prejudgment

  • 1prejudgment — pre·judg·ment /ˌprē jəj mənt/ adj: occurring before the rendering of judgment a prejudgment attachment Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. prejudgment …

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  • 2Prejudgment — Pre*judg ment, n. The act of prejudging; decision before sufficient examination. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3prejudgment — noun see prejudge …

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  • 4prejudgment — See prejudger. * * * …

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  • 5prejudgment — noun A judgment made before the evidence has been presented …

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  • 6prejudgment — Synonyms and related words: bent, bias, favoritism, forejudgment, inclination, jaundice, jaundiced eye, leaning, one sidedness, partialism, partiality, partisanship, preconception, predilection, prejudice, prepossession, twist, undetachment,… …

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  • 7prejudgment — prɪː dÊ’ÊŒdÊ’mÉ™nt n. act of passing judgment ahead of time, act of sentencing in advance; advance decision, early ruling …

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  • 8prejudgment — n. Prejudice …

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  • 9prejudgment — pre·judg·ment …

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  • 10prejudgment — noun a judgment reached before the evidence is available • Syn: ↑prejudgement • Derivationally related forms: ↑prejudge (for: ↑prejudgement) • Hypernyms: ↑judgment, ↑ …

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  • 11Prejudgment attachment — is a legal remedy that allows recovery of money damages by levying a security interest on the property of the party paying money damages. A writ of attachment is filed to secure debt or claim of the creditor in the event that a judgment is… …

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  • 12prejudgment interest — The interest a creditor is entitled to collect under a loan agreement or by law before going to court and obtaining a judgment against the debtor. Category: Bankruptcy, Foreclosure & Debt → Debt & Collection Agencies Nolo’s Plain English Law… …

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  • 13Prejudgment writ of attachment — A prejudgment writ of attachment may be ordered in a legal action where a plaintiff has demonstrated fraud in the underlying action or that defendant may attempt to hide assets from the court. In this context, a prejudgment writ of attachment… …

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  • 14prejudgment interest — Interest allowed by way of damages, as for the unlawful detention of money found to be due the plaintiff in action for breach of contract or tort. 22 Am J2d Damg § 179 …

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  • 15praejudicium — Prejudgment; prejudice …

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  • 16Prejudice — Prej u*dice, n. [F. pr[ e]judice, L. praejudicium; prae before + judicium judgment. See {Prejudicate}, {Judicial}.] 1. Foresight. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Naught might hinder his quick prejudize. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. An opinion or judgment… …

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  • 172003 Mutual-fund scandal — The mutual fund scandal of 2003 was the result of the discovery of illegal late trading and market timing practices on the part of certain hedge fund and mutual fund companies.pitzer investigationOn September 3, 2003, New York Attorney General… …

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  • 18Provisional remedy — The purpose of a provisional remedy is the preservation of the status quo until final disposition of a matter can occur. Under United States law, FRCP 64 provides with several types of seizure (e.g. garnishment, replevin, attachment) that a… …

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  • 19Subpoena ad testificandum — A subpoena ad testificandum is a court summons to appear and give oral testimony for use at a hearing or trial. The subpoena developed as a creative writ, the writ subpoena , from the Court of Chancery. Writs of many kinds formed the essential… …

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  • 20Writ of attachment — A writ of attachment is a court order to attach or seize an asset. It is issued by a court to a law enforcement officer or sheriff. The writ of attachment is issued in order to satisfy a judgment issued by the court. A prejudgment writ of… …

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