An Assured Shorthold Tenancy usually lasts 6 or 12 months and give you the right to have your deposit protected and be given notice of eviction.
Assured tenancy is a tenancy defined by the Housing Act 1996 where the tenant enjoys security of tenure.
Protection and immunity from extradition granted by a government to a political refugee from another country.
An attachment of earnings order is an order that instructs an employer to deduct a regular amount, fixed by the court, from a debtor’s earnings and to pay that money into court. The court pays the money to the person or people to whom it is owed.
Automatic Transfer – providing that a number of conditions are met, proceedings are automatically transferred to the court nearest to a defendant’s home.
An examination of a dead body to find the cause of death.
Averment is an affirmation or allegation. A formal statement by a party in a case of a fact or circumstance which the party offers to prove or substantiate.
Award is the result of an arbitration hearing or the amount of damages assessed by a Court.
An abbreviation for “Baron of the Court of Exchequer.”
Plea of infancy, interposed for the purpose of defeating an action upon a contract made while the person was a minor, is vulgarly called “pleading the baby act.” By extension, the term is applied to a plea of the statute of limitations.