10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MORATORY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to moratory
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Legislation in the United States
It includes the writings of major legal theorists, including Sir Edward Coke, Sir William Blackstone, James Fitzjames Stephen, Frederic William Maitland, John Marshall, Joseph Story, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and Roscoe Pound, among others ...
Frederic Gibbons Dunham, 2010
Legislation Relating to Bills and Notes and the ...
This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series.
Ernest Gustav Lorenzen, 2010
Foreign Investment Disputes: Cases, Materials, and Commentary
Chapter 3 Moratory Interest § 3.1 Introduction Moratory or post-award interest is
interest accruing on an award. Like compensatory interest, moratory interest
compensates a prevailing party for the loss of the use of money. However, unlike
R. Doak Bishop, James Crawford, William Michael Reisman, 2005
International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law
Thus French law draws a sharp distinction between "moratory" and "
compensatory" damages available respectively for delay in performance and for
other kinds of default. The former are not as a general rule recoverable without a
mise en ...
Supplemental Damages in Private International Law: The ...
The awarding of moratory interest serves three purposes. First, it compensates
the successful party for the loss of the use of money between judgment and
payment. Second, it creates an incentive for the unsuccessful party to avoid
absence of reasoning for the refusal of moratory interest leads to a total
annulment since it is aggravated in its consequences by the other loopholes in
the reasoning of the Award" (Reply Memorial of 16 January 1989, paragraph 17).
James Crawford, Karen Lee, Elihu Lauterpacht, 2009
Health Hazards in Adolescence
Concluding Remarks: Moratory and Identity Diffusion Revisited It is noteworthy to
consider Erikson's (1968) approach to identity diffusion under the perspective of
different levels of anthropological understanding. Erikson was primarily ...
Klaus Hurrelmann, Friedrich Lösel, 1990
Property and Trust Law in Spain
Contrarily, moratory interest is simply aimed to punish the debtor because of a
delay in the fulfilment of his/her obligation. Article 1108 CC, assuming that money
has an inherent ability for producing interest, provides that the delay in the ...
Rafael Sanchez, Rafael Sánchez Aristi, Nieves I. Moralejo Imbernón, 2011
Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law
of, relating to, or resulting from delay in the payment or performance of an
obligation (~ interest) moratory damages — see DAMAGE 2 morgue \'morg\ n : a
place where the bodies of persons found dead are kept until identified and
claimed by ...
Sources of the History of North Africa, Asia and Oceania in ...
Impact of World Warl on Trade and Shipping H. Financial measures, including:
Turkey: Banking measures, 1914 (79.H.10);Turkey: Moratory legislation, 1914 (
79.H.33); Egypt: Moratory legislation, 1914 (79.H.34); Tunisia: Moratory
Danish National Archives, 1980
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MORATORY»
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Aldi to open 45 stores in California and expects 2000 stores by 2018
... investigation; our company is opposed to the moratory interest, excluding the €24.63m tax penalty, and total tax loss which will be repealed. «FreshPlaza, Jun 15»
Interview: Jonathan Lemieux: Dollar Survivalist
The last video I created is called Moratory. It was just accepted into distribution at Vidéographe, my Montreal distributer that now has four of my ... «The Gay UK, Nov 14»
What do you think we should be doing to save the Arctic?
extend the moratory which establish the noth pole as a special territory where no studies or activity which can't be cleaned after can be done. «Greenpeace UK, Feb 12»