legal relation


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Noun1.legal relation - a professional relation that is regulated by law (as between a lawyer and a client)
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
professional relation - the relation that exists when one person requests and is granted professional help from a qualified source
fiduciary relation - the legal relation that exists when one person justifiably places reliance on another whose aid or protection is sought in some matter
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The court concluded the Japanese government had failed in its duty to transport passengers safely as a legal relation, similar to a legal contract between transporters and passengers, was established between the government and the passengers at that time.
ATHE law presumes there is no legal relation between relatives which, in your case, would mean there would be no legal obligation on your brother to pay the money back.
Name withheld ATHE law presumes there is no legal relation between relatives which, in your case, would mean there would be no legal obligation on your brother to pay the money back.
"If the government or the NPS were to have a direct legal relation with Elliott, the fund's claim may make sense, but the NPS's action did not prevent Elliott from exerting its rights," Song said.
According to those authors who prefer that the order in definition begins with the creditor, the civil obligation is defined as the legal relation where one party, called creditor has the legal possibility to claim to the other party, called debtor, to execute his performance or performances to which he is bond, under the sanction of state coercion (Pop, 2006: 5).
The Conference welcomed the establishment of cooperation between OIC and the Council of Turkic Speaking States with a view to creating a legal relation in the future.
or mental facts that bring a certain legal relation into being with that
persona corresponding to the legal relation. Finally, I discuss the
Probably about one-half are citizens in the towns where they reside, while the remainder have retained their legal relation of wards of the state."
If property is a bundle of rights, then a bare legal relation
The civil obligation is defined in the 2009 Romanian Civil Code as a legal relation on the basis of which one party, called a debtor, is bound to perform a promise (either positive or negative) for the other party, called a creditor, and the latter is entitled to receive the benefit of the promise (art.
Similarly, a power is one's affirmative "control" over a given legal relation as against another; whereas an immunity is one's freedom from the legal power or "control" of another as regards some legal relation.

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