Subject+to+conditions

  • 1 CONDITIONS — (Heb. תְּנָאִים, tena im). Definition Conditions is an ambiguous word inasmuch as it refers not only to the external factors upon which the existence of an agreement is made to depend but also to the actual terms of the contract itself. Thus, one …

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  • 2 Subject-matter jurisdiction — is the authority of a court to hear cases of a particular type or cases relating to a specific subject matter. For instance, bankruptcy court has the authority to only hear bankruptcy cases.Subject matter jurisdiction must be distinguished from… …

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  • 3 conditions of sale — conˌditions of ˈsale noun [plural] COMMERCE the arrangements made by a seller for selling goods, which the buyer must accept, including how payment should be made, when the goods will be delivered etc: • To protect yourself it is important that… …

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  • 4 subject — sub|ject1 [ sʌb,dʒekt ] noun count *** ▸ 1 something you talk/write about ▸ 2 something taught at school ▸ 3 in grammar/linguistics ▸ 4 someone in scientific test ▸ 5 someone/something shown in art, etc. ▸ 6 someone ruled by king/queen 1. ) an… …

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  • 5 subject — ♦♦ subjects, subjecting, subjected (The noun and adjective are pronounced [[t]sʌ̱bʤɪkt[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]səbʤe̱kt[/t]].) 1) N COUNT The subject of something such as a conversation, letter, or book is the thing that is being… …

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  • 6 subject to something — 1) likely to experience something or to be affected by something All train times are subject to change in bad weather conditions. 2) in a situation where you have to obey a rule or a law All building firms are subject to tight controls. 3)… …

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  • 7 subject to provisions — according the the agreed conditions …

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  • 8 concurrent conditions — Conditions which must occur or be performed at the same time; they are mutually dependent. No obligations arise until these conditions are simultaneously performed. When each party to a transaction is subject to mutual conditions precedent, these …

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  • 9 concurrent conditions — Conditions which must occur or be performed at the same time; they are mutually dependent. No obligations arise until these conditions are simultaneously performed. When each party to a transaction is subject to mutual conditions precedent, these …

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  • 10 Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions — In mathematics, the Karush–Kuhn–Tucker (KKT) conditions (also known as the Kuhn–Tucker conditions) are necessary for a solution in nonlinear programming to be optimal, provided that some regularity conditions are satisfied. Allowing inequality… …

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  • 11 Specified subject condition — The Specified Subject Condition (SSC) is a condition proposed in Chomsky (1973) which restricts the application of certain syntactic transformational rules. In many ways it is a counterpart to the Tensed S Condition (TSC) (proposed in the same… …

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  • 12 Australian Fair Pay and Conditions Standard — The Australian Fair Pay and Conditions Standard (the Standard) is a set of five minimum statutory entitlements for wages and conditions that was introduced as part of the Howard Government s WorkChoices amendments to Australian labour law. It… …

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  • 13 Patentable subject matter — Patent law (patents for inventions) …

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  • 14 National Rail Conditions of Carriage — The National Rail Conditions of Carriage are a contractual document, setting out the consumer s rights and responsibilities when travelling on the National Rail network. When a train ticket is purchased, a contract is established. The CoC are the …

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  • 15 Working Conditions (Hotels and Restaurants) Convention, 1991 — Infobox ILO convention code= C172 name= Working Conditions (Hotels and Restaurants) Convention, 1991 adopt= June 25, 1991 force= July 7, 1994 classify= Wholesale and Retail Trade Restaurants and Hotels subject= Specific Categories of Workers prev …

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  • 16 Ulysses S. Grant: Report on Conditions in the South — ▪ Primary Source       In the fall of 1865 President Andrew Johnson sent several prominent men, including Carl Schurz, Harvey Watterson, and General Grant, to tour the South and report to him on the conditions they observed. Schurz s report dwelt …

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  • 17 Comparison of Dewey and Library of Congress subject classification — This is a comparison chart showing how the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress Classification systems organize resources by concept, in part for the purpose of assigning call numbers. These two systems account for over 95% of the classification …

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  • 18 South African contract law — is essentially a modernised version of the Roman Dutch law of contract, [1] which is itself rooted in Roman law. In the broadest definition, a contract is an agreement entered into by two or more parties with the serious intention of creating a… …

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  • 19 Broadcasting (Amendment) Act 2007 — The Broadcasting (Amendment) Act 2007 is an Act of the Oireachtas (Irish parliament).It deals with Irish Analogue broadcasting systems and the amendment of legislation on Digital Terrestrial Television dating back to 2001. This act amends… …

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  • 20 Kant’s Copernican revolution — Daniel Bonevac Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason was to transform the philosophical world, at once bringing the Enlightenment to its highest intellectual development and establishing a new set of problems that would dominate philosophy in… …

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