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Forged endorsement

Forged endorsement is a type of fraudulent payment. For example, someone can write a check with a forged signature. In this case, a forged signature makes a fraudulent endorsement. Forging of signature collection can be used to prevent natural or ...

                                               

Fraudulent trading

Where in the course of winding up, it appears to the liquidator that fraudulent trading has occurred, the liquidator may apply to the court for an order any persons who were knowingly parties to such business to be responsible to make such contri ...

                                               

Holder (law)

Holder-a term used for any person who in its opinion, the bill of exchange, promissory note or check. It should have a right to their name. Owner means the person entitled in his own name possession of the negotiable instrument and to receive the ...

                                               

Hospitality law

The law of hospitality is a legal and social practice related to the treatment of people, guests or those who patronize a place of business. Related to the notion of legal responsibility, the law of hospitality is designed to protect hosts and gu ...

                                               

Independent contractor

An independent contractor is a person, business or Corporation that provides goods or services under a written contract or verbal agreement. Unlike employees, independent contractors do not work regularly for an employer but to work as needed whe ...

                                               

Industrial relations

Labour relations or labour relations is an interdisciplinary scientific field that studies the employment relationship, i.e. the relationship between workers and employers, labor / trade unions, employers organizations and the state. New title, " ...

                                               

Interest of the company

The companys interests is a concept that the Board of Directors of the Corporation in most legal systems required to use their powers for the commercial benefit of the society and its members. At common law, transactions that were not ostensibly ...

                                               

Joint venture

A joint venture is a business entity created by two or more parties, usually characterized by common ownership, the total return and risks and joint management. Companies typically pursue a joint venture for one of four reasons: to open new marke ...

                                               

JSC BTA Bank v Ablyazov

JSC "BTA Bank" Ablyazov in this high-profile case before the High Court of England and Wales. JSC "BTA Bank" Ablyazov and his relevant complaints, lawsuits and appeals to attract JSC "BTA Bank" in Kazakhstan and its former Chairman Mukhtar Ablyaz ...

                                               

Law and management

Law & management approach-is the time appointed Antoine Masson and Hugh Bouthinon-Dumas, essec researchers, which refers to any research work focusing on the law as a key success factor for the company. Law & governance approach, in contrast to t ...

                                               

Law of agency

The law of Agency is an area of commercial law dealing with set of contractual, quasi-contractual and non-contractual fiduciary relationships that involve a person, called the agent, who is authorized to act on behalf of another person to create ...

                                               

Lease

A lease is a contractual arrangement calling the lessee pays to the lessor for use of asset. Property, buildings and vehicles are common assets that are leased. Industrial or commercial equipment also for rent. Broadly speaking, a lease agreement ...

                                               

Leave of absence

A vacation or just a vacation, is the period of time that must be away from work while maintaining the employees status. This term may be used more strictly to exclude other periods of time away from the workplace, with Loa used in exceptional ca ...

                                               

Legal aspects of workplace bullying

The law for workplace bullying given below for each country in detail. Other European countries with specific antibullying legislation are Belgium, France and the Netherlands.

                                               

Legal governance, risk management, and compliance

Legal governance, risk management, and compliance or "LGRC", refers to a complex set of processes rules tools and systems used by corporate legal departments to adopt, implement and monitor an integrated approach to business problems. In time man ...

                                               

Legal tender

Legal tender is a medium of payment recognized legal system to be valid for meeting financial obligations. Each jurisdiction defines what is legal tender, but essentially its that when offered in payment of a debt extinguishes the debt. There is ...

                                               

Lessor (leasing)

The lessor is a party to a lease who takes possession of the property and gives it as a leasing subject to lessee for temporary possession. For example, when renting a property, the landlord-lessor and tenant-lessee. The lessor can be the owner o ...

                                               

License

License or license is a formal authorization or permission to use, or to own something. The license can be issued by one party to another party as part of the agreement between the parties. A shorthand definition of license is "permission to use ...

                                               

Lien

A pledge is a pledge form is available on the property to secure the payment debt or performance of other obligations. The owner of the property that provides the collateral, is called the lienee and the person who has the benefit of collateral i ...

                                               

Limited liability

Society limited liability is when a persons financial liability is limited to a fixed amount, often the cost of the investment entities in the company or partnership. If the company with limited liability is sued, then the claimants have filed a ...

                                               

Limited partnership

A limited partnership is a form of partnership similar to partnership, except that while a General partnership must have at least two General partners, a limited partnership must have at least one GP and at least one partner with limited liabilit ...

                                               

List of financial regulatory authorities by country

Insurance regulatory authority of Uganda. Uganda. (Уганда) The capital markets authority of Uganda CMA. United Arab Emirates. (Объединенные Арабские Эмираты) Insurance on - Ia. The global market Abu Dhabi financial services regulatory authority - ...

                                               

Loan-Out Corporation

Credit Corporation, also known as a loan company, or personal service Corporation-a form of business U.S. person, in which the Creator of the employee whose services are leased to legal persons. The Creator of the Corporation, as a rule, the sole ...

                                               

Mandatory labelling

Mandatory marking or labelling is a requirement of consumer products to state their ingredients or components. This is done to protect people suffering from allergies, and so that people can engage in moral purchasing. Mandatory labeling is requi ...

                                               

Negative option billing

Negative option payment is a business practice in which customers receive goods or services that have not been previously ordered, and must either continue to pay for the service or specifically decline it before payment. This, for example, the m ...

                                               

Negotiable instrument

Terms are discussed and current assets, negotiable instrument is a document guaranteeing the payment of a sum of money either on demand or at a set time, which the payer, usually named in the document. More specifically, this document provided or ...

                                               

Novation

Novation in contract law and business law, is the act – Replacement party to the contract from a new angle. Replacing the obligation to comply with another obligation, or. The addition of the obligation to perform, or. In international law, novat ...

                                               

OHADA

OHADA is a system of corporate law and implementing institutions adopted by seventeen West and Central Africa in 1993, in Port Louis, Mauritius. OHADA is the French acronym for "organisation pour lharmonisation EN Afrique du law des Affairs" whic ...

                                               

Open-book contract

In an open book contract, the buyer and seller of work / services agree on which costs are to be paid and the margin that the supplier can add to these costs. The draft would then be billed to the customer based on actual costs plus an agreed mar ...

                                               

Operating lease

The expression "operating lease" is a bit confusing as it has different meanings depending on the context, which is pending. With the characteristic of the product point of view, this type of rental in contrast to financial leasing where the less ...

                                               

Order (business)

In business or Commerce, an order is an intention, either orally or in writing, to enter into a commercial transaction for specific products or services. From the buyers point of view, it expresses the intention to buy and is called a purchase or ...

                                               

Ordinary course of business

In the law of the United States on ordinary activities covers the usual transactions, customs and practices of a particular business and a particular company. This term is used particularly to judge the validity of those or other operations. It i ...

                                               

Output contract

An output contract is an agreement where a producer agrees to sell all their products to the buyer, who in turn agrees to purchase all products. Example: producer of almonds enters into an output contract with an almond packer: thus the producer ...

                                               

Participation (ownership)

In Finance, "participation" has a share in the mortgage or other loan. In particular, the participation credit is a cooperation of multiple lenders to issue credit to one borrower. Usually this is done in order to reduce individual risk to lender ...

                                               

Partnership

A partnership is an agreement where parties known as partners agree to cooperate to advance mutual interests. Partners in a partnership can be individuals, businesses, interest-based organizations, schools, governments or combinations thereof. Pa ...

                                               

Pension regulation

Pension regulation is a legal term encompassing the combination of laws, regulations and authoritative standards governing the pension industry and procedures necessary to ensure compliance. Pension rules varies widely from one jurisdiction to an ...

                                               

Perfection (law)

In law, perfection relates to the additional measures which should be taken in respect to the security right in order to make it effective against third parties or to retain its effectiveness in the event of default by grantor. Generally speaking ...

                                               

Power harassment

Harassment, power harassment or unwelcome attention of a political nature, often occurring in the environment of a workplace including hospitals, schools and universities. It includes a wide range of behavior from mild irritation and annoyances, ...

                                               

Practicing without a license

Practicing without a license is the act of operating without a license offered for this profession in a particular jurisdiction. Most of the activities that require licensing also penalties for practicing without a valid, current license. In some ...

                                               

Principal (commercial law)

In commercial law, a principal is a person legal or natural, which authorizes the agent to act to create one or more legal relationships with a third party. This branch of law is called Agency and relies on the common law offers qui facit per ali ...

                                               

Process agent

A process agent is a representative, in which court documents can be served. In the US, the role is usually a requirement of us state laws and is known as a registered AGENT is a resident or legal representative. Process agents are also used in t ...

                                               

Product defect

A product defect is any characteristic of the product, which impedes its usefulness for the purpose for which it was designed and manufactured. Defects occur most often in legal contexts concerning the safety of products, where the term applies t ...

                                               

Recharacterisation

Recharacterisation in law remedies for the treatment of a certain type of behavior in a different manner to which the participants describe it. The term is the most important in the criminal legislation of the countries of the continental legal s ...

                                               

Refusal to deal

Although in General, each company can decide who they want to conclude the transaction, there are situations when a refusal to deal may be considered illegal anti-competitive practices, if it prevents or reduces competition in the market. Miscond ...

                                               

Relational contract

A relational contract is a contract whose effect is based on relations of trust between the parties to which it relates. The explicit terms of the contract are simply a description of there are unspoken rules and arrangements that define the beha ...

                                               

Retained interest

Retained interest is future, currently unpaid interest that some lenders add to the remaining principal of the loan to determine payments if the loan is terminated before the completion of the initial term. When two parties enter into a loan agre ...

                                               

Retroactive overtime

Reverse overtime rot is the extra amount of money that is paid to the employee in overtime and an additional amount of money, for example, of Commission or bonus that is guaranteed based on the requirements of the job. Overtime is required in ord ...

                                               

Rules of origin

Rules of origin are rules to determine whether a country of origin in order to determine its "economic citizenship". The need to establish rules of origin is related to the fact that the implementation of trade policy measures such as tariffs, qu ...

                                               

Secret rebate

Secret of the amount of the kickbacks that are available to some clients or business partners, but hidden from others, to the detriment of competition. The practice is generally illegal under the state law of unfair business practices.

                                               

Security interest

A security interest is a legal right provided by the debtor in favor of creditor against property of debtor which allows the creditor to foreclosure on the property if the debtor does not meet his payment obligations or otherwise performing the s ...

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