applicable law

applicable law

A term of art referring to the body of statutory law that a court uses to guide decisions in a particular type of case or for a particular group of parties.
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She compares problems in the applicable law to copyright infringements in the EU and the US, and investigates whether and how these problems are solved in current American Law Institute (ALI) Principles and the Draft Proposal of the European Max Planck Group for Conflict of Laws and Intellectual Property (CLIP).
The agreement of the spouses upon the applicable law shall be valid if it is in compliance with the requirements of the law of the chosen state, or the law of the state in which the agreement is made.
The law is clear in most states that under the appropriate circumstances a hospital and/or physician can order a temporary involuntary hold on a mental patient as well as any other patient who may present a threat of imminent harm to himself or others, assuming all of the requirements of the applicable law are met.
35(c)(2)--Relate law to facts: * Opinions must relate applicable law (including potentially applicable
10) For purposes of this action, these commitments and conditions are deemed to be conditions imposed by the Board in writing in connection with its findings and decision and, as such, may be enforced in proceedings under applicable law.
tips on potential violations of Sarbanes-Oxley, PCAOB rules, or other applicable law by a registered public accounting firm or its associated persons
Under the applicable law, the contractor is fully exposed and legally responsible for any wage under-payments regardless of the owner's failure to provide the correct information.
The PCAOB is looking for tips on potential violations by a registered public accounting firm (or associated persons) of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, PCAOB rules or other applicable law.
potential violations of the Act, PCAOB rules or other applicable law by a registered public accounting firm or its associated persons; and
While many administrators are diligent about conducting pre-employment background checks, they often fail to take all the necessary steps to bring the background check into compliance with applicable law.
Notwithstanding his duty of loyalty to the owner, the manager should always consider the safety and welfare of tenants and the public, even beyond the concerns of the owner's manager shall not knowingly act in violation of any applicable law or regulation, or assist Owner to evade any applicable law or regulation.