What is a lawful document?
In accordance with the dictionary, a lawful document is a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right. It is synonymous with a legal instrument, official document, instrument document, papers, composed document or creating that provides information (especially information of an official nature).
What are some common legal files?
Articles incorporation – a legal document that generates a business organization; it is filed with a state by the founders of a company and is regulated by the laws of the state
derivative instrument, derivative – a financial instrument whose value is founded on another security
negotiable instrument – an unconditional order or promise to spend an amount of money
passport – a record issued by a country to a citizen allowing that individual to travel abroad and reenter the house country
ship’s papers – official papers which a ship is lawfully required to have; associated to ownership, cargo, etc.
manifest – a customs document listing the contents place on a boat or plane
debenture – a certificate or voucher acknowledging a debt
power of attorney – a legal instrument authorizing someone to do something as the grantor’s representative
letters of administration – legal document naming someone to manage an estate when no executor continues to be named
work papers, work permit, working papers – a legal document giving information required for employment of certain individuals in specific states
act, enactment – a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body
law – legal document setting forth rules governing a specific kind of activity; “there’s a regulation against kidnapping”
bill, measure – a statute in draft before it becomes law; “they held a community hearing on the expenses”
brief, legal brief – a document stating the reality and questions of law of a customer’s case testament, will – a legal document declaring somebody’s wishes regarding the disposition in their property when they expire
living will – a document published by someone still lawfully capable requesting that he should be let to expire if subsequently severely handicapped or enduring terminal sickness; “after he found he had HIV he drew up a living will”
Trust deed, trust deed – a written instrument officially conveying property to a trustee often used to secure an obligation such as a mortgage or promissory note
conveyance – file effecting a property transfer
income tax return, return, tax-return – document giving the tax-collector details about the taxpayer’s tax liability; “his revenues was enough that he had to file a tax-return”
license, permit, licence – a legal document giving official permission to do something
letters patent, patent – an official document granting a right or privilege
judgement, legal opinion, opinion, judgment – the legal document stating the grounds for a judicial decision; “opinions usually are written by one judge”
authorisation, authority, mandate – a document giving an official instruction or command
affidavit – written declaration made under oath; a written statement sworn to be true before someone lawfully authorized to administer an oath
written agreement – a legal document summarizing the contract between parties
bill of indictment, indictment – a formal document written for a prosecuting attorney charging a person with some offense
impeachment – a formal document charging a public official with misconduct in office
arraignment – a legal document calling someone to court to answer an indictment legislation, jurisprudence – the group of rules imposed by authority; “civilization presupposes respect for the regulation”; “the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order”
The state capital of Arizona is Phoenix. The first Capitol building, with its distinctive copper dome, was dedicated in 1901 (construction was completed for $136,000 in 1-900), when the place was still a territory. Phoenix became the official state money with Az’s entry to the union in 1912. The Home of Reps and Senate buildings were dedicated in 1960, and an Executive Office Building was devoted in 1974 (the ninth ground of the building is where the Office of the Governor is located). The original Capitol building was changed into a museum.
The Capitol complex is fronted and emphasized by the richly landscaped Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, named after Wesley Bolin, a governor who died in office in the ’70s. Numerous monuments and memorials are on the site, for example, anchor and sign mast from the USS Arizona (one of the U.S. Navy ships sunk in Pearl Harbor), a granite model of the Ten Commandments, and the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
What is a lawful document?