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having important issues or results

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THE NEW RULES This section of the rules that previously prevented passengers from claiming for consequential losses has now been replaced.
Thus, the said Surveyor's contention of the afore-mentioned Loss/Damage being Consequential in nature, in my opinion, is not tenable because the sequence of the Occurrence had been continuous in effect and there had not been any break in the Chain of the Events and the Occurrence had been instaneous as well as simultaneous and without any break in sequence of the Chain of the Occurrences.
Next year the Apprenticeship Levy gives the Executive a Barnett Consequential of 76million.
The only reason to write about a life in showbusiness is to point out the absurdity of it all, because very little is consequential.
In a letter to First Minister Carwyn Jones, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson, he states: "I write to you today regarding to the continuing position of the UK Government, which opposes the devolved nations receiving consequential funding from the High Speed Rail (HS2) project.
I want to make sure that the constituents in the Seventh District will have a voice in what will be a very consequential lame-duck session," he added.
New Delhi, June 1 ( ANI ): Union Public Service Commission has granted two extra attempts for the candidates appearing for the Civil Services Examination and has also relaxed the consequential age from this year onwards.
First, companies may agree to restrict damages to direct damages only, eliminating liability for consequential and other losses.
The issue over consequential losses, as flagged up by Gordon as well, has become a sticking point and, frankly, (http://www.
They say as the PS32bn HS2 only includes English stations that Wales should be awarded a Barnett consequential - a payment made to devolved countries when the Government makes major spending commitments that only affect England.
Choosing whether to test via computer is the most difficult and consequential decision the designers of a testing program can make.
According to the Court of Appeal of Florida, the proper method of calculating damages for the wrongful filing of a lis pendens is the difference between fair market value at the time of filing of the lis pendens and fair market value at the time of termination, plus any consequential damages.
Consequential strangers; the power of people who don't seem to matter.
Bi-Economy then filed suit against Harleysville for breach of contract alleging that it had suffered consequential damages "arising from the complete demise of its business operation" and that the demise of the business "was a direct and foreseeable consequence of Harleysville's .
Dr Eurfyl ap Gwilym, Plaid Cymru economic adviser, said: "Increased public expenditure on the London underground should result in a consequential increase in theWelsh block grant under the rules of the Barnett funding formula.