CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Legal-Aptitude Legal Terms Revision (Page 8 of 67)


Money or any other security (such as a bail bond) given to the court to release the person temporarily from jail and assure presence in the court of law.


A court officer who is responsible to maintain the dignity of the court room and who has the custody of the jury.

Bankruptcy Judge

The judge who judges if the debtor be relived of his debts or not.

Bankruptcy Law

The federal law concerned with handling of bankrupt persons or businesses.


This word refers to such proceedings of court where a person, the debtor is unable to pay his debts and takes help of the court to pay them, either by paying part of them to the creditos.

Bar 1.

Historically it means the partition done to separate the space between judges, lawyer and the general public in the court room. 2. In other terms, body of lawyers is termed as bar.

Bar Examination

A state examination conducted by prospective lawyers to give other lawyers authorization to practice.

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