1. Erect –rigidly upright or straight.
  2. Erudite – learned.
  3. Estoppel – the principle which precludes a person from asserting something contrary to what is implied by a previous action or statement of that person or by a previous pertinent judicial determination.
  4. Evacuee – A person evacuated from a place of danger.
  5. Ex gratia –as an act of grace or favour.
  6. Expedient – To prioritize, to rush.
  7. Habeas corpus – a prerogative writ to a person who detains another in custody and which commands him to produce or ‘have the body of that person before him.’
  8. Impugned – dispute the truth, validity or honesty of (a statement or motive); call into question.
  9. In rem – an act, proceeding or right available against the world at large, as opposed to in personam.
  10. Inter alia – among other things
  11. Legal Luminary – a person who inspires or influences other,, especially one prominent in a particular sphere.
  12. Mesne – middle, intervening or tame by nature.
  13. Nocumentum – an annoying, unpleasant or obnoxious thing or practice.
  14. Non-obstante – not with-standing.
  15. Noscitur a socits – a word known by its associates, i.e. the meaning of a word cab be gathered from the context.
  16. Obiter dictum – an incidental and collateral opinion uttered by a judge while delivering a judgement and which is not binding.
  17. Oblivious – Aware.
  18. Ordinance – An authoritative order
  19. Pari material – on the same material.
  20. Pendente lite – during the process of litigation.
  21. Perished –  die, especially in a violent or sudden way.
  22. Per se – by itself.
  23. Pertinent – Relevant or applicable to a matter, apposite.
  24. Plagiarized – the act of appropriating the literary composition of another or parts or passages of his writings, or the ideas or language of the same, and passing them off as the product of one’s own mind.
  25. Plenary – unqualified; absolute.

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