CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 43 of 67)


Any individual, business, or government agency involved in either filing of suit or defending it.

Patent and Trademark Office

The agency of law dealing with issues of patents and registered trademarks.


A grant given to an inventor to keep the rights of manufacturing and selling the product to himself for certain years so that he can earn profit.

Per Se Doctrine

Under this doctrine, the court can consider fixing prices as violation of law, regardless of the reason of doing so.

Peremptory Challenge

Request by any party to remove any juror from jury. It is fine if he mentions no reason for it.


A publication which published at fixed intervals of time.


A crime committed to speak lies after taking oath.

Permanent Injunction

Final order of court requiring some action to be done oe refraining from some action. It is not similar to temporary injunction.

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