recognizance

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Englisch - Türkisch
kefalet
{i} teminât
bilen
recognizant tanıyan
taahhütname
{i} tanıma
own recognizance
(Kanun) kefaletsiz
recognisance
kefalet
Englisch - Englisch
an acknowledgment entered into before a court with condition to do some particular act
{n} a bond of record, token, badge
An obligation entered into before a court or magistrate duly authorized for that purpose whereby the recognizor acknowledges that he will do some act required by law which is specified therein
The verdict of a jury impaneled upon assize
A token; a symbol; a pledge; a badge
In law, obligation entered into before a court or magistrate requiring the performance of an act (e.g., appearance in court), usually under penalty of a money forfeiture. The most common use of recognizance is in connection with bail in criminal cases. The accused may also be released on his "own recognizance" when no bail is required
Acknowledgment of a person or thing; avowal; profession; recognition
A recognizance differs from a bond, being witnessed by the record only, and not by the party's seal
In legal terminology, a binding promise to do something, such as an undertaking of good behaviour for a specified period, or to give evidence at a specified place on a specified date
{i} (Law, Finance) legal promise or obligation; formal agreement made by a person in court before a judge; money pledged as a bond (also recognisance)
This was an acknowledgement of a transaction made before legal authorities in order to give the transaction force of law It could be applied to the incurrence of a debt, a transfer of real estate (including via testamentary bequest), or certain disclaimers of rights to real estate Recognizances represent a consensual situation, as opposed to the adversarial situations legal authorities more often dealt with, and were intended to avoid subsequent drawn out legal disputes by providing an official registration of the transaction which would settle any future disputes upon reference to the legal record In situations where property involved in a transaction was considered by the law to be jointly owned by a husband and wife (normally this was the case with property owned by a woman prior to the marriage), it was required for the wife to make a personal and free-will acknowledgement (before the authorities) of consent to her husband alienating the property
(law) a security entered into before a court with a condition to perform some act required by law; on failure to perform that act a sum is forfeited
The practice which enables an accused awaiting trial to be released without posting any security other than a promise to appear before the court at the proper time Failure to appear in court at the proper time is a separate crime
a form of bail; a promise made by the accused to the court that he/she will attend all required judicial proceedings and will not engage in further illegal activity or other prohibited conduct as set by the court
An obligation entered into before a court whereby the recognizor acknowledges that he will do a specific act required by law
The accused person's promise to pay a specific amount of money if he or she fails to comply with certain conditions laid down by the court This debt would be in addition to any further charges for failing to appear
The accused person’s promise to pay a specific amount of money if he or she fails to comply with certain conditions set by the court This debt is in addition for any further charges for failing to appear
An obligation of record entered into before some court of record or magistrate duly authorized, with condition to do some particular act, as to appear at the same or some other court, to keep the peace, or pay a debt
recognisance
{i} (Law, Finance) legal promise or obligation; formal agreement made by a person in court before a judge; money pledged as a bond (also recognizance)
recognizance

    Silbentrennung

    re·cog·ni·zance

    Türkische aussprache

    rîkänızıns

    Aussprache

    /rəˈkänəzəns/ /rɪˈkɑːnəzəns/

    Etymologie

    [ ri-'käg-n&-z&n(t) ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, alteration of reconissaunce, from Middle French reconoissance recognition, from reconoistre to recognize.

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