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NALS CH.7_500801

Brief A memorandum of material facts, points of law, precedents, etc., prepared to familiarize the court with the facts and the law of a particular case.
Citation A legal authority, such as a constitution, statute, case, or other authoritative source, which is used to support a written legal document.
Conform(ed)(ing) To comply with rules, standards, or laws.
Execute(ing) To complete; to sign; to carry according to its terms.
Law Blank A printed legal form available for preparing documents.
Legal Backing Heavy paper longer than the document and typically made of colored stock
Legal Cap Ruled legal paper.
Sic Latin term placed in parentheses following any mistake in quoted material to indicate that the mistake appears in the original.
Table of Authorities A table of sources used in constructing a brief, including constitutions, statutes, case law, and other references structured according to strict rules about the order and display of each reference.
Testimonium Clause The clause of a deed or a legal instrument immediately preceding the signatures that reads: "In witness whereof the parties hereunto have caused this instrument to be properly executed the day and year first above written.
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