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  1. rabbi trust

    rabbi trust

    An irrevocable grantor trust where the assets within the trust remain subject to the claims of the grantor's creditors, and from which the benefits... [Read more]
    secular trust,rabbicular trust
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    Legal Help 12-05-2011 06:08 PM Go to entry
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  2. rape

    rape

    At traditional common law, rape was any unlawful sexual intercourse committed by a man with a woman not his wife through force and against her will. ... [Read more]
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  3. rape by means of fraud

    rape by means of fraud

    This type of rape is committed by one person against another and was induced by means of fraud. For example, if a doctor tells his patient that... [Read more]
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    Legal Help 11-07-2011 04:03 PM Go to entry
     
  4. real damage

    real damage

    These types of damages are awarded to compensate a person for their proven injury or loss. In other words, these types of damages are awarded to... [Read more]
    compensatory damages,tangible damages,actual damages
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    Legal Help 01-02-2012 06:22 PM Go to entry
     
  5. real property law

    real property law

    Real property law involves different manners in which property may be owned by one or more parties. It proscribes methods for people acquiring... [Read more]
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    Legal Help 10-12-2011 05:57 PM Go to entry
     
  6. reasonable doubt

    reasonable doubt

    The doubt that prevents a person from being readily convinced of a person's guilt. In other words, the idea or belief that there is a reasonable, or... [Read more]
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    Legal Help 11-07-2011 03:48 PM Go to entry
     
  7. reasonable-consumer test

    reasonable-consumer test

    This test is used to determine whether advertising is deceptive, and is performed by asking whether a reasonable consumer would believe the claim... [Read more]
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    Legal Help 11-07-2011 04:02 PM Go to entry
     
  8. reasonable-inference Rule

    reasonable-inference Rule

    This is a rule of evidence that provides that a jury can consider any reasonable inference drawn from any evidence presented during trial.
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    Legal Help 11-07-2011 04:05 PM Go to entry
     
  9. rebuttal

    rebuttal

    A rebuttal can refer to an in-court contradiction of the opposing party's evidence. For example, if Bill and Jill are in-court and Jill asserts... [Read more]
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    Legal Help 12-05-2011 06:21 PM Go to entry
     
  10. recidivist

    recidivist

    A person who has been convicted of a crime more than once. A repeat criminal offender.
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    Legal Help 11-29-2011 03:12 PM Go to entry
     

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