Sugar

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Administrator

Administrator Administrator in the E-Commerce Law An administrator is a person or an entity engaged as a business in issuing (putting into circulation) a centralized virtual currency, establishing the rules for its use; maintaining a central payment ledger; and who has the authority to redeem […]

Hong Kong

Hong Kong was a somewhat autonomous city-state under British control until July 1, 1997, when the city was returned to China. Legal Materials Company Information: Profiles of Hong Kong companies are available through Lexis (COMPNY;WBCHHK) and SkyMinder and Tolfin. You can obtain […]

Local Legislation

Introduction This entry provides an overview of the legal framework of local legislation, with a description of the most significant features of local legislation at international level. Related Work and Conclusions Resources See Also References (Papers) Legislating In The Shadows, […]

Maritime Law

Introduction to Maritime Law Maritime Law, branch of law relating to commerce and navigation on the high seas and on other navigable waters. Specifically, the term refers to the body of customs, legislation, international treaties, and court decisions pertaining to ownership and operation […]

Tax Return

Introduction This entry provides an overview of the legal framework of tax return, with a description of the most significant features of tax return at international level. Related Work and Conclusions Resources See Also References (Papers) Letter To Orrin G. Hatch And Ron Wyden On […]

Social Rights

In relation to the social rights and constitutional law, David Landau[1] made the following observation: Social rights are the rights of people to achieve their basic human needs. In domestic constitutional orders, common social rights include the right to healthcare (right to health), […]

Neutrality

Neutrality Definition Neutrality may be defined, in international law, as a legal status of a state that adheres to a policy of nonengagement during war. See more about the definition of neutrality here. Introduction The rules covering wartime relations between a neutral and a […]

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing, the Law and other Social Sciences Cloud computing makes use of many standard technologies in surprisingly novel ways. It leaves many people bewildered, even confused, especially as it is an area of computing that is undergoing rapid change in terms of a diversification of […]

Liberal Profession

Resources See Also Further Reading Information related to liberal profession in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law(MPEPIL), Germany, United Kingdom

Plebiscite

Plebiscite Definition Plebiscite, a vote by the electorate of a nation, region, or locality on a specific question. Historical Introduction In modern times, plebiscites have been held to determine the wishes of the inhabitants of a country or area as to their choice of sovereignty and […]

Benchmarking

Literature Review on Benchmarking In the Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, [1] A. Gunasekaran and Krishan M. Gupta provide the following summary about the topic of Benchmarking: Market-based economy is generally accepted as the appropriate model for global and […]

Warships

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on warships explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "warships" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (currently, the […]

Urban Growth

Determination of Urban Growth by the Night-time Images, the Law and other Social Sciences Urbanization in Turkey and in the world continues is increased especially in the last 30 years. Therefore, urban areas having a dynamic structure should be regularly monitored and the urban region should […]

Presidential Systems

In relation to the presidential systems and constitutional law, Kevin YL Tan[1] made the following observation: Of the world's political systems, the presidential system of government is the most common and popular (forms of government). This system of government has its origins in the […]

Terrorism Exception

Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (a U.S. piece of legislation) In relation to the international law practice and Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (a U.S. piece of legislation) in this world legal Encyclopedia, please see the following section: Privileges and Immunities Note: there is […]

Vatican City

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on vatican city explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "vatican city" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (currently, the […]