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Towing and Labor Coverage

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.

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TRIAL FAIR AND IMPARTIAL

a trial with an impartial judge and jury where all of the evidence is heard before a verdict is reached.

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TEMPORARY OBSERVATION

a medical term where a person is placed in a hospital to monitor his mental and physical actions to determine if he is competent.

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TRUST TOTTEN

See totten trust.

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TRADE DISPUTE

a controversy over working conditions and wages that is between the employees and the employer.

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TITLE RETENTION

the lien or the mortgage that is used to secure the purchase price of a property.

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TRANSFERRED INTENT

a principle that states a person is guilty of a crime if he has injured or attacked a person he hasn’t meant to harm.

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TITLE IMPERFECT

This term applies to the title that does not give a total and complete right to ownership of property.

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TRUST IMPLIED

a trust that comes into being resulting from the intention to create a trust as a matter of law.

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TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION

a term used for an area that a government has authority over.

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TAINTED EVIDENCE

the name for evidence that results from the illegal conduct of an official and is inadmissible under the 14th amendment.

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THINGS PERSONAL

These are the items that belong to a person and can be moved from place to place with them.

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TESTAMENTARY DISPOSITION

the term applied to the disposing of property as a gift after the person making the will has died.

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TRANSFER OF A CAUSE

where a case is switched from the jurisdiction of one court to another court.

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TRIAL COUNSEL

the term that is applied to the trial lawyer.

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TRUSTEE TESTAMENTARY

the name given to a person who is named in a will to be the trustee.

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TRIERS

See triors.

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TURNOVER PROCEEDING

term used when a court forces a person who is bankrupt to turn over their property to the trustee.

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TRUST INTERVIVOS

a living trust set up during a person’s life who is settling money on another person.

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TWO-ISSUE RULE

the principle that states there are 2 or more issues in dispute in a court case and the verdict will stand even if there has been an error in trying and deciding the other issue.

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