Haas School of Business is a business school located at the University of California at Berkeley. A habendum clause is a section of a contract relating to the rights, interests, and other aspects of property transferred by one of the parties in land transactions. Hacktivism involves hacking into a computer system and making changes that affect a person or organization. Bargaining means to negotiate the price of a good or service until a mutually agreed price is determined.
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