Rule – правило, норма
Guideline – общий курс, направление, генеральная линия
Mediator – посредник, примиритель
Right – право, привилегия
Responsibility – ответственность, способность отвечать за содеянное, вменяемость
Compulsory – принудительный, вынужденный, обязательный
Institution – учреждение, установление, основание
Impartial – беспристрастный, нелицеприятный
Inquiry – исследование обстоятельств дела, судебное следствие, рассмотрение
Regulation – регулирование, регламентирование
To register – регистрировать (брак, рождение и т. п.), делать официальную запись
To enforce – принудительно применять (право, закон)
To govern – управлять
To regulate – регулировать, регламентировать
To elaborate – конкретизировать, развивать, уточнять
To provide – предусматривать, постановлять (в законе, договоре)
To forbid – запрещать
To create – предусматривать (в законе, правовой норме)
To distinguish – устанавливать различие по существу, отказаться считать прецедентом, не применять в качестве прецедента
To implement – выполнять, осуществлять, вводить в действие
1. To implement – to make something such as an idea, plan, system, or law start to work and be used.
2. Responsibility – the state or job of being in charge of someone or something and of making sure that what they do or what happens to them is right or satisfactory.
3. To elaborate – to give more details or information about something.
4. Regulation – an official rule that controls the way that things are done.
5. To create – to make something new or original that did not exist before.
6. If we can estimate the cycle length, we can use the 10-cycle guideline in collecting adequate data.
7. Every growth of democracy or even the simple functioning of existing democratic institutions can only be a danger, for it is impossible to govern "a people by a people – the people of India by the people of England."
8. The same right shall be granted to the disabled adult brothers and sisters in need of assistance, if they cannot be maintained by their able-bodied adult children or spouses (ex-spouses), or by their parents.
9. To ensure that policies and programmes are actually implemented, some Governments have elaborated programme implementation guidelines, which provide useful information and assistance to those authorities responsible for implementation.
10. The judges must adopt ethical standards to avoid financial or personal conflicts of interest that might impair or appear to impair their ability to render impartial decisions.
Business Laws - How to Register a Company Name
You have been doing business for a while under a fictitious name and you've decided perhaps you should register that name. Hello, I'm Robert Todd and I'm here to answer the question how to register a company name. Well this is going to vary from state to state and also sometimes the registering of a company name involves trademark. One of the first things you want to do is to check with your state statutes and your local county ordinances to find out what's involved in registering a fictitious name. Sometimes it is as simple as going down to the county clerk's office and obtaining a form, completing it, paying a filing fee and you've registered the name. Sometimes it's also involved with publishing that fictitious name in a local newspaper. Again, your state statutes going to determine what you have to do but in some instances , you may also have to consider registering this name with the federal government . I'm Robert Todd and thank you for watching.
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During Mark's first month of college, the professor gave his students a pop quiz. He was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until he read the last one: "What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?" Surely this was some kind of joke. He had seen the cleaning woman several times. She was tall, dark-haired and in her 50s, but how would he know her name? He handed in his paper, leaving the last question blank.
Just before class ended, one student asked if the last question would count toward the quiz grade. "Absolutely," said the professor. "In your careers, you will meet many people. All are significant. They each deserve your attention and care, even if all you do is smile and say "hello". Mark never forgot that lesson. He also learned her name was Dorothy.
List of questions for discussion
1. Do you think all laws are good?
2. Would you like to be a lawmaker?
3. What would your country be like if there were no laws?
4. What’s the craziest law you know of?
5. What do you think of the idea of international laws that would replace all national laws?
6. What new laws would you like your country to introduce?
7. Do you think laws are evenly applied to everyone in your society?
8. What new laws do you think we’ll have fifty years from now?
9. Have you ever been to see a lawyer?
10. What law would you like to make for your English class?
11. Do you think the laws in your country are similar to those in other countries?
12. Do you think there are laws for the rich and different laws for the poor?
13. Where, when and why do you think laws first started?
14. What laws do you tend to ignore?
15. What are gun laws like in your country?
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