Hypothecation – this is a term of the Civil Law, detailing an act of giving to the bank the assets of a debtor, who has previously obtained a bank loan, in order to be taken to public auction for repayment…

Hypothecate – the term refers to a situation where to establish a burden on a real estate as a security for a loan, where the property is still in possession of the debtor. Registration of the legal burden, for example,…

Hypothecary action – this legal term details the procedure performed before local bailiff (enforcement agent) in order to establish burden on a mortgaged property. See also http://www.wordnik.com/words/hypothecary

Hypotheca – From Latin: in Real Estate Law the term details a mortgage established on the debtor’s assets with the legal role to secure the rights of the creditor until full repayment, where the debtor still have the possession of…

Hyperinflation – in Commercial Law the term refers to a situation where the prices of goods and items for daily usage, increase extremely without control by the State authorities.

Hybrid grain agreement – within the Commercial Law the term is used to detail a type of sale contract designed to secure the seller’s rights, which agreement locks in the future price and only leaves the basis price to be…

Hybrid gangs – in the sphere of the Criminal Law the term describes groups for performance of illegal activities, consisting of people from various different races and social groups within a concrete society.

Hush cash money – in most jurisdictions this legal term refers to a bribe given in cash, order to keep an information secret by the receiver, usually to benefit with this fact yourself.