A Tort is a civil wrongdoing that unfairly causes someone else to suffer loss or harm, resulting in legal liability for that person.
A Tortfeasor is a person who commits a tort.
A trademark, trade mark, or trade-mark is a recognisable sign, design, or expression which identifies products of a particular source from those of others.
A Trial is a public hearing where the evidence in a case is examined.
Trial Bundles are the documents that are likely to be referred to in a trial or tribunal hearing. Identical bundles are prepared for the judge and the parties to the case.
Trial Contents include any written statements and documents in trial bundles.
A tribunal is a body outside of the court structure. They hear disputes relating to specific areas such as immigration, employment and some tax matters and then adjudicate on them.
A Trust is when property is legally given to a person with instructions to use it for another person.
A Trustee is an individual who holds or administers a property for another.
Undertaking is a legal promise to the court to do, or not to do something. It can be enforced by the court with a fine or sentencing to imprisonment.