CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 39 of 67)


The unlawful killing of a person with an intention to do so. Murder in the first degree includes such murder recognized by premeditation. Murder in the second degree is when it is sudden murder caused by sudden intention to kill or hurt without caring it would kill or not.

Mutual Assent

An agreement between two people.

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

An agency of law responsible to consider and redress grievances and complaints of labourers.


Process which makes a person eligible by birth to be citizen of a country.


Fail to care to the extent which a normal reasonable person would have taken in such situations.


The process sending and considering proposals till it is accepted by both parties.

Next Friend

Any person acting as a guardian for the benefit of a minor, incompetent person or lunatic without any formal appointment.

No Bill

This written document is given when the jury feels that the proof was not enough to prove any point.

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