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Law & Legal Issues

The laws of a society is a set of rules and principles that determine a system of society's dos and don'ts, and the institutions that legislate and enforce the laws. Ask your questions about laws, legal systems, and legal issues here.

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Is driving over the curb during your driving test a reason for disqualification?

Driving over the curb during your driving test is a reason for disqualification ...
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Do detox drinks show up on drug tests?

Detox does show up on a drug test . It says that you have used this substance , and might bring up suspicion . ...
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Define Organizational Behavior and explain the relationship of Organizational behavior with other disciplines?

organizational behaviour is concerned with the study of what people do in an organization and how Th behaviour affects the performance of the organisation is concerned with the employment status in the working situations,about their jobs work,absenteesim,employment turnover,productvity,human performance and management. organizational behaviour is the study and application of knowledge about how people act within the organization's is the human tool for human benefit's applies to the behaviour of people in all types of organization such as business,government ,corporations,service sector organisations. organizational behaviour can say...
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If anyone ensnare another putting a ban upon him but if he cannot prove it then he that ensnared him shall be put to death what does this law mean?

This basically means like if any one is captured and the "steeler" is not proven innocent then he shall die :'( ... Hope this helped O_o ...
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Is threatening to kill someone a crime?

Yes it is ,uttering threats to cause bodily harm or death is a serious offence in many parts of the world ....
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What are the views on segregation of the NAACP and UNIA?

The NAACP is against segregation, while the UNIA supports segregation. NAACP stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Kannada, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)

B.com first year kannada notes?

Sir, actualy iam kannada medium student that this year i am taken admission to b.com 1st year in Kuvempu university, i am getting difficult to study, because all subjects are in english , so can you help me ...
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What is the purpose of NSTP?

THE PURPOSE OF NSTP NSTP stands for National Service Training Program. It is embodied in Republic Act 9163 of the Philippines, known as the "National Service Training Program (NSTP) Act of 2001." The purpose of NSTP is stated in Section 2 of RA 9163. It says that the law was passed to: * promote civic consciousness among the youth * develop the youth's physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being * inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism * advance the youth's involvement in...
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How do equal employment laws apply to personnel recruiting activities?

how specifically do equal employment laws apply to personnel recruiting activities ...
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What do you gain from watching media that do not present a universal truth?

An expanded knowledge of the world around us
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If there is 2 siblings can 1 sibling do anything in an estate without the other?

Not nearly enough information is given. If the "estate" being referred to is the 'estate' of a deceased parent(s) the siblings have only as much authority over the estate as the will of the deceased allows them. They each inherit individually what the will gives them, and if they inherit anything jointly, they cannot do anything with their joint-inheritance without BOTH being in agreement. It sounds like the questioner needs the advice of an attorney. ...
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Are bullwhips illegal?

Under any law, no they are perfectly legal. They are cattleman's/drover's tools that break the sound barrier and produce a crack that would aid in directing the herd of cattle out in the field ...
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Is MPB today legal?

Absolutely. The difference between a business and a scam is a business has a product or service. MPB Today sells groceries and Walmart gift cards at fair prices (products). If you choose to get into business and earn money they have a $10 yr website that is needed to do business (service). This is an incredible company that allows regular people to make money or at least eliminate their grocery bill with out any finical strain. You are going to eat eventually,...
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What is the natural law school of jurisprudence?

a classical school of jurisprudence
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, History of the United States, Chile

How are laws made in Chile?

They are made in the Congress of the country
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List several gulf coast industries that all americans are dependent upon in some way?

Americans depend on oil refineries to produce much of our domestic supply of oil. In addition, pipelines from this region supply natural gas and petroleum products to markets throughout the country. ...
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What are the answers for ICS 800 questions?

Answers to the Incident Command System (800 level) can be found in the material provided prior to taking the ICS 800 quiz. You'll have to study it. ...
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What are three examples of individuals who have legal disabilities?

blind people - Senior citizens - Deaf people Another View: Being a 'senior citizen', in-and-of-itself, is NOT considered to be a legal disability under federal law. Some more examples would include: Persons confined to wheelchairs - persons with amputated limbs - persons with court adjudged mental disabilities - etc. - the list can go on and on. ...
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What is the penalty for lying to the police. When i made my statement i was very annoyed and intoxicated. I now want to retract my statment and the police say they will arrest me?

Well it really matters what you lie about if you lie about. Perjury charges can get pretty high when you lie under oath. If you benefited by the lie, you will usually be required to pay back all of the benefit. If you lie on a Federal document, you can go to jail. If you lie about your education on a resume, you can lose the job and have to pay back what you had made. ...