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Author: Kara Louise
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
This is a republished edition of "Assumed Engagement" with a new cover. The story continues after Chapter 36 in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." On his return trip to Pemberley from Rosings after his offer of marriage was refused by Miss Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy's carriage overturns,and he is rendered unconscious. Having written Georgiana previously that he was going to ask for her hand, Georgiana writes to Elizabeth, thinking they are engaged. She begs her to come to Pemberley, hoping she is the one person who can draw him out.
As we shall see in discussion of the "limiting argument" in the next chapter, a
residue of this insistence on self-assumed obligation has impeded a proper
appreciation of the potential contribution of the principle of fairness. Again,
however, the ...
Author: George Klosko
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
In The Principle of Fairness and Political Obligation, George Klosko presents the first book-length treatment of political obligation grounded in the premises of liberal political theory. In this now-classic work, he clearly and systematically formulates what others thought impossible-a principle of fairness that specifies a set of conditions which grounds existing political obligations and bridges the gap between the abstract accounts of political principles and the actual beliefs of political actors. Brought up-to-date with a new introduction, this new edition will be of great interest to all interested in political thought.
Voluntarist theories of political obligation would establish their success if they
could demonstrate conclusively the possibility of ... Political consent provides
only one understanding of “self-assumed obligation”—namely, as the “
authorization” of ...
Author: Magda Egoumenides
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Political Science
Political obligation refers to the moral obligation of citizens to obey the law of their state and to the existence, nature, and justification of a special relationship between a government and its constituents. This volume in the Contemporary Anarchist Studies series challenges this relationship, seeking to define and defend the position of critical philosophical anarchism against alternative approaches to the issue of justification of political institutions. The book sets out to demonstrate the value of taking an anarchist approach to the problem of political authority, looking at theories of natural duty, state justification, natural duty of justice, fairness, political institutions, and more. It argues that the anarchist perspective is in fact indispensable to theorists of political obligation and can improve our views of political authority and social relations. This accessible book builds on the works of philosophical anarchists such as John Simmons and Leslie Green, and discusses key theorists, including Rousseau, Rawls, and Horton. This key resource will make an important contribution to anarchist political theory and to anarchist studies more generally.
In summary, while ambivalence on the issue ran through all of the speeches,
Lord Reid and Lord Devlin leaned towards the idea that the obligation in
question was assumed. By contrast, Lord Morris, Lord Hodson and Lord Pearce
Author: Kit Barker
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
2013 was the 50th anniversary of the House of Lords' landmark decision in Hedley Byrne v Heller. This international collection of essays brings together leading experts from five of the most important jurisdictions in which the case has been received (the United Kingdom, the United States, New Zealand, Canada and Australia) to reappraise its implications from a number of complementary perspectives-historical, theoretical, conceptual, doctrinal and comparative. It explores modern developments in the law of misstatement in each of the jurisdictions; examines the case's profound effects on the conceptual apparatus of the law of negligence more generally; explores the intersections between misstatement liabilities in contract, tort, equity and under statutory consumer protection provisions; and critically assesses the ways in which advisor liabilities have come to be limited and distributed under systems of 'joint and several' and 'proportionate' liability respectively. Inspired by Hedley Byrne, the purpose of the collection is to reflect on the case's echoes, effects and analogues throughout the private law and to provide a platform for thinking about the ways in which liabilities for misstatement and pure economic loss should be modelled in the modern day.
Any obligation that is not described as a liability in Reg . Section 1 . 752 - 1 is
defined as a Section 1 . 752 - 7 liability ( . 35 ) . Assumption of Obligations That
Are Not Liabilities . The assumption of obligations that are not Section 1 . 752 - 1
Author: CCH Incorporated
Category: Business & Economics
CCH's Federal Tax Compliance Manual (formerly published under title, "CCH Federal Tax Manual") is a comprehensive source for explanations, practical examples, filled-in tax return forms, key tax facts, federal tax tables and other information that will assist practitioners in accurately complete federal tax returns. This convenient and authoritative resource covers the preparation of tax returns and tax compliance -- providing helpful guidance on the basic federal tax rules and forms affecting individuals and businesses. The rules applied to everyday business and personal income tax decisions are thoroughly discussed with special emphasis on how these issues should be handled on the return.Among the topics covered are: - Individuals - Corporations - Pass-Through Entities - Income, Deductions and Credits - Tax Accounting Rules - Dividends, Interest, Rents and Royalties - Retirement Plans and Distributions - Depreciation - Sales and Exchanges - Gains and Losses - Decedents, Estates and Trusts - Exempt Organizations - Foreign Income - Estimated Tax and Withholding - Returns, Refunds and Credits - Estate, Gift and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes - Tax Planning
Searle stresses the first-person perspective of the one who promises, for whom
the assumed obligation is internal to the act of promising. He notes the parallel to
the commitment undertaken in the act of asserting a proposition. It is a weakness
Author: Patrick Riordan
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Patrick Riordan takes a different approach to the questions of global ethics by following the direction of questioning initially pioneered by Aristotle; for him the most basic question of ethics is 'what is the good life'? So in the context of contemporary global ethics the Aristotelian questioner wonders about the good life on a global scale. Global Ethics and Global Common Goods fills the gap in existing literature caused by the neglect of the topic of the good in global ethics. Beginning by outlining answers to questions such as 'what is good?' and 'is there a highest good?' Riordan demonstrates the value of a common good perspective in matters of universal human rights and their institutions and practices, the study of international relations and the construction of global institutions, and debates about global justice between cosmopolitanism, nationalism and economic globalization. Philosophical questions provoked by these debates are identified and pursued, such as the question of a common human nature which seems presupposed by the language of universal rights. For experienced students of political philosophy and international relations this is a crucial text in the literature exploring the possibilities for politics on a world scale, while the perspective of the common good adds a new and distinctive dimension to current debates on global security and the challenges of managing conflict.
3 Justifying Political Obligation Political theorists today usually agree that political
obligation poses a problem in the sense ... That is to say , political theorists
usually assume that political obligation is a form of self - assumed obligation , or
Author: Carole Pateman
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Category: Political Science
Carole Pateman is one of the leading political theorists writing today. This wide-ranging volume brings together for the first time a selection of her work on democratic theory and feminist criticism of mainstream political theory. The volume includes substantial discussions of problems of democracy, citizenship and the welfare state, including the largely unrecognized difficulties surrounding women's participation. The inclusion of essays from both a mainstream and feminist perspective provides concrete examples of the differences between these two approaches to democracy, to questions of consent and political obligation, and to the relationship between the private and public spheres. This scholarly and highly challenging work will be of interest to students and researchers in political theory, political science, women's studies and sociology.
Assumed. Obligation. The Court of Justice held on various occasions that the
phrase 'matters relating to a contract' must ... requires the existence of an obligation freely assumed by one party against another.12 Accordingly, a direct
action of a ...
Author: Christoph Schmon
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book deals with the interconnection between the Brussels I Recast and Rome I Regulations and addresses the question of uniform interpretation. A consistent understanding of scope and provisions is suggested by the preamble of the Rome I Regulation. Without doubt, it is fair to presume that the same terms bear the same meaning throughout the Regulations. The author takes a closer look at the Regulations’ systems, guiding principles, and their balance of flexibility and legal certainty. He starts from the premise that such analysis should prove particularly rewarding as both legal acts have their specific DNA: The Brussels I Recast Regulation has a procedural focus when it governs the allocation of jurisdiction and the free circulation of judgments. The multilateral rules under the Rome I Regulation, by contrast, are animated by conflict of laws methods and focus on the delimitation of legal systems. This fourth volume in the Short Studies in Private International Law Series is primarily aimed at legal academics in private international law and advanced students. But it should also prove an intriguing read for legal practitioners in international litigation. Christoph Schmon is a legal expert in the fields of Private International Law, Consumer Law, and Digital Rights. After serving in research positions at academic institutes in Vienna and London, he focused on EU policy and law making. He is appointed expert of advisory groups to the EU Commission.
3Ontractual rights are contributed to she partnership in connection with the
partnership's assumption of the conJractual obligation, then the amount Of she
$1.752–7 liability or obligation is She amount of cash, if any, that a Willing
Category: Administrative law
Special edition of the Federal Register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect ... with ancillaries.
Author: United States. Interstate Commerce CommissionPublish On: 1940
The railroad company , among other things , assumed obligation and liability as
guarantor in respect of the certificates , and the ... While the railroad trustees do
not specifically ask for authority to assume obligation and liability in respect of the
Author: United States. Interstate Commerce Commission
Given significant differences between Member State legal systems concerning
non-contractual obligations, European ... to be understood as covering a situation
in which there is no obligation freely assumed by one party towards another'.56 ...
Author: Mihail Danov
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This book, written within the framework of a research project funded by the European Commission Civil Justice Programme, identifies the ways in which cross-border EU competition law actions can best be handled in Europe. Employing traditional library-based legal research methods as well as qualitative interviews with legal practitioners in Germany and England (countries sharing different legal traditions) and policy-makers in Brussels, the book considers how private EU competition law actions are functioning at the moment and how they could and should be developed. The study proposes solutions for some of the most pressing practical problems, and includes chapters by the following academics, legal practitioners and judges: Judge I Pelikánová (General Court of the EU); J Lawrence and A Morfey (Freshfields); P Lasok QC (Monckton Chambers); H Mercer QC (Essex Court Chambers); J Webber (Shearman & Sterling); T Reher (CMS Hasche Sigle, Germany); P Bos and J Möhlmann (BarentsKrans, the Netherlands); P Beaumont (Aberdeen); S Bariatti (Milan); G Howells (Manchester); D Fairgrieve (BIICL); J Fitchen (Aberdeen); A Andreangeli (Edinburgh); D Tzakas (Athens Bar, Greece); S Dnes (Sidley Austin, Brussels); F Becker and J Kammin (Kiel University, Germany); and M Danov (Brunel University).
judgment was entered therein against him , quested the plaintiff to assume a
legal obligation . which he paid in May , 1884 , to recover which When one pays
money under a legal obligation , this action is brought . assumed by him at the ...
Unlike the rule for assignments , securities which have been granted for the assumed obligation expire upon assumption ( BGB , s . 418 ) . [ s1 - 130 ] Multiple
creditors and debtors Sections 420 - 432 of the Civil Code contain rules about ...
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Category: Commercial law
Providing treatment of landlord and tenant matters, this book covers both commercial and residential issues. The reader is informed with the changing complexities of legislation and case law in this area. The coverage of cases and legislation is complemented by practical advice on issues facing practitioners in their daily work
of non - recognition was only assumed with respect to unlawful territorial changes
, its continued application after Japan ... 124 It is well known , however , that the assumed obligation of non - recognition of situations realized as a result of the ...
Author: D. Rai*c
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Category: Political Science
Although most international lawyers assumed that the distribution of the land surface of the earth between States was more or less final after the end of decolonization, recent practice has disproved this assumption. Eritrea separated from Ethiopia and new States were created out of the former Soviet Union, the former Yugoslavia and the former Czechoslovakia. There is no reason to believe that these events form the end of the creation of new States. Numerous communities within existing States claim a right to full separate statehood on the basis of their entitlement to an alleged right to self-determination. However, in most cases, the international community rejected such claims to statehood, even if the territorial entity satisfied the traditional criteria for statehood. On the other hand, in other cases, including some of those mentioned above, the international community acknowledged the statehood of entities which clearly failed to meet these criteria. In the light of the above-mentioned developments, this book examines the modern law of statehood, and in particular the role of the law of self-determination in the process of the formation of States in international law. The study shows that the law of statehood has changed considerably since the establishment of the United Nations. It is argued that the law of self-determination is particularly relevant for explaining the international community's position regarding the general recognition, or the general denial, of statehood of different territorial entities under contemporary international law.
Author: New York University. Institute on Federal TaxationPublish On: 1992
If the buyer expressly assumes the seller's obligation , an inference can be drawn
that payment of the liability is payment of the purchase price . In many cases , an
expressly assumed obligation was treated as part of the purchase price.73 This ...
Author: New York University. Institute on Federal Taxation
A debtor . should never be credited for an obligation due from him to another . ...
To credit Interest account in a record of the accrued interest on an assumed obligation in the form of a Note , when such obligation is assumed , is to violate
However, is there such an obligation? To incur an obligation entails some
agreement, prior knowledge, and acceptance of what responsibility is to be assumed. There is no opportunity to accept any “social pact” obligations before
Author: John L. Bowman
Category: Political Science
In 1835, Alexis de Tocqueville predicted a " species of oppression [with] which democratic nations are menaced unlike anything which ever before existed in the world " It was a despotism that " would be more extensive and would degrade men without tormenting them." It would be a force that " compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each is reduced to be nothing better than a flock of timid animals, of which the government is the shepherd." Tocqueville was predicting socialism in America, a new form of oppression that did not exist in his time. He could not name it at the time because the word socialism had not yet appeared in the English language and Karl Marx had not yet published his Communist Manifesto. America has become a socialist state and Socialism in America is about what socialism is doing to America today. Socialism is an oppression that has caused America to discard the rule of law, forsake justice, limit freedom, attenuate individuality, create dependence, degrade social norms, attack sources of wealth, and divide the culture. This form of despotic totalitarianism has irreversibly commenced the destruction of American culture and nation. Socialism in America offers the reader the perspective of how and why this is happening. It explains the history of socialism, and in particular the history of socialism in America. It discusses the roles of socialism's foremost vectors, which are primarily the unions and Democratic Party. It critically dissects the philosophy of socialism itself and examines other countries' struggles to survive under the heavy socialist boot. Every freedom-loving American should read Socialism in America.
In that case , tion with the assumption . the creditor must look to the assuming con
• If the creditor requires the assuming ... at least one sumer and the obligation is assumed by an notice each year during which interest rate other consumer .
Category: Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
Author: Andrew Paul NewcombePublish On: 2009-01-01
See, for example, Art. II(2)(c) of Argentina-US (1991): 'Each Party shall observe
any obligation it may have entered into ... Art. 9(2), Italy-Lebanon (1997): 'Each
Contracting Party shall observe any other obligation it has assumed with regard
Author: Andrew Paul Newcombe
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Category: Political Science
The book focuses on the substantive protections accorded to investors and investments and on the variations among jurisdictions. Among the many specific issues and topics that arise in the course of the discussion are the following: - problems of transparency and conflict of interest; - the recent growth in IIAs between and among developing nations; - the effect of new model bilateral investment treaties (BITs); - the ability of non-disputing parties to participate in investor-state arbitration; - theories of the interaction of foreign direct investment (FDI) and BITs; - investor-state arbitration as an evasion of public regulatory authority; - the role of investment funds in international investment; - 'fork in the road' provisions; and - institutional versus ad hoc arbitration. International business and other investors will greatly appreciate the in-depth information and insightful guidance in this solidly useful book. It will also be welcomed by jurists and students as a significant milestone in the development of principles in a quickly growing field of practice that is still plagued with inconsistencies.
... involves a discrete act of responsibility by the lawyer; undertaking emphasizes
the lawyer's assumption of obligation, and reliance emphasizes the nonclient's
dependence on the lawyer's representation that it has assumed an obligation.