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  • Uk Law I.E. Acts Of Parliament
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    Specific Restrictions on Freedom of Speech and statement Defamation If a statement is made that makes false statements that would harm a person's reputation, then they can be liable - LIBEL Censorship no censorship of plays but the Theatre Act 1968 makes it a criminal offence to present a play which is likely to corrupt / deprave any individual local authorities will decide whether a film is suitable for public viewing. They also have the responsibility of granting licenses for premises to show ...
  • Controversial Sections Of The Usa Patriot Act
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    Life and Liberty "A bill of rights are what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse". -Thomas Jefferson 1781 "There has been no abuse of rights, and sometimes we must weigh rights against responsibilities". -Attorney General John Ashcroft 2004 Since our founding fathers first drafted a constitution, America's core values have been life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; without interference from the government. For the better part of tw...
  • Its Federal Policy On Wetland Conservation
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    Introduction The issue of wetland conservation and policy has long been an issue of controversy among interest groups and industry. When observing the number of endangered or threatened species that inhabit wetlands it is apparent that there is a pressing need to conserve them, especially when the leading cause of species loss is habitat destruction (Nowlan and Jeffries, 1996). There is currently in place a system of policies and laws which culminate to create a relatively effective means of enf...
  • Bill The Patriot Act 2
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    Patriot Act 2: The Domestic Security Enhancement Act After the horrendous terrorist attack on the New York Trade Center a new Bill was passed by congress shortly after September 11, 2004. This bill is known as The Domestic Security Enhancement Act also called Patriot Act 2. This bill was designed as a follow-up to the USA Patriot Act to work in increasing government surveillance, detention and other law enforcement powers while reducing basic checks and balances on such powers. By the beginning ...
  • Sections Of The Sarbane Oxley Act
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    This paper has been written as a guide to The Sarbane-Oxley Act (SOA). The use of the enclosed material may be used to introduce students to the legislation. Corporate governance is very important especially after the scandals U.S. businesses recently endured. Armed with the knowledge of SOA, the reader will be assisted with understanding the sections, compliance and some implications of the act. The student will then be able to conduct further study with this knowledge and assist their corporat...
  • Look At Mr Siskos
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    If the question arises regarding the rights of a consumer, we must seek to prove whether a retailer is liable. Quarks TV Emporium Ltd is a retail business, which had advertised a new 28 inch stereo television with teletext. Mr Sisko bought the television set for 300 but after a month it went wrong and Mr Sisko discovered it was a cheaper mono model. Mr Sisko wanted his money back but had signed a clause in the sales contract excluding liability under the Sale of Goods Act. The following points m...
  • Section 2 1
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    Section 1 1. Looking Backward- Novel that made socialism seem like an attractive alternative to the current industrial society. Wobblies- Labor union made by Debs and De Leon. Ida Tarbell - Famous women muckraker. John Dewey- Argued that the value of government actions should be measured by the good they do. Oliver Wendell Holmes- Wrote that the law should not be an absolute set of principles but a tool to meet the needs of society. Muckrakers- Journalists who dug up the mud on a topic. 2. Socia...
  • Risk Assessment Requirements Of The Act
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    ABSTRACT The Mine Health and Safety Act came into operation on 15 January 1997. One of the groundbreaking sections that were included in the new Act is Section 21. In Section 21 (1) (a) of the Act certain responsibilities are placed on any person who wants to conduct business with any mine. It is clear that the legislator identified that the contractor would able to identify the issues that can be a contributing factor in accidents and cases of ill health associated with their products. It can a...
  • Interpretation Section 3
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    This essay will examine the extent to which the Human Rights Act 1998 has incorporated the European Convention on Human Rights. The focus of the essay will analysis the nature of section 3 Of The Human Rights Act assessing the new obligation placed on judiciary to incorporate The European convention Articles articles, and also highlighting both the problems facing individuals in seeking redress by depending on section 3 as seen in GET CIATION and also the problems facing the judiciary in the app...
  • Patriot Act
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    Desperate times call for extraordinary, as well as frantic measures. The aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks brought America closer together. Volunteers united to comfort those who lost loved ones. While great patriotism and devotion poured from the hearts of our citizens, Congress developed and passed the Patriot Act. This piece of legislature is unlawful, inadequately defined and isolates the United States from the rest of the world. The Patriot Act is first and foremost unconstitu...

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