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Legal Jargon

Prima facie: Meaning: At first sight. A prima facie case is one which, at first sight, seems to support the allegation or claim made. Example:If a prima facie case is not made out in the early stages of proceedings, the other side may apply to the court to dismiss the action without hearing the rest of the evidence. Pronunciation: pri.ma.fa.cie Ultra vires: Meaning: Beyond the legal power or Authority. An action which is invalid because it exceeds the authority of the person or organisation which performs it. Example: A company cannot normally be bound by an act which  is utra vires its Memorandum of Association. Pronunciation: ul·tra vi·res
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    Posted by Manivannan on
    • Jun 11 2012
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    Very useful to budding professionals to understand the legal jargon and maxims Immense thanks to you.

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