Out-of-home care – in the meaning of the Family Law in many jurisdictions, this term refers to the number of public facilities/institutions, needed to participate for performance of the care of children.

Out-of-court settlement – this term usually refers to a legal option, given by the Civil Law, for an agreement to be concluded between two litigants to settle a legal dispute privately, before the Court has reached a decision on the…

Outlet – the term in the area of Property Law refers to a yard or a plot that is, surrounding, or being close to a building; the term is always related to land, not a building.

Outgrant – within the sphere of Law of Contracts, this term refers to concluded agreement (usually rental agreement) between the State or the Municipality on one hand, and a private individual, on another, where there is the right of a…

Outcome of a trial – this term is used in court trials in many jurisdictions, where refers to the result of court investigation, which establishes the foundations for taking a court decision which to be valid, accurate to the Law…

Outbuilding – within the area of Real Estate Law, this term refers to a secondary construction, which has not been connected/detached with the main one on the concrete real estate, but is constructed to assist the primary construction/main building –…

Ouster – in the sphere of Property Law this term is used to define an order within an injunction to force a person to leave a real estate.

Originating Application – the term refers to a method of commencing proceedings under the authority of a specific act of the local Parliament, whereby the applicant asks the court to grant an order in their favour. See also http://www.encyclo.co.uk/define/Originating%20application .

Original Title Deed – this term in the sphere of Law of contracts describes a Title Deed which creates right on the concrete real estate for a first time. For example, in the meaning of the Property Law in some…

Original promise – this term is used in the Law of Contracts where details the undertaken legal obligation to cover another person’s debt towards their creditors, against remuneration/certain benefit.