CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 22 of 67)


Process of winding up.


Process of remove the involvement of a minor or juvenile from all criminal cases with an assurance that he undergoes some rehabilitation to make good the damages caused

Diversity of Citizenship

The proceeding in which federal courts supervise the case as both parties are citizens of different states.

Docket Control

The process of handling deadlines and court dates for all matters.


A list of all pleadings filed in a case or more broadly list of cases to be tried in a court in certain period.


The place from where a person wishes to go to his permanent residence.

Double Jeopardy

A person when tried twice for the same crime. This is prohibited in fifth amendment to the United States Constitution.

Due Process of Law

This is a law which ensures persons of their rights to file a suit, send notice, have lawyers, get witnesses and get a fast trial for an urgent case.

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