Human (legal) rights – the term refers to the fundamental worldwide rights of each human being – the right of life, freedom, the right to own property and to express their belief and viewings. Human (legal) rights are protected by…
Humanitarian law – this term gives the name of a concrete area of the International Law, related to wars, armed conflicts, etc. – with the purpose to reduce loss of life, and as well offences of human rights.
Housing segregation – this term details a type of discrimination by the citizens of the domestic country, practiced on immigrants.
Housing court – in some jurisdictions this is a court which deals with disputes between real estate owners and tenants on the other hand.
Housing organizations – the term refers to these associations, which are formed to provide housing for people, without pursuing any profit from such an activity.
House Rules Committee – this is another name of the General Meeting of the co-owners of apartments within a building, with the intention to manage the internal rules for behavior in the common shares of a building.
House of Commons – this is the name of the elected chamber of Parliament in the UK. Their work is complemented by the House of Lords, which is the second chamber of Parliament.
House counsel – In many countries this term refers to the legal figure of a solicitor who is not a member of the Lawyers Bar and who works on a full time for a particular local corporate body only, for…
House confinement rule – the term refers to a particular clause stipulated in a health and accident insurance policy that shows the extent of disability.
House closing Law – this term gives the name of the area of the Property Law, which sets the procedure for the final transfer of the ownership of a house from the seller to the buyer, via signing a Title…