According to this picture, any human-rights-based positive duties
would be only derivative duties
, activated when certain negative duties
are violated or at risk of violation.
With these cases in mind, let's look at the fiduciary duties
, civil and criminal liability of a board.
Related to those powers are the duties
in Probate Code Secs.
For example, an insurer may argue that a self-employed physician is not only a physician, but also a "business owner" and that even if the insured cannot perform medical duties
such as surgeries, he still can run his medical business and thus is not totally disabled.
Fortunately, a water-torture light duty program is unnecessary to encourage employees to return to their regular duties
The reduction as opposed to the elimination of the duties
was a result of pressure from the American lumber producers, Buchanan Forest Products CFO Russ York says.
Madam Nighat Mujtaba Haider, DSP/Rural, Traffic will be incharge of route duties
from 1900 to 0700 hours.
The deal will scrap EU duties
on certain Syrian iron and steel product exports.
The Department of Commerce imposes these duties
to remedy injurious unfair foreign trade practices (unfairly low prices or subsidies).
The nature and scope of the duty need to be determined, and conflicting duties
must be recognized and acknowledged.
Insurance agents and brokers, for example, have fiduciary duties
and corresponding liabilities, as do executors of estates, trustees of organizations, and guardians.
Fiduciary responsibility is a special and important concept for CPAs in tax and financial planning practices, one that is twofold: fiduciary obligations to clients, which go well beyond acting as an executor or trustee, and the significant and profitable role that CPAs can play in helping clients who serve as estate executors or trustees, to fulfill their fiduciary duties