Invalidation – the term is used mostly in Contracts & Obligations Law and it means: To make null – an agreement, for example.
Inure – it means to take effect, to result; to come into operation. Also could mean “to transfer a legal right to (somebody)”.
Intrinsically dangerous – in the sphere of the Commercial Law, this term refers to goods or items that are dangerous to users/consumers on the base of their own specifications.
Intimidation – Used in Criminal Law, this legal term describes the illegal act of treating someone in order to push them to do something so you can gain benefit for yourself.
Inter vivos – From Latin: the term means: From one living person to another living person and usually in the Contract Law refers to transferring a legal right or an obligation.
Interstate succession – within the sphere of the Inheritance Law, this term refers to a situation where a decedent has passed away without executing a valid personal will, and so there will be a pot of inheritance by statute to…
Intestate – the term describes a person dying without leaving a personal will, where following the provisions of the Inheritance Law in many clauses, the clauses of the local Inheritance Act or Code will apply (and the situation will be…
Intestacy Law – in most jurisdictions this term gives the name of the area of Inheritance law which governs namely who should be entitled to receive the table of inheritance of a deceased person, under the rules of inheritance, as…
Interrogatories – usually this term is used in Civil Law to detail the questions asked from one side towards the other during a civil lawsuit in court room.
Interrogatory – in the area of Court Trials, usually this term refers to a question forwarded by the court to a jury when the court asks for a general verdict and wants to know the bases of the decision.