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Optional Coverage

Insurance coverage provided by a policy that is beyond what is required by law. Includes Collision Coverage and Comprehensive Coverage.

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Occasional Driver

A person who operatesĀ an insured vehicle who is not considered the primary or principle driver.

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OBLIGATION MORAL

the term applied to an obligation that needs to be carried out as a matter of conscience and cannot be enforced by law.

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OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES

the term given to the money a person spends to defray the expenses of carrying out his usual duties of his job.

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OMNIBUS MOTION

the term used to describe a motion that contains several other motions.

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OATH PROMISSORY

The oath or sworn statement that a person will carry out a future action.

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OATH OF CALUMNY

the name of the oath that the plaintiff makes in his suit against the defendant based on truth and not because of malice or deceit.

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OFFENSE SECOND

this is the term given to an act carried by a person that is unlawful and he has committed an unlawful act before.

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OFFICIAL ACT

the name that is given to an act that is carried out by an officer doing his duties.

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ORIGINAL PROCESS

This a term that applies to the procedure and the method that is sued to commence a law suit.

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OCCUPYING CLAIMANT

a term that is applied to person who has improved his house as he thinks he will own it one day and when he discovers he won’t is a claim for work done.

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OPINION DISSENTING

See dissenting opinion.

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ON TRIAL

A term that is applied to a person being on trial while a case is tried in court.

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OF COUNSEL

a term applied to the attorney who is engaged to help another attorney to try a case.

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OATH OF HIPPOCRATES

the name of the oath that is taken by all medical graduates all over the world.

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OMNE

a Latin term that means anyone, any man or any woman.

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OVERRIDING VETO

a term used for passing a law that has already been turned down and not signed.

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OUTSTANDING ISSUE

the term that is applied to the number of shares of stock a corporation is allowed to issue. See authorised issue.

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OFFER OF COMPROMISE

a term that is given to the proposal that will end a dispute and does away with a law suit.

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OPEN-END SETTLEMENT

See open end agreement.

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