The place where a car is usually stored, such as a home’s garage, when it is not in use.
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.
a labour agreement where the employer has agreed to pay an employee a sum of money each year.
This term applies to the money and property available and the assets in hand that can be used to pay an outstanding debt.
the name of a federal government agency that looks after the housekeeping for the government and supplies all of the agencies and bureaus with their different needs.
the law that regulates the selling of firearms.
how crimes are sorted out according to their severity.
the money given to an attorney to hire him for a period of time. It won’t matter how much or how little work they do during this time.
a lawsuit that is based on an implied promise to pay debt.
This laws is seen in some states where a passenger in a friends car cannot sue to driver for an accident unless unusual negligence is the cause.
a Latin phrase meaning gifts between living people.
This term is applied to the true and lawful government as opposed to one with a dictator.
the rule dealing with the right of an employee to compensation for accidents when travelling to and from work.
These are the legal causes that allow a divorce to take place and differ in each state.
This term is used when you know that an unlawful situation exists but you choose to ignore, such as accepting goods you know are stolen.
a court martial held for a major crime or violation that has been committed by a person serving in the armed forces.
a term used to explain your guilt to an offense but you say why you committed the offense.
a term that applies to a major injury.
the term used for a person showing orderly conduct while in jail. It can help parole be granted and the sentence shortened.
This term applies to a person appearing voluntarily in a court who has not waited for a summons or a subpoena.
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