CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 5 of 67)


Any remarks, notes, case summaries, or commentaries that conclude the law.


A formal, written statement by the defendant for purpose of court of law which answers all the questions of the plaintiff.

Answers to Interrogatories

A formal written statement by the defendant interrogated by any of the plaintiff’s party members. This document has to be prepared in presence of an authorized person.



Antitrust Acts

The state laws helps trade and commerce remain aloof from unlawful restraints, price discriminations, price fixing, and monopolies.

Appeal Bond

A guaranty by the appealing party insuring that court costs will be paid.


A proceeding filed to reconsider the decision of lower court in higher court.


Presenting yourself in the court individually or through your attorney.

Appellate Court

A court where appeals are heard and trials are carried out.

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