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INTRO VOCAB 3

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SUBJECT TO REMOVAL, TAKING AWAY, TRANSFER OR DENIAL ALIENABLE
THE ASSERTION, CLAIM, DECLARATION, OR STATEMENT OF A PARTY TO AN ACTION, MADE IN A PLEADING, SETTING OUT WHAT HE EXPECTS TO PROVE ALLEGATION
DOUBLENESS OF MEANING. DUPLICITY, INDISTINCTNESS, OR UNCERTAINTY OF MEANING OF AN EXPRESSION. THE POSSIBILITY THAT SOMETHING CAN BE INTERPRETED IN MORE THAN ONE WAY AMBIGUITY
IMPROVE; CORRECT; CHANGE OR REVIEW AMEND
A REMARK, NOTE, CASE SUMMARY, OR COMMENTARY ON SOME PASSAGE OF A BOOK, STATUTORY PROVISION, COURT DECISION, OR THE LIKE INTENDED TO ILLUSTRATE OR EXPLAIN ITS MEANING ANNOTATION
MADE OR DONE BEFORE MARRIAGE ANTENUPTIAL
RESORT TO A SUPERIOR COURT REVIEW THE DECISION OF AN INFERIOR COURT OR ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY. A COMPLAINT TO A HIGHER TRIBUNAL OF AN ERROR OR INJUSTICE COMMITTED BY A LOWER TRIBUNAL APPEAL
THE PARTY WHO MAKES AN APPEAL FROM ONE COURT OR JURISDICTION TO ANOTHER APPELLANT
DIVIDING SOMETHING UP BY SHARES APPORTIONMENT
SOMETHING THAT BELONGS TO OR IS ATTACHED TO SOMETHING ELSE. FOR EXAMPLE, BOTH A RIGHT OF WAY AND AN BARN MAY BE AN APPURTENANCE TO LAND APPURTENANCES
Created by: thesbaum