CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 50 of 67)

Rebut Evidence

Disaprove the evidence given initially by giving reliable evidence now.


An acknowledgement by a person before court that he will do something what the law requires him to do.


All the documents related to case along with proofs and transcripts of oral proceedings.


The process which disqualifies a judge from hearing either due to objection by any of the parties or due to his own motion.


To compensate for the loss by removing such causes which caused loss.


The court sometimes asks a person to hear the judgements, look at evidences and report back to the court of pending cases in court.

Registered Mark

When a trademark is written ‘Registered in the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office’ or the letter ‘R’ enclosed within a circle, it is registered trademark.


Repeated hearing of the same case which was initially heard in the same court

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