The proof required in some states and issued by an insurance company that indicates a vehicle is insured. The cards are kept in the vehicle to show to police or other motorists in the event of an accident.
the term that describes an accident that was unavoidable such as that from an act of God.
These are the rights and privileges that can be handled and seen.
the term that describes one state surrendering a person who has committed a crime to the state he committed the crime in.
a contract that is in contrary to public morals and is a consideration that the public will hold to be indecent.
a lien that hasn’t been put into effect yet.
a clause in insurance policies that the insurance company can’t contest after period of time has passed.
a term that means the privacy of a person has been invaded.
The expression that makes it clear that a person signing a legal document is signing it as a witness.
The initial words of the concluding clause in deeds: “In witness whereof the said parties have hereunto set their hands,” etc. A translation of the Latin phrase “in cuius rei testimonium.”
TLD Example: The modern trend encouraging lawyers and others to prepare legal documents using plain English has resulted in terms such as “in witness whereof” being dropped from general use.
a Latin phrase that means by the act itself or by the mere fact.
This term applies to any evidence that is obtained without a warrant or permission.
a Latin phrase meaning in the absence of.
The insurance that guarantees against payment for loss that results from dishonesty of an employee or company officer.
This means the partial inability to be able to do one’s duties.
a term that is used that describes a suit that is brought against a person as against one about a certain thing.
a term given to the power that an agent has or the authority under certain circumstances.
This term applies to any grade with a country that has been forbidden by a law.
This si the insurance that pays for medical expenses of a person.
See intervening act.
a term used to describe something that is unreasonable or beyond the normal bounds.
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