Rack Rent is the full market value rent of a property.
An activity that is criminal and people subjected to a racket are usually deceived of their money. Methods used to get money or goods includes bribery, extortion and intimidation.
Ransom is a sum of money demanded or paid for the release of a captive.
Reasonable Doubt refers to the lack of proof that prevents a judge or jury from convicting a defendant a crime. The prosecuting attorney must provide proof beyond a reasonable doubt to establish guilt.
Reasonable force is a complex issue but essentially use of some force must be necessary to defend your property or yourself and the force used must be in proportion to the threat.
Receiving is gaining control of a stolen property.
Recognisance is an undertaking before the Court by which a person agrees to comply with a certain condition, e.g. keep the peace/appear in court. A sum of money is normally pledged to ensure compliance.
A Referral Order is when a magistrat refers an offender to the Youth Offender Panel that will decide on an appropriate punishment.
A Register is the records kept by a magistrates court.
Any land recorded at the Land Registry. There is a system of recording and registering, at the Land Registry offices, details of land ownership and interests in land.