quasi contract example
- The Perils of Primacy: Successor Liability for Lenders Turned Declarants in Louisiana Common Interest Communities
Are unions a constitutional anomaly?
...(11) Examples include vestiges of New Deal-style corporatism, ...But employees can be required, if a contract so provides and if state law allows, to pay the ... objectors have a right-- statutory in form, quasi-constitutional in content--to opt out of the ...
- 10 CFR 600.101 - Definitions
Tort law inside out.
...Using as examples the intentional tort of battery, strict liability ... contended that it was best sustained by contract law, leaving tort the body of law concerned with ... singular mission of the state by devising quasi-regulatory national norms, courts can and should ...
842 F.2d 1466 (3rd Cir. 1988), 87-3375, Phoenix Canada Oil Co. Ltd. v. Texaco, Inc.
...In 1965, Minas entered into a contract with a consortium of Gulf and Texaco ... theory, the court ruled, subsumed Phoenix's quasi-contract claim. The court rejected Phoenix's ...For example, in numerous instances individuals identified ...
- The Evolution of Relational Property Rights: A Case of Chinese Rural Land Reform
Prison privatization and inmate labor in the global economy: reframing the debate over private prisons.
... state and local corrections agencies to contract with private sector firms for purposes of running ...--from a critique of prison industries as "'quasi-slave' labor," (181) to endorsements of PIE (182) ... and contract processes that are used, for example, to construct a bridge or build a road. (221) ...
- State Standing for Equality
The American act of state doctrine.
... and therefore provides the classic example of its operation. A case after Sabbatino that ...If A and T then enter into a contract at a higher price, P will be bound to T. A also ... made in error and should be returned under quasi-contract principles. (31) . The Court of Appeals ...
THE PRIVATE RIGHTS OF PUBLIC GOVERNMENTS.
..." on the one hand and its "sovereign" and "quasi-sovereign" interests on the other. (6) For ...Litigants may not, for example, sue to vindicate the rights of third parties ... include rights to bodily integrity, contract, liberty, and property. Common-law causes of ...
- Antitrust Federalism and State Restraints of Interstate Commerce: An Essay for Professor Hovenkamp
- From Jeopardy! to Jaundice: The Medical Liability Implications of Dr. Watson and Other Artificial Intelligence Systems
The Pragmatist Tradition: Lessons for Legal Theorists.
... doctrine of the Will to Believe, (34) for example, and critical of Dewey's descriptive approach to ... there is an internet, rules for making a contract electronically only when and where there is ... of what you might call "penumbral" or "quasi-legal" phenomena--would have us reaching for our ...
The Statutory Separation of Powers.
...Neal Katyal, for example, recommends the adoption of robust civil-service ...(105) Similarly, the Competition in Contract Act allows agencies to override Government ... Carter's proposal would have established a quasi-independent Board of Hearings and Appeals within ...
Political entrenchment and public law.
...Examples range widely. In economics, Daron Acemoglu and ... a whole range of laws, from government contracts to framework statutes and the Senate filibuster. ... hardly limited to a small set of landmark, quasi-constitutional statutes. For example, critically ...
The Dormant Commerce Clause As a Limit on Personal Jurisdiction
For over 70 years, the Due Process Clause has defined the law of personal jurisdiction. This makes sense, because being forced to stand trial in a far-off state will sometimes be fundamentally unfair. What does not make sense, however, is the Dormant Commerce Clause's apparent irrelevance to personal jurisdiction. The Dormant Commerce Clause addresses state laws affecting interstate commerce, and
Shareholder Divorce Court.
... were never quite so clear cut: for example, stockholder-debtholders might have also wished ... over corporate assets to self-deal, contracting with the corporation on preferred terms. In less .... (308.) Because of the quasi-class nature of the claim, stockholders who file ...
ARE UNIONS A CONSTITUTIONAL ANOMALY?
This term in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Ass'n, the Supreme Court will consider whether ordinary public employees may constitutionally be required to pay an "agency fee," as a condition of employment, to the union that represents them in collective bargaining. The Court established the terms of engagement in the 2014 decision Harris v. Quinn, which struck down an agency fee on...
... have drawn constitutional scrutiny.11 Examples include vestiges of New Deal-style corporatism, ...But employees can be required, if a contract so provides and if state law allows, to pay the ... objectors have a right- statutory in form, quasi-constitutional in content-to opt out of the ...
Public Rights of First Refusal.
.... Massachusetts, for example, has a right of first refusal to purchase ..., including stock offerings, oil and gas contracts, and television broadcasting rights. (29) But ... to grant these rights to agencies (such as quasi-public agencies) that have the authority to ...
EMPOWERING THE POOR: TURNING DE FACTO RIGHTS INTO COLLATERALIZED CREDIT.
... rural African American communities, for example, commonly lack registered title to their land. ... with poor borrowers in enforcing credit contracts." (22) . This Article meets the challenge by ... Capital Requirements: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment 1 (Halle Inst, for Econ. ...
Interpretive treatments of Genesis in Comics: R. Crumb & Dave Sim.
...In the 1950s, for example, the most popular genres in American comic books ..., the comic book form can expand or contract the time and focus of a text, or even ...In the quasi-historical setting of Cerebus, an empire of ...
- Louisiana's Natural Servitude of Drain
...Like individuals, states can enter into contracts and own property. (26) And states can bring suit to vindicate these ...) In place of a more specific definition, the Court has given two examples of interests falling into this category. The first is the state's interest ...