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In law, a #summary #judgment (a #matteroflaw judgment) is a judgment entered by a #court for one party and against another party #summarily
Material Adverse Effect (MAE): A term of art used as a #materiality #threshold to measure the negative effect of some event on a business.
#Delinquent: Refers to the failure to perform a #duty or act in a manner #expected of a person in a particular profession or situation. #Law
#Law: #LegalAnalysis refers to a #statement by a #court or #legal #expert as to #legality or #illegality of an action, condition, or intent
Abuse of privileges. Wrongful or unlawful misuse of power in one's duties, either at the expense of others or to the advantage of the abuser
#Quality begins with the #intent, which is fixed by #management. — W. Edwards Deming
Aristotle wrote that "we do not have knowledge of a thing until we have grasped its why, that is to say, its #cause." #FourCauses #Causation
Every picture tells a #story: Simply observing the scene or the look on one's face will allow one to determine what has taken place
The #duty to act fairly is a core tenet of administrative #law and a predominant feature in the application of the rules of natural #justice
#CurbAppeal: The general attractiveness of a house or other piece of property from the sidewalk when evaluating.
Every #fame has its #foundation !!!
#Arbitrary: adj. not supported by fair or substantial cause or reason. Most often it is used in reference to a judge's ruling.
In a constructive trust the defendant breaches a duty owed to the claimant. The most common such breach is a breach of fiduciary duty.
#Trusts are usually created by a settlor, who gives assets to one or more trustees who undertake to use the assets for beneficiaries.
English #trust #law concerns the creation and protection of asset funds, which are usually held by one party for another's benefit.
The #law of #restitution is the law of gains based recovery. The law of #compensation is the law of loss based recovery.
#Fiduciary. An individual in whom another has placed the utmost trust and confidence to manage and protect property or money.
At common #law #equitable #title is the right to obtain full ownership of property, where another maintains #legal title to the property.
What is PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT? Behaviour different from what is prescribed in the moral, ethical and professional code of conduct.
#AbuseOfPower: The act of using one's position of power in an abusive way. This can take many forms, such as taking advantage of someone etc

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