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ensemble (réunion d'éléments) (fr)[Classe...]
(contravention; transgression; invasion; offense; penal offence; breach of the law; infraction of the law; infringement of the law; transgression of the law; violation of the law; lapse; misdemeanor; misdemeanour; infraction; violation; infringement; breach; desecration; evildoing), (legal rule; rule of law), (justice)[termes liés]
adjective, procedural - essential, substantive - alienable, transferable - undue - alterable - unalterable - incompetent, unqualified - consensual - revertible - fungible - ancestral, hereditary, patrimonial, transmissible - intra vires - ultra vires - major - minor, nonaged, underage, under age - covert - moot - testate - intestate - null, void - evidentiary - appellant, appellate - residuary - reversionary - therefor - scienter - impounding, impoundment, internment, poundage - award, awarding - appointment - remission, remit, remitment - novation - subrogation - disbarment - derogation - recission, rescission - abatement of a nuisance, nuisance abatement - production - law, practice of law - law practice - civil wrong, tort - delinquency, juvenile delinquency - comparative negligence - concurrent negligence - contributory negligence - criminal negligence, culpable negligence - neglect of duty - false pretence, false pretences, false pretense - resisting arrest - sedition - sex crime, sex offense, sexual abuse, sexual assault - abduction, kidnaping, kidnapping, ravishing, snatch - actual possession - constructive possession - criminal possession - intervention - objection - recusation - recusal, recusation - alienation - lawmaking, legislating, legislation - trust busting - enactment, passage - law enforcement - legal duty, legal obligation - false imprisonment - imprisonment - commutation, re-sentencing - contempt - contempt of Congress - contempt of court - civil contempt - contumacy - criminal contempt - obstruction of justice - due process, due process of law - action, action at law, criminal prosecution, legal action, legal proceedings - case, causa, cause, lawsuit, legal proceedings, legal suit, plea, suit, trial - civil suit - class action, class-action suit - countersuit - criminal suit - moot - bastardy proceeding, paternity suit - antitrust case - counterclaim - custody case - lis pendens - legal proceeding, proceeding, proceedings - adoption - appeal - reversal - affirmation - bankruptcy - receivership - judicial proceeding, litigation, proceedings - custody battle - vexatious litigation - notification, presentment - naturalisation, naturalization - adjudication, decision, decree, judgement, judgment, judicial decision, pronouncement, sentence, sentencing, verdict - cognovit judgement, cognovit judgment, confession of judgement, confession of judgment - default judgement, default judgment, judgement by default, judgment by default, judgment in absence, judgment in contumacy - non pros, non prosequitur - final decision, final judgment - judgement in personam, judgment in personam, personal judgement, personal judgment - judgement in rem, judgment in rem - dismissal, judgement of dismissal, judgment of dismissal - judgement on the merits, judgment on the merits - judgement on the pleadings, judgment on the pleadings, summary judgement, summary judgment - opinion, ruling - Bakke decision - finding - finding of fact, verdict - conclusion of law, finding of law - compromise verdict - directed verdict - false verdict - general verdict - quotient verdict - special verdict - acquittal - murder conviction - rape conviction - robbery conviction - dispossession, eviction, legal ouster - ouster - actual eviction - constructive eviction, eviction - retaliatory eviction - authentication, legalisation, legalization, legitimation - legitimation - trial - Scopes trial - review - judicial review - plea - double jeopardy - criminal procedure, criminal prosecution, prosecution - test case, test suit - defence, defense, demurrer, denial, plea, repudiation - entrapment, in-cloud scavenging, rainout, rain-out - mistrial - retrial - hearing, session, sitting, trial - administrative hearing - competence hearing - fair hearing - quo warranto - divorce, divorcement - legal separation, separation - condemnation - drug war - annulment, invalidation - dissolution of marriage - amnesty, free pardon, pardon - spoliation - permissive waste, waste - parole - probation - reprieve, respite - bar - court, courtroom - courthouse - dock - messuage - color of law, colour of law - effect, force - infection - advowson - human right - easement - privilege - entitlement, right - civil liberties/rights, civil right, civil rights - civil liberty - habeas corpus - freedom of religion, freedom of religious beliefs, freedom of worship, religious freedom - freedom of speech, free speech - freedom of the press - freedom of assembly - freedom to bear arms - freedom from search and seizure - right to due process - freedom from self-incrimination, privilege against self incrimination - freedom from double jeopardy - right to speedy and public trial by jury - right to an attorney - right to confront accusors - freedom from cruel and unusual punishment - freedom from involuntary servitude - equal protection of the laws - franchise, right to vote, suffrage, vote - freedom from discrimination - equal opportunity - eminent domain - enfranchisement, franchise - patent right - right of election - right of entry - right of re-entry - right of offset - right of privacy - enjoyment, use - usufruct - visitation right - jurisdiction, legal power - venter - presumption - grounds, motive, principle, rationale - criminal intent, malice aforethought, malicious intent, mens rea - premeditation - mitigating circumstance - probable cause, reasonable and probable cause, reasonable and probable ground, reasonable ground - nuisance - legal system - bail - jury system - patent system - tax law, tax system - electoral system, voting system - judicial doctrine, judicial principle, legal principle - jus sanguinis - jus soli - preemption, pre-emption - relation, relation back - rundown, summation, summing up - act, certificate, deed, instrument, juridical act, legal act, legal document, legal instrument, legal transaction, official document, official paper, record - derivative, derivative instrument - negotiable instrument, negotiable security, transferable instrument, transferable security - docket - passport - ship's documents, ship's papers, ships papers - manifest - copy, counterpart, duplicate, print, transcript - joint resolution - debenture - power of attorney - letters of administration - letters testamentary - act, enactment - law - anti-drug law - anti-racketeering law, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, RICO, RICO Act - antitrust law, antitrust legislation - statute of limitations - constitution, fundamental law, organic law - Constitution, Constitution of the United States, U.S. Constitution, United States Constitution, US Constitution - public law - legislation, statute law - enabling legislation - federal job safety law, occupational safety and health act - advice and consent - statute book - bill, measure - appropriation bill, bill of supply - bill of attainder - bottle bill - farm bill - trade bill - blue law - blue sky law - gag law - game act, game law - homestead law - poor law - Riot Act - criminal law - court order - decree, edict, fiat, order, rescript - consent decree - curfew - decree nisi - divestiture - judicial separation, legal separation - prohibition - stay - deadline, delay, reprieve, stay, stay of execution, term, time limit - cease and desist order, enjoining, enjoinment, injunction - mandatory injunction, obligation to do a particular thing - final injunction, permanent injunction, standing injunction - interim injunction, interlocutory injunction, temporary injunction - brief, legal brief - amicus curiae brief - testament, will - probate, probate will - codicil - living will - deed, deed of conveyance, title - assignment - bill of sale - deed poll - enfeoffment - deed of mortgage, mortgage deed, mortgage document - bill of sale, deed of purchase, deed of sale, title deed - deed of trust, trust agreement, trust deed, trust indenture, trust instrument - conveyance - quitclaim, quitclaim deed - muniments - warrant - search warrant - arrest warrant, bench warrant - death warrant - cachet, lettre de cachet - reprieve - commutation - clearance, franchise, licence, license, permit - letters patent, patent - judgement, judgment, legal opinion, opinion - concurring opinion - dissenting opinion - majority opinion - amnesty, pardon - acquittance, quittance, receipt, release, voucher - judicial writ, writ - assize - certiorari, writ of certiorari - charging order, execution, garnishee order, garnishes order, process bearing the executive formula, warrant for attachment, writ of execution - execution, execution of instrument - habeas corpus, writ of habeas corpus - venire facias - mandamus, writ of mandamus - attachment - fieri facias - scire facias - sequestration - writ of detinue - election brief, writ of election - writ of error - writ of prohibition - writ of right - authorisation, authorization, mandate, proxy, warrant - process, summons - subpoena, subpoena ad testificandum, summons - subpoena duces tecum - gag, gag order, non-publication order, publication ban - attachment of wages, garnishment, garnishment of wages, impounding of wages, seizure by garnishment, seizure of salary, seizure of wages, wage garnishment - interdict, interdiction - citation - monition, process of monition - police report, report of an offense, ticket - bill of Particulars - plea, pleading - affirmative pleading - alternative pleading, pleading in the alternative - answer - evasive answer - plea - counterplea - dilatory plea - libel - defective pleading - demurrer - objection, rebuttal, rebutter, refutation - replication - rejoinder - special pleading - surrebuttal, surrebutter - plaintiff's surrejoinder, reply to the duplique, surrejoinder - plea bargain, plea bargaining - legislative act, statute - enabling act, enabling clause - ordinance - emergency act, emergency legislation, special act, special statute - rule of evidence - legal code - criminal code, penal code - U. S. Code, United States Code - building code, building regulation - fire code - health code, sanitary code - specification - connivance, secret approval, tacit consent - libel - Bill of Rights - First Amendment - Fifth Amendment - Fourteenth Amendment - Eighteenth Amendment - submission - evidence - testimony - corpus delicti - direct evidence - res gestae - circumstantial evidence, indirect evidence - corroborating evidence - hearsay evidence - state's evidence - declaration - affidavit - verification - subornation - alibi - caveat - jactitation - dictum, obiter dictum - written agreement - issue of law, legal matter, matter of law, question of law - sidebar - pretrial, pretrial conference - arbitration - citation - deposition, statement - cross-examination - direct examination - redirect, redirect examination, reexamination - disclaimer - argument, demur, demurral, demurrer, objection - dissent - discovery - judicial admission, stipulation - allegation - subornation of perjury - combination in restraint of trade - firm of solicitors, law firm, lawyer's office, legal practice, legal practise - Conservative Judaism - bar, legal community, legal profession - Department of Justice, DoJ, Justice, Justice Department, Ministry of Justice - BJA, Bureau of Justice Assistance - C.I.D., Criminal Investigation Department, F.B.I., FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation - circuit court of appeals - circuit - military court - moot court - night court - provost court - police court - probate court - quarter sessions - superior court - House of Lords, Supreme Court, Supreme Court of the United States, United States Supreme Court - high court, state supreme court, supreme court, the Supreme Court - traffic court - trial court - judicial branch - panel, venire - grand jury - hung jury - petit jury, petty jury - blue ribbon jury, special jury - administrative law - civil law - case law, common law, precedent - law of the land - admiralty law, marine law, maritime law - martial law - commercial law, commercial legislation, law merchant, mercantile law - military law - statutory law - securities law - tax law - domicile, legal residence - defendant, suspect, the accused - advocate, counsel, counsellor, counselor, counselor-at-law, pleader - amicus curiae, friend of the court - assignee - assignor - attorney general - barrister - chief justice - contractor - conveyancer - client, customer - defense attorney, defense lawyer - divorce lawyer - filer - intervenor - Jane Doe - John Doe - judge advocate general - jurist, legal expert - justice of the peace, magistrate - lawgiver, lawmaker - attorney, lawyer - legal representative - lawgiver, lawmaker, legislator - liquidator, receiver - litigant, litigator - next friend - notary, notary public, scrivener, solicitor - ordinary - owner, proprietor - legal assistant, paralegal - party - accuser, complainant, plaintiff - prevailing party, successful party - promulgator - district attorney, prosecuting attorney, prosecuting officer, prosecutor, prosecutrix, public prosecutor - legal aid counsel, public defender - referee - reversioner - Richard Roe - solicitor - transferee - transferor - trial attorney, trial lawyer - trial judge - trier - legal guardian, trustee - ux., uxor - vouchee - attestant, attestator, attestor, witness - witness - estate for life, life estate - assignment, grant - heritage, inheritance - accretion - bequest, legacy - devise - jointure, legal jointure - heirloom - interest, stake - vested interest - relief - actual damages, compensatory damages, damages at large, general damages - nominal damages - exemplary damages, punitive damages, smart money - legal fee - reversion - escheat - recognisance, recognizance - record - legal relation - fiduciary relation - bank-depositor relation - confidential adviser-advisee relation - conservator-ward relation - director-stockholder relation - executor-heir relation - attorney-client relation, lawyer-client relation - partner relation - receiver-creditor relation - trustee-beneficiary relation - legal status - civil death - citizenship - condition, marital status, state - marriage, matrimony, spousal relationship, union, wedlock - bigamy - civil union - common-law marriage - legal rule, rule of law - legal representation - diplomatic immunity - limitation - republish - attorn - prove - recuse - filiate - charge - plead - plea-bargain - re-examine - challenge, take exception - get off - pardon - amnesty, grant an amnesty to - extenuate, mitigate, palliate - convict, find guilty, pronounce guilty - reconvict - adjudge, adjudicate, assess, condemn, doom, pass sentence on, sentence, try - capacitate - recuse - file, register - docket - docket - verify - attest, bear witness, take the stand, testify - attest, bear witness, be a tribute to, depose, evidence, give evidence, prove, show, testify, witness, witness to - advocate, argue, plead - demur - counterclaim - convey, transfer - render, submit - prefer - probate - bail out - gaol, immure, imprison, incarcerate, jail, jug, lag, put away, put behind bars, remand - bind over - aggrieve - appearance, appearing, coming into court - give - stultify - chance-medley - barratry - champerty - criminal maintenance, maintenance - filibuster - debarment - bench - assumed name, DBA, Doing Business As, fictitious name - Nineteenth Amendment - cause of action - attestation - settlor, trustor - satisfaction[Domaine]