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.
Auto insurance that covers rental car costs for claims covered by Collision Coverage or Comprehensive Coverage.
A person who operates the vehicles listed in an auto insurance policy.
the answer to a complaint, a response to a charge that completely answers the charges and may even enter a counterclaim.
the annulment or voiding of an existing will by the person who made the will and usually follows the making of a new will.
1. The rehearing of a case in a higher court. 2. The rehearing of a motion that is based on new material.
a federal rule that the antitrust law needs to be applied only to the unreasonable restraints of trade.
a principle that states a person who causes an injury may be held liable for the injuries sustained by a third person who comes in to help, or rescue, the injured party.
a stipulation when parts of an estate are given to 2 or more people and when one dies the pat goes to the other people.
an agreement where one party agrees to buy all of the requirements of a product from the other party.
a term when a witness is questioned again after being cross examined by an opposing attorney.
These are the regulations of a legislative body in conducting its business. They are the rules of order.
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.
when a person hires an attorney on the basis of a period of time and not what he does.
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.
the name of the trusts that are set up between a husband and a wife for each others benefit.
an estate that goes to a certain person to be enjoyed by them until some time in the future when something occurs.
term that is used for the bringing of an indictment or a charge before a judge in court.
1. Default in a lawsuit by not defending yourself. 2. To keep silent when you have been accused.
the name that is given to a foreignerwho means to live in the US on a permanent basis.
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