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.
This term applies to a small and newly delivered child with a heartbeat but does not establish a regular breathing and dies within minutes of being born.
the transcript of the testimony that is given at a trial. The material is gathered from stenographer’s notes.
This term applies to the creating of a public disturbance with loud noises, riotous and unsocial behaviour.
the ongoing hostility that exists between 2 families that often results in violent attacks against each other.
term used to ask for something; to implore; or to seek eagerly.
This term applies to a child who has been injured as a result of being beaten by a parent.
the patent in a new field that is often of great importance and is recognised by the scientific community.
the trial where the judge will find the facts and also apply the law instead of letting a jury decide the law.
the decisions of a judge that are contrary to the law and that should have been left to state or federal legislative governments to decide.
Anything that is phony or fictitious.
This means to grant or bequeath something.
This term applies to a child who is born to parents who are not married to each other. See bastard; illegitimate child.
the person who puts up the bond that is necessary to get the release of the accused.
This term applies to the violation of moral duty.
These are applied to drafts, notes and cheques and other securities of high quality that causes them to be treated by the banks that same as cash.
used to prevent a pregnancy and is practiced in several ways such as abstinence, condoms, diaphragms, jellies and oral contraceptive tablets.
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