If you think we blocked you by mistake, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Be sure to indicate your current IP address that you can get by clicking here. Arrangement – An agreement of opposing lawyers involved in a procedure concerning all cases. Common law marriage – Created by two persons without ceremonial agreement to establish a conjugal relationship, cohabitation and parties who are married to the public. Burglary – While each state defines it differently, it is generally defined as a burglary and an entry into an apartment with the intention of committing a crime. Parol Evidence Rule – If the parties have a written agreement, all prior oral agreements and negotiations or parol evidence merge with the written agreement and should not be used to prove the terms of the agreement, except in the event of mutual error or fraud in the preparation of the written agreement. Option – The right to buy or rent something at agreed terms and prices within a specified time frame. Justice – The court side that hears and decides cases on the basis of unwritten rules of fairness, contrary to common law rules.
Unlike courts that grant monetary policy remedies, investment courts do not provide monetary remedies. Restitution – When a defence lawyer pays money to the victim of a crime to reimburse the victim for a financial loss due to the criminal activity of the accused. Rental by the whole – Common property property by man and woman, and after the death of the other, the other takes possession of the entire property. Unacceptable influence – the abuse of a confidential relationship by a party who exercises excessive control over another person when he or she convinces that person to act or make a transaction. It is usually for the financial benefit of the individual who exercises control.