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Contracts (31 Books)


This collection provides exposure to basic contract law. The course will identify the scope and purpose of the legal protection accorded to interests predicated on contract and will focus on problems of contract formation, interpretation, performance, and remedies for breach. (Autumn)

 
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The Rights of Crime Victimsdoes Legal Protection Make a Difference

By: Jeremy Travis

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: The President?s Task Force on Victims of Crime concluded in its 1982 Final Report that there was a serious imbalance between the rights of criminal defendants and the rights of crime victims. This imbalance was viewed as so great that the task force proposed an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to provide crime victims with ?the right to be present and to be heard at all critical stages of judicial proceedings.? The recommended amendment has not been enacted by...

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The Legal Protection of Woman Among the Ancient Germans

By: Rullkoetter, William

Women's rights ; Women ; Sex and law ; Femmes ; Femmes ; Sexualité et droit ; Film/Fiche is presented as orginally captured.

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The Legal Protection of Woman Among the Ancient Germans

By: Rullkoetter, William

Women's rights ; Women

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The Legal Protection of Woman Among the Ancient Germans

By: Rullkoetter, William

Women's rights ; Women

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Dependent and Delinquent Children in Georgia; A Study of the Preva...

By: United States. Children's Bureau; Lundberg, Emma O. (Emma Octavia)

Creek War, 1813-1814

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Standards of Legal Protection for Children Born Out of Wedlock : A...

By: United States. Children's Bureau
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Legal Systems Strengthened

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: USAID?s program to strengthen legal systems increases public awareness of legal rights, strengthens legal protection of human rights, and enhances public relations and advocacy skills of human rights organizations. The program also increases the abilities ...

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Japan Social Development Fund Grant Proposal : Access to Legal Ser...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The objective of this grant is to provide support to the Ministry of Justice of Cape Verde (and also to the Bar Association and the Association of Women Jurists of Cape Verde) in its Legal Centers' efforts to increase access to justice to vulnerable groups including women and offer legal protection from gender related discrimination and crime. The grant would especially target poor and socially vulnerable women in all nine inhabited islands of the archipelago.

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Striking a Balance: The 1995 Asylum Reforms a Walk Down Another Street

By: Gregg A. Beyer

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: Asylum processing around the world, not only in the United States, evokes both passion and controversy. Born of the compassionate desire to help people in need of the legal protection from persecution that their country cannot give them, asylum processing also requires the necessary but controversial suspension of certain immigration controls, especially for those who had to flee with no documents or even false documents.

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Military Law Review Volume 85

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: SYMPOSIUM ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND CIVIL LAW: Introduction: In this volume the Military Law Review continues the series of symposia on specialized areas of military law which commenced with volume 80. With this volume, also, one cycle of those symposia has been completed: Each of the four major areas of military lawcriminal law, contract law, international law, and now administrative and civil law-has been the subject of at least one volume of the Review ...

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Symposium on Administrative and Civil Law: Introduction

By: Percival D. Park

Military Law Review

Excerpt: In this volume the Military Law Review continues the series of symposia on specialized areas of military law which commenced with volume 80. With this volume, also, one cycle of those symposia has been completed: Each of the four major areas of military law criminal law, contract law, international law, and now administrative and civil law-has been the subject of at least one volume of the Review.

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The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Volume 4

By: Madame la Marquise de Montespan

President de Nesmond.?Melladoro.?A Complacent Husband and His Love-sick Wife.?Tragic Sequel. President de Nesmond?upright, clear-headed magistrate as he was?was of very great service to me at the Courts of Justice. He always managed to oblige me and look after my interests and my rights in any legal dispute of mine, or when I had reason to fear annoyance on the part of my husband.

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The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, V4

By: Madame La Marquise De Montespan

Excerpt: President de Nesmond?upright, clear?headed magistrate as he was?was of very great service to me at the Courts of Justice. He always managed to oblige me and look after my interests and my rights in any legal dispute of mine, or when I had reason to fear annoyance on the part of my husband. I will here relate the grief that his young wife caused him, and it will be seen that, by the side of this poor President, M. de Montespan might count himself lucky. Having lo...

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Provisional Product List for Naics 52: Finance and Insurance

By: U.S. Census Bureau Department

Statistical Reference Document

Excerpt: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 C M U C M U Canada Mexico U.S. 52 1 Financial Products X X X 52 1.1 Financing Products Services that provide money or credit to businesses, consumers and t X X X 52 1.1.1 Loans A loan is money advanced to a borrower, to be repaid at a later date, usually with interest. Loans may be payable on demand (?Demand loans?), in equal monthly installments (?Installment Loans?), or due at maturity (?Time Loan?). The major types are Comm...

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Interstate Compact on Juveniles

By: Christopher Holloway

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Interstate Compact on Juveniles (ICJ) is a multi-State agreement that provides the procedural means to regulate the movement across State lines of juveniles who are under court supervision. Specifically, ICJ is a legal contract between all 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Guam that provides for the monitoring and/or return of any juvenile who: ... Has run away from home without the consent of a parent or legal guardian ... Is plac...

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Interstate Compact on Juveniles

By: Christopher Holloway

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Interstate Compact on Juveniles (ICJ) is a multi-State agreement that provides the procedural means to regulate the movement across State lines of juveniles who are under court supervision. Specifically, ICJ is a legal contract between all 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Guam that provides for the monitoring and/or return of any juvenile who: Has run away from home without the consent of a parent or legal guardian. Is placed on p...

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Swarna Jayaweera

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: This paper looks from a gender perspective at policies and programmes for the advancement of rural women in Sri Lanka. It reviews the policies and programmes in the context of the overall situation of rural women and the agencies and institutions responsible for formulating and implementing programmes. The paper notes that policies and programmes have had a disproportionately adverse impact on rural women. Literature reveals the low priority and conflicting tren...

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Opening Statement of Dr. Richard L. Thurston 1 Vice President and ...

By: Dr. Richard L. Thurston

Government Reference Publication

Introduction. The Founding Fathers of the United States of America provided in the Constitution for Congress ?to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.? 3 U.S. Patent system proponents argue that the patent grant created by the Founding Fathers creates the potential for financial and other economic returns to the inventor, thus providing ince...

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B. Intellectual Property

By: Roderick Darling

Excerpt: The human capacity for intelligence, creativity, and collaboration produces an abundance of new information, inventions, and artistic creations. Insofar as these fruits of the mind are afforded legal protection, they constitute intellectual property. Like other property, intellectual property may be commercially exploited. This article describes the common types of intellectual property and discusses the tax issues that may arise when exempt organizations are in...

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The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, Volume 4

By: Madame La Marquise De Montespan

President de Nesmond. Melladoro. A Complacent Husband and His Love-sick Wife. Tragic Sequel. President de Nesmond—upright, clear-headed magistrate as he was—was of very great service to me at the Courts of Justice. He always managed to oblige me and look after my interests and my rights in any legal dispute of mine, or when I had reason to fear annoyance on the part of my husband. I will here relate the grief that his young wife caused him, and it will be seen that, by t...

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