Nonfeasance – within the area of Contracts Law this term details the act of not doing something that a person should be doing per previously undertaken obligations (usually per the clauses of a concluded contract). Synonyms are “nonperformance”, “neglect”, “omission”,…

Non–exempt assets – this term is used in Litigation procedures in many jurisdictions, where describes the actual property of a debtor that can be re-sold on public auction by the local bailiff (i.e. the local enforcement agent) in order to…

Non-execution – within the sphere of Law of Contracts, the term refers to the lack of performance, of fulfillment of obligations precisely stipulated in a concluded agreement.

Non-exclusive licence – the term describes a license, which entitles a person with the legal right to use something (an asset or item), but not preventing other people who have been given the same legal right, from using the same asset…

Non est factum – The term comes from Latin and is used for “this is not his deed” and a special defense in civil court proceedings to allow a person to avoid having to respect a contract that she or…

Nonentity application – this term in the area of Divorce Law is used to detail a specific application, entered by one of the spouses to the local Civil Court for a declaration to be announced by the judge that a…

Non-disclosure – the term refers to the act of failing to disclose facts to the opposing party of an agreement to influence their decision to be a party to the agreement.