Illegal action – this term refers to illegal act which represents a violation of laws or a concrete statute. It does not necessary mean a criminal act. For example, an illegal adoption is an adoption done in violation of the…
Ignoratio Elenchi – From Latin: the term means “ignorance of the conclusion to be proved” and details the misunderstanding of opposite position.
Ignorantia juris non excusat – From Latin: the term refers to ignorance of the Law is no excuse. See also http://bg.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignorantia_legis_neminem_excusat
Ignorantia Facti Excusat – From Latin: the term describes ignorance of a fact is an excuse.
IFP affidavit – the term refers to an affidavit issued by an indigent person, and seeking for public help or services.
Idiochira – within the area of the Inheritance Law, this term details a personal written will that has been written (not typed) personally by the testator.
Identity stealing – this is stealing of personal information in order to use it for illegal purposes, usually to rob money or properties. In some countries this is very common offence always followed by credit card accounts theft, or real…
Identity license – this term describes is a personal document for identification of a concrete private individual, which document is established as such in the local legislation within the concrete country, being standard one and issued by the Government. For…
Identified child adoption – in Family Law in many countries, this legal term refers to an adoption procedure, where the birth mother knows details of the family which is adopting her abandoned child.
Identification of Goods and Services – the term refers to the statement of the goods and services included in an application for registration, towards the local Patent Office.