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Subjective Rights

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1 .- Concept D ° Subjective:

- Law in the objective sense is a set of legal rules governing the conduct of men

- Law in the subjective sense is contained in the substantive law (as when speaking of one or the other is because they look different aspects), is the faculty that has a subject to perform specific behavior, or refrain from it or require other The subject line of duty, serves to make, do and demand.

- These two concepts are related, since the definition of D ° objective is obtained for the individual right that could be formulated as follows: Power to act to satisfy their own interests guaranteed by law.

- There are some rights that are exercised without the consent, as the inherent rights (HR)

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Bank e

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Bank Holiday - closed all banks

Federal Emergency Relief Association [FERA] - gave direct relief in the form of money as aid to states and localities for distribution to the needy

Civil Works Administration - Money to states to build roads, schools, and playing fields and athletic grounds

Public Works Administration - loans to private industry to build public works

Civilian Conservation Corps [CCC] - provided jobs and relocation for young men (18-25) in rural settings under direction of U.S. Army

Works Progress Administration [WPA] - established to put men to work on jobs of public usefulness

National Industrial Recovery Act [NIRA] - created National Recovery Administration [NRA], which administrated process for devising industry-wide codes of fair

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tytr

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Copyright is an enforceable Right granted by law that grants the creator of an original work (such as an Author, photographer or composer) proprietary rights over its use, and moral Rights such as attribution.

Copyright protection lasts for a limited time, Although sometimes copyright may be extended on application.

The purpose of copyright is To recognise and reward the creators’ works by allowing them to gain profit and Benefit.A copyright owner has legal control Over reproduction, distribution, public performance, merchandising and Derivative works.

To be recognized as the creator For copyright purposes, the work must meet basic legal standards of Originality, to be demonstrated by evidence of 'skill, labour, and judgment' in creation.

Unlike

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cpii

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7. Counterclaim:

It is a claim Asserted by the defendant against the plaintiff, not only a means of defence But a counter-attack. Formulation of pleading/s by the defendant against the claimant, Which he believes are within his competence in relation to the claimant.

Contents requirements (art. 406 CPA) and (art. 407 CPA):

- Connection Between the pleadings alleged by the defendant with the initial claims asserted By the plaintiff.

- The Court Needs to have objective jurisdiction on the subject matter of the case or the Amount in controversy and of the counterclaim (art. 406.2 CPA).

- The Counterclaim is filed against the initial plaintiff (407.1 CPA).

Consequences: it Is another claim, that has been asserted in the same proceeding and it will be

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admin

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A.US

·Regulated in The APA (Administrative procedural Act)

·It can be Started by the agencies (ex oficio) or by motion of the parties (one citizen Ask for the procedure to be started)

oThe agency has the obligation to hear the Parties

·1st step starts with a notice Indicating:

oTime and place and nature of the hearing to the Citizen involved

oLegal and jurisdictional authority (within Which agency the hearing will take place)

oMatters of fact and law applicable to the Procedure

§During the First step the agencies offer an agreement to the parties

·2nd step: Trial like hearing

owhen parties don’t agree

oAn administrative Law Judge (ALJs) à a judicial officer and He/she is within the executive, he administrates justice within the executive.

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Political

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1. Interest groups with a high number - Ex. Are labor unions and NRA.

2. By law, PACs - least fifty contributors/ Least five candidates

3. No contributor - more than $5,000 Per calendar year/candidate more than $5,000 Per election.

4. Since - separate elections,”/give $10,000 directly

5. A person can give $2,700 directly/every odd-numbered year.

6. In 2014- PACs was a Violation of 1st Amendment freedom of speech guarantees.

7. There is no limit on How much PACs./There is no limit

8. In addition to making direct- spend as much Money as they want on independent activities

9. In Citizens United V. FEC (2010), the Supreme Court- candidates for federal office was a violation of the 1st Amendment’s free speech protection.

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UE law

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EU law: is an autonomous legar order, different from international law (adoption and application of rules. Dispute settlement procedures guiding principles) and form national law (legislative procedure and sources of law own effectiveness and entry into force). 
Direct Effectiveness: Means that it's effects can be fully deployed in an unifor manner in all the member states from its entry into force and throughout its validity.
Direct Applicability: Refers to the way in which EU provisions have legal validity in the member states. EU provisions are self-executing, national parliaments do not have to enact legislation to make it law in a member state or direct effect (individuals): invocability.
EU law becomes part of international law in accordance
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Islamic

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  1. Islam is monotheistic religion articulated by the Quran, a Book which complies word of Allah
  2. Islam is teaching and scriptures were revealed by the Prophet Mohammed
  3. Shariah is the word the encompasses all the Islamic Laws, jurisprudence and rulings
  4. The Quran to be the direct words of Allah, it is considered to be the Islamic Law Constitution .when the Quran itself does not speak directly or in detail about a certain subject, Muslims only then turn to Alternative sources of Islamic Law.
  5. The Sunnah  is the traditions or known practices of the Prophet Mohd, many of which have been recorded in the volumes of Hadith Literature.
  6. In situations when muslims have not been able to find specific legal ruling in the Quran and Sunnah the consensus of the legal
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McKeon

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Adroit(Adj) : Cleverly skillful; resourceful; dexterous.

Allay(V) : To lesson; to relieve; to calm.

Blazon(v) 1)To proclaim; To display publicly 2) Coat of arms; banner. 3) A catalog of a woman's admirable physical features in Elizabeth Poetry.  

Bravado(n) : To show false bravery or confidence.

Choleric(Adj): Having a quick temper or irritable.

Colloquy(n): A conversation or conference.

Despot(n):Absolute ruler; one in charge who acts like a tyrant. 

Dirge(n):A funeral hymn; a poetical or muscial expression of grief.

Expatriate(n):To withdraw or be banished from one’s native land.

Feign(v): To pretend or make up.

Industrial revolution human rights

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  1. Mention the steps of realization for the Right of Health under article 12 of ICESCR.
    1. Reduce Infant Mortality and ensure healthy development of the child
    2. Improve environmental and industrial hygiene
    3. Present treat    and control epidemic, endemic , occupational and other and other diseases
    4. Create conditions to ensure access to health care for all
  2. All individuals are equal before the law, without distinction between the ruler and the ruled” is a statement under what convention/declaration? CDHRI Article 19
  3. Mention the statements under article 14 of the ICESCR referring to Right to Equality:
    1. The right to equality before the law .
    2. The right to be presumed innocent until proven Guilty
    3. To have fair and Public Hearing by Impartial Tribunal
  4. The UN introduced
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