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Whether or not a war between political entities can result from some action is completely political and strategic, and not legal. The specific incident is probably legal, given US and international law regarding military action. Unless the order was self-evidently unlawful there is no possibility of arrest and prosecution under US law, however there might be ...


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does this company really need to get these permits in hundreds of jurisdictions (every place that they service) Yes. Typically, there would be a contract between the national company and a local subcontractor who provides the service, and the local subcontractor would get the occupational and business licenses under its name doing business as the name of ...


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"Does threatening to attack cultural heritage constitute conspiracy to commit a war crime..." Almost certainly not. It's a threat to commit a war crime, but is probably not illegal in and of itself. On the other hand, if the Commander In Chief were to ask his generals what would be involved in mounting a cruise missile attack on the Meidan Emam in Esfahan,...


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Yes. Article 60 allows detention for 60 + 30 days where “there is probable cause to suspect that the accused may conceal or destroy evidence” which is a threshold which an imaginative investigator and a compliant court can always meet. This does appear to be per charge so it can easily be made indefinite. Japan’s is by no means unique in having laws that ...


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While there is no law against knitting and no law against sending knitted goods back to the old country, doing so for compensation is a form of self-employment (which is a form of employment). Any employment, including self-employment, is subject to visa-type restrictions, as sketched here. You cannot engage in productive labor, except if you have a B-1 visa ...


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Based on the Providing services abroad within the EU text, this would depend on if the place of establishment in Country B has been registered there. The main criteria being: how often, for how long and how regularly If I have understood your scenario correctly, both Country A and B have been registered (Country B being tax resident) Country B ...


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