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.
Questions involving children, typically in relation to family-law. For questions about legal rights and responsibilities of young humans consider using tag "minor" instead.
Questions concerning the laws, criminal justice system, civil court procedures and related topics specific to the country of Chili.
Questions concerning the laws, criminal justice system, civil court procedures and related topics specific to the People's Republic of China (PRC). Not to be be confused with Taiwan: the Republic of …
An arrest or detention of a suspected offender by an individual who is not a police officer or other sworn law enforcement official. Legislation is jurisdiction-dependent so please add a location tag.
Regarding "membership" among a country's "nationals," with rights and privileges bestowed upon them according to that country's laws, such as voting and other similar rights.
Questions related to the City of London - the small region in the centre of Greater London which houses the financial district, St Paul's Cathedral, the Old Bailey, and other notable sites. Questio…
For questions relating to non-criminal legal branch of [common-law] legal systems. Not to be confused with [civil-legal-system], relating to civilian or Roman law.
Civil law is a legal system originating in Continental Europe based on a codified set of principles that serve as the primary source of law. Often contrasted with the common law system, which originat…
For questions relating to the rules and procedures courts follow in civil cases.
a legal action on behalf of a "class" of people (e.g. employees of a certain company), rather than an individual.
Questions related to debt collection.
Questions concerning the laws, criminal justice system, civil court procedures and related topics specific to the state of Colorado.
The buying and selling of goods and services
For questions regarding English common law, or legal systems based on judge-made law descended from it.
Things held jointly by "tenants-in-common." May also refer to community-property.