Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (1999)-USA

This [Act] applies to any electronic record or electronic signature created, generated, sent, communicated, received, or stored on or after the effective date of this Act- “Transaction” means an action or set of actions occurring between two or more persons relating to the conduct of business, commercial, or governmental affairs.

Statement on Biotechnology Before the Senate Committee by James H. Maryanski-7/10/1999

Many of the foods that are already common in our diet are obtained from plant varieties that were developed using conventional genetic techniques of breeding and selection. Hybrid corn, nectarines (which are genetically altered peaches), and tangelos (which are a genetic hybrid of a tangerine and grapefruit) are all examples of such breeding and selection. Food products produced through modern methods of biotechnology such as recombinant DNA techniques and cell fusion are emerging from research and development into the marketplace.

Geneva Act 1999

The Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs Geneva Act of July 2, 1999 INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS Article 1: Abbreviated Expressions Article 2: Applicability of Other Protection Accorded by Laws of Contracting Parties and by Certain International Treaties CHAPTER…

President Clinton transmitted National Security Strategy Report to Congress-4/1/2000

America has done much over the past seven years to build a better world: aiding the remarkable transitions to free-market democracy in Eastern Europe; adapting and enlarging NATO to strengthen Europe's security; stopping ethnic wars in Bosnia and Kosovo; working with Russia to deactivate thousands of nuclear weapons from the former Soviet Union; ratifying START II and the Chemical Weapons Convention;


This Law is enacted for the purpose of protecting the legitimate rights and interests of the parties to contracts, maintaining the socio-economic order and promoting the socialist modernization- For the purpose of this Law, a contract means an agreement on the establishment, alteration or termination of a civil right-obligation relationship between natural persons, legal persons or other organizations as subjects with equal status.