A decision by an insurer to stop providing insurance coverage on the date a policy is due to be renewed.
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Insurance coverage that is offered to an individual who is not the owner of the insured vehicle.
An insurance policy that provides coverage only when the driver of the vehicle is listed as a Named Driver.
A named driver not covered under a car owner’s liability insurance. See Excluded Driver.
a Latin phrase for the situation where a jury decides the case in favour of one party but the judge reverses the jury’s decision.
See amendments to the constitution.
the name of a federal act that makes it unlawful to buy, dispense and sell some narcotic drugs without a federal license.
a term used to describe an injury or illness that is not as a result of working.
The name that is given to the organization created by the US constitution where the reserve members of the armed service can be called into action.
the term that describes a killing without any intent to kill but occurs when a person is acting in negligence.
this is the term given to a notice that conforms to all of the requirements of the law.
a term that describes thing of value originating from nature.
the term that describes a nuisance that continues on or is repeated often.
a term given to the strict interpretation of a law or document that is different to a liberal interpretation.
term used to describe a female child from natural and not adopted parents.
a term that is used in a suit to recover damages where the negligence of the defendant is compared to the negligence of the plaintiff.
the name of the organisation that is an alternative to the American Bar Association.
A term that applies to a person who knowingly does something to interfere with a person enjoying his own property.
the name given to the notice govern to a party against the judgdement was made that the judgement has been recorded.
the code governing medical research on people.1. Subject must consent voluntarily. 2. The experiment should yield fruitful results. 3. The experiment should be done on animals first. 4. No physical or mental suffering to be involved. 5. No risk of in jury, disablement or death. 6. Degree of risk cannot be greater than the importance of the problem. 7. Preparations will safeguard against injury or death. 8. Conducted by scientifically qualified people. 9. Subject ha the right to stop the experiment. 10. The people in charge must stop the experiment if they see an untoward effect on the subject.
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