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Capacity To Contract The legal ability to enter into a binding contract.


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"Design " means the number of youth offenders or other persons a youth correction facility is able to hold based on applicable safety codes and standards.
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Testamentary - The legal ability to make a will.
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Capacity -Having legal authority or mental ability. Being of sound mind.
Caption -Heading or introductory party of a pleading.

Defense: Broadly, describes a defendant's lack of some fundamental ability to be held accountable. For example, in Pennsylvania, persons under 7 years of age are presumed incapable of negligence.

CAPACITY. This word, in the law sense, denotes some ability, power, qualifi- cation, or competency of persons, natural, or artificial, for the performance of civil acts, depending on their state or condition, as defined or fixed by law; as, ...

Legal is the attribute of a person who can acquire new rights, or transfer rights, or assume duties according to the dictates of his or her own will, without any restraint or hindrance arising from status or legal condition.

CAPACITY : The ability recognized by law to take legal action.
CAPIAS(Latin): A class of writs that authorize a court officer to take a defendant into custody, or in other words, to arrest him/her.


The ability to understand and give legal consent to an action or arrangement.
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incapacity
adj. 1) not being able to perform any gainful employment due to congenital disability, illness (including mental), physical injury, advanced age or intellectual deficiency.

In
Lack of sufficient legal, physical or intellectual power to perform an act.
Incompetency
The inability or in at law to perform an act, such as giving testimony or making a will.

field capacity : The maximum amount of water that a soil can retain after excess water from saturated conditions has been drained by the force of gravity.


Definition - Noun
1 : a qualification, power, or ability (as to give consent or make a testament) created by operation of law
2 : an individual's ability or aptitude
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diminished capacity
n. essentially a psychological term which has found its way into criminal trials.

Term: In
Definition: Lack of sufficient legal, physical or intellectual power to perform an act.
Term: Incompetency
Definition: The inability or in at law to perform an act, such as giving testimony or making a will.

Testamentary Capacity - The legal ability to make a will.
Testamentary Trust - A trust set up by a will.
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testamentary
Mental ability an individual must have to make a will.
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Lack of mental capacity to do or abstain from doing a particular act; inability to distinguish right from wrong.
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In
Lack of legal ability to act; disability, incompetence; lack of adequate power.
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Imprisonment in a jail or penitentiary.
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[Latin, parent of the country] : the state in its capacity as the legal guardian of persons not sui juris and without natural guardians, as the heir to persons without natural heirs, and as the ...
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Expanded Legal Definition of PanhandleParalegal A person who is not a lawyer or is not acting in that but who provides a limited number of legal services.

Paralegal A person who is not a lawyer or is not acting in that capacity but who provides a limited number of legal services. Each country differs in the authority it gives paralegals in exercising what traditionally would be lawyers' work.

recognition as an independent country and which have four characteristics; permanent and large population with, generally, a common language; a defined and distinct territory; a sovereign government with effective control; and a to enter ...

Consent and Capacity BoardIndependent provincial tribunal that makes decisions about matters of capacity, consent, civil committal and substitute decision making under statutes including the Health Care Consent Act, ...

is impaired by reason of mental illness, mental deficiency, physical illness or disability, advanced age, chronic use of drugs, chronic intoxication, or other cause (except minority) to the extent that he lacks sufficient understanding or to ...

Individuals are persons in law unless they are minors or under some other type of incapacity, such as a court finding of mental incapacity. Contrast with a company, which is a legal person.
Negligence: Carelessness.

Thus, in a suit for physical injuries the plaintiff may seek recovery for the pain he endured and his accrued medical expenses and for probable loss of earnings due to disability during the period of his in.

In that capacity, the AO prepares and submits the budget and legislative agenda for the courts to the Judicial Conference for transmittal to Congress.

Competent, Adult (Sui Juris) Parties: Both parties must have the to understand the terms of the contract they are entering into, and the consequences of the promises they make.

Bill of Advocation The original function was to remove a criminal case from an inferior court to a superior court on account of partiality or incapacity of the judge or intricacy of the case.

The in may be mental (i.e., Alzheimer's disease) or physical (i.e., the effects of a stroke). When a person has a guardian appointed, the person is often referred to as "incapacitated.

KILDERKIN
A measure of capacity equal to eighteen gallons. See Measure. ... more
KINDRED
Relations by blood.2. Nature has divided the kindred of every one into three principal classes. 1. His children, and their descendants. 2. His father,... more ...

SUI JURIS
A person who possesses full civil rights and is not under any legal in such as being bankrupt, of minor age or mental in. Most adults are sui juris.
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or instance, former arkhons became members of the Areiopagos for life; and during their year of office they processed the litigation presented to the most important of the dikasteria, and presided over trials held there, although in this capacity ...

A legal document that takes effect if one cannot make decisions due to illness or in. Different types of advance directives exist. Some, such a living will, give instructions on which measures can be used to prolong life.

criminal insanity - Lack of mental capacity to do or abstain from doing a particular act; inability to distinguish right from wrong.
criminal summons - An order commanding an accused to appear in court.

Incompetent: A person lacking the , legal qualification, or fitness to manage personal affairs or to discharge a required duty. A guardian may be appointed to conduct the affairs or protect the interests of an incompetent person.

Elder law includes general estate planning issues, counseling and planning for incapacity with alternative decision making documents, and planning for possible long-term care needs, including nursing home care.

*minor - a person over the age of puberty (cf. impubes) but under the age of 25. If sui iuris they had full legal , ...

See also: See also: Person, Law, Lawyer, Attorney, Attorn

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