Probable Cause

That cause which leads to belief that a crime has been committed.

Probate Court

The court empowered to deal with property management and cases.

Probate Estate

That property which has to be disposed of by a will.


Court proceeding which proves the validity of will, then gathers all assets, take up taxes, and expenses of the court and dispose off as stated in will.


A person who is guilty is not imprisoned but allowed to stay in a community under certain conditions and vigilance of probation officer. Violating probation can lead to imprisonment.

Product Liability

Legal responsibility related to defective goods of manufacturers and sellers to the buyers.


A person to whom a promise is made.


A person who makes a promise.

Promissory Estoppel

A promise as per which the promisee cannot take certain action.

Property Tax

A tax levied on land and buildings (real estate) and on personal property.

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