A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
for questions relating to the custody, transfer, and management of money by banks.
Use this for questions about insolvent entities that are unable to repay their creditors, and the processes surrounding this.
In split legal representation jurisdictions, barristers are members of the bar who specialise in courtroom advocacy.
For questions about barter, an economic trade system involving only goods or services and excluding currency.
A criminal offense consisting of offensive or harmful physical contact.
Country in Europe bordering Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Ukraine. Member state of CIS, EAEU, CSTO, OSCE.
Questions concerning the laws, criminal justice system, civil court procedures and related topics specific to the European country of Belgium.
Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ) is a type of affirmative defence an employer can use in a discrimination case in the United States. (It allows discrimination for factors essential to the …
Bigamy is a criminal offense consisting of attempting marriage while already having a living spouse. Also tag [criminal-law] and any applicable jurisdictional tags.
A bill is a piece of legislation that is being considered by a parliament, after which it becomes an Act or statute
Questions about whether contracts, agreements, terms, or conditions are or can bind an entity under the law.
Blockchain is a type of DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology).
Questions concerning the laws, criminal justice system, civil court procedures and related topics specific to the country of Brazil.
For questions regarding breaches (violations) of contracts.
For posts about the crime of Breaking and Entering, or similar crimes. This is a crime where a person enters residence, a building or other enclosed property through force, even very slight force such…
For questions regarding Britain's exit from the European Union, popularly termed 'brexit'. Use with the [united-kingdom] and [european-union] tags, depending on which parties your question refers to.