CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 37 of 67)


Both parties bring their case to a neutral third party to solve it and bring about an agreement between them.


An informal note presented in court of which any party wants a written proof.


In writing.


The absorbing of one thing in other.


A person who is not competent legally.

Minute Book

A book containing all the minutes of case and hearing and trial written by a bailiff.


Memorandum of a hearing in court.

Miranda Warning

Before a police officer interrogates a suspect, it is required that he is informed of his constitutional rights.


A criminal offense which is punished only by fine as it is lesser than a felony.


A lawful act done waiverdly by a person.


A trial undertaken in invalid manner due to basic fault. In such cases, the trial has to be conducted again starting from selecting the jury.

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