Justifiability – this term refers to the legal frames, stipulated in the Process Codes, within which the court can exercise its legal authority.
Justices secretary – this term describes the legal figure of is an employer of the court, hired by the Chairman of the court to administer the work at the court.
Justices – this term refers to the legal figure of the judges that administer court cases and executes justice.
Justice ejectment – this term means removing of a tenant from the land on the base of a court order.
Justice – a moral rightness and fairness. A state of affairs in which conduct or action is both fair and right, given the circumstances. In law, it more specifically refers to the paramount obligation to ensure that all persons are…
Jus tertii – from Lain: the term refers to the legal rights of a third party.
Just compensation – in Civil Law, this term refers to the amount of money, equal to the value of the asset previously taken. On the base of the just compensation detailed in the claim at the moment of entering the…
Just cause – this is the cause with strong legal bases for entering a claim at the local Bulgarian court, for example. In litigation procedures, the just cause is the cancelled contract and the notary invitation for refund.
Jus spatiandi et manendi – this legal phrase comes from Latin. It finds application in the Real Estate Law, where refers to legal right of trespassing or usage, given to the citizens, but only for physical recovery or learning. Examples…
Jus sanguinis – from Latin: the right of blood.