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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 EXPRESS

an obligation where a person is bound by the express terms to carry out a certain promise.

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OFFICIAL

1. An officer. 2. Pertaining to an office, official duties.

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OFFENDER

the name that is used for a person who is guilty of an offense according to law.

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OSHA

the abbreviation for the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

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OBLIGATION PRIMARY

the name given to the obligation that is the main or ;primary reason for a contract.

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OLD-AGE ASSISTANCE

a term that is given to the financial assistance that is given to the poor and the elderly people.

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OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE

the term that is applied to hurtful, derogatory or obscene comments made by one person to another person.

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OBLITERATE

a term that is used to describe the cancelling out or erasing of written material in a legal document.

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OBLIGATION PERSONAL

the name given to the obligation where a person binds himself to fulfill it and solely to carry it out.

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ORIGINAL PATENT

the term applied to a basic patent or a patent that is a new discovery in a new field.

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OFFER OF PROOF

a term that is applied to presentation to a court that states the testimony and proof that is introduced to prove a case.

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OTC

an abbreviation for the phrase over the counter. See NASDAQ.

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OBLIGATION SECONDARY

the term that describes the obligation needing to be fulfilled if the principal obligation can’t be fulfilled.

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ODIUM

a term that describes hated and malice.

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ORIGINAL JURISDICTION

The authority of a court that tried the case originally.

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OVERCOME

a term that is used for overcoming evidence that is presented by a party to a suit by presenting more convincing evidence.

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OBLIGATION CONTRACTUAL

An obligation arising from a firm contract or agreement.

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OPTIONAL BOND

the term given to a bond that is able to be called for payment at a date before it comes to maturity.

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