Legal Articles

Roadside Assistance Coverage

Auto insurance that provides roadside services for instances that may not involve an accident, such as towing in the case of a breakdown or a locksmith for when one is locked out of the insured vehicle.

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Rental Reimbursement Coverage

Auto insurance that covers rental car costs for claims covered by Collision Coverage or Comprehensive Coverage.

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Rated Driver

A person who operates the vehicles listed in an auto insurance policy.

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REMEDIAL LAW

the part of the law that details the methods for enforcing your rights.

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RETAINER SPECIAL

hiring an attorney for a specific purpose in order to carry out a certain task.

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RIGHT OF ACCUSED

These are the rights that consist of. 1. A right to due process. 2. The right to an attorney. 3. the right to equal protection under the law. 4. The right to a fair, speedy and impartial trial.

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RETRY A CASE

This means to try a case again after a mistrial or a hung jury fails to give a verdict.

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RELATION BACK

this is the name that is given to an amended complaint that relates back to the initial complaint for the purpose of keeping it inside the statute of limitations.

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RESTORATION OF STATUS QUO

the act of restoring a party to its previous position before an agreement or contract was made.

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RESTORATION IN KIND

the term that means to repay or to restitute.

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RAILROAD UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT

This s a federal law that provides an unemployment insurance for the employees of the railroads.

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RELATIVE CONVENIENCE DOCTRINE

a principle that is considered by the courts when it is asked to issue an injunction.

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RENDERED ACCOUNT

the statement of charges that is given by a creditor to the debtor. It is an account rendered.

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REAL CONTRACT

the term given to an agreement that concerns real estate such a s a contract for land.

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REAL EVIDENCE

the term that is given to the evidence that can be seen in a court room.

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RULES OF COURT

These are the regulations that govern the conduct of business by a court and the presiding judge carries rules of the court as the needs arise.

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REFINANCE

a term applied to the act of taking notes that are the agreements that have been signed to pay and giving them to a finance company specialising in buying notes at a discounted price.

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RETAINER GENERAL

when a person hires an attorney on the basis of a period of time and not what he does.

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ROBINSON-PATMAN ANTI- DISCRIMINATION ACT

the name of a statute that forbids a price discrimination between those who bought the commodities of similar grade and quality where the effect of discrimination may diminish competition or to create monopolies.

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RECIPROCAL TRUSTS

the name of the trusts that are set up between a husband and a wife for each others benefit.

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