In the civil law. A method of dividing property held in common by two or more joint owners.
The basic assets of a business or an individual, including cash, equipment and property that has value in producing revenue.
A tax allowance for businesses on capital expenditure on particular items. These can include machinery plant and industrial buildings.
A court order placing a child or young person under the supervision of a local authority or a probation officer in a case of delinquency or where care proceedings are appropriate. A supervision order may also refer to a parent being allowed access to their child under the supervision of a court representative.
In taxation accounting, using a tax year’s deductions, business losses or credits to apply to the following year’s tax return to reduce the tax liability.
An action, suit or claim in a court of law. The term can also mean the arguments put forward by parties in a court of law.
Case Disposal is when a case is taken out of the court process.
Case Management Conference is a meeting between all parties to a case and the Judge to check the progress of the case, with regards to costs and other matters. The numbers of CMCs held depend on the complexity of the case.
Civil cases are allocated to one of three Case Management Tracks, depending on financial value, issues of law and the likely duration (length) of the case. The three tracks are: – the small claims track in which cases to the value of five thousand pounds can be considered and the claimant does not have to…
A Case Number is a reference number given to each case by the issuing court.