Extinguishment of rent – the term details the destruction of a tenant’s liability for rent towards the landlord.
Extinguishment of easement – the term refers to the cancellation of an easement by abandonment of use, for example.
Extinguishment of common – the term refers to the cancellation of the legal right of common from any cause.
Extinguishment – it means: ending, termination, destruction or cessation of a legal right or an interest.
Externally displaced person – In the area of Immigration Law, the term refers to the legal figure of someone who is temporary abroad, but is expected to return in the country of origin eventually.
External solicitor – the term refers to the legal figure of a licensed practicing bona fide lawyer who is consulting a local corporate body on the base of a consulting contract only, but is still acting independently from the company…
External equity – the term details the situation where a company’s pay rates are at least equal to market rates.
External debt – the term refers to a debt of a country that is to be paid by the government to foreign creditors.
Extenuation – used in Criminal Trials, the term refers to the punishment for certain crime. See also http://www.thefreedictionary.com/extenuation .
Extenuating circumstances – the term details these circumstances that reduce a party’s responsibility or guilt and will reduce the damages awarded by the court or, in criminal cases, the charge.