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A NEW STATE LAW MANDATES THAT ALL EMPLOYERS MUST PORHIBIT SMOKING ON PRESMISES. THE LAW FURTHER PROVIDES THAT ANY EMPLOYER WHO ALLOWS EITHER AN EMPLOYER OR A CLIENT/CUSTOMER TO SMOKE BE SUBJECT TO A COURT ORDER REQUIRING THE EMPLOYER TO ENFORCE THE LAW. QUESTION: DESCRIBE THIS STATUTE IN TERMS OF ALL POSSIBLE CLASSIFICATION METHODS.

PLEASE HELP REALLY STUCK ON THIS ONE.
THANKS

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    Check this site for brief descriptions of the various legal classifications. Then you can decide which classifications fit this statute.

    http://www.quickmba.com/law/sys/

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    Two things:

    1. Release that Caps Lock key; typing in all capital letters is considered rude; it's as if you're SHOUTING AT EVERYONE.

    2. Be more specific in your question(s). You said here that you need more help. That's not specific. What help?
    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1202280315

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    Sorry for all caps was not yelling.
    Need help to a question Business Law 1.
    Assignment: A new state law mandates that all employers must prohibit smoking on premises. The law further provides that any empolyer who allows either an employer or a client/customer to smoke be subject to a court order requiring the empolyer to enforce the law. Question I need to answer: Describe this statute in terms of all possbible classification methods.

    Thanks for your help

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    Dee -- You've received three or four websites that we think may help you -- and advice from three volunteer Jiskha teachers. Now it's your turn. Which classifications do you think apply to this statute?

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    Still searching, thank you for your help
    sorry for all the post

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    I see that this was posted over 4 years ago. But it's too bad no one was able to actually do anything helpful on this post, as I have the same question on an assignment.

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