In old English and civil law. A proclamation; a public notice; the announcement of an intended marriage. Cowell. An excommunication; a curse, publicly pronounced. A proclamation of silence made by a crier in court before the meeting of champions in combat. Id. A statute, edict, or command; a fine, or penalty.
When a countries central bank does an inspection of its banks. It is checking for proper management, customers, policy, following national policy, stability, and how transparent its operations are. Refer to CAMELS rating.
Similar to insolvant, Bankrupt is when an individual is unable to pay creditors and has goods administered by a liquidator and sold to raise cash to pay off creditors. Usually results from an order under the Insolvancy Act 1986.
The Bar is a collective term for a group of barristers.
Bare Trust is a trust that holds property on behalf of a person until they request for it to be returned to them.
A barrister is a lawyer who can represent you in any court and collectively barristers are known as members of “the Bar”.
Behaviour is the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others. Unfavourable behaviour is the most common reason for divorce or civil partnership dissolution.
Bench is the name for judges or magistrates present in a court.
A Bench warrant is a warrant issued by a judge for an absent defendant to be arrested and brought before Court.
The rights of a beneficiary in respect of the property held in trust for him.