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Furthermore, the EDs define a contract as an "agreement between two or more parties that creates enforceable rights and obligations" [emphasis added].
This amendment will guarantee that victims have not just a voice in the criminal justice system, but enforceable rights.
If a defendant has no real property or does not docket the judgment in the county where the property is located, then that plaintiff need not take the steps to extend the lien, inasmuch as the judgment shall be valid and enforceable for twenty years from the date that it is docketed in court.
The way this works is: 30 mph plus 10% plus 2mph = 35mph enforceable speed; 40 mph plus 10% plus 2mph = 46mph; 50 mph plus 10% plus 2mph = 57mph; 60 mph plus 10% plus 2mph = 68mph; 70 mph plus 10% plus 2mph = 79mph enforceable speed.
Enforceable undertakings were also accepted from media agency New Dialogue and content supplier Big Mobile in relation to the spam campaign, News.
According to the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), the enforceable undertaking followed an on-site assessment of the bank's compliance with Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
In accordance with the Enforceable Undertaking entered into by GFS Investments, compensation has been paid to customers who were adversely affected by the conduct which was the subject of the investigation.
Dubai: The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) on Tuesday said it had accepted an enforceable undertaking given by Roberto Da Silva, the former compliance reporting officer of GFS Investments (Middle East).
It will also create serious difficulties later, of course, when we consider the extension of Samaritan rights as rights to Samaritan rights as enforceable rights.
California in 2004 set 6parts per billion as a goal for how much perchlorate should be tolerated in drinking water, although the state is still formulating an enforceable standard.
They believed the OFT's supermarket code of practice was not enforceable for that reason.
It was not until December 24, 1969, after being ratified by President Richard Nixon upon the advice and consent of the Senate, that the Vienna Convention became enforceable in the United States.
The final regulations provide that a disregarded entity's net value equals the fair market value (FMV) of all its assets that may be subject to creditors' claims under local law, including enforceable rights to contributions from its owner, but excluding its interest in the partnership for which the net value is being determined (if any) and the FMV of property pledged to secure a partnership liability (already taken into account under Regs.
I would urge that punters do not waste their time and money following this advice at present as fixed-odds bets are not currently legally enforceable and the punters would be certain to be unsuccessful.
Would flood exclusions, long deemed valid and enforceable in Gulf Coast states, continue to be upheld?
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