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ILEC Unit 3: Company law - capitalisation
authorized share capital
issued share capital
basic capital
preference if wound up
schválený základní kapitál - nejvyšší nominální množství akci…
emitovaný (vydaný) kapitál; is actually held by shareholders
základní jmění
přednost, výběr, výhoda v př. likvidace
authorized share capital
schválený základní kapitál - nejvyšší nominální množství akci…
issued share capital
emitovaný (vydaný) kapitál; is actually held by shareholders
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Unit 3 Company Law: Capitalisation. Part 1. ILEC 2d edition
capitalisation
issuance of securities
memorandum of association
authorised share capital
капитализация; выпуск ценных бумаг для финансирования внеобор…
выпуск, эмиссия ценных бумаг
устав юридического лица, акционерного общества
уставной капитал; объявленный уставной капитал
capitalisation
капитализация; выпуск ценных бумаг для финансирования внеобор…
issuance of securities
выпуск, эмиссия ценных бумаг
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Law Chapter 3
Advocacy
Lobbying
Grassroots Lobbyists
Initiative
Public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or…
A strategy by which organized interests seek to influence the…
A person or group of people who work to convince a lawmaker t…
Allows voters to petition to propose legislation &then submit…
Advocacy
Public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or…
Lobbying
A strategy by which organized interests seek to influence the…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Assault
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Di…
Slander
False Imprisonment
Unlawful touching of another person.
When someone causes great emotional distress due to extreme a…
Verbal or spoken lies.
Violation of your right to move around.
Assault
Unlawful touching of another person.
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Di…
When someone causes great emotional distress due to extreme a…
Law Chapter 3
tort
tortfeasor
intentional tort
negligence
private wrong committed by one person against another
person who commits a tort
actions that deliberately hurt, embarrass or scare people
tort that results when one person carelessly injures another
tort
private wrong committed by one person against another
tortfeasor
person who commits a tort
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Chapter 3 - Criminal Law
Crime
Tort
Treason
Felony
An offense against the public
A wrongful act that harms another person's well-being
The act of betraying one's country
A serious crime against society that is punishable by death o…
Crime
An offense against the public
Tort
A wrongful act that harms another person's well-being
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Law Chapter 3
crime
plaintiff
prosecutor
defendant
an act against the public good
the party that accuses a person of a crime
the government attorney who presents the case in court
the person accused
crime
an act against the public good
plaintiff
the party that accuses a person of a crime
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Business Law Chapter 3
Litigate
Mediator
Arbitrator
Court
Allowing a court to resolve dipsutes
Independent third party who tries to develop a solution to bo…
A person who will hold an informal meeting to determine what…
Governmental forum that administers justice under the law
Litigate
Allowing a court to resolve dipsutes
Mediator
Independent third party who tries to develop a solution to bo…
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Business Law - Chapter 3
Crime
Tort
Treason
Felony
An offense against the public
A wrongful act that harms another person's well-being
The act of betraying one's country
A serious crime against society that is punishable by death o…
Crime
An offense against the public
Tort
A wrongful act that harms another person's well-being
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Business Law Chapter 3: Criminal Law
Crime
Plaintiff
Prosecutor
Defendant
An offense against the public at large, which is therefore pu…
The party that accuses a person of a crime.
The government attorney who presents the case in court agains…
The person accused of a crime.
Crime
An offense against the public at large, which is therefore pu…
Plaintiff
The party that accuses a person of a crime.
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Chapter 3 (Business Law)
appellate brief
appellate court
arbitrator
associate circuit court... (county court)
written argument in the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
independent third party who develops a binding and enforceabl…
court that hears minor criminal cases, state traffic offenses…
appellate brief
written argument in the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
appellate court
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
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Criminal Law (chapter 3)
elements of a crime
defendant
prosecutor
felony
criminal act, required state of mind --an act against the pub…
the person accused of a crime
the government attorney who presents the case in court agains…
a major crime punishable by imprisonment or death. Includes:…
elements of a crime
criminal act, required state of mind --an act against the pub…
defendant
the person accused of a crime
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Chapter 3 Government and Statute Law
unitary system
federal system
U.S.A.
division of powers
a one-level system of governing
a two-level system of governing
Bill of Rights
two levels of government; power is divided between the provin…
unitary system
a one-level system of governing
federal system
a two-level system of governing
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Business Law Chapter 3
litigate
mediator
arbitrator
court
to try in court; to engage in legal proceedings
a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
decision binding on both parties
governmental forum that administers justice under the law
litigate
to try in court; to engage in legal proceedings
mediator
a negotiator who acts as a link between parties
Business Law Chapter 3
poll tax
26th amendment
political party
checks and balances
a fixed payment per person required before the person to vote
gave all citizens age 18 or older the right to vote
private organization of citizens who select and promote candi…
division and allocation of specific authority to each of the…
poll tax
a fixed payment per person required before the person to vote
26th amendment
gave all citizens age 18 or older the right to vote
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Law and Youth Chapter 3 Vocabulary
advocacy
advocate
lobbying
grassroots lobbyist
active support or argument for a cause
a person who speaks for the cause of another or on behalf of…
influencing or persuading legislators to take action to intro…
a person, or group of people, who works to convince a lawmake…
advocacy
active support or argument for a cause
advocate
a person who speaks for the cause of another or on behalf of…
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Business Law Chapter 3
affidavit
affirmative defense
answer
brief
written declaration made under oath
A response to a plaintiff's claim that does not deny the plai…
Procedurally, a defendant's response to the plaintiff's compl…
A formal legal document submitted by the attorney for the app…
affidavit
written declaration made under oath
affirmative defense
A response to a plaintiff's claim that does not deny the plai…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Litigate
mediator
arbitrator
Trial court
to place a dispute before a court of law for resolution
independent third party who tries to develop a non-binding so…
independent third party who develops a binding and enforceabl…
first to hear a dispute
Litigate
to place a dispute before a court of law for resolution
mediator
independent third party who tries to develop a non-binding so…
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Business Law - Chapter 3
What do judges do?
What do jurors do?
Where do we enforce our laws in a prop…
Trial court persons are called
Judges apply the law to the facts.
Jurors find or determine the facts from conflicting evidence.
The courts.
judges.
What do judges do?
Judges apply the law to the facts.
What do jurors do?
Jurors find or determine the facts from conflicting evidence.
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Fundamentals of Law Chapter 3
Substantive law
Procedural law
Parties
Plaintiff
defines the rights and obligations that arise between two or…
the court's rules that guide a lawsuit from the time it begin…
are the individuals or organizations involved in a lawsuit.
the party that initiates (brings) a lawsuit
Substantive law
defines the rights and obligations that arise between two or…
Procedural law
the court's rules that guide a lawsuit from the time it begin…
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Law 12 Chapter 3
Amending formula
Bill
Federal system
Government or Public bill
Only way in which the constitution can be changed. ... - 7/10 pr…
Proposed law presented to parliament to be passed as legislat…
System of government that has two levels ... - other system unit…
Proposed legislation by a cabinet member
Amending formula
Only way in which the constitution can be changed. ... - 7/10 pr…
Bill
Proposed law presented to parliament to be passed as legislat…
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Chapter 3 Business and Personal Law
tort
tortfeasor
intentional torts
assault
a private wrong committed by one person against another
a person who commits a tort
actions that deliberately hurt, embarrass, or scare people
attempt to commit a battery
tort
a private wrong committed by one person against another
tortfeasor
a person who commits a tort
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Chapter 3: Law of Property
Property
Tangible
Intangible
Title
Rights and interests in things that society allows people to…
Things you can hold or touch
Things you cannot hold or touch
Legally endorsed claim to ownership. Most important property…
Property
Rights and interests in things that society allows people to…
Tangible
Things you can hold or touch
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Criminal Law (chapter 3)
elements of a crime
defendant
prosecutor
felony
criminal act, required state of mind, motive--an act against…
the person accused of a crime
the government attorney who presents the case in court agains…
a major crime punishable by imprisonment or death. Includes:…
elements of a crime
criminal act, required state of mind, motive--an act against…
defendant
the person accused of a crime
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Law- Chapter 3 Terms Civil Law
Tort
Tortfeasor
Intentional Torts
Negligence
A private wrong committed by one person against another
A person who commits a tort
Actions that deliberately hurt, embarrass, or scare people
A tort that results when one person carelessly injures another
Tort
A private wrong committed by one person against another
Tortfeasor
A person who commits a tort
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Business Law and Ethics - Chapter 3
Appellate brief
Appellate court
Arbitrator
Associate circuit court
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
independent third party who develops a binding and enforceabl…
court that hears minor criminal cases, state traffic offenses…
Appellate brief
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
Appellate court
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Appellate brief
appellate court
arbitrator
associate circuit court (or county cou…
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
independent third party who develops a binding and enforceabl…
court that hears minor criminal cases, state traffic offenses…
Appellate brief
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
appellate court
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
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Chapter 3 Business Law (Tort Law)
Tort
Tortfeasor
Intentional Tort
Defamation
a private wrong committed by one person against another
a person who commits a tort. They are the defendant in a case.
actions that are deliberate hurt, embarrass, or scare people.
when somebody lies about another person in a way that hurts t…
Tort
a private wrong committed by one person against another
Tortfeasor
a person who commits a tort. They are the defendant in a case.
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Chapter 3-Justice and Law
civil disobedience
corrective justice
distributive justice
due process
Voluntarily breaking established laws based on one's moral be…
Justice that concerns when unfair advantage or unjust enrichm…
Justice that concerns what measurement should be used to allo…
Constitutionally mandated procedural steps designed to elimin…
civil disobedience
Voluntarily breaking established laws based on one's moral be…
corrective justice
Justice that concerns when unfair advantage or unjust enrichm…
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Accountable Care Organization
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally "different suffering" referring to the medical phil…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
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Fundamentals of Law Chapter 3
Action/Case/Suit/Lawsuit
Answer
Argument
Bill of Particulars
The legal dispute or issue
The legal document (pleading) in which the person against who…
Includes the presentation of evidence by the attorneys; the a…
Part of the discovery process; contains more detailed informa…
Action/Case/Suit/Lawsuit
The legal dispute or issue
Answer
The legal document (pleading) in which the person against who…
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The Law in the Workplace (Chapter 3)
Discrimination
Equal Employment Opportunity Act
EOE - Equal Opportunity Employer
Equal Pay Act
Unfairly treating a person or a group of people based on thin…
A law that makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate b…
Employers who look for workers with just the right skills and…
Law that prohibits unequal pay for men and women who are doin…
Discrimination
Unfairly treating a person or a group of people based on thin…
Equal Employment Opportunity Act
A law that makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate b…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Litigate
Mediator
Arbitrator
Court
Allowing a court to resolve dipsutes
Independent third party who tries to develop a solution to bo…
A person who will hold an informal meeting to determine what…
Governmental forum that administers justice under the law
Litigate
Allowing a court to resolve dipsutes
Mediator
Independent third party who tries to develop a solution to bo…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Attempted crime
Conspiracy
Crime
Defendant
A crime committed when the defendant intended to commit a spe…
A crime committed when two or more persons agree to commit a…
A statutory wrong, prosecuted by the government and carrying…
The person being prosecuted for a criminal offense.
Attempted crime
A crime committed when the defendant intended to commit a spe…
Conspiracy
A crime committed when two or more persons agree to commit a…
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Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 3 410 MLE
Accountable Care Organization
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally "different suffering" referring to the medical phil…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
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Chapter 3: Gas Laws
Barometer
Boyle's Law
Charles' Law
Combined Gas Law
An instrument that measures the pressure of gas particles in…
States that as volume decreases, pressure increases and vice…
States that as temperature increases, volume increases and vi…
Relates the pressure, volume, and temperature of a gas
Barometer
An instrument that measures the pressure of gas particles in…
Boyle's Law
States that as volume decreases, pressure increases and vice…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Tort
Tortfeasor
Intentional Torts
Negligence
A private wrong committed by one person against another.
A person who commits a tort.
Actions that deliberately hurt, embarrass, or scare people.
A tort that results when one person carelessly injuries anoth…
Tort
A private wrong committed by one person against another.
Tortfeasor
A person who commits a tort.
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Biz Law - Chapter 3
Litigate
Mediator
Arbitrator
Court
to allow a court to resolve their disputes
tries to develop a solution acceptable to both sides of a dis…
usually holds an information hearing to determine what happen…
A governmental forum that administers justice under the law
Litigate
to allow a court to resolve their disputes
Mediator
tries to develop a solution acceptable to both sides of a dis…
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Chapter 3 Law & Ethics
Criminal law
Civil law
Tort
Practice of medicine
Made to protect the public as a whole from the harmful acts o…
Concerns relationships between individuals or between individ…
Wrongful act resulting in harm that is committed against anot…
Defined as diagnosing and prescribing treatment or medication
Criminal law
Made to protect the public as a whole from the harmful acts o…
Civil law
Concerns relationships between individuals or between individ…
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Law Chapter 3
Litigation
alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Negotiation
assisted negotiation
process of resolving a dispute through the court system - is…
settling disputes rather than going to trial
Simplest form of ADR... - process in which the parties attempt t…
third party assists the negotiation
Litigation
process of resolving a dispute through the court system - is…
alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
settling disputes rather than going to trial
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Business Law Chapter 3 Vocab
Litigate
Mediator
Arbitrator
Court
to place a dispute before a court of law for resolution
independent 3rd party who tries to develop a non-binding solu…
independent 3rd party who develops a binding & enforceable re…
governmental forum that administers justice under the law
Litigate
to place a dispute before a court of law for resolution
Mediator
independent 3rd party who tries to develop a non-binding solu…
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Chapter 3 law and ethics
Accreditation
Allopathic
Associate practice
Certification
Official authorization or aprroval for comforming to a specif…
Literally means "different suffering" refers to medical philo…
A medical management system in which two or more phys. Share…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby app.who meet specif…
Accreditation
Official authorization or aprroval for comforming to a specif…
Allopathic
Literally means "different suffering" refers to medical philo…
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Law 101 Chapter 3
Alternative dispute resolution
Arbitration
Cabinet
Commonwealth Government
Used by parties to informally settle disputes.
Adversarial form of alternative dispute resolution where an a…
The decision-making group in parliament that comprises the se…
Australian Federal Government, created by the Australian Cons…
Alternative dispute resolution
Used by parties to informally settle disputes.
Arbitration
Adversarial form of alternative dispute resolution where an a…
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Business and Personal Law Chapter 3
Tort
Tortfeasor
Intentional Tort
Most Common Intentional Torts against…
A private wrong committed by one person against another's per…
A party who has committed a tort.
An act that is intended to hurt, embarrass or scare another p…
1. assault and battery, 2. defamation, 3. intentionally infli…
Tort
A private wrong committed by one person against another's per…
Tortfeasor
A party who has committed a tort.
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Chapter 3 - Administrative Law
What is an Agency?
Agency Powers
Agency Creation and Powers
Types of Agencies
-It's all about efficiency.... -Original agencies, created by st…
Legislative (Rulemaking)... Executive (Investigative powers)... Jud…
-Congress passes enabling legislation specifying the name, pu…
-Executive Agencies... --Officers are appoint and removed at the…
What is an Agency?
-It's all about efficiency.... -Original agencies, created by st…
Agency Powers
Legislative (Rulemaking)... Executive (Investigative powers)... Jud…
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Criminal Law Chapter 3
Accessory before the fact
Triggerman
Inchoate
Potential
one who impedes the apprehension, trial, or punishment of a f…
The immediate perpetrator of a homicide, and often the only d…
Incomplete
We care about potential crimes because they have willingness…
Accessory before the fact
one who impedes the apprehension, trial, or punishment of a f…
Triggerman
The immediate perpetrator of a homicide, and often the only d…
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Law and Ethic Chapter 3
Telemedicine
Cyber medicine
E-Health
Primary Care Physician
Consultation via telephone, closed-circuit television or inte…
Telemedicine that involves direct contact between Dr & Patien…
Internet as the source of consumer info about health and medi…
Physician responsible for directing all of a patient's medica…
Telemedicine
Consultation via telephone, closed-circuit television or inte…
Cyber medicine
Telemedicine that involves direct contact between Dr & Patien…
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Business Law Chapter 3
Affidavit
Affirmative Defense
Answer
Brief
written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use a…
a fact or set of facts other than those alleged by the plaint…
defendant's response to the plaintiff
concise statement or summary
Affidavit
written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use a…
Affirmative Defense
a fact or set of facts other than those alleged by the plaint…
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