Haeredes proximi – From Latin: used mostly in the sphere of the Inheritance Law, in most jurisdictions this term refers to the next direct heirs of the decedent person – the children or the survived spouse, for example.

Haeredem Deus facit, non homo – From Latin: this is a legal term used within the Inheritance Law in many legal systems, meaning: “God makes an heir, not man”. It is related to another Latin term – “haeredes proximi”, which…

Hadley vs. Baxendale Rule – this is a Common Law term detailing that the injured party during a Tort case, has the legal right to claim in court compensation for damages & losses which could be considered as arising naturally,…

Hacktivism activity – this is definition of the activity of illegal approaching into a secured computer system in order to gain some non-public information, or to attach some specific information to the system to be visible to the public.

Habitual living place – this is a legal term used within the sphere of Family Law in most jurisdictions, detailing a place where a kid lives – usually a house settled in a home for raising the child.

Habitual criminal – this is legal definition of the figure of a person who is convicted and sentenced for crimes over a certain period of time; who has a criminal file and even after serving sentences of incarceration, such as…

Habit proof – this legal term details a type of proof that proves how a party would act or not act in a particular case and to particular circumstance, subject of the legal dispute.

Habili modo – From Latin: this is legal term which is used in the Civil Law in many countries to detail that a concrete proof, presented by one of the participating parties in the trial, may be accepted in the…

Habere facias seisinam – From Latin: within the Litigation process in many legal systems this legal term is used to detail a writ on the base of which, in cases where the recovered person has received more compensation than they…