Central Agreement Dictionary

Recognition Clause Article of a collective agreement describing the unity of collective agreements certified by the labour council or agreed by the union and employer. Nation: a country; A political body; A people united under the same government and the same laws; a country that occupies a limited territory over which it has independent control. Native: a naturally born citizen; who was born in the country where he is a citizen. Of course: relationship with the nature and functioning of natural law. (Natural law does not come from the laws and laws promulgated, but from the inner instincts and desires of man.) Physical person: A person, unlike an organization. (A company, a partnership, etc., is a legal “person” but not a “natural person.”) Necessity: a situation in which one is obliged to do something. Someone who has not had the chance to act in some illegitimate manner may be excused from this behavior if necessity was the cause of the execution of the act. No: A word added after the name of a married woman to indicate the name of her family before she is married. For example, Mary Jones, née Smith (French).

Neglect: not doing what is expected of a reasonable, caring and conscientious person; do something that a conscientious and reasonable person would not do. Negotiation: discussions leading to the conclusion of a commercial transaction or agreement. (Management and work are being negotiated to reach an agreement on employment contracts) Group result: result after deducting all expenses of the product. Income can be in the form of money from sales or services, interest on investments, etc. Net proceeds: gross product minus deductible charges. Net worth: The value of a business or the amount of money an individual is worth, after deducting all commitments and commitments. Next in the family: The closest relatives. The term is commonly used to describe the closest blood relationships that inherit the property of a person who dies without making a will. No error: a common type of divorce in which neither party presents evidence of misconduct. It is important to note that error-free divorces are not necessarily unchallenged, as an undisputed divorce means that both spouses have agreed on issues such as child support and custody. Appointments: the act of nominating a person for a position, position or appointment.

Non-payment: non-payment of a debt under an agreement. Non-payment can be used as the basis for a recovery action. Non-profit: an activity with no intention of making a profit.