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Provision of collective bargaining agreements stating that all parts of the agreement are contained and nothing has ben left out.
A union of Germanstates for uniformity of customs, established in 1819. It continued until the unificationof the German empire, including Prussia, Saxony, Bavaria, Wurtemberg, Baden, Hesse-Cassel, Brunswick, and Meckienburg-Strelitz, and all intermediate principalities. It hasnow been superseded by the German empire; and the federal council of the empire hastaken the place of that of the ZoR-Verein. Wharton.
A company that is insolvent but continues to operate. This is done before restructuring or a bail out occur.
Term describing old debts bought to life by actions of collecting it.
Dividing land into zones according to features or intensity of disasters.
Acceptable range of outcomes from negotiation between parties.
Legislative process dividing land into zones for different uses such as industrial, open space, residential. See zonation.
Local law saying how each parcel of land will be used. Also known as zoning ordinance.
The people appointed by the town or city government that administer the zoning regulations and laws.
the special permission for a structure to be built where it contravenes the zoning laws.
These are the laws, rules, regulations and ordinances that govern the types of structures that can be built in various parts of the town, community or municipality.
Document from local government that allows a piece of land to be used for the prescribed purpose.
In the civil law. A measure or quantity of land. Nov. 17, c. 8. Asmuch land as a yoke of oxen could plow in a day. Calvin.
In the civil law. A weigher; an officer who held or looked to thebalance in weighing money between buyer and seller; an officer appointed to determinecontroversies about the weight of money. Spelman.
Lat. A liquor or beverage made of wheat or barley. Dig. 33, 6, 9, pr.
Company created by Barry Minnow in the 1980’s that appeared to be successful but most of the profits were from crime , fraud or fabricated. Went public in 1986, bankrupt in 1987. Minnow was jailed for 25 years for misappropriation of more than $23 million of company funds.
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