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How legally binding is a consultancy agreement?

27th April 2012
Introduction A consultancy agreement is a contract that is made between clients and consultant to record the terms and condition for providing the consultancy services. It must be in written form in order to enforce it. It is valid and legal agreement. E... Read >
Author: Robert Mark

How to stop laptop overheating, if low-key overheats after cleaning dust

26th April 2012
There are two kinds of overheating. †† 1. Component specific overheating, caused by CPU or Graphics Processing figure (GPU). †† 2. Overall temperature inside the laptop, caused by HDD and Battery. 99.9% cases its CPU, GPU or North Bridge (if no... Read >
Author: sanashekh

Personal Protective Equipment - The Legal Framework Explained

24th November 2011
Are you required to use or wear personal protective equipment at work? Whether you're employed, contracted or work as a self employed individual who has been contracted to work for someone else, it is essential that you understand the current legal requir... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Workplace investigations: monitoring email and internet usage

19th February 2011
Part and parcel of managing people is getting involved in the disciplinary process. The most common concern relates to poor work performance, where an employee canít meet the organisationís reasonable requirements. Misconduct arises where an employee ... Read >
Author: KateRussell

Meaning and Definition of Negligence

18th February 2011
Negligence is one of the most important and common torts in the law. Although its origins are to be found in trespass and trespass on the case, the action was developed and formulated only in the 19th Century; it now exists in its own right as a separate ... Read >
Author: Mutex Robb

How to Protect Your Cartier Love Bracelets

12th January 2011
Girls adore to putting on the beautiful cartier bracelet while starting a new college life. They're beautiful, charming, plus the complement of you look with informal wears. But waiting , how you should protect of our cartier gold bracelets? Wearing Ca... Read >
Author: Isabella tu

Types of residential tenancy agreement in Australia.

22nd November 2010
Residential Tenancy Agreement What to include in residential tenancy agreement? This article is a comprehensive guide for landlords who want to rent their premises in Australia. Residential Tenancy Agreement A tenancy agreement is a contract between... Read >
Author: Robert Mark

Individual Rights versus Public Interest

09th August 2010
It has been reported that the average citizen is caught on camera over three-hundred times per day. There are some people who are sceptical about the effectiveness of CCTV cameras lining our streets and in our local stores; but as there are approximately ... Read >
Author: Rutland Savour

Organic Chocolate Consumer Guide

27th May 2010
In my research of organic chocolate, my eyes have really been opened. I really like chocolate, and am looking forward to tasting Chava Vital organic chocolate with Zeolite when it appears in public! In the meantime, I tend to consume chocolate anyway,... Read >
Author: pemsseoaccount

Employment Contracts - Indian Perspective

14th May 2010
Definition: A contract of employment is a bilateral agreement for the exchange of service and remuneration over a period of time. Employment contract is that form of contract for personal service which the courts recognize as expressing the social relati... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

eBay Suspension? - People Are Able To Get Back On eBay After A eBay Suspension

09th February 2010
If you've experienced a eBay suspension and need to get back in eBay, then stay with me. This specific auction web site tracks just about all vendors and even buyers. For anybody who is not necessarily aboveboard plus adhere to all their policies along wi... Read >
Author: Charlie Wilkins

The Five Percent Rule of Self Managed Superannuation Funds

26th November 2009
Self managed superannuation funds are deemed by the government to be for your retirement only. There are strict rules that will be enforced for becoming non-compliant. But that does not mean that you cannot use your fund to help your business. To ensur... Read >
Author: Mel C

Mortgage Default and Default Judgment in Foreclosure - What's the Difference?

22nd October 2009
When banks foreclose on a home, the owners are often confused by the language used in the various legal documents. One of the terms that causes the most confusion is "default." There are at least two different ways that this word is used during the forecl... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Statute of Limitations - Time Limits for Filing a Civil or Criminal Lawsuit

29th September 2009
A statute of limitations is a law, which set outs the time limits within which a civil or criminal lawsuit must be commenced. The limitation depends on the type of claim and whether the lawsuit is filed in federal or state court. Each state has its own st... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

What are OPSEC indicators?

27th June 2009
OPSEC Indicators are friendly actions and open sources of information that can be detected or interpreted by adversarial intelligence systems, and combined with other known information to derive friendly critical information. An indicator has five char... Read >
Author: ChrisCox
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