A decision by an insurer to stop providing insurance coverage on the date a policy is due to be renewed.
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 term that is used to describe negligence that was on purpose or that which a reasonable person wouldn’t do.
there term given to the defendant’s response to the court that says the contract sued on is not valid.
term applied to a person staying in a location where he is not classed as a permanent resident.
the name given to the award in favour of the plaintiff that shows his case was justified.
term that means to have a signature on a document that has been authenticated by signing it in front of a notary public.
a Latin phrase for nothing.
the term given to the federal agencies that secure the country against being attacked by its enemies.
a term that describes the situation where the plaintiff has not exercised due care and has contributed to the accident.
the term used in defence of real estate action where a defendant denies he is the tenant.
the term that applies to a provision in an insurance policy where the insurer can’t cancel it once the premiums have been made for a certain time.
The term that is used to describe an emotional disorder with feelings of anxiety and compulsive behavior.
the term applying to the person who is born in the country where they are a citizen.
the name of the notice that is given to property owners to appear in court to say why the property shouldn’t be forfeited.
term given to the federal government and the governing body of the whole country.
a term that describes the breach of a contract and the failing to carry out the terms of the agreement.
the term for negligence that could have been avoided if the person had exercised due care.
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