Extraordinary writ – the term refers to an order by the higher (appellate) court to make available the remedies that are not within the capacity of the lower courts.
Extraordinary resolution – within the Corporate Law, the term refers to a resolution for acceptance, given to the shareholders of a concrete company at Minutes of Meeting.
Extraordinary rendition – the term refers to the actual transfer of a convicted person for terrorism from one country towards another. In the immigration Law it has also an alternative meaning – of illegal transfer of a person from one…
Extraordinary average – this is a term of the Maritime Law, where detailing contribution by all the parties concerned in a commercial trip in relation to losses occurred for some of the parties in interest for the benefit of all.
Extraneous Offense – in the meaning, given by the Criminal Law, the term refers to an offense instead the offense for which a convicted is on a court trial.
Extraneous factor – the term details a factor not of primary interest – i.e. not very important fact for a concrete lawsuit.
Extramarital – in the area of Family Law, the term details a legal relation between a married person and another person but not being their spouse.
Extra lateral right – in Real Estate Law in some jurisdictions, this is a right of a person exploring assets on public land, to claim these assets even if these extend the boundaries of the plot.
Extrajudicial – the term refers to a legal action done out-of-court. See also http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/extrajudicial .
Extrajudicial statement – the term refers to written or oral utterance which has been made outside court room.