Rights that have accrued to a person, as opposed to rights that he may or may not acquire.
An order of the High Court creating or transferring a legal estate in land.
A Vexatious Litigant is a person who often brings court cases with little chance of succeeding. The Attorney General can apply to the High Court to prevent this person from starting legal proceedings without permission.
The Vice Chancellor is a senior judge and head of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice (although the Lord Chancellor is the nominal head).
Voluntary is to enter into without compulsion, as a result of choice.
A conveyance or other transfer of ownership of land, made otherwise than for valuable consideration.
Wages are money that a worker receives in compensation for labour.
Waiver is the voluntary act of giving up a right, a legal waiver must be recorded in court.
Privilege entitles a party to withhold written or oral evidence from production to a third party or the court. In English common law privilege is a fundamental human right intended to protect the relationship between lawyer and client and upon which the administration of justice as a whole rests. Privilege enables the client to consult…
Walking Possession is a signed agreement by a debtor not to remove goods levied by a bailiff under the authority of a warrant of execution and to allow the bailiff access at any time to inspect the goods, in consideration of which the bailiff leaves the goods in the possession of the debtor.