Legal Translation And Court Interpreting Ethical Values Quality Competence Training

Author: Annikki Liimatainen
Publisher: Frank & Timme GmbH
ISBN: 3732902951
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ESTERM (n.d.) = Estonian multilanguage LSP terminology banN: ESTERM. http://[18.6.2016]. Feldmann, Magnus (2003): “Free trade in the
1990s: Understanding Estonian exceptionalism.” In: Democratizatsiya: The
Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 11 (4), 517–533. Gifis, Steven H. (1991):
Barron's law dictionary. New YorN: Barron's. Gifis, Steven H. (1996): Barron's law
dictionary. New YorN: Barron's. Gile, Daniel (2009): Basic concepts and models
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Law Dictionary Sixth Edition

Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 1438082460
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A deliberate effort has been made to ensure that the definitions are accurate both
from an historical perspective and in light of recent developments in the law.
Where a treatise or hornbook has been used, the students are encouraged to go
to the cited source for a fuller explanation when their interest is sufficiently
aroused. In those few instances where the pronouns he and him appear in
definitions, they have been used to conform to standard law prose. It should be
understood that in ...

Environmental Crime

Author: Mary Clifford
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 0763794287
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Washington, DC: Executive Office of the President, Council on Environmental
Quality. Retrieved from
Ferrey, S. (1997). Environmental law: Examples and explanations. New York:
Aspen. Findley, R. W., & Farber, D. A. (1991). Environmental law (3rd ed.). St.
Paul, MN: West. Findley, R. W., & Farber, D. A. (1992). Environmental law in a
nutshell. St. Paul, MN: West. Gifis, S. H. (Ed.). (1991). Barron's law dictionary.
Hauppauge, NY: ...

Causes Of Action Second

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According to Webster's Dictionary, privacy is "the quality or state of being apart
from company or observation." Barron's Law Dictionary (3d ed. 1991), offers a
similar definition, focusing on the right to be left alone. It is not until the last
paragraph in its discussion of the right to privacy that there is any reference to a
person's right to control the commercial use of his or her image. The definition of "
invasion of privacy" in Barron's continues with the focus on being left alone and
mental ...

Ship Building Sale And Finance

Author: Baris Soyer
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1317424751
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See also Barron's Law Dictionary (6th edn, 2010.) — 'AS IS: in the condition in
which presently found; commercial term denoting agreement that buyer shall
accept delivery of goods in the condition in which they are found on inspection
prior to purchase, even if they are damaged or defective. Sale of goods “as is”
when based on inspection of a sample requires that the goods delivered be of
the same type and quality as the sample. UCC § 2-316. Homes and used cars
are often sold ...

The Law Dictionary Explaining The Rise Progress And Present State Of The British Law Etc The 4 Ed With Extensive Additions By Thomas Colpitts Granger

Author: Thomas Edlyne Tomlins
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In which signification it agrees with other nations, where baronia are as much as
provincia : so that barons are such as have the government of provinces, as their
fee holden of the king; some having greater, and others less authority within their
territories; it is probable that, formerly, in this kingdom, all those were called
barons that had ... that none but the barones majores should come to parliament,
who, for their extraordinary wisdom, interest, or quality, should be summoned by

University Of Chicago Law Review Volume 81 Number 3 Summer 2014

Author: University of Chicago Law Review
Publisher: Quid Pro Books
ISBN: 161027850X
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174 Steven H. Gifis, Law Dictionary 464 (Barron's 6th ed 2010), quoting Milton D.
Green, Basic Civil Procedure 227 (Foundation 2d ed 1979) (emphasis omitted).
175 For background on res judicata, see Allan D. Vestal, The Constitution and
Preclusion/Res Judicata, 62 Mich L Rev 33, 34 (1963); Allan D. Vestal, Rationale
of Preclusion, 9 SLU L J 29, 29 n 3 (1964). 176 Charles Alan Wright and Mary
Kay Kane, Law of Federal Courts § 100A at 723 (West 7th ed 2011). 177 Gifis,
Law ...

A Law Dictionary

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But when by experience it appear'd, that the Parliament was two much pester'd
by such multitudes, it grew the custom that none should come, but such as the
King for their extraordinary Wisdom and Quality, thought good to call by writ;
which ... Yet nevertheless, there are Barons by Writ, as well as by letters Patent,
and they may be discern'd by their Titles; because the Barons by Writ are those
that to the Title of Lord, have their own Sirnames annex'd, whereas Barons by
Letters Patent ...

Lawyers Making Meaning

Author: Jan M. Broekman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400754582
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In US practice, the distinction between law and equity is the set of remedies each
offers. The most common civil remedy a court of law can award is monetary
damages. Equity, however, enters injunctions or decrees directing someone
either to act or to forbear from acting. Barron's Law Dictionary20 mentions how
equity develops as a separate body of law in England because of the inability of
the common law courts to entertain or provide remedy for every injury. Perelman
quotes the ...

A Law Dictionary Or The Interpreter Of Words And Terms

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So then Barons seem to be such, as have the Government of Provinces, as their
Fee-holden of the King ; some having greater, some lesser Authority within their
Territories: Yet it may be probably thought, that of old times here in England, they
... But when by experience it appear'd, that the Parliament was two much pester'd
by such multitudes, it grew the custom that none should come, but such as the
King for their extraordinary Wisdom and Quality, thought good to call by writ;
which ...