Right of Return

(redirected from Return Rights)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

Right of Return

The legal right that an individual has to go back to his/her country. The right of return is guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but there is debate about what is meant by "country," whether it refers to one's physical place of birth or the state with which one's ethnicity is associated. The right of return remains controversial in many places, notably Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Organizers say they want to strip power from state officials and return rights to local governments.
Also, borders based on the 1967 line, security, land swaps and settlements, refugee return rights and Jordan Valley security deployments all remain to be resolved.
If they want to preserve unity, they should return rights to those who deserve them and allow others to express their political, social and legal opinions.
Our support is not for political gains, rather to return rights to them.
The company will return rights to Luramist to FemPharm and focus its efforts on its late stage investigational product candidates: Qnexa for obesity and avanafil for erectile dysfunction.
Shaaban pointed out that President al-Assad stressed Syria's stance that engaging in negotiations comes after Israel offers guarantees to return rights and land, and that Syria has no conditions but rights and will never give them up.
Gary Waanders, a biotech analyst at Nomura Code Securities, said Sanofi's decision to return rights to Trovax was no surprise, given the problems seen with the treatment during a Phase III clinical trial last year.
The price, from pounds 399, includes return Rights to Bergamo, transfers, and four nights half board at the Hotel Royal.
He also signed Cabletron's representation letter to outside auditors that all side agreements with return rights had been disclosed.
Amazon Japan reviewed statutory rights of warranty, return rights, enforceability of online agreements, advertising, content and complexity of consumer notices and terms of use, and other related issues.
For merchandising companies with a large population of transactions that grant customers the same return rights, if reasonable estimates can be made of how many customers will likely exercise these rights, revenues from product sales net of estimated returns may be recognized.