Negative Resolutions - Statutory instruments can be introduced by a ‘negative resolution’ procedure (no debate).
Negligence - Negligence, put simply, is failing to meet the standards of a reasonable person.
Negotiation. - A give-and-take situation that takes the form of a discussion or conference in an attempt to reach an agreement or settle a dispute.
Neighbour Principle - An obligation to take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which forseeably could injure your neighbour.
New Absolute Ground For Possession - A method to speed up the possession process in cases where anti-social behaviour or criminality has already been proven by another court.
Next Of Kin - A term used in wills and probate matters.
Nil Rate Band - A term used in wills and probate matters.
No Strike Clauses - No strike clauses are provisions which limit industrial action and strike action in particular.
No Win No Fee - Apart from family or criminal matters, many types of claim are suitable for a conditional fee agreement, commonly known as 'no win, no fee'.
Non Est Factum - Latin for 'this is not my deed'.
Non Qualifying Law Degree - A degree which counts towards the academic stage in a barristers training.
Non-Dangerous Species - An animal normally domesticated in the uk and not classed as dangerous.
Noscitur A Sociis - A word is known by the company it keeps.
Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity - if the court is satisfied that the individual is insane then the verdict is 'not guilty by reason of insanity'.
Notice - An employer must give notice of the termination of an employee's employment.
Novus Actus Interveniens/New Intervening Act - A break in the chain of causation arises where there is a new intervening act or ‘novus actus interveniens’.
Nudum Pactum - A bare, naked contract which has no consideration.