CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 25 of 67)

Ex Parte Proceeding

Situations which prove that crime is less harmful than it could have been.

Ex parte

A task carried on for one party, without notifying the other party.


Declarations by any of the parties in civil or criminal case to appeal against the judge’s order.

Exclusionary Rule

The rule stating that no illegal proof can be presented in a trial.


To carry out.


A representative who manages the property as per his name mentioned in will.

Exempt property

All the property of a debtor which is not attachable under the bankruptcy code or the state statute.


A document provided as a proof during trial or hearing.


Removal of a charge, responsibility or duty.


The process which destroys the criminal records of a person.


A criminal of one state surrendering to another.

Fair Market Value

The value for which a buyer will buy the good from the seller.

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