Canadian Legal Vocabulary Assessment


Canadian Legal Vocabulary Assessment

Skills Assessment

This Legal Vocabulary test covers a variety of topics such as criminal law, personal injury terminology, general litigation, and wills and estates in Canada. Test takers are asked to determine the proper word or words that fit different scenarios and situations. This test is appropriate to administer to those working within the legal industry and have a general understanding of legal terminology and procedures.


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Total Questions 38
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Estate/Probate
General Law
Criminal Proceedings
L. P.
Civil Litigation
Tasks Tested Leaving Gift for Son
Mother's Will
Money for College
Automobile Accident
Court Dismissal
Not Performing a Contract
Municipal Legislation
Protecting Formula
Federal Tax
Evict Tenants
Organization Type
Kidnapping Across Provincial Borders
Forced Robbery Aid
Policeman Search
Failure to Appear in Court
Unable to Retry
Liability for Wild Animals
Marijuana Possession
Bank Teller Offence
Demand for Monthly Payment
Testimony Under Oath
Subpoena Duces Tecum
Period of Time
Car Accident Liability
Lien Type
Federal and Provincial Court Rules
Attorney-Client Discussion
Serving Document
Promissory Note
File an Answer
Someone Hurt in a Brawl
Complaint and Motion
Evidence Not Allowed at Trial
Malfunctioning Mechanism