What does a Crim R mean?
Australian Criminal Reports
A Crim R – Australian Criminal Reports.
What does ATS mean in law?
at the suit of
ATS – abbreviation: “at the suit of”. It standard practice for legal practitioners in correspondence and filing to refer to their client first.
What does CH stand for in law?
Ch – Law Reports, Chancery Division (Third Series)
What does APG mean in court?
Agricultural Produce Grading Act
Abbr. provincial act description
|APG||Agricultural Produce Grading Act|
What does RV mean in court?
Citations of criminal cases This example will explain the key elements of the legal citation: Example: R v Carroll (2002) 213 CLR 635; (2002) 194 ALR 1. Name of case is R v Carroll. R or Regina (or Rex) refers to the Crown (Regina or Rex mean “queen” or “king” in latin)
What does LR mean in law?
The Law Reports (LR)
What does DND mean in court?
Department of National Defence
DND means Department of National Defence. Sample 1. Sample 2. Sample 3.
What does R mean in law?
R. stands for “Regina” which is the Latin word for Queen or “Rex” which is the Latin word for King; the “v.” stands for versus or against; in criminal proceedings the name of the case is referred to as, e.g. “R v. Smith” or “The Queen versus Smith”.
What does v The Queen mean?
v = ‘and’ In the citation the ‘v’ separates the parties in a case. the Queen = whenever you see ‘the Queen’ or ‘R’ or ‘Regina’ as the party in a case this indicates it is a criminal case. In this case ‘the Queen’ is the respondent.
What does LJ mean in law?
Lord Justice, Lady Justice
LIP – Litigant in person (sometimes known as self-represented litigant) LJ – Lord Justice, Lady Justice (appearing after the surname)
What does FT mean in BC court?
FT. For Trial. P/S. Used for the first day of a trial on an Information or Indictment when a case is set before a Judge/Justice.
What does AOI mean in court?
1. AOI. Ability, Opportunity, and Intent. Legal, Jurisprudence, Government.
What does N mean in court?
O.R. n. short for “own recognizance,” meaning the judge allowed a person accused in a criminal case to go free pending trial without posting bail. A person so released is often referred to as having been “OR-ed.” O.S.C.
What does RV in court mean?
What does Rex mean in law?
name): the R. stands for “Regina” which is the Latin word for Queen or “Rex” which is the Latin word for King; the “v.” stands for versus or against; in criminal proceedings the name of the case is referred to as, e.g. “R v. Smith” or “The Queen versus Smith”.
How do you refer to a female judge?
In person: In an interview, social event, or in court, address a judge as “Your Honor” or “Judge [last name].” If you are more familiar with the judge, you may call her just “Judge.” In any context, avoid “Sir” or “Ma’am.”
What does AJA stand for in court?
Judges of Appeal are cited in judgments with the surname of the judge followed by “JA”. (The President and Deputy President are cited with a “P” and “DP” respectively, and acting judges are cited with “AJA”.)
What does STW mean in court?
The Skilled & Trained Workforce (“STW”) requirements are qualifications for the building and construction workforce that California law requires on certain projects.