"Postal Rule Case" Essays and Research Papers

  • Postal Rule Case

    general rule of acceptance is been stated in the case of Entores Ltd v Miles Far East Corporation, Lord Denning claims that an acceptance does not usually valid until it is reached to the knowledge of the offeror. This principal also applies to others modes of communications which are (a) Instantaneous means of communication, (b) Postal rule and (c) Others mode of communication. However, the postal rule is an exception towards general rule for the acceptance. The traditional postal rule stated...

    21st century, Contract, Courier 1400  Words | 5  Pages

  • Postal Rule

    THE POSTAL ACCEPTANCE RULE DANE GARBETT* CONTENTS I | Introduction | 1 | II | What Is The Postal Rule | 2 | III | Justification of the Postal Rule | 2 | IV | Application of the Postal Rule | 4 | V | Conclusion | 6 | VI | Bibliography | 7 | I Introduction The decision of distance contracts has been one of the major issues that arise within contract law. In which questions had risen in regards to the application of the postal rule and whether it should continue. A strong debate...

    Case law, Commercial law, Common law 2053  Words | 7  Pages

  • Today's Postal Rule Application

    negotiating at a distance by post, telephone, telegram, telex, fax or messenger the principle obviously has important applications. (Dudgale, 1992) However in the case of postal acceptance, perhaps numerically the most common case, the rule is subject to an exception (Dudgale, 1992). It was decided in Adams v Lindsell (1818) that a postal acceptance was effective as soon as it was posted even if the letter is delayed, destroyed or lost in the post and it never reaches the offeror. On 2nd September...

    Common law, Communication, Contract 1419  Words | 4  Pages

  • Postal Rule

    The rule was established by Anthony in the 19th century cases, starting with Adams v Lindsell (1818) B & Ald 681, which was later confirmed in Dunlop v Higgins (1848) 1 HL Cas 381, Household Fire Insurance Company v Grant (1879) 4 Ex D 216 and Henthorn v Fraser [1892] 2 Ch 27. The posting rule applies only to acceptance. Other contractual letters (such as one revoking the offer) do not take effect until the letter is delivered, as in Stevenson, Jacques & Co v McLean (1880) 5 QBD 346. The implication...

    Communication, Contract, Henthorn v Fraser 927  Words | 3  Pages

  • Postal Service Case Analysis

    Postal Service Case Analysis The United States Postal Service receives no tax dollars from the federal government for their operations. They are a self-supporting agency, using the revenue from the sales of postage and postage-related products to pay expenses. Each year the postal service delivers 212 billion pieces of mail to over 144 million homes, businesses and Post Office boxes in virtually every state, city and town in the country, including Puerto Rico, Guam, the American Virgin Islands...

    Ben Gibbard, Dntel, Driver's license 912  Words | 3  Pages

  • Postal Rule

    Should the Postal Acceptance Rule extend to Modern Types of Communications such as E-mail? Joy B. Ganado I. INTRODUCTION Today, changes in the way commerce is undertaken relies very much on technology. From Internet sites advertising etc., to making agreements via email, technology forms the development of modern business operations. The stage at which technology advances is very challenging on today’s law and introduces much difficulty in the construction of an adequate...

    Communication, Contract, Defendant 2612  Words | 9  Pages

  • Postal Rule

    detail of postal rule. The brief definition of postal rule is a rule of contract law that makes an exception to the general rule that an acceptance is only created when communicated directly to the offeror (Duhaime.org n.d). The postal rule was established in the case of Adams v Lindsell . This essay also will show weather the postal rule should or should not be continue, and the rules and method to determine the timing of acceptance sent by fax and email. Discussion of Findings Postal rule are being...

    Breach of contract, Common law, Communication 3205  Words | 10  Pages

  • Us Postal Office Case Study

    Running head: United States Postal Service Case Study United States Postal Service Case Study Keller Graduate School of Management Professor R. Lee – GM588 Managing Quality Abstract The following case study discusses the Voice of the Employee, which supports improved internal process (Voice of the Business) and how the Voice of the Business supports customer satisfaction (Voice of the Customer) of the United States Postal Service. Included in the case study are suggestions for other measures...

    Balanced scorecard, Business terms, Management 892  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Rule in Turquand's Case

    The doctrine of Indoor management, popularly known as the Turquand's rule initially arose some 150 years ago in the context of the doctrine of constructive notice. The doctrine of constructive notice of a company's public documents was, of course, abolished prospectively. The rule was partly dictated by practical necessity - persons contracting with a company were not expected to spend their time checking that any required resolutions had properly been passed, at meetings that had been correctly...

    Board of directors, Corporation, Legal person 1406  Words | 4  Pages

  • Postal Rule Essay

    INTRODUCTION The general rule governing the acceptance of an offer is well established to be that acceptance is not effective until it is communicated to the offeror[1] However, an equally well established exception to this general proposition is the postal acceptance rule. Although the postal acceptance rule is deeply entrenched within our legal system, the range of the rule and its applicability to more advanced modern forms of communication are issues, which have not been conclusively determined...

    Common law, Communication, Contract 2386  Words | 8  Pages

  • Common Law: Postal Rule

    Offer should to be clear and certain. James replied, “I will sell you the ten television sets for £2500.” Here James statement was clear and certain. So it is an offer. According to Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. (1893): The advertisement in this case was held to be a unilateral offer because there was a clear prescribed act. An offer needs to be communicated, orally or written. Without communication, offer is not valid. According to Taylor v Laird (1856) 25 LJ Ex 329: An offer has no validity...

    Contract, Contract law, Invitation to treat 2685  Words | 10  Pages

  • Business Law Case Study

    Case Summary: -Bob owns a Jewelry store -Sam operates electronic security equipment store -Bob and Sam are friends -Monday, Bob held a casual conversation with Sam about fitting his store with "closed circuit television and the best available electronic locks" -Tuesday, Sam sent Bob a Quotation of price "Lists of models and List of price" -Wednesday, Bob Replied BY POST. "Choice of Supreme Model for camera" -Posted to old address, Sam received on Saturday and emailed on the same day "...

    Contract, Contract law, Contractual term 1421  Words | 5  Pages

  • Postal Rule of Acceptance

    justifications of Postal Acceptance Rule i. ‘Ad infinitum’ Justification Postal rule had existed almost for 200 years and the post had been creating problems for people which the courts are obliged to solve them logically. Why it had been creating so many problems for people and that we will be discussing later on. For now let’s look at the four main justifications for postal rule of acceptance. It came from Treitel and he believes that the four main justifications are for the creation of postal rule. First...

    Breach of contract, Contract, Contract law 532  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mailbox Rule

    Mailbox Rule Discussing Development & Application of Mailbox Rule I. Introduction In the Common Law system, “the Mailbox Rule is an alternate term for the Postal Rule; when mailed, an acceptance of an offer to contract is valid from the moment it is deposited into a mailbox; on dispatch.” The Mailbox rule is an exception to the general rule that a contract is created when acceptance is directly communicated to the offeror...

    Common law, Contract, Contract law 1898  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Rules

    * We should follow the rules so that we can maintain peace and organization within our society, economy, and even our country. Without rules no one would be able to work together. * Two different kinds of people can be heard to utter that question, "Why have rules?" One of them does not believe in rules; the other believes in rules and adds a few more words to the question, "Why have rules, if you are not going to enforce them?" I would like to examine both sides of this argument. Many people...

    2009 singles, Rules of Go, The Rules 1243  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rdd for Postal System

    Assignment No 1 TITLE: Requirements Definition Document for Postal System Group Members: Rupali Lokhande I-8 Purva Maloo I-14 Jyoti Mayne I-18 Post Office Transaction System ------------------------------------------------- Table of Contents 1. CONTEXT 2. PROBLEM 3. SOLUTION 4. benefits 1. Context Meghdoot Millenium software is used by almost all the post offices all over the country. Prior to the use of this software...

    Application software, Computer software, Counter 957  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rules of Offer and Acceptance

    In this essay, I am going to analyse the rules of offer and acceptance and then come to a conclusion as to how satisfactory I think each of them are and why. In its general sense, an offer is an indication or proposal by one person or party (offeror) to another (offeree). It consists of one party promising to do or give something for the other party’s promise to do or give something in return. There must be willingness to contract on certain terms, made with the intention that it shall become...

    Contract, Contract law, Invitation to treat 1991  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rules

    in a learners world so it is important to have an idea of these services, make contact with people in your own organisation and be prepared to do a little research. Level 3 and 4 The two questions are constructed differently, it’s not just a case of switching terms between the two. In level 3 inclusion, equality and diversity are presented as equals and they just require an explanation. You have to “identify” other points of referral in the second part of the question. However in level 4 equality...

    Affirmative action, Discrimination, Diversity 1064  Words | 5  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule, Individual Case Analysis and Explanation

    Exclusionary Rule, Individual Case Analysis And Explanation Victoria Alexander May 22, 2013 Search and seizure is a vital and problematic component of police and investigative work in almost every facet of law enforcement. The components involved in mandating accuracy, fairness, and justice must be governed. If those components are not governed by an outside source, then the opportunities for corruption, inaccuracy and dishonesty are great thereby endangering the general public’s basic civil...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1182  Words | 3  Pages

  • Discuss Whether the Postal Rule Should Continue to Be Applied, and the Scope of Communications Methods(If Any) That Should Be Covered by the Rule

    | |ASSESSMENT : RESEARCH ESSAY | | | |Discuss whether the postal rule should continue to be applied, and the | |scope of communications methods(if any) that should be covered by the rule | | | |Alfred | |22 May, 2012 ...

    Communication, Contract, Contract law 2500  Words | 9  Pages

  • What Reasons Have Been Given by the Courts for the Postal Acceptance Rule? and in What Circumstances Will the Postal Acceptance Rules Not Operate?

    obtain in each situation. Awareness allows the identification of key moments in the decision process that can be influenced. The skills permits different type of actions; negotiation, bargaining, or manipulation of pressure just to mention a few. (3)Case study Behavioral style to show a good performance in the examination of Robert and Jane must change their attitude way past the right manner and following a good behavior. They must change their perception to failed their exam again and again until...

    Cognition, Decision making, Risk 774  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of the Union on the United States Postal Service

    The effects of the union on the United States Postal Service Brittney Horton University of Phoenix HRM 531 April 09, 2012 Alesha Alstoft Abstract The United States Postal Service is one of the nations most thriving companies. It has over 600,000+ employees and is the second largest civilian employer in the United States. (DeHaven, 2010). While it is one of the countries most thriving businesses it is not void of faults. To prevent the employees from being mistreated, most...

    American Postal Workers Union, Collective bargaining, Contract 1387  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Exclusionary Rule

    In 1914, during the Supreme Court case Weeks versus the United States, the exclusionary rule was established (Hendrie 1). The exclusionary rule was a part of the Fourth Amendment. It states that evidence found at a crime scene is not admissible if it was not found under the correct procedures. This means that the government cannot conduct illegal searches of a person or place and use evidence that is found at that time. The government must go through the procedures of obtaining warrants or have...

    Crime, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Jury 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rule of Law

    RULE OF LAW In course of Twentieth century, the emergences of democratic legislations and state welfare laws have lowered the effect of natural law and common law. These laws are bit liberal and sometimes puts limitations on the rule of Law in the name of nation’s Interest. This principle of ‘Rule of Law’ has been a matter of discussion and analysis since a long time in the realm of Jurisprudence and Legal theory. But, very less interest has been shown towards the exact definition of ‘Rule of Law’...

    Common law, Jurisprudence, Justice 2436  Words | 6  Pages

  • formation of contract rules

    the court will presume that it is intended to be legally enforceable. However, this presumption can be rebutted by evidence that the parties do not intend to be legally bound (Rose and Frank v Crompton). Offer and Acceptance Definitions and Rules: “Offer” = indication of willingness to enter into contract on certain terms; = a proposal by the offeror intended to create an agreement upon its acceptance by the offeree An offer is not: (1) sales puff (2) mere supply of information (Harvey...

    Contract, Contract law, English contract case law 592  Words | 2  Pages

  • Hippa Rules

    An easy guide to knowing HIPAA rules Amy R Parsons Health Care Manager, SRMC This is a summary of the information needed for you to know when employed by this Hospital. This will go over the HIPAA rules and regulations in a broken down version so that you can easily use this as a quick reference when needed. I have tried to write this in a way that will help you to understand the way things should be handled in your job on a daily basis. I hope that this will be useful for you as an employee...

    Computer security, Electronic health record, Health care 545  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Exclusionary Rule

    The Exclusionary Rule Abstract This paper will present the Exclusionary Rule and the original intentions for its enactment. It will discuss the importance of the rule and how it is a protection against an unlawful search and seizure and a violation of the rights provided by the Fourth Amendment. Also, this document will display the history of the Exclusionary Rule, with its first appearance in the case, Boyd v. United States in 1886. Weeks v. United States will show a better-established,...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Mapp v. Ohio 2371  Words | 6  Pages

  • Cases

    State of Karnataka Respondent Appearing on behalf of Respondent INDEX SR.NO | PARTICULARS | PAGE NO. | 1. | List of Abbreviations | | 2 | Authority Cited | | 3 | Statement Of Jurisdiction | | 4 | Fact Of Case | | 5 | Issue Of The Case | | 6 | Body Of Pleading | | 7 | Prayer Clause | | LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 1. Indian Evidence Act 1872 2. Indian penal code 1860 3. Criminal Procedure code 1973 4. Criminal law 1967 AUTHORITY CITED 1. Chirra Shivaraj...

    Appeal, Case law, Crime 1754  Words | 7  Pages

  • Contract Law Case Study

    introduced in this case. Mr. Good put up an article on The Best Daily saying that he would share half of the advertising cost for anyone who places an advertisement in Best Daily with the intention of ‘initiating major legal response to raise climate change consciousness of the people of Hong Kong'. Our client, Mr. Concern who responded to Mr. Good’s offer, placed advertisements in 15 newspapers expressing ‘support for social reform for the protection of environment’. This case arises when Mr. Concern...

    Consideration, Contract, Contract law 1546  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cases

    to order a change of venue of trial in order to avoid a miscarriage of justice and to appoint all officials and employees of the judiciary.[6] The Court is further authorized to promulgate the rules for admission to the practice of law, for legal assistance to the underprivileged, and the procedural rules to be observed in all courts.[7] The more prominent role of the Court lies in the exercise of its judicial functions. Section 1 of Article VIII contains a definition of judicial power that was...

    Appeal, Corazon Aquino, Court 2186  Words | 7  Pages

  • Turquands Rule

    The “Indoor Management Rule” apparently developed as a means of mitigating the harshness and burdens of the doctrine of constructive notice in relation to outsiders dealing with companies; the doctrine of constructive notice states that persons dealing with a company are deemed to have notice of the contents of its registered documents. The reason for this was stated by, Lord Wensleydale in Ernest v Nicholls to be the fact of the public nature of registration: All persons therefore, must take notice...

    Board of directors, Company, Corporate governance 2150  Words | 6  Pages

  • RULES OF LAW

     Rule of Law Professor Lisa Riggleman Society, Law and Government July 7, 2013 Rules of Law “The rule of law is a system in which the following four universal principles are upheld:” 1. The government and its officials and agents as well as individuals and private entities are accountable under the law. 2. The laws are clear, publicized, and stable and just, are applied evenly, and protect fundamental rights, including the security of person and property...

    Civil and political rights, Civil Rights Act of 1968, Common law 795  Words | 3  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    This paper examines the exclusionary rule. Explains the reasons for the origin of the exclusionary rule. The paper contends that use of the exclusionary rule has enabled guilty criminals to go free and that its original intention has been so distorted that it no longer fulfills its intended function and is instead a tool for protecting the rights of criminals Not only how it came about but, the true meaning as well as the exceptions. There are also a number of cases mentioned throughout the paper that...

    Exclusionary rule, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1743  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rule of Law

    The idea of the rule of law can be traced back to at least the time of Aristotle who observed that given the choice between a king who ruled by discretion and a king who ruled by law, the later was clearly superior to the former. In more recent times, it is Albert V. Dicey who is credited with providing the logical foundation upon which the modern notion of the rule of law is based. Dicey did not invent the idea of the rule of law but he popularized it in the late nineteenth century. His book, Introduction...

    Administrative law, Common law, Constitution 2546  Words | 7  Pages

  • Exclusionary Rule

    Contemporary Issues Paper: The Exclusionary Rule Jennifer Howell November 6, 2010 The Exclusionary Rule and Its Exceptions Introduction: The Exclusionary Rule The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement personnel. (US Const. amend. IV) Though the Amendment “forbids unreasonable searches and seizures, it does not provide a mechanism for prevention or a remedy.” (Jackson, 1996) After passage of...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Law 1108  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rule of law

    1.0 Introduction The rule of law is fundamental in any society where human rights are to be protected. The word rule comes from “règle” and law from “lagu” roughly translating to “supremacy of law”.1It is a mechanism for safeguarding human rights by guaranteeing them legally and at the same time providing a means for redressal where violations occur. The most important application of the rule of law is the principle that government authority is legitimately exercised in accordance with...

    Constitution, Democracy, Human rights 1436  Words | 5  Pages

  • exclusionary rule

    Exclusionary Rule Evaluation The purpose of the exclusionary rule is to exclude evidence obtained in violation of a criminal defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights. It is also a right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures by the Fourth Amendment. Some exceptions of the exclusionary rule is barring the use at trial of evidence obtained pursuant to an unlawful search and seizure. Some other exceptions to the exclusionary rule are: (1) a second, unpoisoned/untainted source had a major rule in...

    Criminal law, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 833  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mischief Rule

    The mischief rule[1] is one of three rules of statutory construction traditionally applied by English courts.[2] The other two are the “plain meaning rule” (also known as the “literal rule”) and the “golden rule.” The main aim of the rule is to determine the "mischief and defect" that the statute in question has set out to remedy, and what ruling would effectively implement this remedy. The rule was first laid out in a 16th-century ruling of the Exchequer Court. ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Common law, Golden rule, Jury 1305  Words | 4  Pages

  • rule of law

    years of age, of whatever class or wealth, was eligible to serve (for pay) on juries that decided legal cases. To insure accountability, magistrates presiding over cases could be charged with violations of the law by complaints from private citizens. Equality before the law was an important value in their system. Then philosopher Aristotle wrote “Now, absolute monarchy, or the arbitrary rule of a sovereign over all citizens, in a city which consists of equals, is thought by some to be quite contrary...

    Administrative law, Constitution, Democracy 2693  Words | 7  Pages

  • Phonological rules

    Why Do Phonological Rules Exist? PHONOLOGY VS. PHONETICS: Phonology is a branch of linguistics concerned with the systematic organization of sounds in languages. It has traditionally focused largely on study of the systems of phonemes in particular languages, but it may also cover any linguistic analysis either at a level beneath the word (including syllable, onset and rhyme, articulatory gestures, articulatory features, mora, etc.) or at all levels of language where sound is considered...

    English language, English plural, Grammatical number 1242  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hague Rules, Hague-Visby Rules and Hamburg Rules

    RULES GOVERNING SHIPMENT BY SEA: HAGUE RULES, HAGUE-VISBY RULES AND HAMBURG RULES The nature of the Hague-Visby Rules was discussed by the House of Lords in The Hollandia [1983] AC 565 (HL). The plaintiffs (shippers) shipped a piece of road-finishing machinery on board a Dutch vessel, ‘The Morviken’, belonging to the defendant carriers to Bonaire in the Dutch West Indies. The bill of lading issued in England limited the carriers liability to Dutch Florins 1,250 ($250) which was less than the 10...

    Bill of lading, Cargo, Cargo ship 3117  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain the rule known as "The Rule in Pinnel's Case" and how it impacted upon the doctrine of consideration

    Synopsis: This essay examines the rule knows as The Rule in Pinnel's Case and how it impacted upon the doctrine of consideration. It also examines the problems arising from the Rule in Pinnel's Case, the subsequent exceptions that were developed to circumvent the rule and in detail the most important exception of them; Promissory estoppel and how it solved the problem's arising from the Rule. The distinction between traditional estoppel and this new type of estoppel 'Promissory Estoppel' are also...

    Common law, Contract, Creditor 2245  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case

    2 pages [1953] 1 MLJ 239 BERENGER v ROZARIO (MW) OCJ SINGAPORE WHITTON, J SUIT NO 1033 OF 1952 1 July 1953 Contract -- Illegal and immoral contract -- Motor car -- Conversion -- Immoral association -- Public policy As a general rule a man's right to possession of his own chattels will be enforced against one who, without any claim of right, is detaining them, or has converted them to his own use, even though it may appear from the pleadings, or in the course of the trial, that...

    Automobile, Complaint, Contract 1618  Words | 5  Pages

  • CASE STUDY E COMMERCE

    authorization towards company that are given to your group. 2) Work corperatively in group to present e-commerce issue associated with electronic trade and commerce to ensure secured online business transaction in the actual market case study on. QUESTION 1 EXAMPLE 1 EXAMPLE 2 Authentication and Authorization are two interrelated security concepts. Authentication and authorization are required for a Web page that should be limited to certain users:- Authentication...

    Access control, Authentication, Authorization 714  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cramer's Rule

    Cramer’s Rule Introduction Cramer’s rule is a method for solving linear simultaneous equations. It makes use of determinants and so a knowledge of these is necessary before proceeding. 1. Cramer’s Rule - two equations If we are given a pair of simultaneous equations a1 x + b1 y = d1 a2 x + b2 y = d2 then x, and y can be found from d1 b1 d2 b2 a1 b1 a2 b2 a1 d1 a2 d2 a1 b 1 a2 b 2 x= y= Example Solve the equations 3x + 4y = −14 −2x − 3y = 11 Solution Using Cramer’s rule we can write...

    Char D2, Elementary algebra, Equations 310  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rule of Law

    LAW 012 MUHAMMAD ADAM BIN ZAWAHIR LWA01F MADAM SITI NOORAMANI The Rule of Law, in its most basic form, is the principle that no one is above the law. The rule follows logically from the idea that truth, and therefore law, is based upon fundamental principles which can be discovered, but which cannot be created through an act of will. The most important application of the rule of law is the principle that governmental authority is legitimately exercised only in accordance with written, publicly...

    Constitution, Constitutionality, Judicial review 1732  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rule of Law

    Basmah Elahi Rule of Law London International Programs, UG Law, Public Law Essay 2. The Rule of Law, enforced by the courts, is the ultimate controlling factor on which our constitution is based. Discuss. The rule of law is one of the fundamental principles of UK’s unwritten or uncodified constitution .The key idea of the rule of law is that the law should apply equally to all, rulers and ruled alike. This in the words of the 19-century constitution expert...

    Common law, Constitution, Human rights 1400  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Mcnaughten Rule

    The M’Naghten Rule: 1843 Aspects of the Criminal law in Canada are likely to be traced back several hundred years ago, where the legal system was established in England. Criminal law, derived from public law, includes the subject of criminal defenses, and in a narrower sense, the theory of not being criminally responsible on account of a mental disorder. The theory behind this defense can be traced back to England in the 1840’s. This era showcased the influential case of Daniel M’Nagthen...

    Criminal law, Delusional disorder, Insanity 1058  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rules of Law

    SECTION: A COURSE CODE: BUS 507 BUSINESS LAW The Rule of Law ------------------------------------------------- DATE OF SUBMISSION: ------------------------------------------------- 18TH DECEMBER 2010 Letter of Transmittal 18th December, 2010 To Prof. Course: Business Law Course Code: Bus 507 Ref: Letter of Transmittal Dear Sir, In the following pages, we have presented the rules of law. Which you had been authorized us to prepare and submit by 18th...

    Civil law, Common law, Government 2077  Words | 7  Pages

  • EU postal market

    The Liberalization of the EU Postal Market: What are the possible welfare effects? 1. Introduction In regulated industries, governments established Universal Service Providers (USPs) in the postal market in order to provide every inhabitant of a country with essential services. Many European Union (EU) member states decided that by the 1st of January 2009 the EU postal market should be liberalised, causing competition to increase. When competition rises within a specific market, usually, welfare...

    Citizenship of the European Union, Economics, European Parliament 712  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rule Utilitarianism

    happiness into practice, and is split into two types; Act Utilitarianism is the earliest form, in which what is deemed right is based on the assessment of results of a particular action, and Rule Utilitarianism, which allows to be taken into account the general benefit to society that occurs when people follow general rules. Bentham and Mill each argued respectively for these types of Utilitarianism, and thus their beliefs differ.Bentham was born in London at a time of great scientific and social change...

    Animal rights, Ethics, Hedonism 1524  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case

    Case Study: SK Telecom Goes Egalitarian in a Hierarchical Society Introduction: This case is a convergence of several Human behavioral aspects like power distance and effect of values on professional society as an example ‘organizational hierarchy’. SK telecom South Korean company has organizational hierarchy culture that reflects in South Korea’s cultural value to major extent as well. Power distance has several characteristics. People accepting the unequal distribution of the power...

    Culture, Government, Heterarchy 1626  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cases

    rent. The landlord co. permitted PFTZM to continue trading provided that one of its directors attended PFTZM’s weekly meetings and decided which of PFTZM’s creditors should be paid. Judge Paul Baker, QC decided that there was not even a prima facie case that the landlord directors were shadow directors of PFTZM and almost complete control of the company affairs would be required for such a finding. Percival v Wright [1902] 2 Ch 421 P sought to sell his shares in the co and wrote to the co secretary...

    Board of directors, Corporation, Fiduciary 2258  Words | 7  Pages

  • YGO Rules- Example group rules.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! GROUP RULES: IMPORTANT: EVERYONE MUST READ THIS DOCUMENT. Failure to do so could result in you getting banned for a rule which you did not know about. In that case, “I didn’t know” is not an adequate excuse. This document will be distributed to all new members of the Yu-Gi-Oh group by a group member who possesses it. UPDATE ON RULES: 4 Leader system (Leaders for Duel Monsters, GX, 5Ds and ZEXAL) Abolished and replaced by new administration accountable to rules. Rules for addition...

    Yellow 1276  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case

    1997, pp. 62-62). In this context morality is concerned with practices defining right and wrong. (Beauchamp & Bowie, Morality and Ethical Theory, 1997, p. 1) From the given case, the answer could be “may be”. The reasoning to this could be either an “affirmative duty” or an “negative injunction”. While considering the above case, it can be analyzed that the closing of the plant would affect two groups of people. 1. Large number of small stockholders who loosen their retirement savings if the plant...

    Business ethics, Ethics, Morality 1756  Words | 7  Pages

  • Golden Rule

    Some cynics comment that the golden rule is “Those who have the gold make the rules”. Discuss this statement in light of your understanding of the various power bases. The relationship between money and power is so ambiguous that this still remains controversial. Some cynics believe that the golden rule is “Those who have the gold make the rules”. It can be interpreted that the main point is “Those who have money have power”. From my point of view, money can make power in some ways, however...

    Authority, Debt, Formal wear 1707  Words | 4  Pages

  • Consideration and Its Rules

    [pic] “Consideration and its rules” Assignment# 1 [Law-200] Prepared By: Prepared For: Name: M Shahajada Hossain Barrister Ishtiaque Ahmed (ItA) ID#: 071-573-530 Section: 09 B.B.A Date: 26th October, 2011. Consideration: Consideration is a very important element in a contract. While making a contract; parties of the contract agree...

    Breach of contract, Consideration, Consumer Protection 1457  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Evolution of the Exclusionary Rule

    The Evolution of the Exclusionary Rule A Historical Analysis And How It Stand Today April Herald Criminal Justice Abstract From historical analysis, this work highlights key cases that have influenced the evolution of the Exclusionary rule and where it stands today. The purpose of this paper is to inform people of the importance of our constitutional rights, especially the fourth amendment when concerning a criminal prosecution. The exclusionary rule is set in place to ensure justice be...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Mapp v. Ohio 1733  Words | 5  Pages

  • Court Cases on Employment law.

    Case 1: McDonnell Douglas Corp. v Green, the Supreme Court holds that a charging party can prove unlawful discrimination indirectly by showing, for example, in a hiring case that: (1) the charging party is a member of a Title VII protected group; (2) he or she applied and was qualified for the position sought; (3) the job was not offered to him or her; and (4) the employer continued to seek applicants with similar qualifications. If the plaintiff can prove these four elements, the employer must...

    Discrimination, Employment, Gender 1328  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rules of Preposition

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