The place where a car is usually stored, such as a home’s garage, when it is not in use.
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Also called Loan/Lease Payoff Coverage, Gap Insurance covers the difference between how much an insurer will pay on a lost, stolen, or totalled vehicle, and how much the insured person still owes on the vehicle.
See great bodily harm.
a bond or a stock that is guaranteed by a person who is not the issuer or the stocks or bonds.
These are the types of trade that stifles competition and can lead to a monopoly and deprive the public of the advantages of free competition
phrase found in wills where the deceased leaves his property to a person.
power of the government to limit taxes on states and on the states to limit tax on the government.
a title that is free from doubts and is able to be sold with the knowledge that it is clear and valid.
This term applies to an attorney’s misconduct that may see him lose his license to practice law.
These are the damages and injuries that directly result from an action or the failure to take action of the defendant.
1. This term is often seen in divorce papers and means dereliction of marital duties. 2. Used when a public officer has done things to endanger welfare of the public.
This term applies to the title to a property that the insurance company will insure.
This term is applied to all personal property that is not real estate.
a term that means to be declared innocent, be exonerated and to be dismissed.
crime that is given a greater punishment than is ordinarily given out.
when a debtor transfers title to a trustee who can then liquidate the property to pay creditors.
how you pronounce the abbreviation for the Government National Mortgage Association that reads GNMA.
This phrase means to be dismissed by the court without any instructions to return.
this term applies to the gift of property or land for a very small sum of money.
This term is given to the agent who is the intermediary between parties.
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