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 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.
the term given to the person who wears the clothes and poses as a person of the opposite sex.
a Latin phrase for the suit for recovering damages from a person who has taken land or property that is not his.
a trust where a trustee does not have any role to play.
the term that is given to a widow who holds property by a virtue of the right of a wife to her husband’s property. See dower rights.
a term that is used for bail that is for a limited and set period of time.
the term that means namely or that is to say.
a person who possesses property in his own right and is the opposite of a joint tenant. See tenant, sole.
This term applies to the property and money that is held in a trust and the property and money that is administered by the trustees.
type of life insurance policy with no loan or cash value that can be cancelled at any time when a premium is not paid.
the federal agency that ensures a fair trade practice and ensures that the public is not going to be defrauded.
a term for the unstated and implied understanding without it being committed to writing.
This term is applied to the blanket denial that covers all charges.
the term applied when the title to a mortgaged property is kept by the mortgagee until the owner has paid off the mortgage in full.
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