Immigration Law – the term gives the name of concrete area of the Law which deals with the procedures for residing in Bulgaria and for receiving visa, for applying and receiving citizenship, etc.

Illusory trust – in Trust Law, the term refers to an arrangement that gives the outward impression of being a trust, but is not in fact because of powers retained in the settlor.

Illusory contract – within the area of Contracts & Obligations Law, the term refers to a concluded agreement between two parties in which the consideration for the agreement is illusionary – one of the parties given promise realizes that there…

Illicit trafficking – the term details illegal trading, selling or dealing of specified goods – in many countries, usually these with high excise taxes, like tobacco, alcohol or fuel.

Illicit Cohabitation – within the sphere of the Criminal Law this term refers to very rarely offense (most countries do not convict it), committed by an unmarried man and woman who live together as husband and wife and engage in…

Illegitimacy – in the meaning of the Family Law in many jurisdictions, it details a child born by parents who are not married to each other; a child which has been born out of wedlock. Usually an illegitimate child, once…

Illegal punishment – per the meaning of the Criminal Law in many countries, this is a sentence proclaimed after valid conviction, but against the Law, respectively it should be corrected. See also http://www.prisontalk.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-392845.html

Illegal retention – it means to keep illegally something which is not yours. For example, this is a situation where the property owner does not give back the security deposit they are holding, to the tenant, without any reason.