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Assess how compliance and non compliance are demonstrated in the operation of Consume    $45.00
Consumers are an important factor of the decision making process in any business organization. Consumer law is essential to prevent the organizations from bullying the customers and protecting their interests. ... More Details
Tags: consumer law consumer satisfaction consumer protection law
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The Law Should Ban Abortion    $15.00
This is an essay speaking out against abortion with reference to the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban of 2003.... More Details
Tags: abortion pregnancy partial-birth ban law
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Reflections of Mayhew    PaperSafe Verified Essay $30.00
A critical analysis on how Mayhew's ideas still hold true when compared to how congressmen in the US have worked on the debt ceiling. ... More Details
Tags: David Mayhew Single Minded Seekers Reelection debt ceiling
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Alcohol Advertising Limitations    PaperSafe Verified Essay $15.00
How banning alcohol advertising on campuses does or does not violates the first amendment. ... More Details
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Air Pollution    PaperSafe Verified Essay $30.00
Based on the work, When Smoke Ran Like Water, this paper looks at the effects of air pollution and discusses the Clean Air Act.... More Details
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The English Legal System    $45.00
(Quote from this essay) How Statutes are Made ? Every statute starts out as a Bill â a proposed new Act. Before it becomes a statute it must be approved by both Houses of Parliament (the Commons and the Lords) and by the Queen. In practice, once both Houses of Parliament have passed the Bill the Queen's approval (known as Royal Assent) is automatic, for England which is a democracy and it is accepted that the Queen should take no actively political part in government. A Bill may be first introduced in either the Commons or the Lords, except that any Bill providing for the spending of public money (a money Bill) must first be introduced in the Commons. Nowadays many Bills are public Bills, that is they are sponsored by the government so as to implement its political policy. For example, by introducing the Trade Union and Labour Relations Bill in 1974 the Labour government set out to do away with much of the preceding Conservative government's Industrial Relations Act 1971. Less common are private members' Bills, which may be the idea of just one Member of Parliament often supported by an extra-parliamentary 'pressure group'. Because of the demands on parliamentary time made by the public Bills there is little opportunity for private members' Bills to be debated and few ever become statutes. Some such Bills, nevertheless, have had a great effect on English law. For example, much of English modern divorce law stems from the crusading work of A.P.Herbert and his Matrimonial Causes Act 1937, and more recently help has been available to reformed criminals through the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, assisted on its way by Piers Dixon, MP. A Bill introduced into the House of Commons will pass through the following stages before it becomes law: First reading. An official reads out the title of the Bill and the name of the MP introducing it. The Bill is ordered to be printed. Second reading. The major proposals set out in the Bill are debated, and a vote may be taken. If the Bill is approved it will go on to the Committee Stage. Committee stage. A committee of MP's will now consider the proposals in detail. An especially important Bill may be considered by a 'Committee of the whole House', a committee of which every MP is a member. Report stage. The committee reports back to the House, probably proposing amendments to the Bill. Third reading. This is the final debate on the major proposals. Afterwards a vote is taken. The procedure in the Lords is similar. Even when a Bill has received the Royal Assent and has become a statute it may well not come into force immediately. For example, the Equal Pay Act 1970 did not come into force until December 1975. On the other hand it is most unusual for a statute to be retrospective in effect, though by way of exception the War Damage Act 1964 did absolve the government from liability for events which took place during the Second World War.... More Details
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The Meaning of Law    $15.00
Many of us spend the greater part of our lives without occasion to consider just what it is that we except from the legal system of the country we live in. Nevertheless we not infrequently express our views of our society in terms that make it clear that our attitudes to the law, even though muddled, are in fact reasonably definite. ... More Details
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Ready, Aim, Debate    $35.00
This is a nine page double spaced report against Gun control. This includes running notations and a biblography with 11 soucres, including book sources! This is a very well written essay! ... More Details
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Law in the 21st Century    $20.00
Discusses the purpose of the 4th Amendment.... More Details
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Argumentive Research: Kyleigh's Law    $25.00
I wrote a paper about Kyleigh's Law in the state of New Jersey, and why it is ineffective. I go into detail about what it is, how it was formed, and sources about how it isn't helping young drivers. Included is a bibliography with 4 sources.... More Details
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