An insured person who has had no time period during which he or she was uninsured since first taking out an auto insurance policy.
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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.
the name that is given where each party will receive an equivalent or mutual benefit and obligation.
the term tat is given to a jailer or a prison guard.
An opinion that is given by another authority that is in agreeance and upholds the opinion of the first authority.
See legal malice.
the term given to restricting unlawfully the freedom of another person by threatening to commit a criminal offense.
the contract that does not create a debt due to the contract being fulfilled with the payment of cash.
a term given to a lawyer, attorney or a counsellor. To counsel someone means to advise them.
an attack physically that results in bodily injury that is committed by the assailant. It is proven and wilful act.
the settlement of taxes that is between the taxpayer and the government agency charged with collecting the taxes.
the term that is applied when a person is declared innocent and is forgiven or acquitted.
an expression that is used for the carrier who applies for a license to operate vehicles commercially along a route or highway.
any evidence that is brought up in a case that has not been arranged beforehand to be used as evidence of a fact or event.
equity practice that deals with the fairness and rights of the law rather than the written statutes of the law.
Used in medical jurisprudence where a brother or sister is the nearest available next of kin and can give consent to treatment.
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