GLOSARY OF LAW
Appel: a formal request for a court of law or similar authority to change it is decision.
Averturn: to say officially that something such as a decision or law is wrong and change it.Battery: the crime or tort of intentionally or recklessly causing offensive physical contact or bodily harm (as by striking or by administering a poison or drug) that is not consented to by thevictim compare assault.
Bind: to limit what someone is allowed to do by making them obey a rule or agreement.
Binding: imposing a legal obligation.
Burglary: the act of breaking and entering aninhabited structure (as a house) esp. at night with intent to commit a felony (as murder or larceny).
Case: a legal matter that will be decided in a court.
Condition: an uncertain future act or event whoseoccurrence or nonoccurrence determines the right or obligations of a party under a legal instrument and esp. a contract. Something that must be true or be done before another thing can happen,especially as part of an agreement, law, or contract.
Consideration: careful thought before making a decision or judgment about something.
Contract: an agreement between two or more parties that createsin each party a duty to do or not do something and right to performance of the others duty or a remedy for the breach of the other’s duty also.
Conviction: is the verdict that results when a court oflaw finds a defendant guilty of a crime.
Deception: an act of deceiving: something that deceives, deceit .
Defamation: communication to third parties of false statements about a person that injurethe reputation of or deter others from associating with that person see also libel.
Defamed: Medieval Latin defamare, alteration of Latin diffamare to spread news of, defame, from dis, prefix markingdispersal or removal fama reputation, to make the subject of defamation.
Defendant: the party against whom a criminal or civil action is brought.
Deport: to send (an alien) out of a country by...
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