Legal Question in Native American Law in New Mexico

Comparable position

Does comparable position mean comparable in wage also?

Asked on 6/24/03, 11:00 am

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Re: Comparable position

Depending upon the context, comparable means just that comparable.

The party urging the court to find comparability will argue that only basic requirements need be met; the opposing lawyer made a big deal about the color of the proposed comparables fingernail polish to defeat a finding of comparability,--if the stakes are high enough.

NOW, if you are dealing with a tribal court, I'd be surprised if that language was really critical, but then it's a matter of how the Elders determine things like that, which means you'll need someone with experience in the Nation involved to help you!

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Answered on 6/25/03, 10:55 am

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