solicitor

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
avukat

Ben, benim avukatıma danıştıktan sonra, kararımı bildireceğim. - I'll let you know my decision after I have consulted my solicitor.

Avukattan vasiyetimi yazmasını rica ettim. - I asked the solicitor to make out my will.

{i} savcı
acente
hukuk danışmanı
talip
istekli
{i} acenta
dilenci/satıcı/avukat
Solicitor General başsavcı
i., İng. avukat
{i} hukuk görevlisi
müddeiumumi
{i} reklâm ajansı
aracı
(Kanun) dava vekili
solicitor general
başsavcı
solicitor general
başsavcı yardımcısı
solicitor general
danıştay başkanı
solicitor general
kraliyet hukuk görevlisi (İng.)
solicitors
(Kanun) hukuk görevlileri
trainee solicitor
stajyer avukat
instruct a solicitor
İng. avukat tutmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In parts of the U.S., the chief legal officer of a city, town or other jurisdiction
In English Canada and in parts of Australia, a type of lawyer who historically held the same role as above, but whose role has in modern times been merged with that of a barrister
A person soliciting sales, especially door to door
In many common law jurisdictions, a type of lawyer whose traditional role is to offer legal services to clients apart from acting as their advocate in court. A solicitor instructs a barrister to act as an advocate for their client in court, although rights of audience for solicitors vary according to jurisdiction
one who represents a client in court of justice; an attorney
{n} one who petitions or acts for another
a British lawyer who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents
In English Canada and in parts of Australia, a type of lawyer who historically held the same role as 1, but whose role has in modern times been merged with that of a barrister
See the Note under Attorney
Legal Professional who acts on behalf of the buyer in the purchase of a house The solicitor will check the legal position of the house, carry out a Local Authority Search, Land Registry and oversee the exchange of contracts between the two parties
An individual appointed and authorized by an agent to solicit and receive applications for insurance as his representative Solicitors are not usually given the power to bind coverage but are required to be licensed (G)
In the United States, a solicitor is the chief lawyer in a government or city department. British lawyer who advises clients, represents them in the lower courts, and prepares cases for barristers to try in higher courts. The education required of a solicitor includes a law school course and five years of apprenticeship with a practicing solicitor. In the U.S. the solicitor general represents the federal government in court, especially the Supreme Court of the United States
In many common law jurisdictions, such as England and Wales, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India, Hong Kong, and Singapore, a type of lawyer whose traditional role is to offer legal services to clients apart from acting as their advocate in court. A solicitor instructs a barrister to act as an advocate for their client in court, although rights of audience for solicitors vary according to jurisdiction
a petitioner who solicits contributions or trade or votes
Insurance professional who sells insurance and collects premiums, but cannot issue or countersign policies
A person, legally qualified who is employed to conduct legal proceedings or to advise on legal matters
a lawyer who does work other than in the courtroom
The person who deals with the conveyancing, even though you can now use Conveyancers (Specialist property solicitors)
A lawyer who advises clients and represents them in legal matters A solicitor may engage a barrister for court work or for specialist advice on behalf of the client •Annulment
= An individual appointed and authorized by an agent to solicit and receive applications for insurance as his representative Solicitors are not usually given the power to bind coverage but are required to be licensed
a person employed by a bail bondsperson for the purpose of assisting the bail bondsperson in presenting the defendant in court when required, or to assist in the apprehension and surrender of defendant to the court or keeping the defendant under necessary surveillance, and to solicit bail bond business, to sign property bonds and assist in other conduct of the business as authorized by the employer bail bondsperson
a British lawyer who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents a petitioner who solicits contributions or trade or votes
In general, one who solicits, as business or charitable donations, etc In insurance, one who acts for an agent in soliciting risks, but who has no authority to bind those risks The solicitor may seek prospects and collect premiums on behalf of the agent
A licensed employee of a fire and casualty agent or broker who may act for the agent or broker in some circumstances
The solicitor or firm of solicitors or other suitable qualified person, firm or company nominated to act for you
An attorney or advocate; one who represents another in court; formerly, in English practice, the professional designation of a person admitted to practice in a court of chancery or equity
In Britain, a solicitor is a lawyer who gives legal advice, prepares legal documents and cases, and represents clients in the lower courts of (Hukuk) Compare barrister
In parts of the U.S., the chief legal officer of a city, town or jurisdiction
One who solicits
The law officer of a city, town, department, or government; as, the city solicitor; the solicitor of the treasury
A Solicitor is the auction participant who is on the opposite side of the Initiator's order If the Initiator is a buyer then the solicitor will enter sell orders for the same security
{i} one who solicits, one who requests, one who petitions; one who offers legal advice to clients and may present petitions to the lower courts but is not a member of the bar (British)
A lawyer
The person who deals with the conveyancing
An employee of an insurance agent or agency who is empowered to sell insurance on behalf of a licensed agent, generally using only those insurers that the agency represents A solicitor usually does not have binding authority, and the business that is generated by a solicitor usually is owned by the agent, not the solicitor
a person, paid or volunteer, who asks for donations on behalf of an organization or cause
A lawyer who advises clients and represents them in lower English courts See barrister
A member of a legal profession qualified to advise clients on personal and business matters
solicitor-client privilege
A common law legal doctrine that protects certain confidential communications between a lawyer and his or her clients
Solicitor General
The Solicitor General in Britain or the United States, or in an American state, is the second most important legal officer, next in rank below an Attorney General. the government law officer next in rank below the attorney general
solicitor general
Government official responsible for presenting before the courts the position of the presidential administration
solicitor general
The second most senior law officer of the colony, a post filled at the time of Eureka by Redmond Barry He was judge at some of the Treason Trials in early 1855
solicitor general
The second senior Scottish law officer and deputy to the Lord Advocate The present Solicitor General is Colin Boyd QC
solicitor general
legal advisor
solicitor general
a law officer appointed to assist an attorney general
barrister and solicitor
An attorney in the common-law provinces of Canada who is licensed to prepare cases and argue them in court
solicitors
plural of solicitor
solicitorship
the position of solicitor
solicitorship
{i} office or duties of a solicitor
solicitor

    Расстановка переносов

    so·lic·i·tor

    Турецкое произношение

    sılîsıtır

    Произношение

    /səˈləsətər/ /səˈlɪsətɜr/

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