«Without notice Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/without%20prior%20notice. Accessed December 3, 2020. Absolute: Unconditional; complete; final; without restrictions or conditions. Acceleration: Ensure that default debt matures immediately before the scheduled date. Accident: An unexpected and unforeseen event. It can be a mishap or a happy event. Accommodation: 1. A favor done without consideration of any monetary or other reward. 2. A friendly solution to differences.
Agreement: An agreement between two or more parties to resolve their disputes or claims. Account: Unfinished debt based on transactions that have established a relationship between debtor and creditor. Accounting: A bank statement or record that summarizes all activities related to a particular activity or item. Accredited: Recognized as worthy and recognized. An accredited law school is a school that has been approved by the licensing agencies of the various states. Accumulate: To increase, e.B. to earn interest, which is added to the capital. Confirmed: Verification that a document has been signed voluntarily and intentionally. Known: Knowledge of; familiar with.
Acquire: To buy or take possession of a property. Purchase: Something you bought, gifted or inherited. Acquittal: Find not guilty; to free yourself. Acquittal: A statement that nothing is due. Postponement: To end a meeting at another time. Evaluate: Share; condemn; to make a judgment. Adjustment: Settlement of a claim that often involves setting a compromise amount acceptable to both parties. Administrator: The personal representative of the estate of a deceased person. Also a manager. Adopt: Make your own; approve, for example. B the adoption of a law.
Adult: adults. In most states, you are an «adult» by the age of 18. Prepayment: A payment made before its due date; a payment made prematurely in anticipation of future debt. Unwanted interest: Interest that shifts its own interest in whole or in part. Negative: Negative impact on interests, lines or positions. Tips: For advice; give advice; to cancel. Lawyer: A lawyer; one who provides legal advice and advocates for a client in a legal dispute. Case: One trial; one thing. Also a romantic relationship, usually out of wedlock. Affant: One who makes an affidavit; a deponent. Affiants: One who makes an affidavit; a deponent.
Affidavit: A written statement of facts sworn and signed by a representative before a notary or other authority that has the power to testify to an oath. Affinity: The bonds and relationships between a person and the blood relations of their spouse. (A judge is excluded from a case if he or she is related in any way to one of the litigants or if he or she has an affinity with one of the litigants.) Confirm: To be confirmed or ratified; A court of appeal upholds or refutes a decision of a lower court. Affix: To attach; to sign; to attach his signature. Agent: A person authorized by another person to act on his or her behalf; the one who is entrusted with the management of someone else`s affairs. Aggregate: The total; the total amount; the total amount. Support: Financial assistance to which one is entitled after a separation or divorce from a spouse. The court usually determines the amount of these support payments. Allegation: A party`s claim to a legal dispute, including what they want to prove. Allegedly: Claimed; Encumbered. Assign: Assign; rationing; Assign.
Age: Change, either by increasing or decreasing; A note can be edited. Alternative recipients: People who need to receive a gift because the first choice (primary beneficiary) is dead. Change: To be corrected; change; to correct defects in a document. Amortization: The repayment of a debt in regular instalments. (A mortgage on real estate is amortized over a period of several years through regular payments.) Ancestor: A person from whom one descends; a precursor. (In particular, a parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, etc.) Ancillary administration: A procedure in a place where a deceased person owned property, but which is a different place from where the estate is administered. Annex: Membership; To reach. Annually: annually; occurs once a year. Annuity: An annual payment that is usually made by an insurance company to an insured. The pension can be for a certain number of years or for life. Cancelled: Dissolved or declared invalid.
Cancellation: The act of cancelling something; Make it empty. A marriage annulment is a legal decision that marriage never existed. (Annulment is not divorce.) Anticipation: The right to repay a mortgage before maturity without paying a penalty for such an act. Appeal: Application for review of a judgment or decision of a lower court by a higher court. Appearance: The actual presence of the defendant and plaintiff in a lawsuit in court. (By appearing, the parties to the action fall within the jurisdiction of the court.) Court of Appeal: A court with the power to review the treatment and decision of a case that has been heard by a lower court. Attach: to attach or add. Applicant: Someone who submits a petition or application; a petitioner; a person who asks for a cure for their problem. Valuation: An assessment of the value of the property. By order of a court, such an assessment may be made by one or more deemed, qualified and uninvolved parties. Appropriation: The act of taking control of something, such as taking control of private property for public use.
Approval: The act of consent and sanction. Arbitration: The submission of their disagreement by two parties to the dispute to an impartial arbitrator, generally agreeing that its decision in the dispute is binding and final. Arbitrator: An uninvolved person chosen by the parties to a dispute who will hear the details of the dispute and make a decision on how to resolve the dispute. Argument: A presentation in a legal case that tries to convince people that their claims are correct. Armed Forces: a farce; A group of armed civilians authorized by the community`s official peace officers to help capture criminals and prevent crime. Arrest: The detention of a person by a law enforcement officer. Deprive a person of his or her personal liberty by placing him or her under the jurisdiction of the law. Article: The different provisions of a law, regulation or contractual agreement. (For example, a partnership agreement may contain many of the articles or clauses that make up the overall agreement.) Articles of Association: The document by which a company is formed and organized according to the laws on Crown corporations. (Each state has its own founding laws.) Statutes of the organization: Document submitted to the Secretary of State of a State and used to form a limited liability company. Sometimes referred to as a «certificate of organization» or «certificate of studies,» according to state law. Between the two: The relative position of two people in relation to a third person, where one party has a different relationship from the other in relation to the third person.
As it stands: A term that refers to the fact that the goods are sold in the state in which the seller indicated that they were. . . .