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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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RATIONAL INTERPRETATION

a term for the clarification of the language in a written document to give a better meaning.

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REASONABLE PROBABILITY

the name that is given to the evidence that will tend to support a contention.

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REAPPORTIONMENT

a term used when new district boundaries are created for a better representation of the areas population.

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REDEEMABLE BOND

the name of a bond that can be paid off before it matures.

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RETROACTIVE STATUTE

a law that imposes a new obligation on past things or a law that starts from a date in the past.

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REMOVING CLOUD FROM TITLE

a preceedure where the doubts as to the validity of a title to a property are removed and renders the title clear.

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REASONABLE AND PROBABLE CAUSE

the term given to the strong suspicion that will convince a person that there are grounds for a person being guilty.

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RADAR

an electrical device that is used to determine that range, direction or speed of an object.

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REPUTABLE

a term for something that is honourable, worthy of respect and in good repute.

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REFUNDS

These are the repayments that are made to a person who has overpaid an obligation such as tax or duty on products.

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REARRAIGNMENT

the term that is used when an accused person is brought back to court after amendments have been to the charges.

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RATE OF RETURN

the term applied to the percent rate of return from an investment.

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RECOMMEND

a term that means to advise, to suggest, to counsel or to speak in favour of.

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RAISING PORTIONS

The term used when an oldest son inherits an estate and he is required to give a share to brothers and sisters.

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REGULATORY OFFENSE

the name that is given to a crime that isn’t bad but is still wrong as it is prohibited by a legislation.

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RES IMMOBILES

a Latin phrase for all things that are immovable such as buildings and land.

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RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY

the name that describes the narrow piece of land that is used by the railroads.

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