Insurance coverage provided by a policy that is beyond what is required by law. Includes Collision Coverage and Comprehensive Coverage.
A person who operates an insured vehicle who is not considered the primary or principle driver.
the name given to the obligation where a person binds himself to fulfill it and solely to carry it out.
the term applied to a basic patent or a patent that is a new discovery in a new field.
a term that is applied to presentation to a court that states the testimony and proof that is introduced to prove a case.
an abbreviation for the phrase over the counter. See NASDAQ.
the term that describes the obligation needing to be fulfilled if the principal obligation can’t be fulfilled.
a term that describes hated and malice.
The authority of a court that tried the case originally.
a term that is used for overcoming evidence that is presented by a party to a suit by presenting more convincing evidence.
An obligation arising from a firm contract or agreement.
the term given to a bond that is able to be called for payment at a date before it comes to maturity.
a term that is given to a ruling in most democratic governments that one person has one vote.
the term that is given to an active trust.
the term that is applied to an obligation where it will be fulfilled if another person fulfills his side of the obligation.
A term that is given to the plaintiff’s oath as to the value of a thing that is in dispute.
a term that for burden of proof where the accuser has to show the proof of his claims and charges.
a term used to describe the workers belonging to a union.
this is the term given to an obligation that is inferred to be a duty due to the nature of the agreement.
a term that is applied to a case that is similar to another case in all aspects.
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