Insurance that covers damage to other peoples’ property if the insured is found to be liable for an accident.
The main operator of an insured vehicle.
How a vehicle is primarily used, such as for work, pleasure, etc.
The time period during which an insurance policy is effective. Also referred to as Policy Period.
The time period during which an insurance policy is effective. Also referred to as Policy Term.
The date on which an insurance policy ends.
The maximum amount an insurance company will pay under a policy to each person injured in an accident.
A cap on the amount an insurance company pays under a policy for all claims arising from a single accident.
the term that is given for a court order, a writ or a warrant.
the term for a false plea or a plea that has been worded to deceive and entrap.
a legal statement that acknowledges a person’s identity and can be recognised.
the term that is applied to the person who feels he has been treated wrongly in a court action with their legal rights damaged.
a plea that considers the main issues and will give a fair trial.
the term given to the priviledge that is secured by a patent.
The name that is applied to a school, college, courthouse, library, hospital and other place that is run for the public to use. The opposite of a private institution.
TLD Example: After their daughter graduated from high school, her parents persuaded her to attend college at a public institution where the tuition would be less expensive than the cost of attending a private college.
a term for the rights that belong to both a husband and a wife.
These are the names given to the acts, easements, license, title, etc that are gotten by way of a prescription.
a plea that is in answer to a plaintiff’s charge that gives them the right to sue but the cause of the action is discharged by a subsequent matter.
the name that is given to the opinion that is rendered by a court where there is more than one judge.
a term meaning to conform to something, or something that is done in consequence of.
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