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601- Lesson 14
601 Lesson 14- Legal Lexicon
Terms in this set (15)
(verb) To hear and settle a case by legal procedure.
(adjective) Having the ability to hear appeals and reverse court decisions.
(noun) A conspiracy.
(noun) A testimony, especially a written statement by a witness that is given under oath.
(noun) Something that is just, impartial and fair or the value of investment in property.
(verb) To dig up out of the Earth.
(adjective) Lacking the ability or right to communicate with others.
(noun) Someone who has left no will.
(adjective) Having died without a will.
(adjective) Having value by nature of the fact itself.
(noun) the right to take and hold or sell the property of a debtor as security or payment for a debt.
(noun) The legal action of process.
(noun) The deliberate act of misleading, lying or withholding information from a testimony in court.
(noun) A petty, unscrupulous lawyer; a con artist.
(noun) Any wrongful act involving a breach of contract for which a civil suit can be brought.
(noun) A seat or court of justice.
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