general charge


general charge
See general instruction.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • general charge — The charge or instruction of the court to the jury upon the case, as a whole, or upon its general features and characteristics …   Black's law dictionary

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  • charge — verb To impose a burden, duty, obligation, or lien; to create a claim against property; to assess; to demand; to accuse; to instruct a jury on matters of law. To impose a tax, duty, or trust. To entrust with responsibilities and duties (e.g. care …   Black's law dictionary

  • charge — verb To impose a burden, duty, obligation, or lien; to create a claim against property; to assess; to demand; to accuse; to instruct a jury on matters of law. To impose a tax, duty, or trust. To entrust with responsibilities and duties (e.g. care …   Black's law dictionary

  • general instruction — An instruction by the court to the jury of such a nature that it is required, or at least proper, in all cases, for example, the charge that the jury shall consider only the evidence and the instructions given them by the court in arriving at a… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • general manager — A formal term for an executive in charge of a business; the status of a business officer under another title who is actually in the general management of the business. The person to whom the general business of a corporation is entrusted; the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • general — From Latin word genus. It relates to the whole kind, class, or order. Leuthold v. Brandjord, 100 Mont. 96, 47 P.2d 41, 45. Pertaining to or designating the genus or class, as distinguished from that which characterizes the species or individual;… …   Black's law dictionary

  • general — From Latin word genus. It relates to the whole kind, class, or order. Leuthold v. Brandjord, 100 Mont. 96, 47 P.2d 41, 45. Pertaining to or designating the genus or class, as distinguished from that which characterizes the species or individual;… …   Black's law dictionary

  • General Adna Anderson — Anderson, Adna (July 25, 1827, to May 15, 1889). Second Vice President and Engineer in Chief. Office: Tacoma, Washington.Engineer in Chief, February 18, 1880, to January, 1888Born: July 25, 1827, Ridgway, Orleans County, New York.Entered railway… …   Wikipedia


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