24/03/2020Registers – Law and Agriculture (Senior Class English Study by Topic) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Registers - Law and Agriculture (Senior Class English Study by Topic) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A formal examination of a case in a court of law is called Trial Jury Lodge Examination2. ........... is the formal decision or finding of a judge or jury verdict settlement trial subpoena3. Without detriment or damage to a legal right or claim is also called libel sedation without prejudice information4. to summarize & review the evidence of a case is also called ......... sum up trial subpoena decision5. To start legal action against someone in a court of law is called sueing subpoena litigation defending6. The decision of a court, especially as to the punishment sentence jurying pleading litigation7. A person trained in law and who advises or represents others lawyer judge magistrate litigator8. A trial at court between two private parties lawsuit trial setlement courtship9. A group of people chosen to hear the evidence of a case and give a decision solicitors jury judges magistrate10. A public official with authority to hear and decide cases in a court of law lawyer solicitor judge jury11. Information presented to a court to prove or support a point in question contract receipt finger print evidence12. A formal agreement, usually in writing, between two or more parties contract verdict evidence litigation13. Statement of the facts in a trial, especially the argument of one side case contract litigation evidence14. A sudden and inevitable occurrence caused by natural forces and not as a result of human activity, such as a flood, earthquake, or a similar catastrophe in facie curie writ du mandais force majeure caveat emptor15. An order by a court appointing a person to manage a company that is in financial difficulty, in an attempt to ensure the survival of the company or achieve the best realization of its assets restrictive order administrative order restraining order obligative order16. Capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law advertent admissible adjourn adjudicate17. ........ is the transfer to itself by a superior court of an action pending in a lower cour litigation adjudication advocation magistration18. ........ is a period during which a law is suspended to allow offenders to admit their crime without fear of prosecution amnesty dynasty advocay19. ......... refers to a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc resignation annulment advocation adjournment20. A slimy substance between the wood and bark of trees cambium humus spoor chrysalis21. An inactive or sleeping condition which animal pass through in the dry season or winter is referred to as hibernation nocturnal photosynthesis absorption22. Soil made up of decayed animal and vegetable matter is called ......... locum loamy humus clay soil23. The process by which plants manufacture their food in their leaves chlorophyll photosynthesis irrigation germination24. The process by which plants let out excess water through their leaves perspiration transpiration irrigation germination25. The fusion of the pollen grains and the ovules inside the ovary to form seeds fertilisation germination irrigation transpiration26. The process by which plants suck up mineral salts in form of solution through their leaves hibernation germination absorption transpiration27. ........ is a big thick underground stem florence rhizome humus parterre28. The part of the body used by mosquitoes for sucking blood pseudopodia filaments proboscis chlorophyll29. The green coloring matter in the leaves of a plant chlorophyll chloroplast ribosome chromosome30. The last stage of an insect before it becomes fully grown chrysalis spoor cambium humus31. The process by which pollen grains are transferred from stamen to the pistil pistilation pollination disection regurgitation32. Tiny holes on leaves through which plants take in air stomata orchard tendril slough33. The dead skin cast off by a snake slough tendril pistil dibble34. A spiral shoot of a plant which winds itself on another object for support stomata tendril dibble slough35. The male part of a flower is referred to as .............. filament radicle stamens pistil36. The female part of a flower is called a.......... stamen orchard pistil slough37. The part of the seed which develops into plant embryo venision orchard stomata38. The seed leaves of the embryo is called.......... cotyledon tendrils stomata filament39. The first root of a young plant is called ........... embryo plumule radicle pistil40. A writ issued by a court of justice requiring a person to appear before the court at a specified time Writ du mandamus Force Majeure Subpoena Affidavit41. To put one person or thing in the place of another in respect of a right or claim subpoena subrogate subjugate subdue42. Of full age and not under disability; legally competent to manage one's own affairs jury sui juris curie in facie43. The right a court has to adjudicate immediately upon some matter arising during its proceedings jurisdiction summary jurisdiction obligation summary obligation44. An official order requiring a person to attend court, either to answer a charge or to give evidence writ order summon call45. A person who assumes legal responsibility for the fulfillment of another's debt or obligation and himself becomes liable if the other default representative surety partner mentor46. A civil wrong arising from an act or failure to act, independently of any contract, for which an action for personal injury or property damages may be brought Libel Tort Assault Battery47. Any unlawful act committed with force or violence, actual or implied, which causes injury to another person, his property, or his rights Libel Sedation Trespass Tort48. A difference or discrepancy between two steps in a legal proceeding, especially between a statement in a pleading and the evidence given to support it differentiation variance battery slander49. A person who does some act or enters into a transaction without being under any legal obligation to do so and without being promised any remuneration for his or her services Amateur Volunteer Intern Apprentice50. An express or implied term in a contract, such as an undertaking that goods contracted to be sold shall meet specified requirements as to quality, etc warranty guarantee mandamus51. The declaration of a person's wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property after death stock will management shares52. A document under seal, issued in the name of the Crown or a court, commanding the person to whom it is addressed to do or refrain from doing some specified act writ order command curie53. To refrain from enforcing a claim or applying a law, penalty, etc writ summon order waive54. (Of contracts, obligations, etc) made by, affecting, or binding one party only and not involving the other party in reciprocal obligations bilateral ubiquitous unilateral lateral55. An evidence given by a witness, esp orally in court under oath or affirmation testament testimony subpoena settlement56. A person who brings a civil action in a court of law judge jury plaitiff defendant57. A list of persons summoned for jury service panel jury lawyers magistrates58. A proposal made by one person that will create a binding contract if accepted unconditionally by the person to whom it is made offer proposal evidence contract59. A solemn pronouncement to affirm the truth of a statement or to pledge a person to some course of action, often involving a sacred being or object as witness affirmation swear oath writ60. An observation by a judge on some point of law not directly in issue in the case before him or her and thus neither requiring a decision nor serving as a precedent, but nevertheless of persuasive authority contempt in facie curie obiter dictum caveat emptor force majeure161 out of 60Time is Up!