CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 2 of 67)


Case Court of justice solving a dispute or a controversy.

Actiones legis

Law suits.

Ad ea quae frequentius acciduunt jura adaptantur

The laws are pre-defined to repetitively occurring cases.

Ad hoc

For this purpose.

Ad infinitum

Forever, without limit, to infinity.


An increase brought by a judge in amount of compensation decided by the jury.

Adjective Law

This la is also known as procedural law. It is a body of law which is responsible to govern rights under substantive law.


Judgement being given.

Administrative Agencies

Any agency managing laws related to taxes, transportation and labour which is formed by legislative branch of government.


A court official who administers the estate of a person who dies without a will.

Admiralty Law

This is also known as maritime law which is body of law governing matters of shipping, marine commerce and navigation, transportation of persons or property by sea.

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