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2005: Blanco et al. v. Republic of Belor Bench Memorandum

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Section 13 of the Act states that nationals of New Atria residing within Belor or seeking to enter Belor are required to provide the Republic of Belor a record of fingerprint and photographic identification. section 17 , the Department of Security and Immigration may apply for an immediate order to arrest and deport any person with a visa or other entry document if such person violates the terms of the document and if there exists reasonable grounds to believe such a person is associated with certain terrorist organizations, including the Scorpions. Finally, section 32 allows application to the General Court of Belor for an order to monitor the financial transactions or freeze financial assets of any individual or entity associated with a terrorist organization upon a showing of reasonable suspicion.

Keywords: Court of Belor; freeze financial; Hamline University; New Atria; Petitioner; school of law; Security; Winning Memorial

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