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Being sued over a promissory note [closed]

Background: In April 2018, I was hired by a company A that outsources services. When I was hired, I signed two promissory notes for $25,000(local currency) for the concept of value of training for my ...
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Why was El Chapo tried in the US?

I don't know the full story of El Chapo or seen any of the documentaries/movies. However, I'm assuming he committed the same crimes in Mexico. Why would he be extradited to the US without facing trial ...
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What is the equivalent for “Consideration” (English common law) in Spanish speaking countries?

Consideration is a concept of English common law and is a necessity for simple contracts. Consideration may be thought of as the concept of value offered and accepted by people or organisations ...
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What laws prohibit winning prizes in international contests?

In the https://flutter.dev/create contest, the rules say this: Persons from the following countries or regions can submit but will not be considered eligible for the contest due to local rules, ...
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Legality of importation of Insulin from Mexico

NBC Nightly News (1/22/19) carried a story about people purchasing insulin (which may or may not require a prescription) in Mexico because the same drug costs approximately 10% of the US price. One ...
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Is unlawful entry into Mexico a crime?

In the U.S. there is a federal law making unauthorized entry into the country illegal. Does Mexico have similar law? If so, does anyone know of English translations?
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is there any law like the 18 U.S. Code § 201 in latinamerican countries?

In many latinamerican countries, legislators and others politicians are receiving benefits to support some laws which favors international companies. I've read that US has the 18 U.S. Code § 201 where ...
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Can someone who owns property on the border prevent/delay government related construction?

A card game company has reportedly bought acres of land on the Us/Mexico border, and also hired eminent domain lawyers to defend it. Could this actually prevent the construction of something (i.e a ...