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Yes. Go to this web page. It's the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). http://www.michigan.gov/documents/article9_18815_7.pdf
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C. hazarous substances in the work place
no, that's false. Added: (in the US) the question is a TRUE statement. However you will suffer the consequences of your state's motor vehiicle operators licensing laws which i…n most instances provides for an automatic suspension or revocation (depending on the state) for refusing to take an "implied consent" DUI test.
The right to cure in California law allows the borrower ,who is indefault of the mortgage, to pay the amount due on the mortgage, andall costs and expenses. This must be done …between the time theforeclosure notice is filed and 5 days before the foreclosure sale.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) gives the patient access to their medical record (but not psychotherapy notes) at the federal level. Fu…rthermore, HIPAA has a clause that allows "more stringent" State law to supercede HIPAA if the State law is more protective of the patient's privacy and/or allows more access for the patient to their own records. Parents may or may not have a "right to know" about the medical condition of minors in their custody, even if they are legal custodians. Reasons for this appear at the state and federal level, change constantly, and are way to numerous to list conclusively here. A few reasons custodians may not be allowed access to a minor's info include:Pregnancy, especially if there is a possiblity that the parents' knowledge of the pregnancy would put the minor and/or the fetus at risk.In cases of suspected abuse.In cases of HIV/AIDS or other STD's. The patient themself may not have right to know in the following instances:Possibly in cases where the notes include the hospital's preparations for an anticipated legal action. This last is highly complex and I'm not aware of any case law, so exactly what it means, even the courts don't know.If access to the minor's record would endanger a thrid party. For instance, if a friend of the patient informs the hospital privately of the patient's condition in such as way that the patient or the patient's guardians may respond violently.In cases where names are transmitted from third parties. For instance, if the patient's record contains a name of another patient, that name would be supressed.Psychotherapy notes.The Provider may withold information from guardians if she has cause to believe that revealing such information would present a danger to the patient or to another party. Otherwise, "Right to know" would allow for patient info to be supplied under the following situations, as long as they don't invovle an exclusion listed above:Any information the patient wishes to release except psychotherapy notes.Law enforcement must be notified of any actions the patient plans or may commit that represent a danger to herself or others and are a crime. For instance, if the patient indicates the intent to commit murder, the provider must notify law enforcement. Law enforcement in turn may opt to notify the potential victim of the threat.The patient's Personal Representitive (as described in HIPAA 164.502(g)(2) must be notified of everything the patient would be told, unless there is cause to assume that informing the Personal Representative could represent a threat to the patient's wellbeing. Note that PR's are not necessarily parents, have a Power of Attorney, or an Enduring Will.If the patient is incarcerated, the Correctional Agency has a right to know their medical condition (but not their psychotherapy notes).If the patient is in the military, the military has a right to know their medical condition (but not their psychotherapy notes). Note that informing the parents of adolescent girls' pregnancies is generally the center of the "Right to know" debate (although one could argue STD's are as well). While this varies from state to state, the general rule is the parents do not necessarily have a "right" to know this information. The primary basis for information release to parents derrives from a different area altogether. More and more, medicine relies on "care networks" -- groups of people -- often familes -- that assist in the patient's care. Typically, close blood relatives and spouses are part of this (barring again concerns regarding abuse or danger to the patient). As such, by custom, they are part of the patient's caregiveing "team" and will generally be provided with quite a lot of information, unless the patient has asked this info be witheld, or the providers have concerns about dangers to the patient in revealing this info. -------------------------- The above answer has nothing to do with this question. What this is asking is about the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). A. Collective bargaining B. Medical record confidentiality C. Hazardous substances in the workplace D. Sexual Harassment in the workplace The answer to this is C. You can find this on page 159 of your Law, Liability, and Ethics Text Book
I am not quite sure of the question but I think you are asking about access to private land for fishing and hunting. Access to private land is allowed for recreation as …long as the property is not posted against such use. Some towns have passed bylaws requiring permission from the landowner even if the land is not posted.
Yes, but they'll take you down the station then. Another View: I believe that in ALL states, when you are issued your driver's license you are either required to sign a docum…ent, OR it is already worded into statute, that by accepting your license you have given your consent to being tested for drugs and alcohol in connection with the operation of your vehicle. Therefore, you can refuse all you want to, but you will suffer the consequences for doing so.
The U.S. Constitution enumerates all the rights to which U.S. citizens are entitled.
Opinion First of all, it must be recognised that those who refuse to obey the law remain subject to that law and therefore to all penalties prescribed by that law. Having said… that, there are some limited circumstances where it could be considered right to refuse to obey the law. In most cases, that refusal is limited to passive resistance or non-compliance. Some examples that come to mind: It may be appropriate to refuse to obey a law that is demonstrably oppressive. For example, in a one-party state, such a law may be intended to suppress opposition or intimidate those who disagree with government policy. In other cases, it may be intended to suppress religious minorities. If a law forbids gatherings of opposition supporters, then it could be considered right to gather in protest. If a law demands confidentiality within the public service, but a public servant is aware of corruption, illegality or improper conduct, it could be considered right to ignore the confidentiality and pass on damning information to the media. Such a person is known as a 'whistle-blower'. If the law allows destruction of culturally sensitive buildings purely for profit, or the destruction of endangered ecologies, it could be considered right to protest and even attempt to prevent the proposed destruction. Of course, it can become a matter of judgement whether a structure is really culturally sensitive or an environment is really endangered. Some believe that refusing to serve in the armed forces, on the grounds of conscience, is right.
RULES AND GUIDELINES FOR FAMILY LAW AND RELATED MEDIATION # Effect of Rules and Guidelines The purpose of these rules is to assist you in reaching a settlement of the …issues submitted for mediation. It is hoped that the rules and guidelines will protect the integrity and confidentiality of the mediation process. It is believed that the guidelines will assist you in examining relevant factors necessary for a full discussion o f the issues. It is up to you to determine a resolution of your conflict and the mediator will not use these rules other than to protect the integrity of the process and to ensure full discussion and analysis of relevant issues. # Agreement to Mediate We shall have these rules as a part of the mediation agreement whenever the agreement provides or whenever you have agreed in writing that mediation shall be conducted by __________. These rules and any amendments shall apply in this form at the time the mediation is initiated. # Conduct of Mediation The mediation process may be conducted by the mediator(s) in whatever manner will most expeditiously permit full discussion and resolution of the issues. The mediator(s) are authorized to negotiate between you and to encourage you to settle each issue. # Concurrence of Mediator(s) The mediator(s) may indicate to you their concurrence or non-concurrence with the settlement agreement reached. A written notation of the mediator(s) concurrence or non-concurrence may be made below your signatures on the memorandum of understanding of the settlement terms and shall be signed by the mediator(s). Concurrence indicates the mediator(s) judgment that the settlement appears to be substantially equitable and fair to each party. Non-concurrence shall in no way detract from the full force and effectiveness of the settlement contract to be reached between you. The mediator(s) shall have no duty to explain or justify non-concurrence beyond a general indication of the particular area or areas toward which their non-concurrence is directed. # Confidentiality of Mediation By understanding the mediation under these rules, _____ _____ and the parties mutually agree with each other on these principles of confidentiality: ## Mediation is a procedure for reaching settlement of a dispute either in litigation or likely to be in litigation between you. ## Through the adoption of these rules you agree that neither of you, or none of you if more than two parties, may call either the mediator or any officer or agent of the mediator as a witness in any litigation of any description in which they are called upon to testify as to any matter regarding the mediation proceeding; and, in like manner, both of you shall be stopped from requiring the production of such a litigation of any records or documents or tape recordings made by the mediator. ## The foregoing exclusion from evidence and exemptions of the mediator and parties from giving testimony or being called upon to produce documents shall apply also to the use of neutral experts and other professionals called upon by you in mediation under this agreement. ## Mediations conducted by a professional mediator shall be considered settlement negotiations, shall come within the purview of his/her profession al privilege, and shall be kept confidential by terms of the contract. ## The mediator will treat all information obtained from and about the participants throughout the mediation process as confidential, and will not voluntarily disclose this information, unless disclosure is necessary for the conduct of the mediation or is required by law, without consent of both parties. Disclosure is required by law in cases of child abuse. ## For mediation to function well it is necessary that each person feel free and comfortable in bringing feelings, facts, and information forward for discussion or to assist in the negotiations. To help foster openness, parties waive their right to compel the mediator or mediator's agents to disclose information obtained from mediation. ## If mediation was ordered by the court to resolve a domestic dispute relating to child custody and visitation, each party may refuse to disclose and prevent a witness from disclosing any communication made in mediation. How ever, the legal privilege to avoid or prevent disclosure of information does not apply to required child abuse reporting, crime committed in mediation, or expressed intent to commit a crime in the future. # Full Disclosure Each person shall fully disclose in the presence of the other all information and writings, such as financial statements, income tax returns, etc. requested by the mediator an d all information requested by the opposite party if the mediator find such other disclosure is appropriate to the mediation process and may aid you in reaching a settlement. # Preparation of Budgets The preparation of budgets by each of you is an essential part of the mediation process. If either of you fails or refuses to prepare a budget adequately reflecting his/her needs, the mediator shall have the duty to suspend mediation of these issues, or, at the mediator's discretion, declare an impasse. # Participation of Children and Others Children or other person s having a direct interest in the mediation may participate in mediation sessions related to their interest with consent of the parties and the mediator. Without such consent, only the parties may be present or participate in mediation. The mediator may always meet with the children when the mediator thinks it is best to do so. # Transfers of Property During the mediation process, neither of us will transfer, encumber, conceal, or in any other way dispose of assets except in the usual course of business or for the necessities of life. Transactions by either party in the regular course of business and for any other purpose affecting 10% or more of the total assets will require prior mutual agreement. # Drafting of Memorandum of Understanding The mediator, at the conclusion of the sessions, shall draft a detailed memorandum setting forth the decisions agreed upon by you in mediation and describing the proposed terms of settlement and will attach factual documents. The memorandum shall contain background information about the parties and shall set forth the factual information relied upon by the parties in reaching settlement. The memorandum w ill be submitted by each of you to your attorneys who will review and implement your decisions as reflected in the memorandum. Any new issues raised by your attorneys shall be returned to mediation for further negotiations. # Legal Representation The mediator, although he is a lawyer, is neither acting as attorney for, nor providing advice to, nor representation of, any party in mediation; and you agree that legal issues relating to our decisions in mediation will be referred to your attorneys which you might retain before, during, or after the process. You agree to obtain independent legal counsel of your own choice at the conclusion of the mediation process, if any contract or legal proceedings are to follow mediation. You understand that the mediator does not represent either or both of you. After mediation and before a binding legal settlement agreement is made in order to avoid risk of defeating the agreement or of accidental or irreparable harm, legal representation is required and you each agree to retain counsel of your own choice to represent you. It is also suggested that you obtain legal counsel before and during the mediation process so that you may discuss legal issues with your own attorney before or between sessions as the negotiations continue. Your consent to the mediation allows a lawyer ethically to act as mediator to mediate between you as a neutral third party in the dispute, but no attorney-client relationship exists between the mediator an d either or both of you in mediation. You understand that emotions affect negotiations and that your interests are or may be in conflict or potential conflict. The mediator recognizes this and will help you move gradually through negotiating the various issues which arise. # Amendment of Rules The mediator reserves the right to amend these rules at any time, provided, however, such amendment shall not apply to existing controversies which are in mediation on the date of such amendment without consent of the disputants and the mediator. # Impasse The mediator may declare an impasse at any time when in his/her judgment the agreement-making process is blocked or has halted and is not likely to proceed further. # Separate Sessions (Private Sessions, Caucuses) It may be helpful to the mediation for the mediator to meet with each party separately. This is to allow each party to express things he or she may not feel comfortable expressing in the mediation joint session. The party in the private session may ask that information disclosed there be kept confidential from the other party. The mediator will either follow this request or will let the party know that it cannot be honored if mediation is to continue, giving the mediator or the party the option of terminating the mediation without disclosure of the information to the other party. If confidentiality is requested, the mediator may use the confidential information as deemed appropriate to the process but without disclosure to the other party or parties. # Meetings with Third Parties The mediator may suggest that the parties consult with a third party, such as an accountant or an appraiser, to gather additional information to be brought back to the mediation session to permit informed negotiations. Parties agree to cooperate in this process. The mediator may consult with a third party with the prior consent of the parties. # Temporary Suspension or Termination by Mediator The mediator may temporarily suspend or terminate the mediation if, in the judgment of the mediator, the parties cannot prudently reach an agreement without outside help, there is a known or potential conflict of interest of the mediator, there has not been fair and full disclosure, a party is unable or unwilling to participate in the mediation process, continuation would harm a party or the proposed agreement does not protect the best interest of the __________, or if the mediator believes the agreement does or will involve overreaching, duress, or unfairness. # Conclusion In conclusion, a breakup is always painful, and negotiations and planning for life afterwords is not always easy. However, the mediator understands this will assist you in your effort so that it can be concluded as smoothly and economically as possible.
"This note is legal for all debs, public and private", right? That was added to money when the government seized the gold reserves that backed the money. Money used to mean th…at it was something you could trade in for something real - gold or silver. The government decided to back it - by their good word. (You may know how good the government's word is by calculating the difference between $35 an ounce in 1933 to the current price in 2010 - $1,096. The value of the gold is the same, the value of the government's "word" has plummeted.) The line had to be added to the money, because otherwise, most woulld have refused to use it, prefering "real" money of gold or silver. The law still exists. But there are some things people don't realize. Such as buying things at a store not counting as "debt". The law - as amended in the sixties - requires creditors to accept cash, but not private stores or citizens.
In Property Law
You should contact the attorney who represented you when you purchased the property and request a copy of the title examination. If that is not possible you can hire a title e…xaminer to get a professional opinion or try to research your property yourself at the land records office. The staff could get you started. See the related question link provided below.
The Right to Know allows the consumers to protect themselves against any form of personal harm, be it mental, physical or monetary before buying the item. It is the basic righ…t of any consumer.
You or your counsel can attempt it, however it is not normally a defense used within a family law context and may not be admissible. -quote- "Claim of right doctrine is a pr…inciple of taxation that causes a taxpayer to recognize income if she or he receives the income even though they do not have a fixed right to the income. This doctrine has currently become a source of abuse attempted by taxpayers seeking to evade paying their income tax by claiming that they do not have a right to the income." -unquote-
That is a matter of ethics rather than law. It would seem advantageous for an attorney to at least speak with the opposing counsel - but they may have their reasons not to do …so. If you are unhappy with your attorney's performance employ a new attorney.
Information on California family law is available on many government websites. Some examples include California Courts, California LegInfo, and Los Angeles Superior Court.