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The word “may” in legals terms. http://dictionary.law.com/Default.aspx?selected=1229 may v. a choice to act …

Comment on Time to Ditch the Geek Show by Homunculus.

The word “may” in legals terms.

http://dictionary.law.com/Default.aspx?selected=1229

may
v. a choice to act or not, or a promise of a possibility, as distinguished from “shall,” which makes it imperative. 2) in statutes, and sometimes in contracts, the word “may” must be read in context to determine if it means an act is optional or mandatory, for it may be an imperative. The same careful analysis must be made of the word “shall.” Non-lawyers tend to see the word “may” and think they have a choice or are excused from complying with some statutory provision or regulation.

It seems to me that the context would make it ludicrous for the Court not to take action. That would render at least that part of the code pointless. 

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SMUGAS
OCTOBER 29, 2017 at 19:13  
Perhaps that’s why they ‘miss’ a strong Scottish Football as opposed to a strong Rangers.  The theory being we should all pay for it, just like last time!
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I take it by “we” you mean every taxpayer in the UK and not just Scottish football supporters.


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ZEROTOLERANCE1903
OCTOBER 29, 2017 at 12:56
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Thanks, that makes much more sense to me than the media notion that if Rangers come calling any club will just stand aside and any manager will just jump at the chance.

Particularly as you point out after the way the last few managers have been dealt with, the state of the club and the question of what resources they would be available.

Re any compensation in installments, it is questionable whether Rangers (either one) should be taking on further debts of this size the way things are just now. 


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Surely there wouldn’t be any deal other than

“If someone wants to employ our manager, who has recently signed a new contract then they will have to pay us £1m (or whatever) to break that contract. Then he is free to do what he wants”

Given that Aberdeen were second in the league and in both cups last year, they cannot in a hurry to get rid of him.

Or are they, maybe an Aberdeen fan could enlighten us.


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