According to 10 CFR 25.5 [Title 10 ? Energy; Chapter I — Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Part 25 — Access Authorization General Provisions], ?Q? access authorization means ?an access authorization granted by the Commission normally based on a single scope background investigation conducted by the Office of Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or other…
QTIP trust refers to qualified terminal interest property trust. It is a testamentary trust established to transfer assets between spouses when one spouse dies. Under this trust the assets are considered part of the surviving spouse?s estate and are therefore not subject to the estate tax on the decedent spouse?s estate.
The term quadrominium refers to a building consisting of four individually owned apartments or living units. It is a four-unit condominium project. In a quadrominium, each of four owners has the facility available for three months a year and is responsible for one-quarter of the facility’s cost.
The phrase, quae contra rationem juris introducta sunt, non debent trahi in consequentiam means those things which have been introduced contrary to the reason of the law ought not to be drawn into precedent. It signifies precedents against law or reason must be set aside. [George Jonas Glass Co. v. Glass Bottle Blowers’ Ass’n, 77…
Quaeitur is a Latin term. It is a term that is generally seen used in English law. When used in the context of English law, it means ?the question is raised?.
Quaelibet concessio fortissime contra donatorem interpretanda est is a legal maxim in Latin. This maxim states that every grant is to be interpreted or construed most strictly against the grantor.
Quaelibet Jurisdictio Cancellos Suos Habet is a legal maxim in Latin. It means ?any jurisdiction whatsoever has its own boundaries.? The maxim states that every jurisdiction has its own limits.
Quaelibet poena corporalis, quamvis minima, major est qualibet poena pecuniaria is a legal maxim in Latin. The maxim states that every corporal punishment, even the least, is greater than any pecuniary punishment.
Quaere means to inquire or query. In legal context, quaere indicates that a person expressing the view that precedes the phrase can not adhere to the hypothesis following it. Generally, the term is used in law textbooks to indicate that a point was dubious or questionable. Quaere is used as a note for suggesting further…
Quaestus is a Latin term. The term refers to gain, acquisition, profit, or advantage. It is a term related to probate law.