Halfway house – in many jurisdictions this term refers to the body of a governmental institution which role is to provide temporary residence to assist ex-prisoners who need re-adapting to the social life.

Half blood relation – in many jurisdictions this term has been used in the Family Law where refers to the legal relationship between two individuals who have only one parent in common.

Hague Rules – the term refers to these international legal rules, introduced in 1921 to define the legal rights and obligations of a carrier in Maritime Law. They include also the Hague-Visby Rules for carriage of goods. The Hague Rules…

Haeres legitimus – this is a term from Latin, which is used mostly in the area of Inheritance Law, where refers to the figure of a “lawful heir” who receives the total table of inheritance as a sole heir, also…

Haeres factus – From Latin: Within the Inheritance law in many countries, this legal term refers to the legal figure of a heir appointed by personal will, left by the decedent testator. The opposite situation is of a haeres natus…