Marriage is the legally or formally recognised union of a man and a woman (or, in some jurisdictions, two people of the same sex) as partners in a relationship.
A Master is a judicial officer of the High Court in the Royal Courts of Justice who normally deals with preliminary matters before trial (see Registrar).
Matrimonial Home is the term used to describe the home that a couple lives in whilst married.
Matrimony is the legal state of being married.
Assists a litigant in person in a court of law in England and Wales. This person does not need to be legally qualified. The crucial point is that litigants in person are entitled to have assistance, lay or professional, unless there are exceptional circumstances.
The intent to commit a crime and also the knowledge that an act is wrong.
The branch of the law dealing with commerce.
Merger is the merging of one estate or title into another. It is a term predominently used in business law. Agreements are merged when one contract is absorbed into another. The merger of contracts is generally based on the language of the agreement and the intent of the parties. Consolidation is an example.
In Company and Commercial Law, a merger or acquisition is a combination of two companies where one corporation is completely absorbed by another.
Mesne Profits is the sum of money claimed by a owner of property against someone not legally entitled to be in possession. Calculated from the date the notice to quit expires until the date possession is given up