The pari passu saga that we describe below illustrates the substantial social costs caused by aberrant interpretations of contractual black holes.
To understand why an examination of the history of the pari passu clause offers a valuable natural experiment, one needs to return to litigation that occurred in 2000 involving NML's predecessor, Elliott Associates, another hedge fund run by Mr.
PARI does not accept donations from governments or corporations, so to keep the site going Sainath and a core group of donors regularly contribute funds in addition to money donated by users of the site.
One recent PARI project, Foot-Soldiers of Freedom, sought to preserve the history of India's freedom fighters--rural Indians, most of them now well into their 80s and 90s--who fought for independence from British rule.
At that moment, my father rushed into the room, "Pari! Get ready!
Grandma and my mother were dressing Aunt Pari. No one was paying attention to me.
The common-law defense for federal statutes, in pari
delicto, was established to prevent courts from hearing or mediating actions when both sides are wrongdoers, and to deter parties that contributed to the wrongdoing from seeking relief.
The Parental Attitude Research Instrument (PARI
): Schaffer and Bell (30) developed PARI
, and Kuguk (31) made the Turkish translation and performed the validation of PARI
Global Markets Direct's, 'PARI
Pharma GmbH - Product Pipeline Review - 2014', provides an overview of the PARI
Pharma GmbH's pharmaceutical research and development focus.
An auditor's success in using the in pari
delicto defense varies significantly, depending on the applicable law of the stale in which die lawsuit is filed.