rudimentary law


rudimentary law
fundamental law, basic statute

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • maritime law — the body of law relating to maritime commerce and navigation, and to maritime matters generally. [1860 65] * * * or admiralty law or admiralty Body of legal rules that governs ships and shipping. One early compilation of maritime regulations is… …   Universalium

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  • inchoate — in·cho·ate /in kō ət, iŋ kō ˌāt/ adj 1 a: not yet made complete, certain, or specific: not perfected see also inchoate lien at lien b: not yet transformed into actual use or possession until an emplo …   Law dictionary

  • simple — sim·ple adj 1: oral or written but not under seal or of record 2: not extreme, aggravated, or complicated simple kidnapping 3: having no limitations or restrictions see also fee simple sim·ply adv …   Law dictionary

  • original — orig·i·nal n 1: that from which a copy or reproduction is made both parties signed the original compare duplicate 2: a work composed firsthand as the product of an author s creativity ◇ A work must be an original in order to obtain a copyright.… …   Law dictionary

  • basic — I adjective a priori, aboriginal, central, elementary, essential, fundamental, implicit, indispensable, initial, innate, integral, intrinsic, material, monolithic, native, necessary, organic, original, practical, primary, prime, primitive,… …   Law dictionary

  • fundamental — I adjective basal, basic, basilar, basilary, cardinal, central, constitutional, elemental, elementary, essential, inchoative, indispensable, key, necessary, needed, organic, primary, primus, principal, principalis, required, requisite,… …   Law dictionary

  • initiative — ini·tia·tive /i ni shə tiv, shē ə tiv/ n 1: the esp. introductory series of steps taken to cause a desired result the deposing party would ordinarily be required to take the initiative in arranging a deposition Andrews v. Bradshaw, 895 P.2d 973… …   Law dictionary


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