CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 58 of 67)


Created or defined by a law.


A court order giving a break for some period to court proceeding.


An agreement between the parties related to matters incidental to trial.

Strict Liability

This theory states that when a manufacturer sends his product for sale, he implies that the product is ready for use.


Such proof which is improper and such will which is not reliable.

Subject Research

Complete research on all laws of every subject.

Subpoena Duces Tecum

A court order which asks a witness to get few documents to court.


An order stating presence of person at certain time and place to give testimony.

Substantive Criminal Law

Law made with an objective of preventing harm to the society. It is against the basic law of remedy, which enforces punishment.

Substantive Law

The laws which preserves rights of its subjects.

Summary Judgement

A judgement made on the basis of pleadings, affidavits, and evidences and does not conduct a trial as there no dispute of facts and only punishment is to be given.

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