When two or more vehicles are involved in a low-impact collision with minimal damage.
The name given to laws requiring motorists to obtain insurance coverage on vehicles driven on state roads.
See false action.
a debt that is based on a trust or a confidence and not on a contract.
These are the laws passed by a government that give the federal district courts authority to hear claims for damages against the US.
the return that conforms to the rate of similar investments and reflects a fair payment for property.
an abbreviation of free on board where the seller delivers goods at his own risk and expenses.
This term is applied to a crime or an offense that is defined by Congress such as treason, tax evasion, smuggling, kidnapping etc.
Decree that settles a case between the parties.
This term applies to knowing a person through frequent contact and does not apply an intimacy.
the term for punishment using a whip.
a Latin phrase where a court with the authority to try a case decides to turn the matter over to another court.
These are the rights given to people of life, liberty, property, freedom of speech, assembly, press and religion.
See false arrest.
a statement that is a deceitful and untrue statement that is made for ulterior motives.
the term that describes a law suit that is not legally tenable and as such is worthless.
right that will happen in the future and in accordance with provisions and stipulations of an existing contract.
These are the additional instructions that are given to the jury by a judge after they have begun deliberating a case.
an order given by the post master general to return mail to the sender who is using mail to defraud.
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