To leave something (such as possessions or money) to someone in your will. You cannot bequeath land or real property but you can devise them instead.
Something given in a will, other than land or real property.
Beyond Reasonable Doubt is the highest standard of proof that must be met in any trial. If the jurors or judge have no doubt as to the defendant’s guilt, or if their only doubts are unreasonable doubts, then the prosecutor has proven the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and the defendant should be pronounced guilty.
Bigamy is the offence of marrying someone while already married to another person.
A signed written order, instructing the person it is addressed to to pay an amount of money to someone. A cheque is a type of bill of exchange.
Bill of Indictment is a written statement of the charges against a defendant sent for trial to the Crown Court, and signed by an officer of the Court.
A document which transfers ownership of goods from one person to another.
To Bind Over means to order a defendant to be placed in custody pending the outcome of a proceedings against them.
Bind Over for Sentence is an order which requires a defendant to return to court for sentencing.
A Binding decision is one that is made and must be obeyed by the people concerned.