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2005 Winning Memorial for the Petitioner Hamline University School of Law

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New Atria is a vast developing country on the eastern coast of Africa, and is a former colony of the Republic of Belor, a prosperous nation situated in the Americas. The first action challenged the the Defense of Freedom Act to the congregation members and the closure of the Temple under the provisions of Belor's Constitution governing the right to privacy, the right to property, the right to religious belief and observance and the rights to freedom of assembly and association. The second action challenged the arrest and deportation of Laura Gray and Robert Suarez pursuant to their constitutional rights to liberty and security of the person and the right to due process of law as well as their right to seek and receive asylum under the UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.

Keywords: blanco; Freedom Act; Laura Gray; New Atria; republic of belor; Robert Suarez; Status of Refugees.; UN Convention



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