CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 21 of 67)


A book in alphabetical order with law headings above it which includes index or compilation of abstracts of reported cases into one.

Direct Evidence

Evidence provided by eye-witness or one who has heard.

Direct Examination

Interrogation of witnesses by the party who has presented them.

Directed Verdict

In a case where the complainant does not provide evidences on his fact, the trial judge may announce decision without considering the jury.


Such discipline of a lawyer which may suspend his right to practice law.


The debts of debtor being done away by court under bankruptcy code.


To refuse a gift allotted through a will.


The devices which may be used to know the facts and truth in the case.


The termination of the case.

Dissent To Disagree

An appellate court giving decision which is contrary to the decision of majority of the jury members.

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