Citing Buddha's discourse on the asymmetry of power among not only humans but between humans and animals, he argues for a more demanding and expanding mutuality of obligation that would go beyond the limitations of a reciprocity-based self-interested cooperation.
What does MOO stand for?
MOO stands for Mutuality of Obligation (legal concept)
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We have 43 other meanings of MOO in our Acronym Attic
- Matter of Opinion
- Measure Of Outcome
- Memorandum Opinion and Order (FCC)
- Mode of Operation
- Mothers Opposed to the Occult
- MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) Over OTN (Optical Transport Network)
- MUD Object Oriented
- Multi-Objective Optimization (engineering)
- Multiuser Object-Oriented
- Mutual of Omaha (insurance company)
- My Opinion Only
- Master of Orion 2: Battle At Antares (computer game)
- Master of Orion 3 (computer game)
- Manchester Oriental Organisations Alliance (UK)
- Made Out of Babies (band)
- Minding Our Own Business (local business sustainability conference; Massachusetts)
- Massive Open Online Course (online education)
- Materials Object-Oriented Database
- Measure of Outcome in Ocular Disease (ophthalmology)
- Metrics for Object-Oriented Design
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But New Delhi would be mistaken if it thought that there was an identity of interests and mutuality of obligations between us right now.
AIf an employment tribunal had to consider a dispute about a person's employment status, it would take into the following factors: * The method of pay * What was the purpose and intention of the parties * Did or does the person only do work for that organisation * Was there fixed hours and regular work provided * Was the person integrated into the organisation * Was there any financial risk involved * Was there mutuality of obligation -this perhaps the most important factor Q What does 'mutuality of obligation' mean?
Although Tyson wanted the case heard in arbitration rather than in open court, the Supreme Court said "an arbitration agreement in contracts they executed with appellees, who are hog farmers, lacks mutuality of obligation and, thus, is unenforceable.
The tribunal considered that mutuality of obligation was lacking between Franks and either company, so it decided that he was employed by neither.
This meant employers, and those who engaged subcontractors, had to demonstrate there was no mutuality of obligation.