Insurance that covers damage to other peoples’ property if the insured is found to be liable for an accident.
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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 term that describes a woman that no matter what age she is able to bear children and a conclusion cannot be made legally that there will be no children.
the logical conclusion that is based unproved facts that are related to the matter in hand.
the transferring of property by a debtor who is insolvent to a creditor and excluding transfer to other creditors.
the term that is applied when a crime or an offense is committed in view of a law enforcement officer.
See petit jury.
a term that applies when the occupation of a property by a person has the owner’s permission.
1. Being in a set place at a given time. 2. To bring a motion before a court.
the name of the title that is the claim to the ownership of property that is better than any other sort of claim to the title.
this is the term applied to a nuisance that cannot be removed and damage that will continue indefinitely.
the name that is given to the form of mental illness that is characterised by hallucinations, delusions and feeling of being persecuted.
the name of a life insurance policy that will pay money to the insured after a period of time has elapsed. See insurance, life.
the term that is used for the person, or party, who has been injured or harmed by the acts of another person or party.
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