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Abstract of Title a history of the title to a piece of property, with all conveyances, transfers, encumberances, and liens.
Accessory a person who contributes to the commission of a crime in a minor way.
Accident an unforeseen event, even one due to the negligence of another.
Accomplice a person who contributes to the commission or attempted commission of a crime in a major way so as to be held accountable for the same crime.
Accounting, Action for a lawsuit brought by one business partner against another in order to see a formal accounting statement of the partnership.
Accusation a criminal charge against a person or corporation.
Accuse to bring a formal criminal charge against a person or corporation.
Accused the person who is charged with a criminal offense; the defendant.
Acquit to set free from a criminal charge.
Action (at law) a judicial proceeding brought by one person against another or a corporation to get compensation for a wrong or stop the other party from committing a wrong; to prosecute.
Actionable Wrongful behavior that may provide reasons for a law suit.
Actus Reus A "wrongful deed," "guilty act" or "deed of crime." All crimes have two elements: performing the act (actus reus), and the intent to commit the act (mens rea).
Affidavit A written statement sworn to be true before an authorized officer such as a notary public.
Appeal Procedure where a party to a legal proceeding asks a higher court to reverse or modify a lower court's decision.
Arbitration Dispute resolution by a third party who has been chosen by opposing parties who agree to abide by the decision.
Arraignment The initial appearance of the defendant before the court where charges are read.
Articles of Incorporation The basic rules and laws governing the operation of a company.
Assets Total resources or property of a person or business, such as cash, notes and accounts receivable, securities, inventories, goodwill, or real estate.
Attorney-Client Privilege The right of a person and duty of his attorney to keep their communications confidential.
Audit The official examination of financial accounts.


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