Answer: An offical starts the tip by explaing the directions of which each team will be going (i.e., their respective baskets). After that, the officalwill meet the two players ready for the jump ball at the half-court line and will throw the ball straight up in the air, giving both players a fair chance at winning the tip. If for some reason, the ball is thrown up at an angle, or a player touches it before it reaches the highest point, the other offical(s) may signal for a redo on the tip ball.
Answer: It actually depends on the product and the supply agreement. Someproducts are "held" by the supplier as part of a procurementagreement. This, for example may be fragile apparatus which iftaken and help by the customer in their storage could becomedamaged and rendered dangerous or useless. Some customers with havea fast - slow usage policy on inventory. They will need someproducts every day to maintain flow. Others products they createfor instance may need some part once a month and therefore are notroutinely sent in but are called in on demand by the customer.
Answer: Typically both States and the Department of Justice will enforce federal law. States will enforce state law unless preempted or lack of law and allow federal law to be enforced through the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution.