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OathOath means something declared or promised. A solemn, formal declaration or promise to fulfill a pledge,...514
Obiter dictum[Latin: a remark in passing] Obiter dictum is an opinion voiced by a judge on a point of law not directly...729
ObligationThe term obligation derived from the Roman civil law, defined in the "Institutes" of Justinian as a "legal...532
OffenceOffence is a crime; an act committed contrary to the law as set out in a statute, which varies from country...532
OmbudsmanThe origin of the word is found in Old Swedish umbuðsmann (accusative) and the word umbuds man, meaning...645
Option of PubertyOption of puberty is a right available to repudiate a woman’s marriage—if it occurred while she was...1453
OrdinanceOrdinance means a crime; an act committed contrary to the law as set out in a statute. An ordinance is...550
OwnerThe word, ‘owner’ means the person in whom is vested ownership, dominion, or title of property. He...602