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NONCANCELLABLE POLICY

a health insurance policy that the insurance company cannot cancel as long as the premiums are paid.

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NECESSITOUS CONDITION

the term that describes the condition where a person is lacking the essentials like food, clothing and shelter.

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NEGLECTED CHILD

The name that is given to a minor who isn’t getting the care he is entitled to.

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NONINTERVENTION WILL

the term that is given to a will that does not need the executor to post a bond.

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NEGLIGENCE WILLFUL

the term that is given to the conscious and knowing neglect of duty and knowing that the conduct results in in jury or damage to another person.

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NET PROFIT

the profit that remains after all of the expenses, taxes and liabilities have been paid.

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NAVIGABLE WATERS

a term applied to a body of water that is navigable by a boat or ship.

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NOTICE TO PRODUCE

the notice that is written and requires a party to produce for the court certain papers and documents.

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NONRESPONSIVE ANSWER

the name that is given to an answer of a witness that evades the question.

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NUDE CONTRACT

a contract where no payments will be made. See nudum pactum.

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NUISANCE COMMON

the term that describes a nuisance that affects the general public that differs from one affecting one person.

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NEE

a word used to indicate her name before she was married. It is French word for previously known as.

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NONPECUNIARY DAMAGES

the term that is applied to damages that can’t be calculated accurately in monetary terms.

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NEGLIGENCE LEGAL

the term that describes neglect that is contrary to the conduct of a reasonable and prudent person see negligence per se.

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NEXT FRIEND

the name given to a person who acts for a child in the court room.

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NONNAVIGABLE WATERS

term that applies to bodies of water that a ship is unable to pas through.

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NE EXEAT

a Latin phrase for a court order that forbids a person involved in a legal matter to leave the country or state where the court has jurisdiction.

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NUISANCE IN FACT

the term given to a nuisance that results from the location of premises or the activity it is involved in.

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NASDAQ

the abbreviation that is sued for the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations.

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NEGOTIATIONS

the term that is applied to discussions that lead to the conclusion of an agreement or a transaction.

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