CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 31 of 67)


A written statement accepting a person criminal by the jury.


The defendant who cannot afford a lawyer can request to the court for a lawyer at public expense.


A document applied by the plaintiff’s lawyer to conduct a trial against defendant and writing in it the charges to be applied on him.


Such violations of law which cannot be punished by imprisoning.

Inheritance Tax

Tax paid by the heir on receiving a property from will of a deceased person.

Initial Appearance

Defendant appears before court to find the reasonable cause of his arrest.


A prohibitive order given to the defendant to do something threatening to the plaintiff.


When the debt increases the property of the debtor.


The judge explains to the jury certain laws applicable to the case before beginning the hearing.

Intangible Assets

Such nonphysical items which have value and is used in estate planning.

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