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1. Pre-Dup

2. Peeping Tom

3. Law Of The Land

4. Marital Property

5. Perpetuity

6. Judicial

7. Testatrix

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9. obligor

10. Unearned Income

11. Lulac

12. Necessary Inference

13. Palimony

14. Mortgage Delinquency

15. Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity

16. Disclaim

17. Copartner

18. Indispensable Party

19. Rebuttal Witness

20. Trustee in bankruptcy

21. Reckless

22. Rescue Doctrine

23. Author

24. Professional Negligence

25. double taxation

26. contingency fee

27. Preference Relative

28. process

29. Dwi

30. Federal Tax Deposits (Ftd)

31. boot

32. wrongful termination

33. barratry

34. Arrearages

35. Cumulative Sentence

36. Plain Error

37. Prescriptive Easement

38. Quit

39. National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (Ncusif)

40. Payback Provision

41. gold certificate

42. Certification Of Trust

43. Legal Aid

44. Retrial

45. FICO

46. Discharge (Of Personal Representative)

47. Emblements

48. forfeiture

49. Testamentary

50. consequential damages

51. Superior Court

52. Churning

53. duress

54. Service Business

55. Exculpatory

56. Construe

57. Patent Search

58. Advance Sheets

59. Culpability

60. Denial

61. Service By Fax

62. Offensive Collateral Estoppel

63. Credit Union

64. Contumacy

65. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

66. Mugging

67. salvage

68. Grounds For Divorce

69. Consideration

70. Letter Of Indemnity

71. Beneficial Interest

72. Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs)

73. codefendant

74. occupation

75. Servant

76. Donation

77. U.s. Troop Readiness, Veterans' Care, Katrina Recovery, And Iraq Accountability Appropriations Act Of 2007

78. occupational disease

79. English-Only Rule

80. O.s.c.

81. Confidential Communication

82. Argument

83. Demur

84. Jury Box

85. Per Curiam

86. State Court

87. Appellate Jurisdiction

88. Estate tax

89. Golden Rule Argument

90. Sentence

91. Judgment Debt

92. Bail Bond

93. Parenting Plan

94. Consumer Credit

95. Exception

96. Appreciate

97. Prayer For Relief

98. Employer

99. Proper Party

100. Adultery

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Sarbanes-Oxley Act Of 2002

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Named after its main Congressional sponsors, Senator Paul Sarbanes and representative Michael Oxley, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced new financial practices and reporting requirements, including executive certification of financial reports, plus more stringent corporate governance procedures for publicly traded US companies and added protections for whistleblowers. Also known as the Corporate and Auditing accountability, Responsibility, and Transparency Act, or more colloquially as SarbOx or SOX, the law was passed in response to several high-profile corporate scandals involving accounting fraud and corruption in major Us corporations.The law also created the public company accounting oversight board (PCAOB), a private-sector, nonprofit corporation that regulates and oversees public accounting firms.The law has seen its share of controversy, with opponents arguing that the expense and effort involved in complying with the law reduce shareholder value, and proponents arguing that increased corporate responsibility and transparency far outweigh the costs of compliance.

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