Notes of meeting – this term is used in Corporate Law, where details the official record (protocol) of a meeting. Some minutes of meeting very often include a summary or breakdown of the discussion along with any decisions taken on…

Note – this term details a document in the form of receipt, which is certifying valid payment (could be a payment order).

Notary – Also known as “notary public”: in many legal systems this term describes the figure of a legal officer with specific judicial authority to attest to legal documents usually with an official seal and documents which later are a…

Non-user – the term describes a legal right, which either can be acquired by use for a certain term, or to be terminated via expiration of deadlines within which it has not been used by its holder.

Non-suit – This term refers to a situation where the court refuses to start a proceeding because the claimant has failed to establish to the Court’s satisfaction that there are legal bases for a civil case against a defendant to…

Non-molestation – the term is used in Court Proceedings, where refers to a court order within an injunction (usually a court order in most jurisdictions) to prevent one person from attacking physically another person.

Non-joinder – the term  is the opposite of “mis-joinder”: when a person who should have been made a party to a legal proceedings has been forgotten or omitted. This is usually addressed by asking the local court to amend documents…