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The Purpose of Law and Its Functions In Society

It is easy to understand how important laws are if you imagine a society trying to function without them. There is no way for one legal system to cover every situation because individuals and circumstances are unique. In the U.S., there are a wide variety of laws,...

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E-2 Visa Requirements (And How To Acuire One)

The E-2 visa is also called the Investor visa. E-2 Treaty investors allow a foreign national of a specific country (a country with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation) to be admitted to the United States when investing a...

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What Is A Request For Evidence (And How To Respond)

Receiving a request for evidence (RFE), from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is one of the things you wish never happens to you in the immigration world. Rightly so, because it not only delays your immigration process even further but...

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The 4 Elements of a Breach of Contract Claim

At first thought, defining a breach of contract seems simple. You can define breach as breaking, and you can define contract as an agreement between two or more parties. Therefore, a breach of contract is essentially the breaking of an agreement between at least two...

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Partnership Disputes | Common Types With Examples

Forming a partnership is often a great way to strengthen your business, but, unfortunately, it can occasionally result in a complicated legal dispute. If one partner fails to honor their fiduciary duties, misuses funds, or breaches contract, it can put the entire...

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Legal Remedies For A Breach of Contract

Once you are able to prove that there was an enforceable contract and that the other party committed a breach of contract, you can start to consider the possible remedies. The main goal of the Court, when finding the best remedy for each case, is bringing the victim...

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