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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The act or state of adhering.
- noun: Attachment or devotion; loyalty.
- noun: Assent or agreement to join.
- noun: Medicine A condition in which bodily tissues that are normally separate grow together.
- noun: Medicine A fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures.
- noun: Physics The physical attraction or joining of two substances, especially the macroscopically observable attraction of dissimilar substances.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- Under Texas law, a contract of adhesion is a contract that is offered on a take-it-or-leave-it basis to a party who has no bargaining power and no ability to change the terms of the contract.
- Very interesting and surprising case if you are an employment lawyer or a consumer advocate, since it likely permits major employers are retailers of services and goods to the public, like banks and cable companies, to circumvent the risk of class actions entirely by burying arbitration clauses in adhesion contracts, which is what Bazzle eliminated.
- I really would like to see more legal discussion about the force and obligations possible in a one sided is it called adhesion? contract.
- They were Gentiles, who had given in adhesion to some of the tenets of Judaism.
- See Williams v. Illinois State Scholarship Comm’n, 139 Ill. 2d 24, 72, 150 Ill.Dec. 578, 563 N. E.2d 465, 487 (1990) “A contract of adhesion is generally found under circumstances in which a party has, in effect, no choice but to accept the contract offered, often where the buyer does not have the opportunity to do comparative shopping or the organization offering the contract has little or no competition.”
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