CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 51 of 67)


A chance for the plaintiff to limit his response to proofs given by the defendant at the time of rebuttal.


To retransfer the case to the original court where it was heard initially.


Legal action which enforces a right and prevents its violation lest should be compensated.


Reducing the amount of compensation by a judge from as decided by the jury.


The transfer of a state case to federal court in civil matters as parties belong to different states. Th case may also be transferred when a fair trial would not be conducted in state court in criminal and some civil cases.

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Volumes replacing books into pocket books when they get too bulky.


Recovering the property initially snatched.


The response to the plaintiff’s charges.


Books containing court decisions.

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Written statements of facts sent to an adverse party for his permission or denial.

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