constructive knowledge

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constructive knowledge


constructive notice

knowledge that a person is deemed to have of facts that he would have discovered had he made the usual and proper inquiries.
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(53) The court explained that constructive knowledge could be imputed from the matters available in the public record.
Even in asset sales where buyers expressly do not assume liability for pending labor or employment claims, buyers that maintain substantial continuity of a seller's operations and workforce, and who have actual or constructive knowledge of pending claims, may be liable for such claims after closing.
Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Issa launched the start signal of the 3rd Festival of Volunteers Work, for the organization of US To US 2016, which is held under the title of "constructive knowledge", following the patronage of the Minister of Education Dr.
The result has not been in it becoming a lucrative advertising and marketing vehicle or a means of widely disseminating useful and constructive knowledge and information.
Stated more formally, the limitations period commences at the time the cause of action (negligence or other wrongs) accrues, and this usually means when the claimant knew (actual knowledge) or should have known (constructive knowledge).
Under NHUTSA, the defendant need not have gained any advantage from the disclosure of the trade secret for misappropriation to occur It is sufficient to show that with either actual or constructive knowledge the secret was disclosed under a duty to maintain its secrecy.
Hypothesis 3a: The quality of expatriates' relationship with their HCN coworkers will be linked to constructive knowledge transfer.
The Collective and Constructive Knowledge Doctrines B.
Moreover, merely doing business in a country regarded to pose an elevated corruption risk (most of the world outside of Western Europe and Japan) has served as a basis for finding constructive knowledge of Improper payments.
(Potentially) Constructive Knowledge But Does Not Realize the
Importantly, the duty to make reasonable adjustments is only triggered where the employer has actual or constructive knowledge of an employee's disability.
"Nothing in the Complaint suggests any particularized basis to infer that a majority of the Board had actual or constructive knowledge of the alleged misconduct, let alone that they acted improperly," she wrote.

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