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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an authority that is based on the nature of a matter and it will be dealt with an equitable deliberation and not one of laws.
the right given to use a pathway or a road to a property that belongs to another person to give access to a road.
a defence in a law suit that is based on equity matters. It is the same as an equitable defence.
the abbreviation for a proposed amendment, Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution.
another term that is given to a valid trust.
the term given to an endorsement not specifying anyone in particular and permits negotiation of a payment.
These are the assets that go to the trustee under bankruptcy laws.
This term applies to any income that you don’t pay tax on.
the error made when a court gives a judgement or verdict and doesn’t know of a fact.
This when another person’s property has been used for a long period of time and is not obtained legally but by custom.
a oral agreement between parties that has been fully executed and completed.
This term relates to the intent and the spirit that underlies a law and aids in its interpretation.
a doctrine that will prevent the illegally gathered evidence being presented to the court.
a provision in a contract that will restrict the actions a party can take when the other person fails to fulfil the contract.
This term is given to verdict that is out of proportion to the matter in hand and violates the conscious of the court.
an estate that does not exist yet but will be possessed in the future.
This term applies to the assistance to a complainant seeking a just and fair remedy from the court. See relief.
These are the laws stating that there can be no discrimination made because of a person’s sex, colour, age or race.
the word that means to supplicate or to beg and plead in earnest.
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