|Prima Facie||A case can be made out on the evidence available|
|Sub Judice||In course of trial|
|Ad Interim||During the intervening period|
Keywords- Plaintiff, Defendant, Prima facie, Sub Judice, Ad Interim.
Asked in Paper II- June 2011
Explanation- Series 18- Legal terms
Plaintiff: – A person who starts a legal action against somebody in a court of law.
Defendant: – Defendant is the person being sued or the person against whom the complaint is filed.
Prima facie: – Based on what appears to be true at first, event though it may be proved false later.
Sub Judice:– In law, Sub Judice, Latin for ‘under judgement’ , means that a particular case or matter is under trial or being considered by a judge or court.
Ad Interim: – For an intervening or temporary period of time. A diplomatic officer who acts in place of an ambassador is called ad Interim.