Abatable nuisance – this legal term finds application in the Real Estate Law in some countries. There it refers to the abatable nuisance, which represents a removable interference with the right to use concrete real estate. This nuisance is not…

Ab assuestis non fit injuria – this term comes from Latin. Literally, it means “from accustomed things an injury is not done”. In the legal practice, it refers to a rule providing that an injury could not be considered as…

Ab agendo – this term comes from Latin. It describes the non-ability of a person to perform a concrete legal activity, because of some legal reason. Such reason usually is underage, or mental illness, physical incapability, etc. Therefore even if…

Ab absurdo – – this term comes from Latin. It details a presumption which leads to absurdity. In practice, this is an unreal argument which cannot be accepted as a logical instrument for supporting a legal opinion or opinion. For…

Antecedent certificate – in practice, this legal term usually finds application in the sphere of Criminal Law, where it refers to official certificate, issued with temporary validity by local courts, stating the life history and any previous convictions of defendant…

Award – in the sphere of Arbitration procedures, the award is the actual result of an arbitration hearing, or the result of the financial number of damages, which is given by the Arbitration Court. This is the pursued result by…

Avulsion – in the area of Property Law, this term refers to Real estate accretion that occurs by the erosion or addition of one’s land by the sudden and unexpected change in a river stream such as a flash flood.…

Avowal – the term means: “a public statement”. Such statements or declarations are usually made by public officials – mayors, governmental chiefs, presidents, ministers, etc. Statements usually only serve the role to provide actual and official information towards citizens. And…

A vinculo matrimonii – this term comes from Latin and literally means “from the bond of matrimony”. Nowadays in the sphere of Family Law, it is used to refer to a divorce, which is absolutely ended. So as a result…