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This US group was formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1978 by Steve Allen (guitar, vocals) and Ron Flynt (bass, vocals), two expatriate musicians from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Drummer Mike Gallo ...

Part 20 claim

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A Dictionary of Law (9 ed.)

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...that they seek to counterclaim against in addition to the claimant, he must bring that party into the proceedings by issuing a Part 20 claim form. Once done, the third party becomes known as the Part 20 defendant . A defendant can issue a Part 20 claim form without requiring permission of the court if it is issued before or at the time of the filing of his defence. Directions in such a case will be dealt with as part of the normal system of case management appropriate to the track to which the case has been allocated. If the time in which the defence must...

Part 20 claim

Part 20 claim  

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A claim other than a claim by the claimant against the defendant. It includes (1) a counterclaim by the defendant against the claimant; (2) a counterclaim by the defendant against a third party (i.e. ...
third-party proceedings

third-party proceedings  

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Proceedings brought by a defendant to a civil action against a person not already a party to the action. Such proceedings are now made under Part 20 of the Civil Procedure Rules and known as Part 20 ...
Walter Wyatt

Walter Wyatt  

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(b. Savannah, Ga., 20 July 1893; d. Washington, D.C., 26 Feb. 1978), reporter of decisions, 1946–1963.Wyatt received his legal education at the University of Virginia, where he was editor ...
abstracting electricity

abstracting electricity  

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The offence, punishable with up to five years' imprisonment and/or a fine, of dishonestly using, wasting, or diverting electricity. This offence may be committed by someone who bypasses his ...
custody for offenders under 21

custody for offenders under 21  

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An offender under the age of 21 cannot be sentenced to imprisonment; instead he may be sentenced to detention in a young offender institution under s 96 of the Powers of Criminal Courts Sentencing ...
appointed day

appointed day  

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The date specified in an Act of Parliament (or in a commencement order) for its coming into force.
rule in Re Pettit

rule in Re Pettit  

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The tax rule that applies when an agreement states that the payer is to pay Q £100 “free of tax”. The payer is then required to make a payment to Q of £100; this is equivalent to £128.20 gross and ...
Henry Stanbery

Henry Stanbery  

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(b. New York, N.Y., 20 Feb. 1803; d. New York, N.Y., 26 June 1881), U.S. attorney general, 1866–1868; unconfirmed nominee to the Supreme Court.Henry Stanbery's nomination fell victim to ...
words of art

words of art  

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Words whose legal interpretation has been fixed so that the legal effect of their use is known.
Law Reform Committee

Law Reform Committee  

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A body established by the Lord Chancellor to consider particular areas of law that may need reform.
Martin, Luther

Martin, Luther  

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(b. Piscataway, N.J., ca. 20 Feb. 1748; d. New York, N.Y., 10 July 1826), lawyer and statesman.Of humble origins, Martin graduated from the College of New Jersey (later Princeton ...
oral agreement

oral agreement  

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A contract made by word of mouth, as opposed to one made in writing. See also implied contract.
allograph

allograph  

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N.A document not written by any of the parties to which it applies: the opposite of an autograph.
ACCESS

ACCESS  

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Mnemonic for Shepherd's model of investigation as a cycle. The key words are Assess, Collect, Collate, Evaluate, Survey, Summary.
elegantia juris

elegantia juris  

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Elegant form in law. O. W. Holmes described elegantia juris as the ‘logical coherence of part with part’.
Enforcement Concordat

Enforcement Concordat  

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A document issued by the Cabinet Office giving guidance to regulatory authorities on enforcement of consumer protection laws.
conventionality thesis

conventionality thesis  

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In legal positivism, the assertion that social facts give rise to legal validity, drawing authority from social convention.
chop shop

chop shop  

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An establishment where stolen motor vehicles are dismantled in order that the component parts may be sold.
Financial Stability Board

Financial Stability Board  

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An international body agreed by the G20 London Summit Leaders’ Statement in April 2009 to be constituted as a successor to the Financial Stability Forum. Its purpose is to collaborate ...

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