Tag Archives: Rights

Tips on Residents’ Rights in Nursing Homes: Bed Holds

The Federal Nursing Home Reform Act and New Jersey Nursing Home Residents Bill of Rights along with their regulations create numerous enforceable rights and protections for nursing home residents. Among these are the obligations to keep the bed available for certain amounts … Continue reading

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The right of appeal against refusal of a residence card: where are we up to? – UK Human Rights Blog

‘One way for an immigrant to gain the right to be in the UK is by making an application under the Immigration Rules. But these applications are relatively expensive and the requirements have become increasingly stringent.’ Full StoryUK Human Rights … Continue reading

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Frydrych on the Theories of Rights Debate

David Frydrych (National University of Singapore (NUS) – Faculty of Law) has posted The Theories of Rights Debate on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This is the first comprehensive explanation and survey of the Interest-Will theories of rights debate. Section II elucidates … Continue reading

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What is the Universal Franchisee Bill of Rights?

If you have been looking for information about your rights as a franchisee online, you may have come across something called the, “Universal Franchisee Bill of Rights.” While this sounds promising, unfortunately, it does not actually grant you any rights … Continue reading

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Chancery Explains Stockholder’s Rights to Obtain Corporate Records

A recent decision of the Delaware Court of Chancery explained the well-established case law that has been developed over many decades to define the contours and nuances of DGCL Section 220, which is the basis for a qualified right of … Continue reading

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