CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 6 of 67)


(See respondent) The party against whom an appeal is taken.


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Aqua currit et debet currere, ut currere solebat

What happens, will happen.


Any hearing given by impartial third parties to the case, and their awards have to be given by the concerned parties.


A private, disinterested person who hears the appeal from both parties, who chose him and he has to make a decision on the basis of proof.


The court calls upon the accused in criminal cases to plead anything against the complaint, whether guilty, not guilty ‘nolo contendere’. (See preliminary hearing. )


To take into custody by legal authority.


Threat given by a person, mentally or by physical force, which brings up fear in victim.


The transfer to another person of any property, real or personal.

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