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Nicknamed “SUS laws”, these clauses enabled police officers to justify arrest solely on the basis of suspected intent to commit a crime.
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To recapitulate, the changes made in the draft DPP 2020 included the introduction of some new procurement categories like ‘Buy (Global – Manufacture in India)’; linking life-cycle support with the main procurement contract; changes in the standard clauses of contract mainly to strike a balance between the intellectual property rights of the seller and MoD’s rights to indigenise; and above all, a sweeping revamp of the offset policy.
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Even if Parliament approved an initial agreement with relatively strong human rights clauses, these can later be deleted without further reference to Parliament.
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The recent renegotiation between Advent International and Forescout (NASDAQ:FSCT) highlights just how difficult it is to invoke a MAC clause to exit a deal.
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The wills in question also contain a so-called feud clause, awarding hundreds of thousands of dollars to the person who manages to win the long-running private war between their families.
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Trump’s presidency has given us many examples of government officials, not least, the president himself — sometimes in possible violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution — using the public purse to benefit themselves.
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This is because LVMH agreed to omit a liquidated damages clause as a possible remedy for Tiffany in the event the transaction ended up in litigation.
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Most significantly of all, orders made under the state of disaster trump existing legislation – through a handy clause named after Henry VIII (the infamous British king who gave himself powers to avoid legislating through Parliament).
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The federal riot statute is grounded in the Constitution’s interstate commerce clause, so it potentially ensnares anyone who “uses any facility of interstate or foreign commerce, including, but not limited to, the mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, or television” with the intent to “organize, promote, encourage, participate in, or carry on a riot,” among other acts.