1Arbitrary: In an “arbitrary” manner, as fixed or done capriciously or
at pleasure; without adequate determining principle, not founded in the nature of things; non-rational not done or acting
according to reason or judgment; depending on the will alone; absolutely in power; capriciously; tyrannical; despotic; Cornel
va. Swisher County, Tex. Civ.Ap., 78 S.W.3d 1072, 1074. Without fair, solid, and substantial use; that is,
without cause based upon the law. U.S. v. lotempio, D.C.N.Y., 58 F.2d 358, 359; not governed by any fixed rules or standard. People
exrel. Hultman v. Gilchrist, 188 N.Y.S. 61, 64, 114 Misc. 651.
2Prima facie: At first sight; in the first appearance; in the face
of it; so far as can be judged from the first disclosure; presumably; a fact presumed to be true unless disproved by some
evidence to the contrary. State ex
rel. Herbert v. Whims, 68 Ohio App. 39, 38 N.E.2d 596, 599.
3Ab Initio: From the beginning; from the first act; entirely,
as to all the acts done in the inception. A party may be said to be a trespasser, an
estate to be good, an agreement or deed to be void, or marriage to be unlawful, ab initio. Plow. 61, 16a; 1 Bl.Comm. 440; Hopkins v. Hopkins,
10 Johns. (N.Y.) 369. (before contrasted with this sense with ex post facto)
4Colorable:That which has or gives color. That
which is in appearance only, and not in reality, what it purports to be. Counterfeit, feigned, having the appearance of truth.
Ellis v. Jones, 73 Colo. 516, 216 P. 257, 258.
5Power Of Attorney:A private attorney authorized by another to act in
his place and stead, either for some particular purpose, as to do a particular act, or for the transaction of business in
general, not of a legal character.
6Wardship: In military tenures, the right of the lord to have custody, as guardian
of the body and lands of the infant heir, without any account of profits, until he was twenty-one or she sixteen.
In socage the guardian was accountable for profits; and he was not the lord, but the nearest relative to whom the inheritance
could not descend, and the wardship ceased at fourteen. In copyholds, the lord was the guardian, but was
perhaps accountable for profits.
7Minority: The state or condition of a minor; infancy.
8Abandonment: The surrender, relinquishment, disclaimer, or cession of property or of rights. Voluntary relinquishment
of all right, title, claim and possession, with the intention of not reclaiming it. The
giving up of a thing absolutely, without reference to any particular person or purpose, as vacating property with the intention of not returning, so that it may be appropriated by the next comer or finder.
Intention to forsake or relinquish the thing is an essential element, to be proved by visible acts. The
voluntary relinquishment of possession of a thing by owner with intention of terminating his ownership, but without vesting
it in any other person. The relinquishing of all title, possession, or claim, or a virtual, intentional
throwing away of property.
Abandonment includes both
intention to abandon and the external act by which the intentions carried into effect. In determining whether
one has abandoned his property or rights, the intention is the first and paramount object of inquiry, for there can be no
abandonment without the intention to abandon. Generally, “abandonment’ can arise form a single
act or form a series of acts.
Time is not an essential element of “abandonment”,
although the lapse of time may be evidence of an intention to abandon, and where it is accompanied by acts
manifesting such an intention, it may be considered in determining whether there has been an abandonment.
“Abandonment” differs from surrender in that surrender requires an agreement,
and from forfeiture, in that forfeiture may be against the intention of the party alleged to have forfeited
9Color: An appearance,
semblance, or simulacrum, as distinguished from that which his real. A prima facie or apparent right.
Hence, a deceptive appearance; a plausible, assumed exterior, concealing a lack of reality; a disguise
or pretest. Railroad Co. v. Allfree, 63 Iowa 500,
30 N.W. 779; Broughton v. Haywood, 61 N.C. 383; Wilt v.
Bueter, 186 Ind. 98, 111 N.E. 926, 929. In pleading. Ground
of action admitted to subsist in the opposite party by the pleading of one of the parties to an action, which is so set out
as to be apparently valid, but which is in reality legally insufficient.
That semblance or presumption
of authority sustaining the acts of a public officer which his derived from his apparent title to the office of from a writ
or other process in his hands apparently valid and regular. State v. Oates, 86 Wis. 634,
57 N.W. 296, 39 Am.St.Rep. 912.
involuntary admission to overcome power of resistance through threat, duress, and coercion to unlawfully
obtain money from another.
Conspiracy: A combination or an agreement between two or more
persons, for accomplishing an unlawful end or a lawful end by unlawful means.
of “conspiracy: is an agreement, together with an overt act, to do an unlawful act, or do a lawful act in an unlawful
manner. Actors may drop out, and others drop in; details may change from time to time; the members need
not know each other or the part played by others; a member need not know all the details of the plan or the operations;
he must, however, know the purpose of the conspiracy and agree to become a party to a plan to effectuate that purpose.
Further, conspiracy is a consultation or agreement between two or more persons either falsely to accuse
another of a crime punishable by law; or wrongfully to injure or prejudice a third person or any body of men, in any manner;
or to commit any offense punishable by law; or to do any act with intent to prevent the course of justice; or to effect a
legal purpose with
a corrupt intent, or by improper means.
12 Rescission of Contract: Annulling or abrogation or unmaking of contract and the placing of the parties to it in the status quo. Sessions v. Meadow, 13 Cal.App.2d 748, 57 P.2d 548, 549,
Kunde v. O’Brian, 214 Iwoa 921, 243 N.W. 594, 595. It necessarily involves a
repudiation of the contract and a refusal of the moving party to be further bound by it. Wall v. Zynda, 283 Mich. 260, 278 N.QW. 66, 68, 114 A.L.R. 1521.
13 Dissolve: To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose
the binding force of anything. As to “Dissolve a corporation” to “dissolve an injunction.”
14 Dissolution In Contracts: The dissolution of a contract is the cancellation
or abrogation of it by the parties themselves, with the effect of annulling the binding force of the agreement, and restoring
each part to his original rights. In this sense it is frequently used in the phrase dissolution of a partnership.”
Williston v. Camp, 9 Mont. 88, 22 P.501.
15 Dissolution In Practice: The act of rendering a legal proceeding null, abrogating
or revoking it; unloosing its constraining force; as when an injunction is dissolved by the court.
. 16 Dissolution Of Corporation:
The dissolution of a corporation is the termination of its existence
as a body politic. This may take place n several ways; as by at of the legislature,
where that is constitutional by surrender or forfeiture of its charter; by expiration
of it charter by lapse of time; by proceedings for winding it up under the law; by loss
of all its members or their reduction below the statutory limit. New York Title & Mortgage Co. v.
Friedman, 276 N.Y.S. 72, 153 Misc. 697; Bruun v. Katz Drug Co., 351 Mo. 731,
173 S.W. 2d 906, 909.
17 Disclaimer: The repudiation
or renunciation of a claim or power vested in a person or which he had formerly alleged to be his. The
refusal, or rejection of an estate or right offered to a person. The disavowal, denial, or renunciation
of an interest, right, or property imputed to a person or alleged to be his. Also the declaration, or the
instrument, by which such disclaimer is published. Moores v. Clackamas County,
40 Or. 536, 67 P. 662.
18 Disclosure: Revelation; the imparting of that
which is secret. Commonwealth v. Chesapeake & O. Ry. Co., 137 Va. 526, 130
S.E. 506, 509.
19 Negotiable Instruments:
An instrument embodying an obligation for the payment of money is called “negotiable” when the legal title
to the instrument itself and to the whole amount of money expressed upon its face, with the right to sue therefore in his
own name, may be transferred from one person to another without a formal assignment, but by mere endorsement and delivery
by the holder or by delivery only. 1 Daniel, Nego. Inst. 1; Walker
v. Ocean Bank, 19 Ind. 247; Robinson v. Wilkinson, 38 Mich. 299.
Any written securities which
may be transferred by indorsement and delivery or by delivery merely, so as to vest in the indorsee the legal title, and thus
enable him to sue thereon in his own name.
20 Adhesion: Joining, leagued with, cleaving to.
21 Nunc Pro Tunc: Now for then. Nunc pro tunc entry is an entry made
now of something actually previously done to have effect of former date; office being not to supply omitted
action, but to supply omission in record of action really had but omitted through inadvertence or mistake.
.22 Abrogate: To annul, repeal, or destroy; to annul or repeal
an order or rule issued by a subordinate authority; to repeal a former law by legislative at, or by usage.
23 Color-of-Law: The appearance or semblance, without
the substance, of legal right. State v. Brechler, 185 Wis. 599, 202 N.W. 144, 148.
24 Color Of Office:
An act unjustly done by the countenance
of an office, being grounded upon corruption, to which the office is as a shadow and color. Plow.
64. Day v. National Bond & Investment Co., Mo.App., 99 S.W.2d 117, 119.
A claim or assumption
of right to do an act by virtue of an office, made by a person who is legally destitute of any such right. Feller v. Gaes, 30 Or. 543, 67
P. 416, 56 , R.A. 630, 91 Am.St.Rep. 492; Citizens’ Bank of Colquitt v. American Surety Co. of New York, 174 Ga. 852,
164 S.E. 817; Pontiac Trust Co. v. Newell, 266 Mich. 490, 254 N.W. 178, 181.
25 Civil Liter Mortus: Civilly dead; dead in the view of the law. The condition of one who has lost his civil
rights and capacities, and is accounted dead in law.26 In Full Life: Continuing in both physical
and civil existence; that is, neither actually dead or civiliter mortuus.
26 In Full Life: Continuing in both physical and civil existence;
that is, neither actually dead or civiliter
Res Judicata: A matter adjudged; a thing judicially acted upon or
decided; a thing or matter settled by judgment. A phrase of the civil law, constantly
quoted in the books. Rules that final judgment or decree on merits by court of competent
jurisdiction is conclusive of rights
of parties or their privies in all later suits on points and matters determined in former suit. And to be applicable, requires identity in thing sued for as well as identity
of cause of action, of persons and parties to action, and of quality in person for or against whom claim is made. The sum substance of the whole
rule is that a matter once judicially decided is finally decided.
is in regards to ‘Stare Decisis’ case laws, which apply to ALL states and several states, etc. This is distinguished
with Estoppel as it is the basis upon a cause and need for an Estoppel, the intent of an Estoppel in its broadest sense is
penalty paid by one perpetrating wrong [defacto court adminstrators] by known fraud or by affirmative act which, though with
(or without) fraudulent intent, may result in legal fraud on another. This is what is being done in most of the defacto fraudulent
courts in that they violate the law against the people, yet they are deemed to know the law by their very position and seats
they sit in.