Hypothetical tenant – in the area of the Real Estate Law, the term refers to the figure of a function person used for assessing property taxes, on the base of what the person would pay to rent the real estate,…

Hypothetical inquiry – this term is used in Civil Law to detail a question forwarded by one of the parties or by the court towards an expert witness participating in court trial, asking for the written opinion of the expert.

Hypothetical performance deadline – in property investments, this term refers to the expected date of completion of the real estate project by the developer, so the investor could have a key-guide when exactly the last installment should be paid towards…

Hypothetical creditor – in the sphere of Business Law in most jurisdictions, this term refers to the legal figure of a creditor who has a source of authority for the trustee to perform more legal actions than just avoid transactions.

Hypothecation – this is a term of the Civil Law, detailing an act of giving to the bank the assets of a debtor, who has previously obtained a bank loan, in order to be taken to public auction for repayment…

Hypothecate – the term refers to a situation where to establish a burden on a real estate as a security for a loan, where the property is still in possession of the debtor. Registration of the legal burden, for example,…

Hypothecary action – this legal term details the procedure performed before local bailiff (enforcement agent) in order to establish burden on a mortgaged property. See also http://www.wordnik.com/words/hypothecary

Hypotheca – From Latin: in Real Estate Law the term details a mortgage established on the debtor’s assets with the legal role to secure the rights of the creditor until full repayment, where the debtor still have the possession of…

Hyperinflation – in Commercial Law the term refers to a situation where the prices of goods and items for daily usage, increase extremely without control by the State authorities.

Hybrid crimes –within the area of the Criminal Law the term describes these crimes that can be prosecuted as a summary before the local Criminal Court.