Quiet Title – in the sphere of Real Estate Law, this term refers to legal action taken by the property owner to get official confirmation of his ownership on a concrete real estate, in a situation where third parties have…

Quiet enjoyment – this is a legal term from the Real Estate law, which refers to the right of a tenant to use the leased property without any interference and uninterrupted during the term of the rental contract. The quiet…

Quick liquidity ratio – this term is used in the area of Business Law to detail the possibility of a local corporate body to meet their short-term debts towards creditors with their most liquid assets.

Quickie strike – this term is applicable in the Labor Law. It details a strike that has not been approved neither supervised by the related local Labor Union. This is why it is not considered legal strike. Synonyms are “outlaw…

Quick condemnation – this legal term is applicable in the area of Administrative Law. It details a procedure, in which the local municipality takes permanent possession (or title) of a property owned initially by private individual. Quick condemnation is performed…

Qui bono – this term comes from Latin and means “to the benefit of whom”. It could have two different meanings: – in the Criminal Law to refer to the indication that the person who has been arrested on the…

Questus est nobis – this legal term comes from Latin and refers to a writ of nuisance. A writ of nuisance could be obtained to take action against the defendant. This action gave rise to the modern day private nuisance.…

Questionnaire hearing – the term refers to an old type of court hearing that has been performed via correspondence exchanged between each party, and the judge. Nowadays such a procedure is not used, and a part of it has left…