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Do I still have time to file a claim or lawsuit?

Every state has its own time limits in which you are able to take legal action to redress a wrong.  These time limits are called statutes of limitations, and they vary according to the type of claim you wish to pursue. 257 more words

Rep. John Bel Edwards asks House Speaker to convene House meeting to address OGB plan impact on retirees

Gubernatorial candidate and Louisiana House Democratic Caucus Chairman John Bel Edwards (D-Amite) has sent a request to House Speaker Chuck Kleckley (R-Lake Charles) to convene a meeting of the House of Representatives in order to review controversial changes coming to the Office of Group Benefits (OGB). 925 more words

Governor's Office

Waterboy Weepu a key leader

London Welsh’s star signing Piri Weepu got off to an understated start with his new club, on waterboy duties against Pontypridd.

Welsh were comfortable 40-12 winners in Weepu’s first involvement with the club since landing in London on Thursday. 132 more words

Pacific Islanders

The Phone Book Principle

You know all of that stuff that people put on your property that you don’t ask for…ie phone books, menus to new local restaurants, newspapers you haven’t ordered, or crazy religious pamphlets? 753 more words

My Life

Expectations

As part of the rules discussions I also added in what my expectations would be. 197 more words

Masturbatrix

300MW solar tender cancelled in Zimbabwe

The Chronicle

August 23, 2014 Local News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lloyd Gumbo Harare Bureau
THE State Procurement Board has cancelled the 300 Megawatts solar projects indefinitely after one winning bidder increased its price, while Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) failed to agree with two other firms that had been considered for the other solar plants. 606 more words

Contract

McRae v Commonwealth Disposals Commission | High Court of Australia | 27 August 1951

ON 27 AUGUST 1951, the High Court of Australia delivered McRae v Commonwealth Disposals Commission  HCA 79; (1951) 84 CLR 377 (27 August 1951).

A court must determine damages as best it can. 427 more words

Sydney Law Firm