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Steps to Take If Your Passport is Lost or Stolen



A passport is a very valuable document, which is why it should come as no surprise that identity thieves routinely use passports to commit crimes. A passport allows you to cross international borders with relative ease, but when placed in the wrong hands it can lead to serious crimes being committed. For these reasons, a […]

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Property Damage Liability Coverage

Insurance that covers damage to other peoples’ property if the insured is found to be liable for an accident.

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Principal Driver

The main operator of an insured vehicle.

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Primary Use

How a vehicle is primarily used, such as for work, pleasure, etc.

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Policy Term

The time period during which an insurance policy is effective. Also referred to as Policy Period.

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Policy Period

The time period during which an insurance policy is effective. Also referred to as Policy Term.

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Policy Expiration Date

The date on which an insurance policy ends.

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Per Person Limits

The maximum amount an insurance company will pay under a policy to each person injured in an accident.

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Per-Occurrence Limits

A cap on the amount an insurance company pays under a policy for all claims arising from a single accident.

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PARTNERSHIP PARTICULAR

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PROCEEDING ORDINARY

the term that is used for a suit that is carried on in the usual manner.

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

the enquiry by a court to see if a crime has really been committed and if a certain person has committed the crime.

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POSSESSION CONSTRUCTIVE

the name that is given to possession hat is assumed to exist.

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PERMANENT RECEIVERSHIP

a term used when the administration and management of a business is taken over after a court judgement. It is not there for temporary relief.

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PROCESS JUDICIAL

1. A summons or court order telling a defendant of the actions against him and compelling him to appear in court. 2. All of a court’s acts from the start to the end of a law suit.

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PEACE BOND

the name that is given to a bond that is given by a person to the court promising that he won’t violate the law and the will keep the peace.

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PROCESS LEGAL

the term that is given for a court order, a writ or a warrant.

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PLEA SHAM

the term for a false plea or a plea that has been worded to deceive and entrap.

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PERSONALLY KNOWN

a legal statement that acknowledges a person’s identity and can be recognised.

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PARTY AGGRIEVED

the term that is applied to the person who feels he has been treated wrongly in a court action with their legal rights damaged.

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