Fortify – it means “to confirm”, “to certify”, “to approve” a concrete legal action.
Forprise – the term refers to an exclusion from the main rule.
Former jeopardy – it means that nobody can be sued in court two different times for one and the same legal matter (or crime).
Former adjuristiction – the term refers to the legal and binding force of something being proclaimed and obliging for the parties of the case.
Form petition – In many jurisdictions this term refers to a claim, established in the Civil Code, towards the High Court for new hearing of the case on the base of breaches or faults of the procedure.
Forlornmess – the term refers to the legal condition of abandoned place of living, for example.
Forgery – within the meaning, given by the Criminal Law, this term describes a crime, which represents fabricating (and mostly, using on a later stage) a fake document, for acquiring financial benefit.
Forfeiture – used in Property Law, this term is used to detail the termination of a possession of a real estate on the base of lack of meeting the tenancy conditions by the tenant any longer.
Forfeit – Per the meaning, given by the Property Law in most countries, it means a pledge, or another kind of legal security established on an asset to benefit the creditors.
Foreclosure – The technical meaning of the legal term is: to terminate property right. In Real Estate Law, this term refers to the creditor’s legal actions of repossessing and selling on a public auction, with the assistance of local enforcement…