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n an assumed or assigned duty imposed by promise, law, contract, or society; the binding power of a vow, promise, oath, or contract.
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The Subjects of the Legal Obligational Relationship
In conclusion, the preference for, primarily, obligational shall in passive constructions is linked to legal texts, where the passive allows the omission of the subject, i.
This forward obligational authority will allow the government to process the loans for the project.
Government's control on universities, schools and other organizations must be eliminated towards guaranteeing human freedoms and must not be obligational, because any kind of obligations in official system is in conflict with cultural and political development.
15) The phrase "incomplete contract" can refer either to (1) obligational incompleteness, where a term (such as price or quantity in the ordinary contracting context) is not included, or (2) insufficient state contingency, where the contractual obligations fail to fully realize the potential gains from trade in all future states of the world.
His topics include obligational situation, imperative-normative argumentation, Jerzy Sztykgold's 1936 "Negation of a Norm," Maria Ossowska's 1947 "Evaluations of Norms,", and Jan Wolenski's 1983 "Semantics of Norms.
To reach this conclusion, this article demonstrates that the obligational restitutionary approach is fundamentally flawed because it fails to address properly the distinction between restitution and unjust enrichment.
ANCEL, FORCE OBLIGATOIRE ET CONTENU OBLIGATIONAL DU CONTRAT, REVUE TRIMESTRELLE DE DROIT CML 771 (1999).
The ECI used in the current study focused on the volitional "wanting to" rather than the obligational "having to" aspects of commitment.
Categories: Appropriations Decision, Budget obligations, Contract authority, Contracts, Federal procurement, Multiyear contracts, Real estate leases, Real property, Total obligational authority
As the development of local competences was not constrained by obligational ties to partners or high levels of MNE control (e.
The more remote the beneficiary is from any obligational relationship, the more clearly 'public' the organisation is.

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