So when it came time to propose to Calvin, I found myself confused about whether I should present him with an engagement ring. I was surprised to learn that some straight couples are beginning to exchange engagement rings.In fact, some enterprising retailers are trying to get the term "Mangagement Ring" into popular use (I don't see that happening).
For time is a means of dissipating obligations and actions, because time runs against the slothful and careless of their own rights.
The laws relieve the vigilant and not those who sleep on their rights.
Gay Geeks is a forum for (duh) gay geeks of all types to hang out, chat, debate, rant, occasionally flirt shamelessly, and just generally chill. We're in a crazy alpha period right now, where I randomly add new features and break old ones all the time, while getting feedback from you guys. If you register as a user you can get access to our forums, where you talk about anything, as well as exchange private messages with other users, and set up a profile with a gallery.
You don't have to be a computer geek, and you don't have to "prove" how geeky you are. Luckily, new people turn up every day by just typing in the URL, assuming a site like this must exist.
Here's how it works: after each round of games and trivia, the host will rotate the groups until all the singles have met.
It's like speed dating, but way more fun and relaxed.
In general, when a party has been guilty of laches in enforcing his right by great delay and lapse of time, this circumstance will at common law prejudice, and sometimes operate in bar of a remedy which it is discretionary and not compulsory in the court to afford.
Phrases used to describe laches include "delay that works to the disadvantage of another," "inexcusable delay coupled with prejudice to the party raising the defense," "failure to assert rights," "lack of diligence," and "neglect or omission to assert a right."n.
Real estate boundary disputes are resolved in equity and may involve laches.
For instance, if a person starts to build a garage that extends beyond the boundary line and into a neighbor's property, and the neighbor immediately files a suit in equity and asks the court to issue an injunction to stop the construction, the neighbor will likely prevail.