Imminent danger – an immediate threat of harm, that differs depending on the meaning in which it is used.
Immigrant – for example this is the figure of a local citizen, who settles temporary or permanently into another country, in the usual case in a country more developed with higher standard of life due to economic, political, racist or…
Immemorial using – such a usage that existed for a long time and beyond memories so it is so common and met.
Immediate notice clause – this is a term in the Insurance Law, where the insured person has to notify straight away the insurance company about the event which has occurred and is covered in the policy.
Immediate relatives – a term which refers to a person’s parents, spouse, children, and siblings and will also include the parent’s spouse.
Immediate death – the term refers to a death occurring shortly after injury or seizure. But this is not an instantaneous death which usually occurs straight away in very short terms.
Immediate cause – the final act in series of activities that lead to the presence of a particular result or event.
Immaterial facts and circumstances – this legal term is used mostly in Court Trials where details these facts and matters which are irrelevant for the court case.
Immaterial evidence – this legal term is used mostly in Court Trials where details a proof which has no relation with the court case or any issue in the case.
Immaterial averment – the term describes a statement of unnecessary particulars in connection with and as descriptive of what is material.