What does a judicial waiver mean?

Answer A judicial waiver is a decision that a judge makes to allow the courts to treat a juvenile as an adult. Judicial waivers are used most frequently in the criminal-justice setting. Some courts provid... Read More »

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What does ss mean on a lien waiver?

The abbreviation "ss" stands for the Latin word "scilicet," which means "that it is to say" and "namely." It appears on liens next to the state and county the lien originated in.References:Merriam-... Read More »

What does only the disability waiver of premium under basic life insurance coverage will remain in force mean?

Although international travel insurance is not required by law it is very necessary. Travel insurance protects the travelor from any unforseen eventuality such as medical emergencies, cost of persc... Read More »

What does governor fee waiver pay for?

Fee wavier pays for classes only, (no books, parking fees, ect.)

How does auto waiver of subrogation work?

Waivers of subrogation work in the same fashion no matter the line of insurance.A waiver of subrogation is one party agreeing who has had risk transfered to it (usually an insurance company) agreei... Read More »