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    An injunction for defense against domestic violence, also called a restraining order is a court document that orders the abuser to stop doing certain acts such as abusing you, contacting you or coming near you. It can also give you certain rights, such as, temporary custody of your children. If you have an injunction, and the abuser violates it, the police may arrest him or her for the violation. The Florida law is specific as to who may apply for these injunctions and the procedures that are to

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    INTRODUCTION As a part of the requirements for the Introduction to Hospitality Law subject, I am required to do a research and write an essay that provides evidence of the importance of knowledge of laws in the Hospitality Industry and five (5) key legal issues that affect this industry. CONTENT Hospitality law is related to the concept of legal liability and it is meant to legally protect both hosts and guests. Hospitality law covers many different type of businesses while the most common

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    Permanent Injunctions A permanent or perpetual injunction is one that is granted by the judgment that ultimately disposes of the injunction suit, ordered at the time of final judgment. This type of injunction must be final relief. Permanent injunctions are perpetual, provided that the conditions that produced them remain permanent. They have been granted to prevent blasting upon neighboring premises, to enjoin the dumping of earth or other material upon land, and to prevent Pollution of a water

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    Apart from the TVPRA, a longstanding court injunction in Perez-Funez v. District Director, 619 F. Supp. 656 (C.D. Cal. 1985), grants another layer of protection to unaccompanied immigrant children. The Perez-Funez litigation alleged that then-INS had a policy and practice of coercing children into accepting voluntary departure from the United States, thereby waiving their rights to a hearing and an opportunity to apply for relief. After trial, the court held that the government’s existing voluntary

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    Gang Injunctions against Diablos and Westside Gang Throughout the years, communities have been warned and targeted constantly against gangs and their formations. Gangs have expanded in quantity and their influence has expanded in different cities all throughout California. According to the Escondido Police Department, "Gangs can be organized around race or ethnic groups, money-making activities, or territory. Most gang members are male; they range in ages from 8 to 22 years. Young people give various

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    If an injunction is violated, the violator can be held in contempt of court and will be punished accordingly. The most common types of injunctions are temporary, preventive, permanent, and mandatory. A temporary injunction, also called a preliminary injunction, is used to provide immediate relief. This type of injunction can be invoked as a provisional remedy to preserve subject matter. It is often used to protect the rights of one of the involved parties. Temporary or preliminary injunctions do not

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    Equitable Remedies

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    INJUNCTION AND EMERGENCY REMEDIES An injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order that compels a party to do or refrain from specific acts. A party that fails to comply with an injunction faces criminal or civil penalties, including possible monetary sanctions and even imprisonment. They can also be charged with contempt of court. Counterinjunctions are injunctions that stop or reverse the enforcement of another injunction. The injunction is an equitable remedy, that is, a remedy

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    Walgreen's Breach Case

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    the breach and hoped to pay damages, but Walgreen’s desired an injunction. Before comparing damages to an injunction in this specific case, it is helpful to mention the general differences between the two. One advantage of awarding an injunction (specific performance) is that it is on the parties to negotiate damages that benefit both sides. If the transaction costs are low, it could be more efficient to award an injunction. An injunction effectively takes the two parties to the market, which will determine

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    In brief a judicial review is a procedure by which a court can review an administrative action by a public body and secure a declaration, order, or award. But despite this very simple dictionary definition a judicial review, the procedure can be a complex process. To begin, I will advise Save Our Birds on the nature of a judicial review procedure. In my address to Save Our Birds I will also highlight the differences between the judicial review procedure and an appeals process. In advising Save Our

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    Norris Laguardia Essay

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    the organized labor from the most extreme controlling Federal court injunctions. This act was with respect to reserving the rights of the union to organize peaceful union activities. Before this act was passed, it was declared by a Federal judge that the activities of the union like strike, picketing or, boycott can be held equivalent to violation of law. Therefore, injunctions issued by the court were justified. These injunctions did not remain for a long time and ceased in short period, but even

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    Introduction In this case, we are going to identify more than one legal issues, we have; private nuisance, public nuisance, negligence, tresspass, and duty of care. We are going to talk about each one individually, firstly, we would identify the issue, state the rule of law with its different sources and relating to its facts, apply the law and explain, conlude with the outcomes. The first issue we have is a private nuisance between Geoffery and he’s neighbour Mavis. A guilty person, who does any

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    strike, any other social hierarchy was seen as incorrect and unholy. Moreover, in response to the Pullman Strike the courts issued an injunction to prevent the continuation of the strike. This injunction impeded on George Pullman’s employees’ rights to negotiate for fair wages because their strike was seen as disturbing the normal way of life. Furthermore, the injunction prevented any labor unions from supporting the employee’s struggle for fair wages or living conditions. This is an example of the government

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    to picket outside of the Dolphin Deliveries office, while still allowing Dolphin Deliveries’ employees to cross the picket line and go to work. No picketing would occur, however, outside of Dolphin Deliveries office, because they were granted an injunction. British

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    Title IX Case Study

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    school," the judge wrote. The court order said that "Defendants are enjoined from enforcing the Guidelines against Plaintiffs and their respective schools, school boards, and other public, educationally-based institutions. Further, while this injunction remains in place, Defendants are enjoined from initiating, continuing, or concluding any investigation based on Defendant ' interpretation that the definition of sex includes gender identity in Title IX 's prohibition against discrimination on the

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    Personal Protection Case

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    4.) Violation of the personal safety protective order: First and foremost, it must have a clear recognition that the personal safety protective order will not be ineffective and enforceable for the respondent refuses to accept. If the respondent refuses to accept the habeas corpus, the indemnity may be taken. Sichuan's first personal protection order is made in this case, the respondent refused to accept the habeas corpus and did not answer the phone. Finally, the court placed the habeas corpus on

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    What is equity? In layman’s terms equity is the term used to describe fairness and justice. The legal term is more strictly defined in that they must obey the rules of precedent and its development appears to be more inflexible and rigid. However there is an element of discretion on the part of the judges in that they have some flexibility. It has well established principles which govern the exercise of the discretion but these principles are flexible and adaptable. The aim of equity is to ‘do more

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    only way in which courts had the power to grant injunctions was if proceedings for divorce, nullity or judicial separation were pending. Police could be involved in the enforcement of injunctions where powers or arrest had been attached and this power was normally only attached where actual bodily harm had taken place. Three types of injunctions were permitted under this act: “ouster” injunctions to exclude a spouse from the matrimonial home; injunctions against molestation, and those to permit a spouse

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    involving After the civil war, Congress passed the Reconstructions Acts of 1867. President Johnson vetoes the legislation, but congress overrode his veto and the acts became federal law. In response, Mississippi sued President Johnson asking for an injunction to prohibit him from enforcing the laws. Mississippi argued that the president should not be and is not above the law. The president was preforming a ministerial action because there was not an exercise of discretion in carrying out an act of Congress

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    According to Voter Institute, Americans are more likely to be struck by lightning than to fall victim to voter fraud. However, states consistently cite this problem to justify strict voter identification laws, a popular form of voter discrimination today. It is for this reason that the Voting Rights Act was enacted in 1965 to prevent the disenfranchisement of minority voters. However, in June 2013, the Supreme Court case, Shelby County v. Holder, deemed Section 4(b) of the act, the list of states

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    In the play: Radio Golf, August Wilson introduces African American life during 1997. He presents five different characters in this play. Each of them works various jobs. Wilson explains how they find a lot of obstacles in the way of their jobs that affect their goals. One of these characters is Harmond. He is the main character who is a real estate agent and running for mayor for the city of Pittsburg. He is a helpful person who sets all his job goals for helping his community. Although Harmond has

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