When two or more vehicles are involved in a low-impact collision with minimal damage.
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The name given to laws requiring motorists to obtain insurance coverage on vehicles driven on state roads.
an agreement to how the assets of an estate will be distributed without the family going to court for a decision.
This term is used when a person transfers title to another person so creditors won’t be able to collect a debt.
federal law that requires people who represent a foreign country to register with the US government.
This phrase refers to the trial court where a case was tried first.
This variance will mislead a defendant in the preparing and the pursuit of his defence in a manner that will be adequate.
the attack on a woman who is pregnant and the baby that is at least 6 months of gestation dies.
This term applies to the complete payment of any obligations, debts and claims where outstanding issue are terminated.
These are the articles and goods that have no duties charged to them
This term applies to placing the details of the incorporation of a company on record.
These are the conditions that exist when all details of the defendant and the plaintiff’s case is submitted to court for a verdict.
the term given to the result of a courts deliberations.
These are the name given to the various kinds of suits that are brought to common law.
the evidence that results from seeing an event or being part of an event.
a federal law, the Wages and Hours Act, that regulates the hours worked and wages paid for companies dealing in interstate commerce.
This term applies to a group of people who are authorised to find the true facts in a matter.
a plea where an accused can’t be tried twice for the same offense. See double jeopardy; in jeopardy; legal jeopardy.
a verdict handed down by a judge who hasn’t listened to all the evidence and by a jury who has not listened to the judges instruction.
the term given to a major attack on a person that will see the person who did the assault sentenced to jail time.
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