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Can children that are force to write with the wrong hand that has developed a major disorder bring suit for malpractice? That would be an unfounded and futile claim. The plaintiff would have a very hard time proving that his alleged disorder originated from being forced to write with the wrong hand. Even if an expert witness lent himself to support ...


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Apostille attestation is a process of authentication of documents. It is a form of attestation which is done for the countries that are a part of the Hague Convention. While embassy attestation is a process which is carried out for the countries that do not identify as apostille. Legalization of educational documents is needed for the cause of pursuing ...


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These offer letters typically state explicitly that the offer is contingent on approval by the relevant governing board. This is sufficient to thwart promissory estoppel. Such highest-level overturning are frequent enough in the US that a reasonable person would know that the principal (for instance) does not have final authority to make a contract. There ...


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Did you actually receive a job offer? If you did, you can sue for breach of contract. Bearing in mind that a conditional offer (e.g. subject to board approval) has not been breached if the condition is not met. Did the principal or the chairman actually promise you a job offer and, if they did, did they know that you were going to take the steps and incur ...


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