In the high court of justice queen\In the high court of justice queen's bench division commercial court
Mr Simon Bryan (instructed by Mills & Co, Solicitors, Newcastle-upon Tyne) for the Defendant/Claimant in the Arbitration
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Uniform commercial code article 1 General Provisions part 1 general provisions 4-1-101. Short titlesUniform commercial code article 1 General Provisions part 1 general provisions 4-1-101. Short titles
Short titles. (a) This title shall be known and may be cited as the "Uniform Commercial Code"
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In the lesotho court of appealIn the lesotho court of appeal
Ok bazaars (1929) Limited, is a South African company which operates a large numer of stores throughout Southern Africa, including a group of stores trading under the name "The Hyperama"
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I. Civil Liberties included in ConstitutionI. Civil Liberties included in Constitution
No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law
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Scott v. SandfordScott v. Sandford
Dred Scott was born into slavery in Virginia about 1795. His original owner was Peter Blow, a plantation owner. Although the title to Scott would be transferred several times, Blow's family remained connected to Scott throughout his life
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Law offices of young wooldridgeLaw offices of young wooldridge
Requesting party: Plaintiff/Cross-Complainant, U. S. Trust company, N. A., As trustee of the vecchioli family trust
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Immigration Act of 1965Immigration Act of 1965
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 201 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (66 Stat. 175; 8 U. S. C. 1151) be amended to read as follows
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For publicationFor publication
Appellant-defendant George D. King appeals his convictions for two counts of attempted murder,1 a Class a felony. We affirm
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Witness StatementWitness Statement
He disobeys the laws which we have made, therefore, he should be sent to death, not only for his insane actions, but also the innocent people he had killed
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Document: James Speed to Abraham Lincoln, February 9, 1865Document: James Speed to Abraham Lincoln, February 9, 1865
In your letter of the 28th January you ask my opinion on the legal points presented in the letter of Gov. A. G. Curtin to you of date the 25th Januar
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