Title exchange – Title exchange is a process during which two opposite parties exchange to each other the title of properties they own. Sometimes they do it when they don’t want to involve money in a property transaction. So they…

Title Deed – following the provisions of the Property Law, this is a document in specific written form for ownership of a real estate. Or the document for setting a mortgage on a property. This document has to be witnessed…

Title – within the sphere of Property Law, the term refers to a legal right, granted by the local legislation to the possession of a real estate. Actually, it relates to the right to own the property. The owner (title…

Third party – someone who is not party to a legal case or to a contract, but may be relevant because for example he or she owes the defendant money, or should receive rights. In that case the defendant can…

Thievery – this is a term within the Criminal Law, where details a theft. This is a criminal activity, representing the taking of someone’s property without their consent, with the intention to benefit yourself. Synonyms are “stealing”, “mugging”, “robbery”, “peculation”.

Theft – this term details the robbery crime. It represents taking for yourself illegally a property which belongs to another person without their consent. Theft is always done with the intention to benefit the thief.

The Gross negligence – this is any action or an omission in reckless disregard of the consequences to the safety or property of another. See also contributory negligence and comparative negligence. Between negligence and the intentional act there lies yet…