Insolvency is when a party has ceased to pay its debts in the ordinary course of business, or cannot pay its debts as they become due. Usually results from an order under the Insolvancy Act 1986. See Bankrupt.
Inspection of Documents is when arrangements are made by the parties to allow mutual exchange and copying of documents. See Discovery of Documents.
Instalments is a method of paying a debt in several parts at intervals. Payment by instalments is agreed to make the burden of repayment lighter.
Incitation is the act by which one incites another to do something, as to commit a crime.
A brand, something you have invented, or an original piece of work that you have written.
Interest is a charge for borrowing money, it is a percentage of the sum borrowed.
Interim is an order given in a Court which is not final.
An Interim Order is an order made during proceedings which is not a final order.
Interlocutory is an interim, pending a full order/decision, e.g. interlocutory judgment for damages pending further hearing to assess amount to be awarded and entered as final judgment.
An Intermediary is someone who asks a witness, usually a child, questions that have been posed by a legal representative.