Standing Definition The right to take action in court or to be heard or

Standing definition the right to take action in court

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behavioural disturbance, or loss of a foetus. Standing Definition: The right to take action in court or to be heard or represented in a case. Status quo Definition: The existing situation. Statute Definition: A law made by Parliament (state or Commonwealth). Statutory declaration Definition: A written statement of facts which the person making it signs and solemnly declares to be true before a person authorised to take declarations. Sue Definition: To take legal action. Summons Definition: A document which is issued by the court requiring the attendance of the person named in the summons at court on a specified date. Surety Definition: A person who binds him or herself to be answerable for another. If there is a default, the surety will be liable. Testator
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