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    4. Limitations 4.1 Conditions to be Fulfilled One must be warned that even when an incorporation clause is being identified as a clause in the reference document, it does not inevitably follow that that clause will be incorporated into the reinsurance contract. The clause could be entirely inapplicable in the reinsurance contract. Due to this, the courts have developed rules that have to be met, so as to ensure that only appropriate and applicable terms are incorporated into reinsurance contracts. As explained by Thomas (2015, p. 46), “In HIH Casualty & General Insurance Ltd v New Hampshire Insurance Co [2001] 1 Lloyd’s Rep IR 224, the judge at first instance set out various tests that had to be satisfied before a term would be incorporated…

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    others? An example such as this occurs with the inclusion of the Elastic Clause in the United States Constitution. As a consequence of its imperfections, the clause contributed fuel for dissent amongst politicians throughout the years, and irritates the counterbalance between anarchy and oligarchy long supported by the United States. Additionally, it leads to conflict not as a direct repercussion of the constriction of civilians or government, but due to the encouragement of concocting laws…

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    be with, and act in the way they want to act. The choice to marry is a very personal choice, and I personally enjoy being able to make that choice for myself, and others should be able to experience this as well. God gave us free will, and while my choices may be different, we were given the right to choose. Rights should not be taken away because they don’t choose what you would. So this affects people that I may know or know in the future by allowing them to feel more accepted and loved by…

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    Legalizing Gay Marriage

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    unconstitutional. “The Equal Protection Clause of the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits states from denying any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws” (Equal Protection). This means that the laws of the state must treat an individual the same as others in similar circumstances. Gay marriage only being legal in some states violates the equal protection clause. It violates the equal protection clause, because certain states only grant a particular class of…

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    constitutionality of a law that is being passed. Marbury v Madison established…

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    Issue: Is George permitted to open his own hamburger business under the clause without restrictions. Law: A restrain of trade is a term that exists within a contact that imposes and limits the ability of one of the parties to participate in certain types of employment or business. The courts identify a restrain of trade as a term that is set out to protect employers and consumers’ in regards to legitimate investments, confidential product and customer’s information. Furthermore, restraints…

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    Even though the French Revolution held many enlightened ideas, it failed to instill advanced ideals such as the rule of the majority, however insured equality before the law and religious tolerance to a larger degree. The French Revolution failed to instill the rule of the majority to the people because Napoleon proclaimed himself emperor for life without giving citizens the choice to vote. To add, The Napoleonic Civil Code of France 1804 didn’t address and include clauses that reinforce the…

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    case of McCreamy County versus the American Civil Liberties Union in 2005 regarding the display of the Ten Commandments and whether it was in violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. This essay also discusses the separation between church and state from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson and its significance in the Establishment Clause. Another case discussed in this essay is the Everson versus Board of Education case that took place in 1947. This case is vital in…

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    moment, and has been for a long time. The whole debacle started with the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, which is the case that allowed abortions to be practiced. There are many reasons for why I, and many others, believe that they should be allowed. Our point of view is called Pro Choice. Prolife supporters use many arguments to try to deny that abortions should be allowed. Many of the arguments that they use are based in religion, but then there are others that actually have some…

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    Oregon as I mentioned before is not one of those states. Oregon used to have some of the most extensive exemption laws. However, from 1955 to 1998 Oregon recorded seventy-eight child deaths. At this point, due to widespread criticism, Oregon repealed their exemptions and began to criminally charge parents whose choice of faith healing for their child, over medical attention, resulted in the death of the child. Minors are also entitled to equal protection under the fourteenth amendment and due…

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