Legal record definition

Legal record means any petition, docket, motion, finding,
Legal record means any petition, docket, motion, finding, order, judgment, pleading, paper

Examples of Legal record in a sentence

Legal record retention periods, which result e.g. from the German Commercial Code (HGB) or the Tax Code (AO), are taken into account.

Research Note: Legal record useful for tracing property ownership.

Arranged chronologically by date recorded.Research Note: Legal record useful for tracing property ownership.

Vast tracts of land will be held by British Subjects without recognised title, and these will be devised and sold without any Legal record, creating confusion and strife, that I fear will at last baffle the Powers of the executive to control.

This supports the statement mentioned above that knowledge should be tailor-made and adjusted to the specific needs of young farmers living in different regions and kinds of areas, working in different sectors, with different levels of education and from different farm situations.

Record of Decision (ROD): Legal record signed by the U.S. Army and Ohio EPA.

Legal record of the trial on that day, in which the Chamber hearing the case, in view of the lack of time given to prepare the defence, agreed to adjourn the trial and reschedule it for 17 November 1986.

Legal record issued by the authorized body of the country where the foreigner resided prior to coming to Vietnam.

Legal record and statistical report were combined into a single form (the content of the birth record is summarised in Appendix 2).

Research Note: Legal record useful for tracing property ownership and litigation.


More Definitions of Legal record

Legal record means petitions, complaints, motions, and other papers filed in any case; transcripts of testimony taken by the court; and findings,

Related to Legal record

Public record or "public records" shall mean all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, films, sound recordings, magnetic or other tapes, electronic data-processing records, artifacts, or other documentary material, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance in connection with the transaction of public business by any agency of North Carolina government or its subdivisions. Agency of North Carolina government or its subdivisions shall mean and include every public office, public officer or official (State or local, elected or appointed), institution, board, commission, bureau, council, department, authority or other unit of government of the State or of any county, unit, special district or other political subdivision of government.
Medical record means any document or combination of documents, except births, deaths, and the fact of admission to or discharge from a hospital, that pertains to the medical history, diagnosis, prognosis, or medical condition of a patient and that is generated and maintained in the process of medical treatment.
Record means information that is inscribed on a tangible medium or that is stored in an electronic or other medium and is retrievable in perceivable form.
Plat means a map or representation of a subdivision, showing thereon the division of a tract or parcel of land into lots, blocks, streets and alleys or other divisions or dedications.
Vital records means certificates or reports of birth, death, fetal death, marriage, dissolution, annulment, and related data.
Clinical record means a legible electronic or hard-copy history that documents the criteria established for medical records as set forth in rule 441—79.3(249A). A claim form or billing statement does not constitute a clinical record.
Special Record Date for the payment of any Defaulted Interest means a date fixed by the Trustee pursuant to Section 307.
Recorded means that an instrument has been duly entered of record in the office of the recorder of deeds of the county in which the property is situate.
Pupil Records Means both of the following: (1) Any information that directly relates to a pupil that is maintained by LEA and (2) any information acquired directly from the pupil through the use of instructional software or applications assigned to the pupil by a teacher or other local educational LEA employee.