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(law) a broad legal concept including anything that disturbs the reasonable use of your property or endangers life and health or is offensive

a bothersome annoying person

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He said the legal responsibility stems from the document that was signed when the Mojahedin effectively surrendered to the U.
The effort included outreach to ICPAS members with an e-mail on essential investment management practices and highlighted a new guide for people who have the legal responsibility for managing another person's money--Prudent Investment Practices, written by the Foundation for Fiduciary Studies and technically reviewed by the AICPA.
Legal Requirements for Business Records contains federal statutes, regulations, revenue rulings, and procedures for all industries; state statutes and regulations for general business requirements; state government agency requirements for recordkeeping and records technology; court cases providing state and federal court rulings on recordkeeping practices; international recordkeeping requirements from more than 45 countries, including Canada, England, France, and Spain; and reference material covering issues, such as records retention, legal requirements for information technology systems, and legal responsibility for records.
Two key chapters in the book deal with the legal responsibility of teachers to document and report cases of child abuse and neglect, and to advocate for the right of every child to be raised in an environment free from maltreatment.
CRE Wales Commissioner Cherry Short said, ``There is a business case, but also a new legal responsibility under the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 on public authorities to mainstream racial equality into the procurement process.
The BOD holds legal responsibility for the organisation and for oversight of the advancement of the strategic direction.
However, the companies claim that they are not liable for damage or casualties on the ground, and that they have no legal responsibility for victims who were not aboard the four hijacked aircraft, reported The Associated Press.
Mark, who cited a number of reasons why physicians reject the OFHN model, including downloading all legal responsibility and insurance risk onto the doctors,
have agreed, without admitting legal responsibility, to pay former shareholders 20 million yen for falsifying debt figures, sources close to the case said Friday.
Police say they have identified the children but are powerless to act because they are below the age of legal responsibility.
Telia has said that the company has no legal responsibility for the downloaded material but that it does not try to hide that it is a problem and is happy to help the music and film industries to charge for their services, reported Dagens Nyheter, a Swedish newspaper.
Some people say that the law gives schools the legal responsibility to ban products such as peanuts that threaten some children's lives.
Do owners of computers hijacked and used for illegal purposes bear any legal responsibility for the crimes committed?
In other words, the effort to assign employers more legal responsibility was making them less willing to permit telecommuting at all.