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if at any time during the statutory prescriptive period the servient land was owned by an infant or a mentally incapacitated person (or, indeed, anyone other than anyone sui juris and holding the fee simple) that period is excluded in relation to the acquisition of an easement or profit by prescription under the Prescription Act 1832 that depends, inter alia, on the servient owner being able to enforce his rights should he have chosen to.
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Such a question could violate the ADA because the answer is likely to elicit information regarding disabilities. Consequently, it may be wise to postpone the polygraph examination to the post-conditional offer stage.
Half of the statements concern hearing disabilities, and the other half deal with hearing handicaps.
Monica Robinson, 40, president and founder of African Americans with Disabilities Inc., based in Pittsburgh, is certain that racism plays a major role in keeping African Americans with disabilities locked out of the job market or relegated to marginal positions.
Instead, she said, many of their disabilities are lifestyle-related, part of normal aging or a result of genetics.
Three federal statutes have been designed to protect students with disabilities from discrimination.
The issue has now been cleared up, and accountants are trying to figure how much is already owed to military retirees with disabilities.
The most recent reauthorization of this legislation, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (P.L.
The purpose of this research was to ascertain if teachers with dyslexia and dyscalculia perceive that their learning disabilities have affected their adult lives, including their teaching.
Despite the existence of a plethora of empirical and anecdotal studies assessing attitudes towards persons with disabilities, the vast majority of these deal primarily with adult perceptions and societal views (Olkin, 1999; Smart, 2001; Yuker, 1988).
Ruth O'Brien, Voices from the Edge: Narratives about the Americans with Disabilities Act.
But profound changes also are occurring in dental practices throughout the entire country as increasing numbers of youngsters (and the not so young) with intellectual and developmental disabilities have become dependent upon local community practitioners for needed oral health services.

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