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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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RIGHT-TO-WORK LAW

a state law in some states that forbids unions from insisting that worker’s join a union in order to work.

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RIGHT OF REENTRY

See reentry.

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REVOCATION OF LICENSE

the act of taking away a license due to being guilty of malpractice.

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REAL RELEASE

the name of the document that is signed by the creditor to give to the debtor when a debt is fully paid.

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RETREAT TO THE WALL

a phrase that is used when you claim that a murder was committed in self defence. You did everything possible to escape.

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RULE NISI

A Latin phrase where the ruling of a court becomes final unless one or both parties show cause for it not to be.

TLD Example: The divorce decree from the court was a rule nisi to become final after the expiration of the statutory waiting period of 60 days unless one or both of the parties objected.

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RES DERELICTA

a Latin phrase that means abandoned property.

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REMEDIABLE

the term that means something is able to be corrected. Redressed or rectified.

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RECKLESS DRIVING

the term that is applied to a person driving a vehicle in a manner that can cause an accident

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RULE GENERAL

See standing order of court.

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RELICTA

a Latin term that means to give up a defence by the defendant.

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RELATIVE RIGHTS

These are the rights of a person that are considered in reference to the rights of other people.

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RENDER JUDGMENT

a term that means to give forth a verdict or decision or to pronounce.

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RIGHT AND WRONG TEST

a test that is given to an accused person to see if he knew right from wrong when he committed the crime.

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REMAINDER EXECUTORY

See remainder, contingent.

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REMOVAL OF CAUSE

a transfer of a law suit from one court to another court done because a court may lack the jurisdiction to try the case.

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RELATIVE FACT

the term that describes a fact that in important due to its relationship with another fact.

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