A type of auto insurance coverage wherein the insurer will cover the cost of bodily harm caused by the policyholder deemed at fault in an accident.
A shortened name for the “Kelley Blue Book,” which publishes the values of used vehicles.
A government-set auto insurance rate used in Canada. An insurance company that sets its rates within a certain range of the benchmark rate does not need government approval to use those rates.
See dependent bill.
a federal law that assumes jurisdiction over any crimes committed against a national or federal bank.
a state board that has the authority to approve or disapprove an application for a license to practice a profession.
an organisation that has the power to review assessments made on property.
These are laws passed in order to aid creditors to collect money that is owed to them by a bankrupt person or company. See chapter eleven; insolvency laws.
This term is applied to back taxes and unpaid taxes that comes from assessments made in earlier years.
See the Parole Board.
a heavy metal that is covered with leather and has a flexible handle. Often carried by police and sometimes by criminals.
This applies to the state of a brain that shows no electrical activity.
This term is used to describe the bad conduct of a criminal while he is serving a sentence. It is the opposite of good behaviour.
This term means that a person has the legal ownership of something.
This occurs when an accused is confined to jail or the person is arrested to the satisfaction of the judgement against him.
the failure to hold quiet all information that is confidential.
a law where the permanent improvements to a property that increases its value are recoverable by the occupant being paid by the owner.
the statement that a decree from court was based on fraud and therefore the decree should be vacated and declared non-existent.
This bail that is given by a defendant who intends to appeal the decision of a court and wants to delay payment of a judgement until an appeal is heard.
This term applies to money that is given as a bail in the place of a bail bond.
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