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.
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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.
a term used for the contractual obligation that is imposed on a person legally but without the person’s consent.
a Latin phrase that means a living treust.
a provision that will limit the responsibility of a trustee to liability for negligence or misconduct.
will not operative because the grants and bequests are contrary to the existing laws.
This means to increase in small amounts.
the term used to describe a thing that can be insured.
This si evidence that is not permitted because it comes from a witness who is inadequate or defective.
This term means being unable to live with each other.
This term relates to the committing of an immoral act.
This term applies to the permission granted to a purchaser to cross another person’s property. See easement.
a Latin term used to describe acting in your own defence or serving as your own attorney.
the term given to the action of submitting a will to probate.
The inability to be bribed or made to a thing that is against the law or immoral.
This means the awarding in a court of equity that goes beyond the requested in the initial complaint.
See time sharing.
where the jurors are wrongfully persuaded to give a desired verdict.
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