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 given to a trust that comes into being by the operation of laws that are in existence.
the term that is given to the payment or a reward given to a person for an action.
This occurs when a witness renounces the privileged not to give testimony that could implicate him as a party to a criminal act.
a company where the members are the insured and the insurer.
This term applies to a jury that hears a case with no prejudice and will give a fair verdict.
TLD Example: The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees those accused of committing a crime the right to a trial before an impartial jury.
a promise that appears to be binding but it is fact not.
a term that describes a violation of a right given under patent law.
the agreement between a trustee and the insured person where the proceeds from a life policy are paid to the trustee.
These means that a person is unable to appear in court due to a mental or a physical illness.
This term is used when a foreigner enters the country without the approval of the immigration authorities.
the term used to describe being imprisoned when no time limit has been set.
This the term given to insurance that is limited to a period of time,.
the name given to a deed that is not effective in transferring the title to property.
These are the laws and statutes that are applied when a person dies and he has not left a will.
a phrase that refers to mixing together a quantity of goods so a person can’t distinguish his from the others.
the term used to describe the recording of each item individually.
a waiver that is assumed to be in effect from a person’s behaviour and shows he is waiving a right.
This term applies to payments in excess of agreed wages, a bonus and profit sharing as an incentive for a good performance.
a right given to parties in a law suit to examine the documents and materials that are pertinent to the case.
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