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.
a law requiring taxes be paid before money is distributed from an estate.
a term that is sued to refer to both the plaintiff and the defendant, who are the 2 litigants in a law suit.
a term that is used for the debt or the obligation of a partnership and not to an individual.
See burden of proof.
This term is applied to a person who is occupying property whrere the title may be contested by anoyher person.
1. The occupation or the profession chosen. 2. To chase a person until they are captured.
This term applies to a case that is settled and solved quickly without the help of a jury, indictments and a lengthy procedure.
a court proceeding where a criminal may challenge a conviction that has been made by an appellate court.
the name that si given to a false or forged document.
the name given to a life insurance policy where no more premiums need to be paid. See insurance, life.
a term that is applied to the person who has been designated formally as a person engaged in a suit or in an appeal.
a plea that brings new material for the defence.
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