) Bibliographies of English Law History Maxwell, [...]

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Inchoate Offences

Attempt: Mens rea Michael J. Allen (Textbook on Criminal Law, Twelfth Edition, 2014) says: Following the discussion of Khan[1990] 2 All ER 783 and Attorney-General’s Reference (No. 3 of 1992) [1994] 2 All ER 121 the Court of Appeal has given further consideration to this issue in Pace [...]

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Income Tax

Introduction to Income Tax Great Britain was the first country -in accordance to Bamber Gascoigne´ Encyclopedia of Britain about the entry income tax- to introduce income tax. In 1799 William Pitt, needing funds for the war against France, levied 10% per annum on incomes over £200, with a [...]

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Incomes and Poverty

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

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Inconsiderate Driving

Definition of Careless And Inconsiderate Driving In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Careless And Inconsiderate Driving : The offence of driving a motor vehicle on a road or other public place without due care and attention or without reasonable [...]

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Incumbrance

Definition of Incumbrance In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Incumbrance : (encumbrance, incumbrance) n. A right or interest in land owned by someone other than the owner of the land itself; examples include easements, leases, mortgages, and restrictive [...]

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Indecent

Meaning of Indecent The following is an old definition of Indecent [1]: Whatever shocks the sense of decency in people generally. At common la-w, indictable as a misdemeanor. Examples; Exposure of the person in public, exhibiting pictures of nude persons. What are acts of indecency is [...]

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Indexes

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Indexes and Medieval Law Indexes and Legal History Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Bibliographies of English Law History Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. [...]

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Indexes of Cases

Calendars, Registers and Indexes of Cases Indexes of Cases and Medieval Law Indexes of Cases and Legal History Bibliographies of English Law History Maxwell, William H. A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Volume 1: English Law to 1800. London: Sweet and Maxwell, [...]

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Indexes of Statutes

Abridgments, Digests and Indexes of Statutes (Source: the University of South Caroline Gould School of Law) Abridgments of the statutes probably originated in the fifteenth century according to Cowley's Bibliography of Abridgments, which gives a good summary of these early abridgments and [...]

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