Nasir, who was earlier banned for one year by PCB for violating clause
Linguists analytically describe aspects of relative pronouns and relative clauses
in 11 of the languages spoken in Cameroon in west Central Africa.
presents a persuasive argument why Florida law should allow nonreliance clauses
to exclude fraud claims.
Although the Court went into exceptional detail about the similarities and differences between the FCC and its neighboring clauses
, it neglected to rationalize why it chose the Interstate Commerce Clause
framework over that of the Indian Commerce Clause
An example in the United States of a case involving non-compete clauses
is Oltrin Solutions, LLC's purchase of a customer list from JCI Jones Chemicals Inc.
The findings indicated that children aged 10 and 14 reformulated relative clauses
with a relative clause
significantly more than 6-year-olds did.
In UK and American case law, such clauses
attempt to address the shortcomings of restrictive covenants.
require parties to first negotiate and/or mediate in a quick and cost-effective manner before proceeding to arbitration.
Benedicte Guillaume's study, A Corpus-Based Study of Since Clauses
in Contemporary English, is an analysis of the subordinator since, introducing both causal and temporal clauses
in contemporary English, based on a selection of more than 500 occurrences extracted from its almost 26 000 uses listed in the British National Corpus.
will prevent most frivolous attempts to overturn a trust, but there is one key exception: The Uniform Probate Code ensures that a no-contest clause
is unenforceable if probable cause exists for contesting the will.
The Court of Appeal rejected this argument and highlighted that the court was not allowed to apply liquidated damages clauses
after the termination of a contract.
AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ACROSS LEGAL ENGLISH CORPORA: A COMPARATIVE GENRE-BASED STUDY