Temporary custody – within the area of Family Law, this term details a legal custody, created via witnessed authorization, in which the parents entitle a person to provide care and supervision of a child. Usually, the provisional custody lasts only…
Temper – this verb literally means to regulate, to reduce (a punishment, for example).
Teller-vote – in some legal systems this term refers to the non-anonymous voting by the members of the Parliament. . In other words, this is the opposite of secret voting. Such voting is expression of the moral liability which every…
Teeming and lading – an accountancy procedure for hiding loss of cash via redirecting cash from another source to replace the missing.
Technology and Construction Court – this is a UK spеcialist court, which deals mostly with technology and building cases. See http://www.justice.gov.uk/guidance/courts-and-tribunals/courts/technology-and-construction-court/index.htm
Taxation of costs – this is the check by the Court of the lawyer’s bill to ensure the legal fee paid is fair and reasonable.
Taxable supply – this term refers to goods and services that under the provisions of the Tax Law have to be charged with taxes (usually VAT tax).
Taxable quota – part of the assets that could be a subject of taxation.
Taxable person – Per the provisions of the Tax Law this is person who owns assets and is obliged towards the municipality or the government to pay taxes for these assets. Such taxes could be annual property tax, garbage disposal…
Tax purchaser – this legal term refers to the figure of a buyer on public auction of assets for unpaid taxes by the debtor. Tax purchasers bid on the auction and the one who placed the biggest bid wins.