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With respect to disciplining its students and employees, a private school can basically do whatever it wants. There's more freedom to do so with respect to students than with employees, who have greater protections derived from anti-discrimination laws, collective-bargaining agreements, and the like. If a private school wants to impose a No Burger Tuesdays ...


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The DAAD has published a summary of the legal constraints when working as a foreign student in Germany. While the document is only available in German, it is complete and rather authoritative. I summarize the main points here. On a student visa, you are eligible for 120 full days or 240 half days in accordance with §16b (3) AufenthG. This is a legal ...


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Students too have freedom of information and expression. The school has no right to interfere with the student's activities outside of school. But is this activity outside of school? If the newspaper is created as part of a student council or a school-supported project group, supervision by a teacher might be appropriate. If the newspaper wants to ...


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The agent/landlord responsibility is to ensure that the residents have "quiet enjoyment" of the property during the period it is let. As long as your friend has access to the flat he has that. He can ask, but the agent/landlord have no obligation to provide it. Could your friend appoint someone else to go and get their property? There is no ...


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They can and must if what you do off-campus affects campus safety Any organisation has a duty to protect the safety of its members. If one person poses a danger to others, that person must either change their behaviour or be removed. If neither happens and that person goes on to cause some harm to other people, the organisation as a whole and its ...


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Worst case - you go to jail Technically, obtaining a loan by lying is fraud in every jurisdiction I know about. If it turned out you were unable to pay and investigation showed you had lied, the lender might report you to the police who might charge you.


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The law involved is the US Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which is described at this Department of Education page. FERPA applies to schools and other educational institutions that receive certain Federal funds. It does not apply to other organizations, unless such organizations receive educational information under a contract that ...


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At the time of writing, students studying in Government Aided schools are not eligible for the 7.5% percent reservation in NEET exams. Petitions have been filed in courts challenging this. References: Why exclude govt-aided students from 7.5% quota? | Indian Express Plea challenges exclusion of government-aided school students from 7.5% medical admission ...


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Legally, there is no such thing as a student newspaper. That is, a student newspaper is governed by the same laws as any other publication. This means that legally, each (student) newspaper needs a ViSdP (Verantwortlicher im Sinne des Presserechts - Responsible Person for the purpose of press law). The ViSdP can be anyone and has control over the content of ...


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A state institution is subject to 34 CFR § 668.71-75. State consumer-protection laws probably do not apply, but there are 50 states so it depends. Here are the laws for Washington. State universities have not yet found to be "businesses" in WA, so it is unlikely that those laws apply to university conduct. Whether or not a certain practice is ...


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Switzerland is a member of the Council of Europe, and has ratified the European Convention on Human Rights. This explicitly recognizes the right to a family life, which directly protects marriage (Article 8 ECHR). As such, it ranks above Swiss national law. And you're right, the same applies to other CoE members including all EU members.


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While a person is resident in Australia, and has been for at least the past 12 months, that person can obtain a divorce under Australian law, without regard to Indian law. Whether India will recognize that divorce I do not know. If the person is not an Australian citizen and has not been resident in Australia for at least 12 months, the Australian courts ...


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Please do not write the word visa in all caps. It is not an acronym. It is not a trademark (when used in this sense). It is just a word. The annotations all mean the same thing. There is no typo. Bearer is NOT subject to section 212 (e) This means that you are not subject to the two year residency requirement created by INA section 212(e). Not ...


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