Judicial Dictionary - M

Judicial Dictionary

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Mala fidesMala fides signify with or in bad faith. Mala fide is to be alleged with particularity- Assertion of...636
MaliceMalice means unjustified, inexcusable intent to commit a wrongful, legally evil act. Malice is a legal...601
Malicious ProsecutionMalicious prosecution is a merit less civil or criminal action instituted solely to harass the defendant....629
MalikanaMalikana means ownership or ownership rights. Section 3 (The SAT Act, 1950) is clear indicator of the...723
Mandatory injunctionMandatory injunction requiring the performance of some specific act. An injunctive order issued by a...627
MarshallingMarshalling is meant to protect the junior creditor from the effect of choices of enforcement strategy...564
MischiefThe etymology of the word comes from Old French mischief, which means "misfortune,' from mischever, "to...613
MortgageA mortgage is the transfer of an interest in specific immoveable property for the purpose of securing...584
MurderMurder is the intentional killing of a human being. It includes causing serious physical injury leading...559