Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Recorder

Legal :- A Recordership appointment, which carries almost the same powers as a circuit judge, is made by The Queen, and lasts for five years. Recorders generally sit for between four and six weeks a year, and normally spend the rest of the time in private practice as barristers or solicitors.

Crown Copyright. Material taken from the Ministry of Justice. Reproduced under the terms and conditions of the Click-Use Licence.

<- Go Back
Business Terms Home page

Search Jargon and Terms Database

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z

Search Term   

Tenancy agreement Expert witness Core Competencies
Case Official Receiver Margin Scheme
Phishing Market Research Disciplinary procedure
Ad infinitum Visible Trade Non sequitur
Tender Fiduciary Business Impact
Back Office Melt Value Underwrite
Gazundering Leu Capital expenditure
Inventory Residence Activities of daily living (ADL)
Variance Ward of Court Money Trail
Junk mail Lord Chief Justice End Use
Intermediate Consumption Without Prejudice Rulebase
House Organ Stay Payroll
Exchange Rate The Crown Double Entry Accounting

Term created / updated 2008-01-01 13:37:24

Knowledge is the key to success. That is why we have gone to great lengths to get you these business terms and jargon, and explain them in Plain English. Its very easy to comprehend. Learn to understanding and know your business jargon. This will keep you informed among your peers. Bookmark Your business dictionary.

Copyright © 2004-2021 Scopulus Limited. All rights reserved.