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Synonyms for remittal

a payment of money sent to a person in another place

an abatement in intensity or degree (as in the manifestations of a disease)

the act of absolving or remitting

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98) On remittal, the First Department squarely focused on the double jeopardy question and concluded that there was no constitutional, statutory, or collateral estoppel bar to Suarez's retrial for intentional manslaughter.
Cases involving remittal of assets from England to a foreign office-holder include 'In re Bank of Credit and Commerce International SA (No 10) [1997] Ch 213 (Luxembourg liquidation of Luxembourg company); and In re HIH Casualty and General Insurance Ltd.
This gives an artificially high sense of success rates for forced marriage claims in the United States because positive court decisions do not result in a grant of asylum but rather to a remittal of the case back to the BIA, which may then again refuse asylum.
According to an electronic newsletter issued by CIWMB, which offers updates on the implementation the state's Electronic Waste and Recycling Act of 2003, in light of difficulties in establishing an efficient Electronic Waste Recycling Fee collection and remittal system, the legislature passed AB 901 as an urgent measure.
33) Although Opinion 97-33 holds that the judge, as landlord, is disqualified under Canon 5D, the opinion also allows a judge in such a situation to utilize the remittal of disqualification procedure in Canon 3F: "A judge disqualified by the terms of section 3E may disclose on the record the basis of the judge's disqualification and may ask the parties and their lawyers to consider, out of the presence of the judge, whether to waive disqualification.
The court noted that on remittal in Wills, the Board concluded that the LPN was not an "outside-employee.
Having corrected the errors and considered the new evidence and submissions received during the remittal, the inquiry group of 5 independent panel members has unanimously confirmed that there is an AEC in the market for private healthcare services in central London and that HCAs prices are higher than would be expected in a well-functioning market.