Non Liability Certificate Law and Legal Definition
Non liability certificate shows that no dues are outstanding in the name of the incumbent. Non liability certificate is a legal document usually accepted in governmental and financial institutions. It is considered as reliable evidence in judicial proceedings.
In case of sale of immovable property, a purchaser demands non-liability certificate from the seller, to make sure that the property that is intended to purchase is free from encumbrances.
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Related Legal Terms
- Ab Abusu Ad Usum Non Valet Consequentia
- Ab Assuestis Non Fit Injuria
- Absoluta Sententia Expositore Non Indiget
- Absolute Liability
- Accessorium Non Ducit Sed Sequitur Suum Principale
- Accountants Professional Liability Insurance
- Accrued Liability
- Actus Me Invite Factus Non Est Meus Actus
- Actus Non Facit Reum Nisi Mens Sit Rea
- Ad Quaestiones Facti Non Respondent Judices; Ad Quaestione Legis Non Respondent Juratores