A court document required in cases involving certain traffic violations that demonstrates the financial responsibility of the convicted person.
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The second person named on an auto insurance policy and who has the same coverage as the Named Insured.
A type of vehicle title branding which states that a vehicle has been damaged and/or declared a total loss by an insurance company that paid a claim on it. Requirements for salvage titles vary widely from state to state.
the law that stays in effect permanently and with no limit to when it will no longer be in effect.
the person who is appointed by the sheriff to help him in his work or to aid him in a certain task.
the term that is given to a sale that has been ordered by a court. See sale, forced.
the statute that preserves a dead person’s estate with a cause for pain and suffering.
an agreement of opposing parties to settle a matter outside of a court before the controversy has reached court.
the name of the immediate hearing to see if contempt of court has been committed.
a disposition of property on a value for value basis that is different from a disposition by a gift or a contribution.
the term used for the land that is between the low and the high watermarks, land bordering lakes, rivers, seas, etc.
the term applied to property that is owned and controlled by a married person where a spouse has no rights concerning it.
a Latin term for slanderous in itself. slander a person makes about another about being a criminal or immoral.
the court’s authority to give a judgement straight away and without a trial.
where employees will intentionally slow down working instead of calling a strike.
This means to take an oath when you are elected to public office.
a term where a title is investigated to make sure it belongs to the alleged owner.
the name that is given to a law that will impose a penalty when it is broken.
a term that applies to the equal share or the equal proportions.
the term used for the giving of information to a person who is entitled to receive it. It needs to be carried out according to law.
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