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Case law relating to gender expression

I recently discovered the existence of Local Law No. 3 (2002); N.Y.C. Admin. Code § 8-102(23) - which allows for people to be fined up to $250k for using the wrong gender pronouns. Even after cutting ...
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Where can one go to find caselaw of US federal criminal statutes?

I'm interested in a website or other starting point where I can see an index of all the high level prosecutions undertaken under USC XX s.s. YYYY over the course of the given law's history on the ...
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Are there examples of US lawsuits succeeding (in bypassing FSIA) against a political party of another country?

In an interesting attempt to side-step the sovereign immunity set out in FSIA, the AG of Missouri sued the Chinese Communist Party over Covid-19: On Tuesday [Apr 20?], Missouri’s attorney general ...
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Right of way, UK case law

I am not a law professional, but before approaching a lawyer I would like to learn a bit about UK case law on right of way through neighbours' properties. The facts: in the deeds of the property ...
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Have there ever been any cases where someone sued their government for not delivering their passport in a reasonable amount of time?

I am wondering if there have been any cases in Canada that were heard before a court or tribunal, or even if there was any informal dispute that was discussed in any media. Surely many people in the ...
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Can Texas Nuisance Law Violation be filed by a tenant against another tenant?

So in Texas I have learned there are Nuisance Laws reading this documentation: https://agrilife.org/texasaglaw/2016/06/27/texas-supreme-court-addresses-nuisance-law/ Can the above be applied by a ...
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Limits to Gillick Competence

Please note: Gillick Competence is not to be confused with the Fraser Guidelines which is only concerned with contraception. Gillick Competence is: a term originating in England and is used in ...
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Example of wills being declared forged without the signature being forged?

Is there case law in common-law-based legal systems regarding claims that a will is forged - but without the signature being forged, and without the text being altered after the signature? For ...