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By Bryan A. Garner

Development at the energy of past variations, this variation contains an intensive appendix on felony abbreviations plus 17000 new definitions, rationalization of greater than one thousand law-related abbreviations and acronyms, and is more desirable with West Key Numbers for examine reference.

Concise searchable model of eighth variation, doesn't contain extra entrance subject and appendices present in the entire general edition.

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See HARM. ACCIDENTALIA accidentalia (ak-si-den-tay-lee-<>). [Law Latin “accidental things”] Hist. Incidents of a contract; non-essential contractual terms to which the parties expressly stipulate. Cf. 44 A Black's Law Dictionary (8th ed. 2004) , Page 45 ESSENTALIA. , 7th ed. 1890). ACCIDENTALIA FEUDI accidentalia feudi (ak-si-den-tay-lee-<> fyoo-dI). [Law Latin] Hist. , those that are not essential to the fee (such as building restrictions). Cf. ESSENTIALIA FEUDI. See INJURY. Homicide resulting from a lawful act performed in a lawful manner under a reasonable belief that no harm could occur.

Also termed negotiable-order-of-withdrawal account. [Cases: Banks and Banking 151. S. One of two accounts that balance against each other and cancel each other out when the books are closed. open account. 1. An unpaid or unsettled account. 2. An account that is left open for ongoing debit and credit entries by two parties and that has a fluctuating balance until either party finds it convenient to settle and close, at which time there is a single liability. A preliminary accounting of an executor's or administrator's dealings with an estate.

Cases: Criminal Law 68–77; Homicide 573. S. ] — accessory,adj. — accessoryship,n. “In most jurisdictions, the common-law distinctions between principals and accessories have largely been ab-olished, although the pertinent statutes vary in form and substance. ” 1 Charles E. Torcia, Wharton's Criminal Law § 35, at 202–03 (15th ed. 1993). An accessory who was not at the scene of the crime but knows that a crime has been committed and who helps the offender try to escape arrest or punishment. 18 USCA § 3.

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