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Legal Doctrines and Principles

Legal Doctrines and Principles

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Legal doctrines and principles

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Abstention doctrine Abstraction principle (law) Acquiescence Act of State doctrine Adequate and independent state ground Assignment of income doctrine Assumption of risk Attractive nuisance doctrine Audi alteram partem

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Command responsibility Comparative negligence Consideration Contra proferentem Contributory negligence Corporate opportunity Correlative rights doctrine

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Doctrine of repair and reconstruction Doctrine of res judicata Doctrine of tenure Dual sovereignty doctrine Due process Duty of care Duty to rescue Duty to retreat

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Beneficium inventarii Benefit of the inventory Best interests Blue pencil doctrine Boulevard rule Legal burden of proof

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Calculus of negligence Capacity (law) Carltona doctrine Castle doctrine Caveat emptor Caveat venditor Clausula rebus sic stantibus

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Desuetude Discovery doctrine Doctrine of cash equivalence Doctrine of chances Doctrine of colourability Doctrine of discovery Doctrine of equivalents Doctrine of exoneration of liens Doctrine of foreign equivalents Doctrine of indivisibility Doctrine of inherency Doctrine of international exhaustion Doctrine of merger Doctrine of nonderogation from grants Doctrine of privity

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Economic substance Eggshell skull Emergency Eminent domain Enrolled bill doctrine Enterprise liability Equitable tolling Erga omnes Erie doctrine Essential facilities doctrine Estoppel Estoppel by acquiescence Evasion (law) Ex turpi causa non oritur actio Exclusionary rule Executive privilege Exhaustion doctrine

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Fair use Finality (law)

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Firm offer First-sale doctrine Fleeing felon rule Forum non conveniens Fruit of the poisonous tree Frustration of purpose Functionality doctrine

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Jenkins-Laporte Doctrine Judicial deference Judicial discretion Judicial review Jurisprudence constante Just War

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Good faith Good-faith exception

Ker–Frisbie Doctrine

Merger doctrine (civil procedure) Merger doctrine (copyright law) Merger doctrine (family law) Merger doctrine (property law) Merger doctrine (trust law) Mirror image rule Mistake (contract law) Mootness

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Habitability

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Idea-expression divide Ignorantia juris non excusat Illinois Brick doctrine Implied license Implied powers Implied repeal Implied terms Imputation (law) In loco parentis Inequality of bargaining power Inevitable disclosure Inherent Powers Inherent jurisdiction Internal affairs doctrine Invitation to treat

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Laches (equity) Last clear chance Last injurious exposure rule Law of the case Learned intermediary Legal certainty Living tree doctrine Loss of chance in English law

Natural and legal rights Ne bis in idem Necessity Negligence Nemo iudex in causa sua Nolle prosequi Nondelegation doctrine Nulla poena sine lege Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali Nuremberg Principles

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Mailbox rule Male captus bene detentus Market share liability Mater semper certa est Maxims of equity Medical necessity Meeting of the minds Merger doctrine Merger doctrine (antitrust law)

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Odious debt Offer and acceptance Open fields doctrine Open mines doctrine

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Public trust doctrine

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Pacta sunt servanda Paramountcy Parker immunity doctrine Parol evidence rule Peremptory norm Plain view doctrine Police power Political question Posting rule Pre-existing duty rule Precautionary principle Presumption Presumption of constitutionality Presumption of innocence Principle of conferral Principle of legality Principle of opportunity Principles of natural justice Privity (law) Privity of contract Proper law Proportionality (law) Proportionality (political maxim) Proximate cause Public policy doctrine

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Qualified immunity Quantum meruit Qui facit per alium facit per se

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Subsidiarity Substance over form Substantial certainty doctrine Substantial truth Suspect classification

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Reasonable doubt Reasonable person Remoteness in English law Res ipsa loquitur Res judicata Rescue doctrine Respondeat superior Ripeness Rule of least privilege

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Tea Rose – Rectanus doctrine Tender Years Doctrine Terra nullius Territorial principle Tipsy Coachman Tolling (law)

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Unclean hands Unconscionability Undue hardship Undue influence Universal jurisdiction

Scrivener's error Scènes à faire Sovereign immunity Spider in the web doctrine Stadtluft macht frei Standard of care Standing (law) Stare decisis Stopping the clock

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Vicarious liability Volenti non fit injuria

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