Safety – this legal term refers to the condition of being out of danger. It finds application in the Labor Law, where refers to the normal working conditions, (usually approved by the Governmental Safety Authorities) in which conditions workers should…

Safekeeping – this legal term finds obligation in the Securities, where details handing a property to a third party, which has to take care of it temporarily and keep it in proper order, until the debtor pays the debt towards…

Safe house – this legal term finds application in the Criminal procedures in some countries, where refers to secret place used temporarily or permanently for protection of witnesses and members of their families, undercover police officers, etc.

Safe haven – the Immigration Law uses the term “safe haven” for describing a temporary option for safe place in the welcoming country for people (usually refugees) who run from conviction or non-human treatment in their home country.

Safe conduct – this legal term finds application in Military Law, where refers to official document, granting a member of the enemy state protection for passing through own lands. Persons, who held safe conduct letter for themselves, should not be…

Sadism – the Criminal Law in many countries describes the sadism as a crime or conduct performed with extraordinary pain, torture and brutalism towards the body of the victim, for the pleasure of the wrongdoer, who wants to cause pain…

Sabotage – the Criminal Law details the sabotage as the intentional act of harming the efforts of other people. Usually, it relates to ending business or governmental activities. Also, this could relate to closing corporate entities via using fraud schemes.…

Satisfaction – within the meaning, given by the Law of Contracts in some legal systems, this term refers to the act of paying a debt. Satisfaction could refer to settling an obligation by action or deed by the debtor towards…

Sanctuary – this legal term refers to a special Criminal Law option. Back in history in some countries, it was possible for persons who had just committed a crime, to seek refuge in a church or monastery. There in these…

Sacrilege – this legal term has two different meanings: 1) Where it finds application in the area of Canon Law, it details the act of desecration or pollution – i.e. an act of treating somebody or using against them something…