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DUTIES - CITIZENS -

Every citizen of California owes the state allegiance[1] and subject to the California’s jurisdiction while in the state.[2] Duties of citizens may arise by virtue of the rights of third parties.[3]   [1] Cal. Gov. Code § 271 (West). [2] Cal. Gov. Code § 270 (West). [3] E.g. Cal. Const. art. I, § 16 (West); […]

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DUTIES - THIRD PARTIES -

A United States citizen who is not a citizen of California, has the same duties as citizens of California while in the State.[1]   [1] Cal. Gov. Code. § 273 (West); Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202, 215 (1982) (“That a person’s initial entry into a State, or into the United States, was unlawful, and that […]

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DUTIES - CITIZENS -

Citizens of Dubai have several duties[1] as members of the UAE including, but not limited to: (1) cooperation and respect for other citizens;[2] (2) supporting religion, economics, and patriotism through family;[3] (3) attending primary education;[4] (4) protecting public property as provided by law;[5] (5) refraining from discrimination;[6] (6) paying taxes;[7] (7) defense of the Union;[8] […]

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DUTIES - THIRD PARTIES -

Individuals within the UAE have a duty to respect the Constitution and laws of the UAE regardless of their citizenship.[1] Additionally, all foreign parties in Dubai will be subject to all of the duties imposed by treatise and agreements to which the United Arab Emirates is a party.[2]   [1] United Arab Emirates Const. art. […]

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