Extrajudicial opinion – the term refers to legal opinion which cannot be considered by the court jury.
Extrajudicial oath – this is an oath, taken out-of-court.
Extrajudicial divorce – In Family Law, this term refers to a divorce done in out-of-court procedure. This procedure, together with the procedure of splitting the assets between spouses before divorce (for example, in separation cases) is not possible in many…
Extrajudicial admission or confession – the term refers to an admissionwhich is not made during police investigation or on a court trial.
Extra expense insurance – in the area of Insurance Law this term refers toan insurance policy which pays for extra expense incurred to run a business.
Extradotal assets – in the meaning, given by the Family Law, the term refers to the assets of the wife who has personal control over these.
Extra contractual obligations – in Insurance Law, the term details damages awarded by the court beyond the agreements in the insurance policy, because of bad faith or bad practice.
Extraditionwarrant – in the meaning given by the Criminal Law, the term describes the arrest and delivery of a fugitive wanted for a crime committed in another country, usually under the terms of a extradition treaty.
Extortionate credit bargains – the term refers to a bargain made between a creditor and debtor on grossly exorbitant payments or that grossly contravene the ordinary principles of fair trading.
Extortion – the term details forcing a person to give up property in a thing through the use of violence, fear or under pretense of authority. Sometimes it is covered under the form of official right – an illegal and corrupt…