the statement of a mortally injured person who is aware he/she is about to die, telling who caused the injury and possibly the circumstances (“Frankie shot me”). Although hearsay since the dead person cannot testify in person, it is admissible on the theory that a dying person has no reason not to tell the truth.
Early Neutral Evaluation will provide you with an initial assessment of the merits of a case. An independent (usually legally qualified) person, who expresses an opinion on the merits of the issues would evaluate the case. This opinion is non-binding but provides an unbiased evaluation and guidance as to the likely outcome should the case…
An earnest is the payment of a part of the price of goods sold, or the delivery of part of such goods, for the purpose of binding the contract.
Easement is the right to use someone else’s land.
An Either-way Offence is an offence for which the accused may elect the case to be dealt with either summarily by the magistrates or by committal to the Crown Court to be tried by jury.
Embezzlement is the misappropriation of funds or property that has been entrusted to your care but owned by someone else. To take money for personal use.
An Emigrant is one who quits his country for any lawful reason, with a design to settleelsewhere, and who takes his family and property, if he has any, with him.
To Employ is to engage in one’s service in exchange for monetary payment.
An Employee is a person who works for another person or a company for wages or a salary or other compensation.
An Employer is one who employs the services of others; one for whom employees workand who pays their wages or salaries.