how was the grandfather clause effective
what is a grandfather clause, and what was its purpose
the goal of the grandfather clause is not make things difficult for people that already have things in place. if you are building a new place, you are not applicable to the grandfather clause.
how did the grandfather clause effect blacks after the civil war
it can't be abolished. they tried to abolish it once, but it's been grandfathered in under the grandfather clause.
the grandfather clause was a clause that was instituted by several southern states in the united states of america during the reconstruction, making it virtually impossible for african americans to vote. the seven states that enacted the grandfather clause or some variation were louisiana, north carolina, alabama, georgia, maryland, oklahoma, and virginia.
i honestly have no idea
in southern states
your answer depends on the proposed insertion of the 'grandfather clause'. association counsel, or a local, common interest community attorney can answer your question specifically. there is no standard.
a "grandfather clause" is a term for something that is ammended (or changed) like the rules for your condo building. if your building accepted pets and later decided to change it to no pets - anyone who already lives there with pets would be protected by a grandfather clause. new tenants would be forbidden to have pets.
i'm about 97.3% sure it is chuck norris.
they cant vote
in the canada corporation act, 1970, in the by laws of a cooprative, can that cooperative establish a no smoking policy with a grandfather clause of one-year allowing a tenant to quit, and if they do not, they must move.
the single guy - 1995 grandfather clause 2-18 was released on: usa: 26 march 1997
yes, long ago, the was a law called the grandfather clause. they said if your grandfather was enslaved then you had to be too. that is asuming that your balck, because white men were the ones that enforced the laws. the gardnfather clause brought confusion for the black men who lied and said their grandfather was not a slave and the white men called it quits on that paticular clause.
allow uneducated white voters to avoid literacy tests
the point of using a grandfather clause was to allow literacy tests to be conducted for voting but not to deny the right to vote for those who's ancestors had the right to vote before the literacy tests were created.