An insured person who has had no time period during which he or she was uninsured since first taking out an auto insurance policy.
The most common form of optional auto insurance coverage, alongside Collision, covering damage that is the result of non-collision factors, such weather and theft.
Along with Comprehensive, the most common form of optional auto insurance coverage. Collision Coverage covers the cost (minus a deductible) of repairing damage to a vehicle when the insured driver is at fault or the at-fault driver is unknown
A document issued by insurance companies or agents to vehicle owners as proof of compliance with laws requiring car insurance coverage.
A policy of insurance protecting an owner and driver against losses associated with the use and operation of a motor vehicle.
When an insurance policy is terminated prior to the renewal date. Either the insurer or the insured can cancel a policy.
corporation that has been designed purposely to be liquidated before it has accumulated enough money to have to pay taxes.
a question that can be answered by a yes or a no.
This term applies to doing an unlawful act over and over again.
the term that is given to something that is in addition to or supplemental too.
the name of the unauthorised interfering with a law suit by helping one of the parties in the effort to obstruct justice.
the term that is used when a case is thrown out of court without any consideration for trial.
the term that is applied to a legacy that has been granted but needs to meet certain conditions.
the term given to a plea that is placed on record in the reply to another plea.
the term that determines the nature of matters brought before courts that will decide which jurisdiction should consider the issue.
This term is given to the additional evidence or the corroborating evidence for a certain point in a trial.
a medical term that is given to an illness or disease that will continue permanently.
This where a person is asserting his rights to an area already claimed for mining and is based on the first claim being filed wrongly or not having taken the steps to establish the mining claim.
an estoppel by judgement where an issue that has been decided cannot be taken to another court by the same litigants and in the same manner.
A term that is used in medical jurisprudence where the usual method of treatment in a given community and as practiced by the ethical and well trained physicians of that community.
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