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Warrant of Arrest - What does warrant of arrest mean?

A document issued by a magistrate or judge of the court, authorising the police to arrest the accused.

Warrant of Execution - What is a warrant of execution?

A document instructing the sheriff of the court to attach a person’s property, for example, his/her furniture.

What does it mean when a child is born out of wedlock?

A child whose parents were not married to each other at the time of the child's conception or at any time after the birth of the child.

What does marriage out of community of property with the accrual system mean?

This is identical to a “marriage out of community of property” but the accrual system will be applicable. The accrual system is a formula that is used to calculate how much the larger estate must pay the smaller estate once the marriage comes to an end through death or divorce. Only property acquired during the marriage can be considered when calculating the accrual. The accrual system does not automatically apply and must be included in an ante nuptial contract.  

What does marriage out of community of property without the accrual system mean?

The spouses have their own estates which contain property and debts acquired prior to and during the marriage (“what is mine is mine and what is yours is yours”). Each spouse is separately liable to his/her creditors. Prior to the marriage, an ante nuptial contract must be entered into to indicate that the marriage will be out of community of property. 

What is a Will?

A document in which a person makes sure that his/her belongings are distributed in accordance with his/her wishes after his/her death.


A person who sees or hears something relevant to the criminal offence before court.


WITNESS: a person who sees or hears something relating to the accident.

Work Practices

Something an employer does because s/he wants to, not because s/he has to, for example, holding a year-end function.


Includes the intention to cause damage or negligence that caused damage.


WRONGFUL: includes the intention to cause damage or negligence that caused damage.