CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 53 of 67)

Reversible Error

A procedural error made while a trial which may reverse or contrast the judgement of lower court.

Revocable Trust

A revocable trust by the giver of property.


To consider a legal document void.

Right of Way

The right of a person to give away someone’s land to other person.

Robbery Felonious

Snatching away someone’s property without his consent by threatening.

Robinson-Patman Act

This act is amended version of Clayton Act dealing with price discrimination.

Rules of Evidence

Standards stating the admissibility of evidences in civil or criminal case.


Certain standards to be followed established by authority.


To bind and authorize the document using a seal.

Search Warrant

A written order issued by the court to allow an officer search a particular area for some particular evidence.

Secondary Authority

Legal encyclopaedias, treatises, legal texts, law review articles, and citators. Writings which opine the writer of law.

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