Indictment A formal accusation that an individual has committed a crime.
Intangible property Also known as ‘incorporeal property’. Property that has no physical substance, such as a statutory creation (e.g. a patent or stocks).
Interrogatories Written questions submitted by one party to its adversary in a lawsuit, for which answers are written and signed under oath.
Intestacy When someone has died and left no explicit instructions (i.e. a will or other binding declaration) as to who should inherent their entire, or part of their, estate.
Issued share capital The total value of the shares of stock a company makes available to its investors.