Flashcards in Legal Terms- E Deck (37):
A liberty, privilege, or advantage without profit, in the lands of another.
Act or right of going out or leaving; emergence.
Of the same kind, class or nature. A rule used in the construction of language in a legal document.
To steal; to appropriate fraudulently to one's own use property entrusted to one's care.
Unlawful attempt to influence jurors, etc. but not by offering value.
The right of a state to take private property for public use.
To make a law.
Act of writing one's own name on the back of a note, bill, or similar written instrument.
To require a person by writ of injunction from a court of equity, to perform or to abstain or desist from some act.
The whole; that which the law considers as one whole, and not capable of being divided into parts.
Inducing one to commit a crime so as to arrest him.
Mentioned specifically; designated.
To operate or take effect.
In its broadest sense, this term denotes the spirit and the habit of fairness, justness, and right dealing which regulate the conduct of men.
A mistake of law, or the false or irregular application of law as will nullify the judicial proceedings.
A deed, bond or other written engagement, delivered to a third person, to be delivered by him only upon the performance or fulfillment of some condition.
The interest which any one has in lands, or in any other subject of property.
To stop, bar, or impede.
A rule of law which prevents a man from alleging or denying a fact, because of his own previous act.
ET AL. (alii)
ET SEQ. (sequential)
And the following.
ET UX (uxor)
Testimony, writings, material objects or other things presented to the senses that are offered to prove the existence or nonexistence of a fact.
Means from which inferences may be drawn as a basis of proof in duly constituted judicial or fact finding tribunals, and includes testimony in the form of opinion and hearsay.
In law, rights and causes of action are divided into two classes, those arising ex contract (from a contract) and those arising ex delicto (from a delict or tort)
From office; by virtue of the office.
One one side only; by or for one.
EX POST FACTO
After the fact.
EX POST FACTO LAW
A law passed after an act was done which retroactively makes such an act a crime.
EX REL. (relations)
Upon relation or information.
An objection upon a matter of law to a decision made, either before or after judgement by a court.
See EXECUTRIX (female)
A person who has been appointed by will to execute the will.
That which is yet to be executed or performed.
To release from some liability to which others are subject.
The removal of a burden, charge or duty.