Jus relictae – this is the legal that comes from Latin and details a legal right set in the Inheritance Law, entitling a widow to receive part of the personal assets belonged to her decedent husband.
Jus quaesitum tertio – this legal phrase comes from Latin. It literally means “a third party right of action”. In the legal practice, it applies in the Law of Contracts in some legal systems. There it details the rights established…
Jus publicum – From Latin: This term details the amount of all rights applicable for all citizens within a concrete society; the public rights given to them.
Jus necessitates – From Latin: This term details the legal right of a person to do what is expected from him without any warning for a charge.
Jus naturale – From Latin: this legal term means: Natural justice.
Jus incorporale – From Latin: The term describes a legal right that can be seen and handled and arise from intangible property.
Jus – From Latin: word which, in Roman law, meant “a right that is recognized in law”. Also spelt “ius” in some English translations. For example, Public law was called “jus publicum” and private law was called “jus privatum.”
Jury tampering – this term details a situation which represents influencing a jury not with the evidences, but with threats, commenting the pending lawsuit outside court room, etc.
Jury service – within the sphere of Court Trials, this term is used to describe the legal activities performed by the randomly selected jury – basically with the role to assist justice by deciding which position of the parties, constitutes…
Jury in court – the term details randomly selected group of citizens, which number varies in the different countries, who have been collected together to perform “jury service” – i.e. to hear the whole court case and respectively to assist…