346 Private law

Vocabulary Of Attribution and Governance

"VOAG stands for 'Vocabulary Of Attribution and Governance'. The ontology is intended to specify licensing, attribution, provenance and governance of an ontology. VOAG captures many common license types and their restrictions. Where a license requires attribution, VOAG provides resources that allow the attribution should be made. Provenance is defined in terms of source and pedigree. A miminal model of governance is provided based on how issues, releases and changes are managed.

Diccionari de dret civil

"Aquest diccionari conté 1.160 termes corresponents a les cinc grans àrees clàssiques del dret civil: dret civil general, dret civil d’obligacions i contractes, drets reals, dret de família i dret de successions. Cada article conté les denominacions en català, equivalents en castellà, definicions i, sovint, notes explicatives. No és un diccionari de dret civil català, sinó que inclou, a més del dret civil català, tots els conceptes del dret civil aplicable a Catalunya.

"This dictionary contains 1160 words corresponding to the five major traditional areas of civil law: general civil law, civil law of obligations and contracts, real rights, family law and inheritance law. Each article contains the names in Catalan equivalents Spanish definitions and often explanatory notes. There is a dictionary of Catalan civil law, but also includes the Catalan civil law, the concepts of civil law applicable to Catalonia. it is the online version of the dictionary civil, prepared by TERMCAT and the Justice Department of the Generalitat of Catalonia, published in 2005.

Legally Registered Relationship Status – Standard Classification

"Legally registered relationship status is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. The standard classification of legally registered relationship status is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Excluding residual categories, level 1 has three categories, level 2 has eight categories, level 3 has 16 categories, and level 4 has 24 categories."

"Legally registered relationship status is a key variable for determining the demographic characteristics of a population. The standard classification of legally registered relationship status is a hierarchical classification of four levels. Excluding residual categories, level 1 has three categories, level 2 has eight categories, level 3 has 16 categories, and level 4 has 24 categories."

New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations

"The New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations (NZSCNPO) has been developed to assist in the study of the non–profit sector in the New Zealand context. Designed to meet the requirements of the satellite account for non–profit institutions (NPISA), the classification may be applied by various organisations throughout New Zealand to encourage standardisation and data comparability. The classification is based on the International Classification of Non Profit Organisations (ICNPO) to ensure international comparability of data on non–profit organisations.

"The New Zealand Standard Classification of Non–Profit Organisations (NZSCNPO) has been developed to assist in the study of the non–profit sector in the New Zealand context. Designed to meet the requirements of the satellite account for non–profit institutions (NPISA), the classification may be applied by various organisations throughout New Zealand to encourage standardisation and data comparability. The classification is based on the International Classification of Non Profit Organisations (ICNPO) to ensure international comparability of data on non–profit organisations.

The International Classification of Non-profit Organizations

"Non-profit institutions in the satellite account are classified by primary area of activity according to the International Classification of Non-profit Organizations (ICNPO). It is the classification system recommended in the United Nations (UN) Handbook on Non-profit Institutions in the System of National Accounts. The ICNPO system groups organizations into 12 major activity groups, including a catch-all 'not elsewhere classified' category. These 12 major activity groups are further divided into 24 subgroups. Satellite account estimates are published at the major group level."

National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities

"The National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) system is used by the IRS and NCCS to classify nonprofit organizations. It is also used by the Foundation Center to classify both grants and grant recipients (typically nonprofits or governments). NCCS and the IRS use the NTEE-CC system, described below, while the Foundation Center uses a slightly different version with more codes, as well as 'population/beneficiary' codes to indicate the type of population served and 'auspice' codes to indicate religious or governmental affiliation.

International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks

"The Vienna Classification constitutes a hierarchical system that proceeds from the general to the particular, classifying the figurative elements of marks into categories, divisions and sections, on the basis of their shape. This publication contains the seventh edition of the Classification, which comprises a total of: 29 categories, 145 divisions, 806 main sections, and 903 auxiliary sections.
The examples of figurative elements relating to certain divisions, are included for information purposes only, and are therefore not an integral part of the Classification."

Classification of the Purposes of Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households

"In principle, COPNI classifies individual outlays of NPISHs according to the purpose they serve. In most countries, however, there is little information about the activities of NPISHs and so, for practical reasons, the NPISHs themselves will usually constitute the units of classification. Many, perhaps most, NPISHs have a single purpose and can be unambiguously allocated to one of the purposes listed in the classification.