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 clause found in a public contract with a private contractor where he is not allowed to discriminate when hiring employees.
a Latin phrase for there is nothing.
the name that is given to the lawsuit that collects damages from a person who is negligent.
a Latin phrase for a trial that was originally heard by a judge and jury that is different from a trial conducted on appeal.
term given to describe the children born of their parents and are not adopted.
the money that is issued by a federal government that is used as the legal tender of the country.
a term used for the ordinances that restrict the types of buildings that can be erected in certain areas.
the term used to the transmission of a notice that is reasonable under the circumstances.
the term applied to a law suit that will annul a marriage. Also known a nullity suit.
the drawing of a cheque on a bank account that has not got the money to pay it.
the name that is given to male child to natural and not adoptive parents.
the term used ofr the negligence where both the defendant and the plaintiff contribute to the injury.
a term that is used to describe the disregarding of your duties that will result in damage or injury to another person.
the term that is given to money that the US government owes the public who have lent it money. It is paid by tax collected.
the term that is given to the reckless behaviour that threatens a person or exposes a person to harm.
the written notice from a landlord to the tenant asking that he leave the premises.
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