A Supervision Order can refer to a sentence from the court where the Youth Offending Team will supervise the work that the offender will carry out. These can last up to 3 years. The term can also refer to giving the local authority the legal power monitor a child’s needs and progress while the child…
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (SCUK) is the final court of appeal in the UK for civil cases, and for criminal cases from England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It hears cases of the greatest public or constitutional importance affecting the whole population.
Surety is someone who guarantees a defendant will attend court or pay a debt.
Suspended Sentence means a convict will not serve a custodial sentence unless they committ a subsequent offence within a specified period.
A Tacit Law is a law that is accepted by the consent of the people rather than a government body.
A short term variation in price that is aimed at thwarting the competition or gaining entry into the market.
Adaptation of requirements to current needs of operation by deleting, modifying and supplementing without any deviation from the norm.
A buyer/seller agreement where the buyer’s obligation to pay isn’t unconditional but depends on the delivery of goods purchased or upon the consent of the buyer to take delivery.
The part of a salary or wage that the employer gets to take home after the payment of any taxes and deductions.
Written promise where the lender provides long term financing to replace a short term loan or bridge finance. Also known as Takeout agreement opt Takeout loan.