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.
term that is often heard in court where the judge agrees with the objection of the attorney.
the term used in leases where the tenant or the landlord has a right to terminate the lease under certain conditions.
the term given to the person who is the recognised owner of the property but who uses a trustee to administer the property.
The term used for the transferring of property that is carried out voluntarily and not by a court order.
the term applied to an obligation where 2 or more people bind themselves to perform the obligation.
a term that is used to describe something that is difficult to understand, unclear or is poorly expressed.
term that is applied to the rejection of a decision made by a lower court when the case is brought before a higher court.
term that is often heard in court where the judge disagrees with the objection of the attorney.
the term that is given to a witness who was present at an event and saw it take place.
the term that describes the unwarranted and unnecessary interference with the movement of ships on a waterway.
this is a term that is given to a person who owns property that borders water. He doesn’t own the water unless his property surrounds it completely.
the name that applies to a trust where the shares that are owned by the trust cab be sold and new shares bought.
a term referring to an obligation that can be upheld by an existing law and a legal right.
a term applied to the evidence that is given by an expert witness.
the term that is used when a judgement is reviewed to see if it should still stand or be set aside.
See ordinary dangers.
the term that is given for the inability of a person to work that is caused by a person doing their job.
1. an oath that relates to the past or present and not the future. 2. An oath required by law but not in a judicial proceeding.
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