Regarding auto insurance, a driver whose conduct is held legally responsible for causing an accident.
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A range of technologies intended to deter auto theft, such as a car alarm. Equipping vehicles with anti-theft devices often lead to a discount on insurance premiums.
The onboard system controlled by a vehicle’s computer that assists the manual braking system, helping a driver safely stop or slow a vehicle without skidding or losing control.
Concerning auto insurance, the amount the policyholder and the insurance company decide will be paid in the event of an accident that results in a total loss of the insured vehicle.
Regarding auto insurance, the price agreed to by the claimant’s chosen auto repair shop and the insurance adjuster to complete the work necessary to fix the damage to a vehicle.
Concerning auto insurance, a party, such as a lienholder, who does not necessarily use the vehicle, but may nonetheless be named as an Additional Interest Insured and held liable for an accident involving that vehicle.
A form of optional auto insurance coverage wherein the insurer waves its right to increase the rate of the policyholder at fault of an accident.
A deed transferring the title of property from one person to another without any conditions.
the sworn complaint made by a person stating that he has been threatened with bodily harm.
This term fixes a value upon the amount of money that the defendant must pay to the plaintiff for damages he has caused.
a contract made between a man and a woman before they get married that determines the disposition of any property rights and interests.
the jurisdiction that is limited just to one area but can be effected in several different places.
The principle that states that people have something on their premises that is attractive to children but has inherent dangers. The owners are expected to take all reasonable care that no harm comes to the children.
the aid and subordinate to a state or a federal attorney general. See attorney general.
Any action in law where there are opposing parties.
the exceptional attraction to something or something that will entice a person to act. Such as a child swimming an another person’s pool.
This term applies to before birth and is the same as prenatal.
The destruction or abolition of something such as the abolition of slavery.
the law that breaks up large holdings of land and distributes the land to a number of people. also known as Agragarian Reform Acts.
The privileges resulting from owning property; rights from a contract relationship; the right to refuse or to make a contract with someone.
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