Faciendum – from Lain: the term means: “Something to be done”, i.e. refers to performed legal action.
Facial reconstruction – this term in the Pathology science refers to the method of recovering the structure of scull remains of a dead person.
Face sheet filling – used in Bankruptcy procedures, the term refers to the preparation of a bankruptcy case that has been filled in court without precise details for the list of judgment creditors and information about the debt due to…
Fabricated evidence – used in court trials, this legal term refers to fake, fabricated evidence with the role to mislead the court and the court jury on a concrete lawsuit.
Fabric land – used in the area of Real Estate Law, this legal term details a specific plot of land, transferred by the government towards a church or a monastery, for their needs.