Non-insolvency proceedings in which an applicant or creditor attempts to submit its claim to a debtor`s future wages. In other words, the creditor requests that part of the debtor`s future salary be paid to him for a debt owed to him. The term register is also used to refer to the official responsible for keeping these registers. A written, verbatim record of what was said either in a proceeding such as a trial or during another formal conversation such as a hearing or oral testimony A register contains various types of publicly available information, such as births, dates, and marriages. To define a legal term, enter a word or phrase below. REGISTER, proof. A book containing a register of facts kept by the authorities; a list of births, weddings and funerals. 2. Although not originally intended for evidentiary purposes, public records are generally admissible to prove the facts to which they relate. 3.In Pennsylvania, the birth register created by a state religious society is proof by deed of assembly, but it must be proven as in common law. 6 binn. No. 416.

A copy of the register of births and deaths of the Society of Friends in England, proved ex parte before the Lord Mayor of London, could be produced as proof of a person`s death; 1 Dall. 2; and a copy of a church book in Barbados, certified by the rector, proved by the oath of a witness, made before the assistant secretary of the island and notary, under his hand and seal, was declared admissible to prove parentage; The handwriting and the secretary`s office are proven. 10 Serg. & Rawle, 383. 4. In North Carolina, a parish register of births, marriages, and deaths kept under North Carolina law is proof of the family tree. 2 Murpheys R. 47. 5. In Connecticut, a church book was received as evidence. 2 Wurzel, r.

99. See 15 John. No. 226. See 1 Phil. Ev. 305; 1 Curt. R.

755; 6 Eccl. R. 452; VOC. on Conv. Ev. 304. Every person who records verbatim what is said in court, usually by means of a stenographic, stenographer or sound recording, and then, on request, produces a transcript of the proceedings. A sentence imposed by a court of law on an accused convicted of a crime. REGISTER, customary law. the certificate of professional identity issued to the person or persons authorized for that purpose by the Collector of the district, indicating the port to which a ship or vessel is to belong; Specifically, the recording itself.

For the form, requirements and certificate of registration, see Act of Con. 31 Dec. 1792; Story`s Laws U. S. 269 3 Kent, Com. 4th ed. 141. A debt for which the Insolvency Code makes it possible to remove the personal liability of the debtor. Special conditions imposed by the court to compel a person to undergo an examination and treatment for a mental disorder. Treatment may include psychiatric, psychological and sexual offence-specific assessments, inpatient or outpatient counselling, and medication.

A bankruptcy case in which the debtor is a company or an individual who has an interest in a business and the debts are intended for commercial purposes. Bankruptcy proceedings initiated to reduce or eliminate debt, which is primarily consumer debt. A jury or judge decision that determines the guilt or innocence of a defendant or determines the final outcome of a civil proceeding. A charge on certain immovable property intended to guarantee the payment of a debt or the performance of an obligation. A debtor may still be liable for a lien after debt relief. A written statement describing why a debtor owes money to a creditor, usually indicating the amount of money owed. (There is an official form for this.) 1. The question of the dispute between the parties to a dispute; 2.

To be sent officially, such as in a court that makes an order. The formal decision of a court to finally settle the dispute between the parties to the dispute. A court order preventing one or more named parties from acting. An injunction is often issued to allow for a finding of fact so that a judge can determine whether a permanent injunction is warranted. Instructions from a judge to the jury before it begins deliberations on the substantive questions to be answered and the legislation to be applied. A particular type of Chapter 11 case where there is no creditor committee (or the creditor committee is deemed inactive by the court) and the debtor is subject to stricter supervision by the U.S. trustee than other Chapter 11 debtors. The Insolvency Code contains certain provisions to shorten the period of bankruptcy of a debtor of a small business. A formal application for federal bankruptcy protection. (There is an official form for bankruptcy filings.) Possibility of conviction in federal courts. With probation, instead of sending a person to prison, the court releases the person into the community and orders them to undergo a period of supervision supervised by a U.S.

probation officer and comply with certain conditions. Certain assets belonging to an individual debtor that the debtor may retain with unsecured creditors under the applicable bankruptcy law or state law. For example, in some states, the debtor may be able to pay all or part of the equity at his principal residence (exemption from family ownership) or some or all of the «business tools» he uses to make a living (i.e. automotive tools for an auto mechanic or dental tools for a dentist). The availability and amount of assets that the debtor can discharge depends on the State in which the debtor lives. Has not been the subject of a court decision because the controversy has not actually arisen or ended Bankruptcy judges on regular active duty in each district; a unit of the District Court. The Sentencing Reform Act 1984 abolished probation in favour of a particular penal system, in which the level of punishment is determined by penal directives. Now, without the possibility of parole, the court-imposed jail sentence is the actual time the person spends in prison. A special court-imposed condition requires a person to stay home except for certain approved activities, such as work and doctor`s appointments.

Home placement may include the use of electronic monitoring devices – a transmitter attached to the wrist or ankle – to ensure the person stays home as needed. A bankruptcy case filed either without a timetable or with incomplete schedules listing few creditors and debts. (Face slides are often filed to delay an eviction or foreclosure A written document prepared by the debtor under Chapter 11 or another plan promoter to provide creditors with «reasonable information» to assist them in assessing the Chapter 11 reorganization plan. Evidence suggesting that an accused did not commit the crime. Place paper in the official custody of the court clerk for inclusion in the files or files of a case. 1. The process of questioning a witness` testimony. For example, if the lawyer can prove that the witness fabricated parts of his or her testimony, the witness is called an «accused.» 2. The constitutional process by which the House of Representatives can «impeach» (charge) senior federal government officials, who are then convicted by the Senate. Dispute resolution procedure outside the courtroom. Most alternative dispute resolution methods are non-binding and involve referring the case to a neutral party such as an arbitrator or mediator. Transfer of a debtor`s assets with the debtor`s consent.

Latin, which means «you have the body». A writ of habeas corpus is usually a court order that requires law enforcement to produce a detainee they are holding and to justify the detainee`s continued detention. Federal judges receive habeas corpus petitions from state prison inmates who claim their prosecutor`s office violated state-protected rights in some way. A person or entity to whom the debtor owes money or claims to be owed to the debtor. A bankruptcy application filed jointly by a husband and wife. The legal classification of unsecured claims in the Insolvency Code, which determines the order in which unsecured claims are paid when there is not enough money to pay all unsecured claims in full. Person responsible for administering a Chapter 13 file. The responsibilities of a Chapter 13 Director are similar to those of a Chapter 7 Director; However, a trustee under Chapter 13 has the additional responsibility of supervising the debtor`s plan, receiving payments from debtors, and making payments from the plan to creditors. The exemption of a debtor from personal liability for certain excusable debts. Notable exceptions to excusability include taxes and student loans. Debt relief relieves a debtor of personal liability for certain debts, called excusable debts, and prevents creditors who owe those debts from taking action against the debtor or the debtor`s assets to collect the debts. Debt relief also prohibits creditors from communicating with the debtor about the debt, including through telephone calls, letters and personal contacts.

Evidence presented orally by witnesses during the trial or before grand juries. The release of an inmate – granted by the U.S. Parole Board – after the inmate has served part of his sentence in a federal prison. If the probation officer is released into the community, he or she will be placed under the supervision of an American probation officer. A legal procedure to deal with the debt problems of individuals and companies; in particular, a case filed under one of the chapters of title 11 of the United States Code.