Committee – this is a term of Parliamentary law in most jurisdictions, that refers to a body of one or more persons appointed by a larger assembly or society, to consider, investigate and/or take action on certain specific legal matters. A…

Committal – within the Common Law system, the term is used to detail the procedure of directing a lawsuit to the Crown Court to be dealt with.

Commissioner of Oaths – within the Common Law System, this term refers to the legal figure of a solicitor authorised by the Lord Chancellor to administer oaths and affirmations to a statement of evidence.

Commission of inquiry – the term refers to a organizational form of a commission, resorted to by the local government to exhaustively investigate a matter of national matter. This legal body can be contrasted with a council, the latter not…

Commission– the term defines a group of experts gathered together on a regular or ad hoc basis to discuss legal matters within, and with regulatory or quasi-judicial powers such as the ability to license activity in the sphere of activity…

Commercial Register – in most jurisdictions this is a synonym of the Companies House, and usually represents a public register which keeps files of each registered corporate body, together with information about its shareholders, management address, names of directors/managers, type…

Commercial law – In most jurisdictions this is part of the Civil Law, including establishing of local corporate bodies, their management, the court disputes between local corporate bodies and commercial litigation.

Collusion – the term refers to a secret agreement, concluded between two or more persons, who seem to have conflicting interests, to abuse the law or the legal system, deceive a court or to harm third party. For example, if…