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at the scene of action

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In addition to on-the-spot card delivery, the solution enables small batch production at branches to accommodate changes in demand for EMV cards, especially in markets where we do not have a central issuance system," said Khalid Al Qassem, Deputy General Manager for CAB.
E-inspections ensure on-the-spot notification of violations so that prompt action is taken against any irregularities," said Dr Ramadan Ibrahim, Director of the DHA Health Regulation Department.
For drinking under the influence of alcohol, the police will issue on-the-spot fines and/or penalty points to anyone whose breath test registers up to 70 micrograms per 100 ml.
Chidambaram, who visited the cyclone-hit areas earlier this week, assured all assistance to those affected by the cyclone "Thane" and said that a high-level central team would visit Puducherry and Tamil Nadu soon to make an on-the-spot assessment of the damage caused by the cyclone.
The motion - 'That Central Council explore as a matter of urgency, the use of on-the-spot video evidence, where available, for senior inter-county Championship games in 2012, in order to assist the referee to clarify difficult decisions where he deems it necessary' - will go to Congress next April if, as expected, it is passed at Sunday's convention in Carrick-on-Shannon.
Usually foreign travelers apply for tax refunds with customs officials at the exit ports within 30 days after purchase, but starting July 1 foreign shoppers can be refunded up to NT$1,000 (US$34) in tax at authorized stores on-the-spot.
Currently, Merseyrail's enforcement officers can only issue on-the-spot fines for fare-dodging.
Maybe while the police are dealing with the inconsiderate cyclists they could also issue on-the-spot fines to the inconsiderate motorists who insist on parking on double yellow lines and across corners, while at the same time blocking the drop kerb.
Minister McDowell introduced the plans in his 2006 Criminal Justice Act, but on-the-spot fines have never been introduced.
A judge who criticised on-the-spot fines as a "namby-pamby, politically correct approach"
HOAXERS who have been setting off panic alarms in a subway in a Midland town have been handed pounds 80 on-the-spot fines.
Retailers who persistently sell alcohol to youngsters face being shut down under new on-the-spot measures.
The new measures under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 now allow officers to issue pounds 80 on-the-spot fines to people caught littering or dog fouling as opposed to pounds 50.
Because these changes typically occur within minutes, the microlenses may someday be used for on-the-spot diagnoses of infections or other conditions currently detected by time-consuming lab tests.
These on-the-spot fines can be contested in court and proper evidence be given if the person believes they are not guilty.