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Breach of Trust

Breach of Trust ebook ISBN: 1841131741
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Author: Peter Birks,Arianna Pretto
Number of Pages: 405 
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This book, written by a team of leading lawyers from a number of common law jurisdictions, investigates the principal aspects of breach of trust.

Dam Breach Modeling Technology

Dam Breach Modeling Technology ebook ISBN: 9401587477
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: V.P. Singh
Number of Pages: 244 
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Dams are constructed for economic development, and their construction involves large investments of money, and natural and human resources. Of the various types of dams constructed around the globe, earth dams are the most common type and constitute the vast majority of dams. When adam fails, it culminates in the sudden release of artificially stored water which, in turn, becomes a potential menace to virtually everything downstream. The dam failure may result in loss of life and property. In recent years, instances of dam failure in the world have been too many, and the resulting loss too high. As a result, dam safety pro grams have been developed in most countries of the world since the beginning of the nineteenth eighties. · Earth dams are more susceptible to failure than other types. The cause of failure is often either overtopping or piping. The modeling of dam breaching due to either or both of these causes is of fundamental importance to development of dam-safety programs. This book is, therefore, an attempt to present some aspects of earth-dam breach modeling technology. It is hoped that others will be stimulated to write more comprehensive texts on this subject of growing interest and importance. The book is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter is introductory and discusses some aspects of dams and dam failures in the world.

Comparative Remedies for Breach of Contract

Comparative Remedies for Breach of Contract ebook ISBN: 1841134538
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Author: Nili Cohen,Ewan McKendrick,Christian Joerges,Gunther Teubner,Hugh Collins
Number of Pages: 326 
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The book provides a comparative analysis of the law relating to remedies for breach of contract from the viewpoint of various legal systems.

Suspension Or Termination of Treaties on Grounds of Breach

Suspension Or Termination of Treaties on Grounds of Breach ebook ISBN: 9789041102263
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Author: Mohammed M. Gomaa
Number of Pages: 201 
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Material breach of a treaty gives a right to the aggrieved party to suspend or terminate it. This book traces the origins and evolution of the concept of material breach and responses thereto. It undertakes a content analysis thereof, thus clarifying the practical legal problems involved. The effects of breach of treaty are also examined. This book highlights the rules relating to application of the principle of termination or suspension of treaties for material breach in terms of limitations and conditions of their application, consequences, and the course and procedures for termination or suspension. Finally, competence to determine the existence of material breach is examined. The book addresses the settlement of disputes arising from claims of termination or suspension for breach. This work will be of interest to scholars as well as diplomats and practitioners of international law.

Fundamental Breach Considering Non-conformity of the Goods

Fundamental Breach Considering Non-conformity of the Goods ebook ISBN: 3866530463
Publisher: sellier. european law publ.
Author: Benjamin K. Leisinger
Number of Pages: 162 
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In the important field of international commodity trade, it is inevitable that some of the sales contracts and deliveries of goods lead to disputes over non-conformity of the goods. Fundamental Breach Considering Non-Conformity of the Goods analyzes existing case law and legal doctrine, as well as the legal and economic principles underlying these articles. In doing this, the author establishes tools which help classify the fundamentality of the seller's breach. This book will be indispensable for all those who have any dealings in the vital field of international purchase and distribution law.

U.S. Data Breach Notification Law

U.S. Data Breach Notification Law ebook ISBN: 9781590317471
Publisher: American Bar Association
Author: John P. Hutchins,Anne P. Caiola
Number of Pages: 138 
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In 2005, 20 different states and the City of New York followed California's lead and passed laws seeking to require entities collecting or storing personally identifiable information to notify the subjects of the information if that information allows unauthorized third parties access to that information. There are now 21 different state laws on the subject, many with very different requirements. Federal legislation is hoped for, but passage of broadly preemptive federal legislation is far from certain. This book provides comprehensive guidance to all 21 state (and one local) legislative efforts at breach notification statutes, categorizes the various aspects of such statutes and specifically describes how each different state deals with each aspect. It points out the similarities and differences of each state law. The approach is simply a detailed summary of each different legislative scheme.

Unto the Breach

Unto the Breach ebook ISBN: 1416509402
Publisher: Baen Books
Author: John Ringo
Number of Pages: 610 
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Mike Harmon and his elite Keldara take on a mission to stop an advanced form of smallpox plague from falling into the hands of terrorists and to prevent a series of WMD attacks on America's heartland.

Federal Information Security and Data Breach Notification Laws

Federal Information Security and Data Breach Notification Laws ebook ISBN: 1437930018
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Author: Gina Stevens
Number of Pages: 23 
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Describes info. security and data breach notification requirements included in the Privacy Act, the Fed. Info. Security Mgmt. Act, Office of Mgmt. and Budget Guidance, the Veterans Affairs Info. Security Act, the Health Insur. Portability and Accountability Act, the Health Info. Technology for Econ. and Clinical Health Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the FTC Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Also includes a summary of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, an industry regulation developed by bank card distributors. Info. security laws are designed to protect personally identifiable info. from compromise, unauthorized access, or other situations where unauthorized persons have access to such info. for unauthorized purposes.

Bridging the Breach

Bridging the Breach ebook ISBN: 9780940955653
Publisher: Urban Ministries Inc
Author: Charles E. Booth
Number of Pages: 144 
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Suggested reading for those who struggle with the prophetic call of God

The Modern Law of Contract

The Modern Law of Contract ebook ISBN: 9781859418826
Publisher: Psychology Press
Author: Richard Stone
Number of Pages: 512 
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The Modern Law of Contractbuilds on the success of the popular Principlesof Contract Law. Taking account of a variety of theoretical approaches: economic, sociological and empirical, the book combines meticulous examination of authorities and commentary with a modern and contextual approach. The range of material covered, combined with an accessible style, means that this book meets the needs of all undergraduate contract courses, enabling students to gain a profound understanding of this pivotal field. It will also be useful for students studying contract law as part of another discipline.

Accounting for Profit for Breach of Contract

Accounting for Profit for Breach of Contract ebook ISBN: 1847319521
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Author: Katy Barnett
Number of Pages: 256 
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This book defends the view that an award of an account of profits (or 'disgorgement damages') for breach of contract will sometimes be justifiable, and fits within the orthodox principles and cases in contract law. However there is some confusion as to when such an award should be made. The moral bases for disgorgement damages are deterrence and punishment, which shape the remedy in important ways. Courts are also concerned with vindication of the claimant's performance interest, and it is pivotal in these cases that the claimant cannot procure a substitute performance via an award of damages or specific relief. The book argues that disgorgement damages should be available in two categories of case: 'second sale' cases, where the defendant breaches his contract with the claimant to make a more profitable contract with a third party; and 'agency problem' cases, where the defendant promises the claimant he will not do a certain thing, and the claimant finds it difficult to supervise the performance. Moreover, disgorgement may be full or partial, and 'reasonable fee damages' for breach of contract are best understood as partial disgorgement rather than 'restitutionary damages'. Equitable bars to relief should also be adopted in relation to disgorgement damages, as should allowances for skill and effort. This book will be of interest to contract and commercial lawyers, and will be especially valuable to anyone with an interest in contract remedies and restitution. It draws on case law in a number of common law jurisdictions, primarily England and Wales, and Australia.

Breach of Promise to Marry

Breach of Promise to Marry ebook ISBN: 1473831881
Publisher: Wharncliffe
Author: Denise Bates
Number of Pages: 208 
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A look back through the history of women who were about to be married only to be left at the altar—and left with no choice but to take their revenge. A wedding day is supposed to be the happiest, most special and blessed event in a bride’s life. And most of the time, it is. But sometimes, it is not. In this fun, fascinating look at betrothals that went bust before anyone even said “I do,” the authors have collected the true stories of what happened when the groom suddenly decided “I don’t.” From the 1780s right up to the 1970s, jilted women (and the occasional crushed suitor) employed a range of tactics to bring false lovers to book. Here is a full wedding party of cases in which women found very different kinds of happy endings, such as Mary Elizabeth Smith who forged evidence of a courtship to entrap an Earl, Catherine Kempsall who shot the man who denied their engagement, Gladys Knowles who was awarded a record £10,000 in damages by a jury in 1890, and Daisy Mons who discreetly negotiated a £50,000 settlement from a nobleman. Based on original research, this social history of breach of promise shows that when men behaved badly, hell had no fury like a woman scorned.

Breach of Confidence

Breach of Confidence ebook ISBN: 1781005257
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Author: Megan Richardson,Michael Bryan,Martin Vranken,Katy Barnett
Number of Pages: 192 
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'The authors of this important book have done a great service to our understanding of this fascinating area of law. Their shrewd and scholarly study traces the development and "myriad reinventions" of this protean doctrine from its eighteen century origins through to its most recent manifestation as a private-facts "tort" in English law, enriching legal analysis with consideration of the philosophical, social and economic contexts. Common law privacy scholars in particular will find that this book directly illuminates contemporary debates.' Gavin Phillipson, University of Durham, UK 'The authors breathe new life into this complex, recondite branch of the law. An illuminating and penetrating study of an ancient remedy whose importance endures and even increases.' Raymond Wacks, University of Hong Kong This concise yet detailed book explores the historical foundations and modern developments of the ancient doctrine of breach of confidence. The authors show that despite its humble beginnings, stilted development and air of quaintness the doctrine has modern relevance and influence, its sense of 'trust and confidence' still resonating with the information society of today. Topical chapters include, 'Inventing an equitable doctrine', 'Privacy and publicity in early Victorian Britain', 'Searching for balance in the employment relationship', as well as many others. Breach of Confidence will make insightful reading for all those interested in issues of privacy and information, and will appeal strongly to practicing lawyers and judges as well as academic researchers and postgraduate law students.

Remedies for Breach of Contract

Remedies for Breach of Contract ebook ISBN: 0199606609
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Author: Solène Rowan
Number of Pages: 265 
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This award-winning book is a comprehensive and timely examination of remedies for breach of contract. It analyses and challenges fundamental aspects of English law contractual remedies, drawing upon comparative study of French law and with particular focus on recent developments in both jurisdictions. It also makes suggestions as to how contractual remedies in England might be strengthened.

Advocacy in the Magistrates' Court

Advocacy in the Magistrates' Court ebook ISBN: 9781859417843
Publisher: Psychology Press
Author: James Welsh
Number of Pages: 229 
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Breach of Faith, Breach of Trust

Breach of Faith, Breach of Trust ebook ISBN: 1440190062
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Jim Gilbert
Number of Pages: 132 
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As a young child of twelve, Lou Ann Soontiens saw school as a place of refuge. When the school's resident priest, Father Charles Sylvestre, took an interest in her, she felt honoured and privileged. She put her complete faith and trust in this charismatic man of God and it resulted in years of sexual abuse, humiliation, and an unwanted pregnancy. This misplaced devotion would lead her to forty years of confusion, guilt, and pain and, ultimately, to her being awarded, by the Diocese of London, Ontario, the largest settlement ( 1.75 million Canadian dollars) ever given to an individual by the Catholic Church in Canadian history. It was not until Lou Ann reached middle-age that she found out that she was not alone in her pain and guilt; at least forty-six other women had experienced the same degradation at the hands of Father Charles Sylvestre. Much to her shock, she discovered that the Catholic Church had known about Father Sylvestre's abusive nature, and, as with hundreds of other priests with the same problem, chose to ignore the dangerous situation and quietly move the offending priest to a new parish where the abuse of young children would once again commence.

Breach House Anthology

Breach House Anthology ebook ISBN: 0973762845
Publisher: Lulu.com
Author: Edward Lemond
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Security Breach

Security Breach ebook ISBN: 1460383044
Publisher: Harlequin
Author: Mallory Kane
Number of Pages: 224 
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He was back from the dead…and had a lot of explaining to do to his pregnant wife When Sandy DuChaud's murdered husband shows up very much alive on her doorstep confessing he's an undercover Homeland Security agent with terrorists in hot pursuit, she can't just forgive and forget. She has their unborm child to think about. And a future with a man who faked his own death—no matter how much attraction still sizzles between them—isn't in the cards. Still recovering from the near-fatal injury that almost cost him his life, Tristan vows to protect his wife and earn back her trust. But with the killers closing in and the overgrown depths of the Louisiana bayou hampering their escape, another funeral—this time for both of them—seems inevitable….