Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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For questions specific to the United States as a whole, or that span multiple state jurisdictions.
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For questions about the property right inherent in a creative work. Please see the tag wiki and FAQ before asking the question.
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For questions about laws related to crime.
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For questions specific to the United Kingdom. Note that the UK does not have a common legal system across its jurisdictions - consider using [scotland] or [england-and-wales] or [northern-ireland].
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For questions about laws related to contracts, an agreement between two or more parties.
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verbal or written agreements that parties enter consensually, exchanging consideration. Use this tag when the question is about contracts, or one or more elements of a contract.
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For questions concerning the ownership of ideas, designs and creative work. Specific IP tags include copyright, trademark, and patents.
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For questions about the internet. Please ensure a tag for the jurisdiction is also included. This tag should not be used when the question does not crucially hinge on internet usage or involvement.
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For questions involving programming underlying computers and machines. Consider using the [open-source-software] tag if the question is about open source software or licensing.
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about, or that arise as a result of, workplaces or the performance of work-related duties.
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For questions about freedom from unsolicited observation, or the collection, use and distribution of private information.
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For questions about permission and terms to use intellectual property.
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For questions specific to Canada as a whole, or that span multiple provincial and territorial jurisdictions.
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Questions about the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
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For questions about the interaction of two or more sovereign states, including agreements and laws between them, and disputes of jurisdiction for civil or criminal matters.
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Questions specific to the State of California.
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For questions related to legal systems of European countries and to legal harmonization in Europe, especially in the context of European Union law.
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a sign, logo or design of some kind that distinguishes a particular product or service (or its provider or source) from others.
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For questions relating to commercial activity
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Constitutional law deals with the assignment or restriction of the powers and branches of a government. If you are asking whether something is constitutional, it's helpful if you provide reasons as to…
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Use this for questions where the award of damages, or its possibility, is involved.
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Dealing with the constitutional, common-law, statutory, tax treaty, and regulatory rules that constitute the law applicable to taxation.
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A property from which the owner receives payment from the occupant(s), known as tenants, in return for occupying or using the property.
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For questions relating to non-criminal legal branch of [common-law] legal systems. Not to be confused with [civil-legal-system], relating to civilian or Roman law.
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Use this for questions about belongings and possessions. See [real-estate] for questions about the possession of houses and buildings.
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For questions about property that involves lands or buildings.
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the primary legal document for the United States of America.
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Use this for questions about interaction with law enforcement, as well as their procedures and regulations.
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A set of regulations which users must agree to follow in order to use a service.
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Crimes or torts involving deception for financial or other gain.
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Use this when questioning the meaning of legal terms.
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Questions specific to England and Wales
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Use this for questions involving vehicles and/or pedestrians on roadways. Also consider whether any of the following tags are more appropriate: speeding, driving, transportation
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Jurisdiction of Germany.
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The body of law about corporations, including mergers, acquisitions, corporate governance, corporate liability, finance, and bankruptcy. The fact that a question involves a corporation does not make i…
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a right granted by a government entity for [intellectual-property] (IP), which excludes others from using that IP. Use this tag when asking specifically about patentability or patented mat…