Answer: Natural law is described as a higher law derived naturallyfrom a universal understanding that certain choices made andactions taken by humans are right or wrong. Natural law is a systemof justice for all societies, regardless of their individualculture or customs. Thomas Hobbes described natural law as the wayin which a rational human who is seeking to survive and prosperwould act. Some people view it as divine law pursuant to theteachings of Thomas Acquinas . Natural law influenced thedevelopment of English common law and also the Declaration ofIndependence of the United States.
Human rights are the rights and freedoms that all people areentitled to. They spring from the concept of natural rightswhich in turn, spring from natural law.
Natural rights is a complicated topic with many facets and theconcept dates back at least to late Antiquity. Briefly,natural rights have been described as universal, inalienable rightsthat all people are entitled to regardless of political and legalinstitutions and beyond the authority of secular or religiousauthorities. Some people recognize no difference between naturalrights and human rights which include: life, liberty andproperty; freedom from oppression; self determination; religiousfreedom; equality; privacy. One school of thought holds that in the natural stateonly the strongest can benefit from their natural rights so peopleform a social contract ceding their natural rights to an authority(government) to protect them from abuse by the strongerindividuals.
This is an interesting topic on which to do some reading.
"A man [must] be willing, when others are so too, as far forth,as for peace, and defence of himself he shall think it necessary,to lay down this right to all things; and be contented with so muchliberty against other men, as he would allow other men againsthimself." Thomas Hobbes
Answer: Anyone can "baptize" anyone with or without their permission or the permission of any relative (some churches baptize everyone not in their faith to their faith) - the question becomes so what:
Without the permission of a legal guardian it is a form of bullying
Without the permission of the baptized party is is similar to entering someone else into contract without their agreement
It has no standing in law - no baptism does
It does not influence the life of the baptized party
Answer: they look for good posture a nice smile and face you also got to look good in clothes natural look [hardly any makeup, and if you are wearing lip gloss make sure it is clear]#2 answ: Mostly they look for TALENT
Answer: Not really enough information to try to answer. It sounds like youmay need to go to court and petition for a Guardianship over theNiece (and possibly) your Aunt as well. Try contacting your localDept. of Social Services to see if they can give you some advice onhow to handle this situation.
Answer: You can get legal custody over him if he is a minor in need of a legal custodian, if you are a responsible adult, and if a court agrees that you are the most suitable person to be custodian. this would be regardless of your living arrangements, as long as they are considered to be suitable for your half-brother.
Answer: Difference of two natural numbers is not always a natural number. For any two natural numbers a and b, a-b = natural number only when a>b. Otherwise the result is a integer. No, e.g.6 - 10 = -4.-4 is negative, so it is not a natural number.
Answer: A Trust is not a public record but beneficiaries are entitled to a copy of the trust. Did the attorney tell you why he was withholding information from you? I would go back to him and ask that he explain the reason you are being left in the dark. Did he say your mother had a trust? One reason you would not get a copy of that trust is that you are not included in it. If you think foul play is going on, you can always challenge the trust in court. This is not a cheap process so it depends on how much money is at stake to decide if it is worth it or not. Your mother may not have had a trust, but may have had a will. Did you ask about that? A will has to go through probate with the courts and this would be a time for you to challenge the contents. If you were not left anything in the will, you can challenge that as well. Your mother may simply have neglected to include everyone. Your mother would have to have specifically disowned you in the will in order for you to be entitled to nothing. Check with the courts regarding when probate will take place. They can help you get your two cents included in the hearing.
Answer: Certainly! This woman is nuts and would probably harm the child as well . there have been cases of (Mother and Child) out the window suicides! Yecch. The (Mother) belongs in a mental hospital or something like that at least for evaluation.