CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 33 of 67)


A presiding officer of the court.

Judgement Debtor

One who has to pay reimbursement due to judgement of court.


Official and authentic decision given by the court as a result of suit filed by victim.

Judicial Lien

A lien obtained by conclusion of case by a court against a debtor.

Judicial Review

Through this, the court can keep an eye and review official actions of all branches of government.


That pillar of the government empowered with judicial power to exercise the law; the court system; the body of judges; then bench.


Attested certificate of person and officer in front of whom the writing is sworn to.


Court’s authority to hear a case and try it.


The study of law and the structure of the legal system.

Jury Administrator

The court officer who decides which jurors will preside as jury members for a particular case.

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