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  • ...to bring about a movement for their reform. <span>[[Women's Rights|Women's rights]]</span> groups, doctors, and lawyers began an organized abortion reform mo ...ts Movement|civil rights movement]]</span> of the 1950s and 1960s, women's rights organizations—including the <span>[[National Organization For Women|Natio
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  • *kidnapping (if the victim is a minor and the offender not a parent), ...the Internet listing violated his <span>[[Due Process|due process]]</span> rights because he was never given a hearing to disprove the suggestion that he mig
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  • ...ople are born with the inherent rights to life, liberty, and estate. These rights are not unlimited, Locke said, and may only be appropriated according to th ...ppiness is placed by the Declaration of Independence among the inalienable rights of man, not by the grace of emperors or kings, or by the force of legislati
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  • ...he law unquestionably "operates to inhibit the exercise of First Amendment Rights" (''Michigan v. Boomer'', 250 Mich. App. 534, 655 N.W.2d 255 [Mich.App.2002 ...pellate courts have struck down laws that made it criminally obscene for a parent to photograph his or her own child playing in a bathtub or running nude on
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  • ...n determining the best interests of the donating child: (1) the consenting parent must know the inherent risks and benefits of the procedure, (2) the primary <ul><li>[[Death and Dying]]</li><li> [[Fetal Rights]]</li></ul>
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  • [Latin, Parent of the country.] ''A doctrine that grants the inherent power and authority ... comfort, and welfare of the people, interstate <span>[[Water Rights|water rights]]</span>, and the general economy of the state. For a state to have standin
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  • ...es have shifted over time, and the law has moved with these changes. Legal rights that were once the sole province of the father are now shared with the moth == Parent-Child Relationship ==
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  • ...ights leader, and the emergence of the <span>[[Civil Rights Movement|civil rights movement]]</span> as a national cause.</p> ...s were responsible for cutting wood to heat the school, and occasionally a parent would deliver a load of wood to the school by wagon. Whereas the black comm
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  • ... parties to the lawsuit. U.S. law has developed principles that govern the rights and duties of parties. In addition, principles such as the standing doctrin ...n sui juris'' usually can be asserted by a legal representative, such as a parent, guardian, trustee, or executor.
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  • ...pan>[[Child Support|child support]]</span> and [[Inheritance|inheritance]] rights if the fatherhood of the child is not legally established. The father may v ...tion to determine the existence or non-existence of the [[Parent and Child|parent-child]] relationship. The new UPA also adopts a time limit to rebut the mar
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  • Consent, particularly informed consent, is the cornerstone of patients' rights. Consent is based on the inviolability of one's person. It means that docto ...atient has been misled. Children typically may not give consent; instead a parent or guardian must consent to medical treatment. Competency issues may arise
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  • ''The surrender, relinquishment, disclaimer, or cession of property or of rights. Voluntary relinquishment of all right, title, claim, and possession, with ...ried into effect. In determining whether someone has abandoned property or rights, the intention is the first and paramount object of inquiry, for there can
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  • ...rights of a child toward the biological parents'' ''are terminated and new rights and obligations are created between the child and the adoptive parents.'' ...dividuals who are not naturally so related. The adopted child is given the rights, privileges, and duties of a child and heir by the adoptive family.
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  • <p>workers' rights. He remained a close companion of Goldman until his death in 1936.</p> ... syndicalism, citing only the preamble to the constitution of the IWW, the parent organization of Fiske's WIU. This preamble stated, in part, that "a struggl
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  • ...dissolved by divorce, the children of the marriage were legitimate and the parent awarded custody could be awarded <span>[[Alimony|alimony]]</span>. No such ...of Divorce and Annulment of Marriage: Including the Adjustment of Property Rights upon Divorce, the Procedure in Suits for Divorce, and the Validity and Extr
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  • ...pan>[[Fifth Amendment|Fifth Amendment]] [[Due Process|Due Process]]</span> rights had not been violated. ...gorously criticized the new policy, saying it infringed on the free speech rights of gay service members and vowed to challenge it in court. In the months fo
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  • ...d before their sixteenth birthday and the applicant must have been a legal parent for at least two years. Asylum seekers have two years from the date they ar <p>Nicholson, Frances, and Patrick Twomey, eds. 1999. <i>Refugee Rights and Realities: Evolving International Concepts and Regimes.</i> Cambridge,
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  • ...e makes a deal with the client for acquisition of the book, film, or media rights to the client's story. Providing a client with financial assistance also in If an attorney is related to another attorney as parent, child, sibling, or spouse, that attorney may not represent a client in opp
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  • ...5, Dow Corning filed a request to [[Stay|stay]] all litigation against its parent companies, Dow Chemical Company and Corning Incorporated, so that company l One of the most important rights that a debtor in bankruptcy receives is called the automatic [[Stay|stay]].
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  • ...t, an older sibling, a babysitter, a day-care provider, a family friend, a parent's romantic partner—in short, anyone. Some children are victimized by seve *[[Women's Rights]]
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