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unincorporated

Not incorporated. Specifically -

1. A organization that has not been formed into a legal corporation.

2. Not combined or mixed with something else. Thus, in constitutional law, an unincorporated amendment of the U.S. Constitution...

unincorporated business organization (UBO)

An unincorporated business organization (UBO) is a business arrangement used in lieu of a company or partnership. The investor acts as the settlor of the trust and gives the management rights to the trustee, who holds title to the property...

uninsured motorist clause

Uninsured motorist clause is part of some car insurance policies which provides coverage for bodily injuries of the driver and their passengers if (1) the other driver did not have car insurance and (2) the other driver was at fault. Not...

union security agreement

A union security agreement is an agreement between a labor union and an employer that the employer will require all employees to undertake a specified level of support for the union as a condition of employment.

This level...

union shop

A union shop is a place of employment where employees are required, as a condition of their continued employment, to have membership in a labor union. See: National Labor Relations Act, §§ 8, 14(b), as amended, 29 U.S.C.A. §§ 158, 164(b)....

unissued stock

Unissued stock is the stock that has been authorized for use in the company’s charter but that the company has not sold (issued) either to the shareholders or other investors in the market.

Unissued stock does not accumulate...

United Nations

The United Nations (UN) is one of the main international organizations and actors in international law. The UN was founded in June 26, 1945 following WWII with the express purpose of guarding peace and preventing war. The principal constitutive...

United Nations Charter

The United Nations Charter (UN Charter, or Charter) is a core constituent document of the United Nations, and the United Nations System. Legally, the UN Charter is an multilateral international treaty, with 192 member states. In addition to creating...

United Nations General Assembly

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is one of the five principal organs of the United Nations. It is composed of representatives of all 192 members of the UN. The UNGA has as its functions the following:

Consider and make recommendations...

United Nations Security Council

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC, or UN Security Council) is one of the five primary organs of the United Nations, responsible for maintaining international peace and security. The UNSC resolutions are binding on all member states. The UNSC...

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