CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 18 of 67)


A document transferring the name on property to another person/s.


A judgement of guilt against a criminal defendant.

Corroborating Evidence

An evidence which supports to confirm the first evidence.




A claim agsinst the complainant made by the defendant in a civil court.

Court Costs

Expenses of proceedings in the court apart from the fees of lawyer. This amount may be recovered from losing party as reimbursement and not taken from the winning party.

Court Reporter

A person taking minutes of the trial and proceedings in the court.

Court Rules

Rules to govern the working of court.

Court of Original Jurisdiction

The court where the case gets started to be tried initially.

Court-appointed Attorney

A lawyer given by the court to defend the case, generally in criminal cases and defendant does not have to pay the lawyer.


The place where justice is given to the victims

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