A person or organisation which has lent money to an organisation.
A Local Authority Search (also known as local land charges search or local search) refers to the provision of specific information about a particular property and the surrounding area for buyers and sellers.
Local Justice Area is an area established for the purposes of the administration of magistrates’ courts.
Lodging is the process of filing (delivering) documents to a court. See also Filing.
Acts have two titles, the Long Title explains what the act is for, often at great length.
Long Vacation is the period between 1 August and 30 September in each year during which there are only restricted High Court sittings for urgent matters.
A Loophole is an ambiguity or inadequacy in the law or a set of rules. It is a way of evading or avoiding prosecution.
The Lord Chancellor is the cabinet minister who acts as speaker of the House of Lords and oversees the hearings of the Law Lords. Additional responsibilities include supervising the procedure of Courts other than Magistrates or Coroners Courts and selection of judges, magistrates, queens counsel and members of tribunals.
The Lord Chief Justice is the senior judge of the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) who also heads the Queens Bench Division of the High Court of Justice.
Lord Justice of Appeal is the title given to certain judges sitting in the Court of Appeal.