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    santa clause

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    Christmas, few people stop to think how it originated. Started as a pagan holiday during the time of Romans, it developed in to a Christian celebration dedicated for Christ. People in different age groups, both kids and adults, enjoy the season of Christmas. Christmas has been very big and an inspiring holiday for many families around the world for many centuries. Packed with busy shoppers, jingle bells, colorful lights and Santa Claus, Christmas is thought by many people to be “the most wonderful

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    arbitration clauses should ever restrict the arbitration to only one group of people (ex. Home builders association). If there ever is a situation in which a binding arbitration clause is acceptable, there should at least be a choice of who the arbitration is and the choices should be neutral parties (ex. In the BP credit card bill stuffer, it gave the option of the American Arbitration Association, JAMS, and the National Arbitration Forum). I do not think that binding arbitration clauses should be

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    Arbitration Clauses and Litigation

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    Arbitration Clauses and Litigation More and more companies are including arbitrational clauses in their contracts. Whether it is in an employee application or an online selling website, arbitrational clauses are becoming abundant. But do these clauses hold up in the legal system? In the recent Paypal Corporation case, the arbitration clause was not enforced due to miniscule details such as clicking a mouse. The overruling of these clauses is becoming the norm as people are beginning to realize

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    Throughout the course of time the elastic clause and the commerce clause has been utilized in court cases and arguments. With time the clauses have changed the fit into the change of society. As represented by various court cases. A variation of interpretations has been drawn out within the time frame of its establishment. A loose and strict interpretation has been implemented in the constitution depending on point of views. Although, the interpretation of the constitution is strictly restricted

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    The Commerce Clause

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    Defining and Summarizing the Commerce Clause The Commerce Clause is an article in the United States Constitution. This section of the Constitution is Article 1, Section 8, and Clause 3 (The Commerce Clause), allows Congress to have full authorization and power to oversee Commerce with numerous States, different countries with their own government, and different Indian groups of society. The terminology of the word commerce being used in the Constitution is defined as business or commercial exchanges

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    The opt-out clause of the Working Hours Directive 1998. The European Working Time Directive (EWTD) was adopted in 1993, and came into force in the UK under the Working Time Regulations 1998 as a safety measure, because of the recognised negative effects on health and safety of excessively long working hours. It also provides for statutory minimum rest-break entitlements, annual leave and working arrangements for night workers. The EWTD is also designed to help work life balance by limiting

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    Effects of the Commerce Clause

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    Without the Commerce Clause, trade between states would be greatly impeded. The Commerce Clause allows for the elimination of interstate trade barriers and thwarts in-state biases, which in turn encourages free trade between states. States still have limited power to regulate intrastate commerce provided the regulations meet a “balancing test,” but the federal Commerce Clause takes precedence over state regulations. Christians are expected to act fairly and honestly in all business practices.

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    of title clause could be. In reality, such clauses are now a far more scrutinised and difficult prospect for the unpaid seller looking for redress. Critically discuss The concept of a retention of title clause (hereinafter, referred to as ROT) can be traced back to late 19th Century in the case of McEntire v Crossley1. But it’s more well-known origins rest in the case of AIV v Romalpa2, so much so that ROT clauses are often known as ‘Romalpa clauses’. The incorporation of a ROT clause into a sale

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    Commerce Clause The strength of a state is often connected to its’ ability to gain wealth. That wealth can be supported or delayed by laws that govern the trade of goods and services between those states. The guideline is referred to as the Commerce Clause. The Commerce Clause is an established guideline from the United States Constitution. It outlines the details of the trade of goods and services. It is born from the Tenth amendment of the constitution. It outlines what can and cannot be

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    Japanese, subordinate clauses often occur without their main clauses. Ohori (1995; 1997) called them suspended clause constructions (SCCs) and formulated that a SCC occurs when “the intended message is either contextually inferable or conventionalized.” However, it is not very clear when and how the conversational participants know whether the intended message is contextually inferable (or conventionalized) or not, since a SCC and a “non-suspended version” of subordinate clause are not totally distinct

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