- A legal principle stating that an individual who has been extradited can only face prosecution for the specific charges outlined in the extradition order
- A type of real property, like a unique piece of land or specialized structure, that doesn't have a standard market because of its specialized nature. Its value, in cases of legal condemnation, is calculated by subtracting the value of any depreciation from the cost of recreating it
- The criminal faced trial in another state under the specialty doctrine after being extradited.
- The courthouse, being a classic example of specialty, had its value determined by the cost to reproduce it and accounting for its age.
- The condemned factory's worth, as a specialty, was calculated based on the expenditure to rebuild it minus its years of wear and tear.