Hacktivism activity – this is definition of the activity of illegal approaching into a secured computer system in order to gain some non-public information, or to attach some specific information to the system to be visible to the public.

Habitual living place – this is a legal term used within the sphere of Family Law in most jurisdictions, detailing a place where a kid lives – usually a house settled in a home for raising the child.

Habitual criminal – this is legal definition of the figure of a person who is convicted and sentenced for crimes over a certain period of time; who has a criminal file and even after serving sentences of incarceration, such as…

Habit proof – this legal term details a type of proof that proves how a party would act or not act in a particular case and to particular circumstance, subject of the legal dispute.

Habili modo – From Latin: this is legal term which is used in the Civil Law in many countries to detail that a concrete proof, presented by one of the participating parties in the trial, may be accepted in the…

Habere facias seisinam – From Latin: within the Litigation process in many legal systems this legal term is used to detail a writ on the base of which, in cases where the recovered person has received more compensation than they…

Habendum condition – this legal term comes from Latin and is used mostly to detail a particular clause – a part of an conveyance document (like personal will or deed) that defines the extent of the interest, granted or conveyed…

Gynecocracy – in the area of Parliamentary Law, the term refers to a government ruled by a woman  who is acting in the capacity of prime minister (for example, Germany in 2012). For the countries with presidential management, there will…

Gun possession legislation – the term refers to this part of the local State legislation which controls and regulates the registration, possession and usage of fire weapons. In the local police departments in most countries there is a special Register…