Test 3 - 24 19 accredited investors In the context of...

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24 accredited investors 19 adjudication The resolution on the dispute through a hearing condusctred by the agency 22 adverse possession 18 affirmative action 16 agency 16 23 antitrust law Laws protecting commerce from unlawful restraints. In the context of securities offerings, sophisticated investors, such as banks, insurance companies, investment companies, the issuer's executive officers and directors, and persons whose income or net worth exceeds certain limits. The act of rendering a judicial decision. In an administrative process, the proceeding in which an administrative law judge hears and decides on issues that arise when an administrative agency charges a person or a firm with violating a law or regulation enforced by the agency. The acquisition of title to real property by occupying it openly, without the consent of the owner, for a period of time specified by a state statute. The occupation must be actual, open, notorious, exclusive, and in opposition to all others, including the owner. a means of obtaining title of the land without delivery of a deed and without the consent of, or payment to, the true owner Four Elements: 1)Possession must be actual and exclusive 2) must be open and visible and notorious, not secret 3) Possession must be continous and peaceable for a required period of time 4) Possession must be hostile and adverse, can not be living on the property Job-hiring policies that give special consideration to members of protected classes in an effort to overcome present effects of past discrimination. A relationship between two parties in which one party (the agent) agrees to represent or act for the other (the principal). The principal has the right to control the agents conduct in the matter intrusted to the agent and the agent must  exercise his powers for the benefit of the principal only developes in four different ways:      1) By agreement of the parties      2) By ratification      3) By estoppel      4) By operation of law Agents dutiies to principal 1) Performance 2) Notification 3) Loyality 4) obedience 5) Accounting 1) an implied condition in every agency contract is the agent's agreement to use reasonable diligence and skill  in performance of work 2) An agent is required to notify the principal of all matters that come to his attention concerning the subject  matter of the agency 3) Loyalty is one of the most fundamental duties in a fiduciary realtionship. Agent has the duty to act solely for  the benefit of his principal and not in the interest of the agent or a third party 4) To follow all lawful and clearly stated instructions of the principal 5) The agent has the duty to keep and make avaialbe to the principal an account of all property and funds  received and paid out on behalf of the principal Used for all laws that regulate economic competition Sherman Act 1890 Clayton Act of 1914
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course BL 556 taught by Professor Lucybenham during the Fall '10 term at Walsh College.

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