Your Questions About Title Ix

Sharon asks…

Title IX and hard sciences. What does it mean for hard sciences ? How will it be implemented ?

The classes are already gender neutral, there is nothing from keeping women entering that field. What will happen if not more women sign up ?
Jery, Library science and Education do not qualify as hard sciences.
Thats what they said 5 years ago, now they want title IX.

barry0912 answers:

Probably by kicking out most of the men so the number of men matches is equal to the few women that decided those fields.

William asks…

Does anyone know about any supreme court cases about Title IX?

any cases that somehow had to do with Title IX, women discrimination in sports, etc . links or answers would be very helpful…thanks!!!

barry0912 answers:

Title IX has been tremendously good for women’s college sports but a disaster for men’s college sports. Hundreds of wresting, tennis, swimming, and other men’s teams have been cut thanks to Title IX.

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Your Questions About Title Vii

Michael asks…

Compare and contrast disparate-treatment discrimination and disparate-impact discrimination, and Title VII�s r?

Compare and contrast disparate-treatment discrimination and disparate-impact discrimination, and Title VIIs response to each in the context of employment.

barry0912 answers:

Go to the official site

Donna asks…

Can An Employer Use Binding Arbitration Over EEOC Title VII Complaints?

Based on employer arbitration agreements, It is at least implied that an employee has no right to file a valid Title IV complaint with the EEOC.
I have seen two cases that have gone both was so there really is no president that I know of.
Has the Supreme Court or Congress made a decision on this?
This is the most recent story I could find on this issue. (4 yrs. old)
http://writ.news.findlaw.com/amar/20030221.html

barry0912 answers:

EEOC does not recognize prior arbitration agreements, so it makes no difference what an employer may or may not have implied. If you have an EEOC complaint, file it. You are protected by federal law from retribution when you file, by the way.

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Your Questions About Title Insurance

Thomas asks…

Regarding title insurance, what is a site inspection? How much does it typically cost?

Regarding title insurance, what is a site inspection? How much does it typically cost?

barry0912 answers:

You are referring to a survey for mortgage purposes. In many states a survey is not needed for refinancing if you can provide one completed within the last several years and there have been no changes. I don’t know what state you live in but this would apply to most east coast states. I am a title insurance agent in 28 states so this answer is not just a guess. If you are purchasing property then a survey will likely be required, especially if you live in a rural area. If you want to do a bit more research on your own, ask your title agent which underwriter they write for and call the underwriter directly to ask if this mortgage survey is needed.

John asks…

Why do we need title insurance when the constitution has the Contract Clause?

If you’ve bought a house, you are aware of being offered title insurance to protect your interest in the property should someone at a later date file a lien, dispute right-of-ways, easements, mineral rights, etc. I don’t see how title insurance has a place. Retroactive claims are invalid after a sales contract has been agreed to by the seller and buyer. The Supreme court upheld this stating that Article I, Section 10, Clause I (the Contract Clause) of the Constitution states a contract of sale cannot be invalidated, even if illegally secured. Looking at the Yazoo land scandal and the U.S. Supreme Court case Fletcher v. Peck (which resulted in the rulling that the sales were binding contracts and could not be retroactively invalidated); how is title insurance is even needed? Granted, there may be small issues where the retroactive transfer of real property don’t come into play but how big of an issue can this be? Are buyers not protected by the contract clause and precedence?

barry0912 answers:

Look at it this way,

Better to be safe, than sorry.

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