Similar to Roadside Assistance Coverage. Auto insurance that covers towing and labor charges in the event that a vehicle cannot be driven, such as during a breakdown or tire change.
The name for a preliminary restraining order stopping a person from carrying out an action until the court has made a decision.
an offer by a person who has bound himself to fulfill a contract to carry out his obligations.
See tenancy in common.
This term applies to a charitable trust that is the opposite of a private trust.
a suit for received injuries as a result of a wrongful act of another person.
a possible mark on a title that can threaten to interfere with an attainment of a clear title.
the name of a test suit brought by one plaintiff against one defendant that has been chosen from number of similar suits pending.
this is the name given to trust where the trustee agrees to be the trustee for another person.
a act by Congress that confers jurisdiction on a US district court to hear claims that are against the United States.
direct evidence that an event has taken place or that an event has not taken place.
an enforceable title to ownership of property that has been recognised in court dealing with equities and is based on fair and equitable principles.
the testimony that will show that an event could not possibly have taken place.
a term that is used for the right to hold office for a period of time.
a rule in some states where the death penalty is used that at least 2 or more witnesses need to testify to a persons guilt.
an attempt to corrupt and intimidate a jury to make it decide the way you want it to.
See tenancy in common.
a claim for property that is made by a third person who is not a party to a dispute that is in court relating to the property.
a term that is applied to a lease that is renewable indefinitely provided the rent is paid.
a term for a postponement for a limited time.
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