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.
a term that means to bear witness and is a declaration at the conclusion of a court order that bears witness to the official character of the document.
This term applies to a trust that violates all of the rules that concern perpetuities. See perpetuity.
See fee tail.
the denying of all conclusions that have been made by the grand jury in an indictment.
the name of a federal board that was established to develop the Tennessee River and its tributaries.
a mortgage that is the subject to the first and second mortgage.
This involve re-trying the same issues in the same court but with another jury after the verdict has been handed down due to new facts.
a trial where a judge will make the decision and issue a verdict after having heard a case.
a trust that needs action by the originator for it to become fully effective and meaningful.
the name of the person who had a lease on a property and it has expired but he is still able to live there with the owner’s consent.
the term that means having had a trial heard by a court.
refusing to answer a question on the grounds of self-incrimination. See the fifth amendment.
the jury that will hear all evidence and decide the case.
to intentionally falsify facts to gain something for your own benefit or to defraud.
a will where 2 people leave their property to the survivor. See will, mutual.
See hidden tax.
a term for the power to make a will as prescribed by law.
the name of a federal court of law that deals with tax disputes.
This term is given to a recognisable name , marking or term that a company can by law use to identify itself and its products. See infringement of trademark.
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