A voluntarily agreement by the claimant and defendant to settle their civil case.
Acts have two titles, the Short Title is a more convenient term by which the act will be known.
Slander is verbal defamation or spoken words which have a damaging effect on a person’s reputation.
Slavery is a relationship in which one person has absolute power over the life, fortune, and liberty of another.
A local court in which claims for small sums of money can be heard and decided quickly and cheaply, without legal representation.
The path that defended claims of no more than £5,000 (and no more than £1,000 as for personal injury and housing disrepair claims) are allocated to.
A solicitor is someone who is part of the legal profession and is a practising lawyer. They generally offer legal advice and services and prepare cases for court, where a barrister often represents you in court. A solicitor can also represent you in court in certain cases.
Special Measures are provisions that can be put in place to provide protection to a witness.
A court order to complete a contract. The courts may order a person who has failed to fulfil an obligation under a contract to complete it.
A Spouse is a husband or wife.