CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 42 of 67)

Oral Argument

Presenting case to a higher court to introduce the case to the court, by speaking, where only limited time to present the case is given.


Any command given by court in writing.


Any regulation decided by authoritative agency as a municipal law of a city council, with matters concerning to zoning, building, safety, matters of municipality, etc.


Judge not sustaining the argument put by attorney of other party.

Paperbound Supplement

A ordinary supplement along a book/s to update the serve.


A legal assistant who works under a lawyer to get training.


Mercy granted by court to lessen the punishment given and give back the rights and comforts which were taken away due to the act done.

Parol Evidence

Any evidence given by word of mouth and not in written.


Release of a prisoner from jail under certain conditions and supervision which means terminating his statement.

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