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be the duty of or be someone's duty

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off duty

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an act or course of action that is demanded of one, as by position, custom, law, or religion

a piece of work that has been assigned

the condition of being put to use

a compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government

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In a perfectly just world, we would be subject to duties not to participate in denying these goods to anyone; and (because the world is perfectly just) we would not be subject to derivative positive duties to remedy or prevent rights violations by ourselves or others.
Fiduciary relationships involve duties of trust and confidence.
Otherwise, providing accounting services would be self-dealing unless such services were provided as part of the trustee's duties.
Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company, the Ninth Circuit addressed this issue and ruled that a disabled chiropractor was entitled to total disability benefits even though she continued to perform clerical duties associated with her chiropractic business.
The other light duty mistake employers commonly make is allowing the injured employees to continue performing normal duties except those essential functions they cannot perform.
In the same vein, American legislators have reported they will phase out the contentious Byrd Amendment, which allows the government to transfer duties collected at the border directly to U.
Syeda Zahida Bukhari, ASP/Margalla Traffic will be incharge of parking duties.
The Arab state imposes a far wider range of duties on EU exports of iron and steel, although many are not that high for basic iron and steel supplies and shapes--tending to range between 1% and 3%.
While over $600 million in AD/CV duties dating back to 2001 remain uncollected, they are highly concentrated among a few products, countries of origin, and importers.
The authors however suggest that healthcare employers have a set of reciprocal responsibilities toward their staffs, which include duties to inform, protect, and support healthcare personnel.
In addition, if your organization administers other employee benefit plans (health insurance to which the employees contribute) those individuals with administrative duties may be fiduciaries as well.
Goldwasser, a prominent attorney and one of the foremost experts in CPA legal matters, explains that the principal duties of a fiduciary are:
to be imposing countervailing duties on Canadian lumber shipments into the American marketplace," said David Pressly, president of the National Association of Home Builders and a home builder from Statesville, N.
Research indicates that this is not unusual; some school counselors report regular reassignment to nonguidance roles (Sink & Yillik-Downer, 2001) including clerical and disciplinary duties (Gysbers & Henderson, 2000).
Despite her physician's opinion that she could continue working until the time of birth, Pinchback was notified that she was being discharged because her work assignments endangered her health and that of her unborn child and because she could no longer perform her duties and responsibilities.