Regarding auto insurance, a driver whose conduct is held legally responsible for causing an accident.
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 philosophy of law resulting from analysing and comparing many legal concepts and does not depend upon any one theory or existing principles or laws.
This term applies to apparent authority and not actual authority.
The unqualified and the total agreement in accepting a liability or a responsibility.
The document that is recognised formally before an authorised official. The person who acknowledges the instrument says that it is authentic and has been executed freely and voluntarily.
Any person connected to a crime before or after it has happened, but was not present when the crime was committed. See aid and abet.
the second subpoena that is issued after the original subpoena failed to accomplish the purpose of it.
This the wrongful act of one person that interferes with the affection one spouse has for the other. This could be one a husband or wife is deprived of the others affection because they have fallen in love with someone else.
This term is used to describe an attack that is carried with malice aforethought and has the intent to kill someone.
the organisation that is composed of the 2 largest labour unions in the USA, the American Federation of Labour and the Congress of Industrial Organisations.
Damages that are added on to the amount that is actually due or damages that are added as a punishment for the defendant. Added damages is sometimes called smart money.
In some states of the US this must be filed every year by the corporations doing b business in that state and attests to the fact that are not part of a pool or combination of corporations restraining free trade.
A person who takes a property before the heir has a chance to get the property.
Anything that is of concern to the community or general public.
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