The North Carolina Time Share Act - University Of North
The North Carolina Time Share Act Whether motivated by the desire for a less expensive vacation, a second home, a hedge on inflation, or a calculated investment, over a quarter-million
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Detector Dogs and Probable Cause - scholarship.law.unc.edu
Posted: (52 years ago) 2GEO.MASON L. REV.[VOL. 14:1 The Court reached its conclusion in part because it accepted as a legal fact a very disputable scientific fact: that an "alert"6 by a properly-trained narcotics detections dog—standing alone—constitutes probable cause to
The North Carolina Declaratory Judgment Act
Posted: (52 years ago) 4 THE NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW Professor A. C. McIntosh to adjust the procedural detail to the local practice. The constitutionality18 of state declaratory judgment statutes, as against the charge that they impose non-judicial functions upon the
Misrepresentation in North Carolina
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW ligent misrepresentation' and, when it constitutes an unfair or deceptive trade practice,2 even innocent misrepresentation.3 The cause of action in negligent misrepresentation opens the door to recovery in situations in
Algorithms at Work: Productivity Monitoring Applications ...
Posted: (52 years ago) May 25, 2021 · s. aint . l. ouis . u. niversity . s. chool of . l. aw. 21. algorithms at work: productivity monitoring applications and wearable technology as the new data-centric researc h agenda for employment and
Child Abuse and Neglect Part I -- Historical Overview ...
Posted: (52 years ago) CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PART I: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW, LEGAL MATRIX, AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES MASON P. THOMAS, JR.t Terrible as the thought is to entertain, child abuse may be a regres-
Social Welfare -- The 'Man in the House' Returns to Stay
Posted: (52 years ago) THE MAN IN THE HOUSE RULE tion in computing need.'5 Also, states apparently may still terminate AFDC payments under such a rule, provided the man is one whom the state has defined as owing a legal duty of support to the child.
North Carolina Enacts the Uniform Transfers to Minors Act
Posted: (52 years ago) 1988] TRUSTS AND ESTATES 1351 were irrevocable and conveyed an indefeasibly vested title to the minor at trans-fer.19 The transfer therefore qualified for the annual federal gift tax exclusion.20 The custodian, acting under statutorily-prescribed administrative powers,21 du- ties,22 and immunities,23 would manage the custodial property and make discre-
Climate Change, Cap-and-Trade and the Outlook for U.S. Policy
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 34 Number 3 Article 1 Spring 2009 Climate Change, Cap-and-Trade and the Outlook for U.S. Policy Brian C. Murray Heather Hosterman Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarship.law.unc.edu/ncilj
Disloyalty among Men in Arms: Korean War POWs at Court …
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW Volume 82 Number 5Law, Loyalty, and Treason: How Can the Law Regulate Loyalty Without Imperiling It? Article 5 6-1-2004 Disloyalty among Men in Arms: Korean War POWs at Court-Martial Elizabeth Lutes Hillman
State v. White: The Inadvertency Requirement of the Plain ...
Posted: (52 years ago) 1989] CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1247 requirement 26 of the plain view exception as mandated by the United States Supreme Court.27 The court interpreted this requirement to mean that the dis- covery of evidence must be "unanticipated" for the plain view exception to ap-ply.28 The court reasoned that because the officers "carried the incident reports
Constitutional Law -- Rennie v. Klein: Constitutional ...
Posted: (52 years ago) 1979] CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1483 The purpose was to prevent Rennie from harming other patients, staff, and himself and to "ameliorate his delusional thinking pattern."'6 Two weeks after a prolixint7 regimen was initiated, Rennie filed a motion for a preliminary injunction to prevent defendant psychiatrists and hos-
Professionalism: The Deep Theory
Posted: (52 years ago) the "deep theory" of professionalism in the classroom, in the office, and in the courtroom. What is a "deep theory?" Let me explain. "Deep theory" focuses on our ultimate motivation for obeying rules.9 There are three common categories: "goal-based," "rights-based," and
The Problem of False Confessions in the Post-DNA World
Posted: (52 years ago) THE PROBLEM OF FALSE CONFESSIONS IN THE POST-DNA WORLD* STEVEN A. DRIZIN'" & RICHARD A. LEo"" In recent years, numerous individuals who confessed to and were convicted of serious felony crimes have been released from
The 'Facts' of Federal Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Posted: (52 years ago) THE "FACTS" OF FEDERAL SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION William Marshall* It is well-settled regarding contentions of law that a party cannot waive, consent to, or agree to overcome a lack of federal subject matter jurisdic-
Real Property--Tenancy by the Entirety in North Carolina ...
Posted: (52 years ago) 998 NORTH CAROLINA4 LAW.REVIEW [Vol. 58 spouse4 and for tort plaintiffs suing a wife for injuries suffered on en- tirety property.5 In other states, tenants themselves have recently at- tacked the constitutionality of the estate,6 and the North Carolina version of the estate may be vulnerable to attack as well.
Unanswered Arrrrguments after the Pirate Bay Trial ...
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY Volume 12 Issue 1Fall 2010 Article 3 10-1-2010 Unanswered Arrrrguments after the Pirate Bay Trial: Dropping Sail in the Safe Harbors of the EU Electronic Commerce Directive
Outlawry: Another 'Gothic Column' in North Carolina
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW was considered an admission of guilt, and outlawry was decreed in the defendant's absence without a trial.9 The effect of this judgment was to place the person completely outside the protection of the
Is Europe Headed down the Primrose Path with Mandatory ...
Posted: (52 years ago) NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 37 Number 4 Article 5 Summer 2012 Is Europe Headed down the Primrose Path with Mandatory Mediation Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarship.law.unc.edu/ncilj