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Earned Premium

If an insured person pays for a policy in advance, the “earned” premium is the portion of the policy that has already been used.

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EQUITABLE RECOUPMENT

the term applied to the fair and reasonable reduction in the damages awarded to a claimant.

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EXTENSION OF PAYMENT

This term is used to lengthen the time given to m et an obligation.

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ENTAILMENT

This term means a change in the rules governing how property will be inherited by the legal descendants.

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EXECUTIVE PARDON

the pardon for a crime that has come from the governor or the president of a state.

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EXCESS OF PRIVILEGE

a statement that goes beyond any limits of privilege and it is violent, intemperate or irrelevant.

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ENDORSEMENT CONDITIONAL

an endorsement where the person endorsing attaches a condition to his liability.

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EXTRANEOUS OFFENSE

This term applies to an offense that is committed and does not bear on the current trial.

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EXPRESS EMANCIPATION

the name given to the freedom a child gets when his parents allow him to leave home.

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EXPULSIONS OF LEGAL OFFICERS

the term that is used when a unlawful offence has been done by an officer and he is removed from that office.

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EQUITABLE SEISIN

This phrase deals with possession of land and the right to possess it.

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EXCUSABLE TRESPASS

This term is given to trespass that is pardoned and does away with a law suit.

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EXAMINATION BEFORE TRIAL

This term applies to the examine of a witness while under oath before a trial. Also called a deposition.

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EX TURPI CAUSA

a Latin phrase that means a claim has arisen from the breaking of a law.

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EQUITABLE CHOSE IN ACTION

a personal right that is recognised by a court of equity.

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EXCESSIVE ASSESSMENT

This the term that is given to a tax assessment that is too high and does not conform with other evaluations.

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ENDORSEMENT FULL

This term applies to an endorsement where the person endorsing names a person who the money will be paid to.

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EXECUTIVE AGENT

the term given to an officer of a company that is able to act for the board of directors.

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EXCUSABLE HOMICIDE 1

1. a homicide that is committed in self-defence. 2. An accidental homicide. See homicide, justifiable; justifiable homicide.

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EXCLUSIVE POWER

the term for having the sole power.

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