Employer’s Liability is accountability legally held against an employer. Employers may be held liable for an accident arising out of the general course of employment. In some jurisdictions, it is possible for the employee to take legal action against the employer to recover damages for harm caused by the employer’s negligence.
Employer’s Liability Insurance is a that policy covers accountability legally held against an employer for harm arising from an accident occurring during the general course of employment.
To Encroach is to advance gradually beyond usual or acceptable limits. To gain unlawfully upon the lands, property, or authority of another.
Endorsement refers to the signing of a document which allows for the legal transfer of a negotiable from one party to another.
A type of insurance policy which will pay out a lump sum on a fixed date in the future, or when you die if this happens earlier.
Enforcement is to pursue a civil action after a judgement has been made. Usually the collection of fines and other monetary orders carried out by a Magistrates Court.
Enforcement/enforcing a judgment is when a judgment/order has not been paid or terms obeyed with, enforcement proceedings can be issued to ensure compliance. A court can order such action as the seizure of a defendant’s property for sale.
The claimant can ask the court to Enter Judgment on Admission when the defendant has admitted all or part of the case and offered payment or other restitution.
Entry of Judgment is the decision of the Court in favour of one or other of the parties.
Environmental Law is the collective body of rules and regulations, orders and statutes, constraints and allowances that seeks to protect or enhance the environment. Legal basis for measuring active accountability and liability of environmental crime or failure to comply with legal provisions. Legal constraints on economic activities in an environment.