Someone who is authorised to swear oaths and certify the execution of deeds.
Notice is a warning of something about to happen.
Notice of Issue is the notice sent by a Court to the claimant informing them of the case number allocated to their action, details of fees paid and the date of service.
Notice to Quit is the giving of prior notice, when served in possession proceedings, of termination of a tenancy.
Novation is replacing an existing agreement with a new one.
Nuisance is the term for doing something that harms other people’s rights.
Application to the Court for a marriage to be declared ‘void’ or be annulled, meaning declared never to have existed or to have only subsisted until the Court dissolved it.
Oath – those giving evidence or professional opinion in court are asked to call upon God to witness that what they say at the hearing is the truth.
Oath False describes perjury or the telling of a lie while under oath.
Objection is the disagreement with an argument by another at the hearing.