Freehold is the ownership of property. A Freeholder is a person who holds the rights to a freehold property.
A Freeze Out is an action taken by a company’s majority shareholders that pressures minority holders to sell their stakes in the company. A variety of maneuvers may be considered freeze-out tactics, such as the termination of minority shareholder employees or the refusal to declare dividends.
If you are an individual or a business involved in a dispute and suspect that your opponent may dispose of its assets to defeat your claim then we can help you obtain a freezing order. This will prevent the disposition of assets or funds until the case goes to trial.
A Friendly Takeover is a situation in which a target company’s management and board of directors agree to a merger or acquisition by another company.
A Friendly Witness is a witness who is called to the court by one party to give testimony in favour to that party.
Frustration of Contract is the legal termination of a contract due to unforeseen circumstances that (1) prevent achievement of its objectives, (2) render its performance illegal, or (3) make it practically impossible to execute.
Frustration of Testamentary Intention is the term used when an heir or a legatee fails to fulfil a promise that has been made when the deceased was alive.
A Fugitive is one who flees; always used in law with the implication of a flight, evasion or escape from some duty or penalty or from the consequences of a misdeed.
Fugitive Witness is the name given to a person needed to testify in court but has run away and becomes a fugitive from justice.
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