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What’s after Low-Code? And, why should you go Public?

What’s after Low-Code? And, why should you go Public?

The Q2 earnings cycle is getting stronger, which means your humble exchange crew is working with many public-company executives on the phone to bring your trends and notes. To that end, today we are going to check in at Appian, Paycom, and BigCommerce. We’ll then peek into the fresh ingredient.....

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Bilateral Agreement

Bilateral Agreement

A bilateral agreement, also known as a clearing trade or a side deal, is a contract between two parties in which each party commits to carry out their share of the transaction. It varies based on the type of agreement, the extent of the agreement, and the nations participating. Bilateral contract.....

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Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document giving one person the power to act for another person. It refers to a document in which one person gives power to another to sell or act on his behalf in respect of the matter specified in the document. It is the legal […]

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Lien

Lien

Lien is a right exercised by one on someone else property for a debt or charge. It is the right of a person who has lawfully received property belonging to another to retain that property for so long as a debt owed by the owner of the property remains unpaid. It means – a right […]Read More »

Defamation

Defamation

Defamation is a word used to describe both libel, which occurs in writing, and slander, which is spoken. It is the oral or written communication of a false statement about another that unjustly harms their reputation and usually constitutes a tort or crime. It occurs when something is said or wri.....

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Bailment

Bailment

Bailment It occurs when an item or items is transferred to another party to be hold temporarily. It is the act of placing property in the custody and control of another, usually by agreement in which the holder (bailee) is responsible for the safekeeping and return of the property. Bailment refer.....

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Arbitration Process

Arbitration Process

Arbitration Arbitration is the process of having a dispute settled by a third and an independent’ party. It is the private, judicial determination of a dispute, by an independent third party. It is the process of bringing a business dispute before a disinterested third party for resolution. It.....

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Articles of Association

Articles of Association

Articles of Association Articles of Association are a document that specifies the regulations for a company’s operations and defines the company’s purpose. It contains the rules and regulations or bye-laws of the company. This is a document, which contains the rules and regulations .....

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Appellate Tribunal

Appellate Tribunal

Appellate Tribunal It is one of the income Tax Authorities to whom an assessee if dissatisfied by the order of an Appellate Asst. Commissioner may seek relief against that order (assessment). It is a special court or committee that is formed to reconsider a decision made by another court or commi.....

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Affidavit

Affidavit

Affidavit This is a written statement given on oath before a person of authority, such as a magistrate, a notary public, or a solicitor who has been appointed a commissioner for oaths. It is a written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use as evidence in court. Any individual can off.....

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Adjudication

Adjudication

Adjudication This is an order given by the court declaring a person as an insolvent. It is carried out in various forms, but most commonly occurs in the court system. It offers the possibility of obtaining an enforceable decision in a very short period of time and at a fraction of the cost of li.....

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Doctrine of Basic Structure: History and Establishment

Doctrine of Basic Structure: History and Establishment

Doctrine of Basic Structure: History and Establishment Doctrine of basic structure is an Indian judicial principle that the Indian Constitution has certain ‘Basic Features’ that can’t be altered or destroyed through amendments by the Parliament. This doctrine applies only to Constitutional .....

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