Civil Procedure Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Civil Procedure Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Civil Procedure Sayings By Edmund Burke: Everybody is satisfied, that a conservation and secure enjoyment of our natural rights is the Everybody is satisfied, that a conservation and secure enjoyment of our natural rights is the great and ultimate purpose of civil society; and that therefore all forms whatsoever of government are only good as they are subservient to that purpose to which they are entirely subordinate. Now, to aim at the establishment of any form of government by sacrificing what is the substance of it; to take away, or at least to suspend, the rights of nature, in order to an approved system for the protection of them ... is a procedure as preposterous and absurd in argument as it is oppressive and cruel in its effect. — Edmund Burke
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Civil Procedure Sayings By Rebecca Skloot: The term informed consent first appeared in court documents in 1957, in a civil court The term informed consent first appeared in court documents in 1957, in a civil court ruling on the case of a patient named Martin Salgo. He went under anesthesia for what he thought was a routine procedure and woke up permanently paralyzed from the waist down. The doctor hadn't told him the procedure carried any risks at all. The — Rebecca Skloot
Civil Procedure Sayings By David Blunkett: Changes to parliamentary procedure won't transform the lives of the people whom I represent. Decentralising, Changes to parliamentary procedure won't transform the lives of the people whom I represent. Decentralising, devolving decision-making and renewing civil society will. — David Blunkett
Civil Procedure Sayings By Kenneth Eade: The rules of war for federal court were contained in the 86 rules of federal The rules of war for federal court were contained in the 86 rules of federal civil procedure, the rules of the local federal court, and the courtroom rules of the particular federal judge. — Kenneth Eade
Civil Procedure Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: While in Bombay, I began, on one hand, my study of Indian law and, on While in Bombay, I began, on one hand, my study of Indian law and, on the other, my experiments in dietetics in which Virchand Gandhi, a friend, joined me. My brother, for his part was trying his best to get me briefs. The study of India law was a tedious business. The Civil Procedure Code I could in no way get on with. Not so however, with the Evidence Act. Virchand Gandhi was reading for the Solicitor's Examination and would tell me all sorts of stories about Barristers and Vakils. — Mahatma Gandhi
Civil Procedure Sayings By Anne-Marie Slaughter: When I used to teach civil procedure as a law professor, I would begin the When I used to teach civil procedure as a law professor, I would begin the year by telling my students that 'civil procedure is the etiquette of ritualized battle.' The phrase, which did not originate with me, captured the point that peaceful, developed societies resolve disputes by law rather than by force. — Anne-Marie Slaughter