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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REASONABLE FEE

a term that describes a fee that isn’t too high or too low when it is compared with similar fees for a similar service.

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REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY

Before the 1978 Bankruptcy Act the court appointed officer was called the referee.

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RESTORATIVE REMEDIES

placing a plaintiff in a situation he was in before his rights, privileges or property had been interfered with by a defendant.

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REASONABLE RATE

a term for charge in line with the services being rendered.

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RES NOVA

a Latin phrase for a matter that is not yet settled or decided or a new matter.

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REGISTER OF PATENTS

a public official who keeps on file by recording the various patents.

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RESTING A CASE

a term used when all evidence has been presented and the court is left to consider the judgement.

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REGISTERED VOTER

a person who has recorded his name in the voting register and is entitled legally to cast a vote.

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REMOTE CAUSE

These are the matters that concern negligence and this is a cause that would not to lead to the event to happen.

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RETROSPECTIVE LAW

the phrase that means the same as a retroactive statute.

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RETIREMENT OF SECURITIES

to call in and pay off a bond or other security, redeeming a security or repurchasing its own outstanding stock by a corporation.

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RATIO DECIDENDI

a Latin phrase that means the reason for a decision.

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RESERVE AN OBJECTION

a term to ask the right to make an objection later on during a trial.

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RACE STATUTE

a law in some states that he first person to file a claim has the right to the claim.

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ROBERT

These are the rules that control and supervise the orderly procedures of a legislative or deliberative organisation that were compiled by General Robert in 1876.

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REASONABLE BELIEF

a principle that a law officer can conduct a search or seize a criminal without having a warrant if he is sure a criminal act is in progress or has been committed.

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RESERVED OPTION

a clause in a contract that gives both parties the right to cancel in the future.

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