search of premises

search of premises
[Police] perquisition; visite domiciliaire; visite des locaux

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  • search warrant — search′ war rant n. law a court order authorizing police to search a premises for stolen goods, narcotics, etc • Etymology: 1730–40 …   From formal English to slang

  • search — I verb chase after, closely examine, comb, delve, examine, examine by inspection, explore, ferret, follow the trail of, go through, hunt, indagate, inquire into, inspect, investigate, look into, look over, look through, probe, pry into, pursue,… …   Law dictionary

  • search and seizure — n. A search in which the officers conducting the search take evidence of a crime if they find it. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. search and seizure …   Law dictionary

  • search — consists of looking for or seeking out that which is otherwise concealed from view. People v. Carlson, Colo., 677 P.2d 310, 316. An examination of a person s house or other buildings or premises, or of his person, or of his vehicle, aircraft, etc …   Black's law dictionary

  • search order — Prior to the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules, known as Anton Piller orders. Also known as search and seizure orders . A court order which provides for the preservation of the subject matter of a claim or the preservation of documents… …   Law dictionary

  • search warrant — ► NOUN ▪ a legal document authorizing a police officer or other official to enter and search premises …   English terms dictionary

  • search warrant — n. a legal document authorizing or directing an officer of the law to search a specified person, premises, dwelling, etc., as for stolen or contraband articles, items to be used in evidence, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Search warrant — A search warrant is a court order issued by a Magistrate, judge or Supreme Court Official that authorizes law enforcement officers to conduct a search of a person or location for evidence of a crime and to confiscate evidence if it is found.… …   Wikipedia

  • search — ▪ I. search search 1 [sɜːtʆ ǁ sɜːrtʆ] noun 1. [countable] an attempt to find someone or something, usually one that takes a lot of time: search for • Their offer ended a five month search for a buyer for the company. • Graduates in debt simply… …   Financial and business terms

  • premises — That which is put before; that which precedes; the foregoing statements. Thus, in logic, the two introductory propositions of the syllogism are called the premises, and from them the conclusion is deduced. So, in pleading, the expression in… …   Black's law dictionary

  • search — 1 noun 1 (countable usually singular) an attempt to find someone or something (+ for): Bad weather is hampering the search for survivors | in search of (=looking for): Mario went off in search of some matches. | call off a search (=stop looking… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English