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  • The final decree in divorce proceedings which leaves you free to remarry.

  • A schedule listing the documents which set out the history of ownership of a property.

  • To treat someone with cruelty or violence, whether physical or sexual.

  • The person who carries out the cruelty or violence.

  • Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service; which offers a conciliation service for employment disputes.

  • If you issue proceedings, you will receive an acknowledgement of claim confirming that your claim has been accepted by the tribunal.

  • Postponing a fixed hearing date.

  • An Executor must deal with the deceased's assets, ensure the deceased's debts are paid and distribute the estate to the beneficiaries.

  • A road maintained by a local authority.

  • Sexual intercourse of a penetrative nature with another person of the opposite sex whilst married.

  • The amount of a mortgage loan on a property.

  • A lawyer, either a solicitor or barrister, who speaks on your behalf in court.

  • A statement of truth either sworn on the Bible, Koran or other religious book, or Affirmed.

  • Unfavourable treatment on the grounds of someone’s age; or a provision or practice which disadvantages a particular person because of their age and which would tend to disadvantage others in that particular age group.

  • Are often awarded by the tribunal in discrimination cases, where it can be shown that the discriminatory behaviour has been particularly offensive.

  • The person who makes an application either in relation to children matters, financial matters or injunction proceedings.

  • An application is made to the CICA when you wish to ask for a review of a previous decision which has been made.

  • Intentional or recklessly causing harm to another person.