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.
1. this is a court order asking a bankrupt person turn over his property and assets to the trustee. 2. the court order given to the defendant who has lost his case.
a Latin expression saying that a judgement has been made and the matter is now closed.
See spendthrift trust.
1. The preliminary or temporary injunction before a final decision. 2. An order by a judge for a person to stop an action. See restraining order.
the name of a guardian in a parent’s will who will look after a child’s inheritance and other matters until the child reaches age.
the term that describes a person who pays tax.
a suit that is against a person that has been ejected from property that is not his to recover damages to the property.
a trust where the trustee participates in handling the assets by selling and buying property or securities etc,
the verdict where each juror has duly considered the case and come to their own conclusion without any persuasion or outside influences.
This term applies to an open trial that is carried out with the public present.
the name given to the money that is paid an taxes and is then repaid to the tax payer.
a person who possesses land or buildings for his life and for the life of his heirs.
This term describes the principle that a corporation must pay all of its debts before it can distribute assets to stockholders.
the unconditional and complete and total ownership of property.
the denial of a party that has grown out of a denial by the opposite party in a suit.
an extension of the testimonial immunity that can protect a witness from prosecution.
See State’s evidence.
1. A person not connected to a contract but may be affected by its outcome. 2. A person other than the defendant and the plaintiff that is brought into a case.
the judgement that is entered into in a different country from where the case was tried and a decision come to.
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