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Act of State Doctrine
In international law, a theory that each country's governmental actions are autonomously and not subject to judicial review by the courts in other countries
In international aw, teh taking of private property by a government; also known as expropriation; in torts use of the nave likeness or image of another for commercial purposes.
international law, a traty between two nations
Documents prepared by lawyers on teh appeal of a case to provide the appellate court with a summary of teh case adn teh issues involved.
Name given to abbriviated description of a court case or statute
laws affecting teh private rights of individuals
code of federal regulations
series of volumes carrying the enactments of all federal agencies
originally teh law of england made uniform after william teh conqueror today teh nonstatutory law and teh law found in judical precedent
in international law the taking of private property by a government
Doucument that contains teh basic rights in a society and the structure of its governmenet; cannot be changed without the approval of teh societys members
a crime in which the victim is defrauded by an international act of the perpetraton
The portion of the law that originated to afford remedies when money damages were not apropriate; currently remedies of law and equity have merged and courts can award either or both
Law of teh executive branch; sets policies for administrative workers and contracts.
the taking of private property by a government for government use also know as appropriation
equitable remedy in which courts order or enjoin a particular activity
the philosophy of law
a theory of jurisprudence that allowsonly those laws that serve to offer fairness, equality and opportunity.
a treaty agreed to by several nations
the taking of private property by a gavernment for governmental use
natural law theory
law or princiles of behavior that exist without being written; supreme laws that canot be circumvented
laws at the teh city town or country level
the right of parties to determine privately their choice of law
a theory of jurisprudence that teh law is whatever those who are in charge say the law should be that law come from power
the law of contracts and the intrabusiness laws such as personnel rules
laws that provide the means for enforcing rights
law passed by some governmental agency
latin term for "let the decision stand"the doctrine of following or sidtinuishing case precedent
state lwas passed by legislatures
law codified and written pssed by some governmental entitystatutory law
laws that give rights and rsponsibilities to individuals
in international law an agreement between two or more nations
uniform commercial code UUC
Uniform law adopted in forty-nine states governing sales contracts for goods commercial paper security interests documents of title and securities transfers
series of laws drafted by groups of business people law professors and lwyers adopted and codified by states to help attain a more unifor mommercial environment for transactions
united states code USC
statutory volumes of congressional enactments
a treaty accepted and rewcognized by all contries
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