abeyance


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in abeyance

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the condition of being temporarily inactive

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"For a systematic approach on the proceedings of the present case and to give courtesy to the Office of the Ombudsman, it may be more prudent to, in the meantime, defer the determination of probable cause and to hold in abeyance all other Court proceedings," the motion read.
'It appears that those who abrogated or hold the Constitution in abeyance and are fugitive from justice are at a premium in Pakistan,' he added.
The petition had been filed by Pakistan Zindabad Party chief Advocate Aftab Virk, who, sought registration of the case under Article 6 of the Constitution which states, "Any person who abrogates or subverts or suspends or holds in abeyance, or attempts or conspires to abrogate or subvert or hold in abeyance, the Constitution by use of force or show of force or by any other unconstitutional means shall be guilty of high treason."
The 'job of protecting the people's health cannot be held in abeyance by elections,' former President Benigno Aquino III said on Thursday as he denied the allegations that he and some of his cabinet members violated the Commission on Election (Comelec) ban on disbursement when they implemented the anti-dengue vaccine program at the height of the 2016 election campaign
Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich has sent a letter to county authorities calling for a abeyance on land annexations to curb development in Porter Ranch and Chatsworth, comprising a proposed residential venture.
In Musharraf\'s treason trial case, the special court did not allow Musharraf\'s lawyers to file record of those who had aided and abetted in putting the Constitution in abeyance and imposing emergency in the country.
The new law will be held in abeyance up to June 30, 2013.
This comes a day after the equity market regulator had issued an order keeping in abeyance the ban on sale of ULIPs by 14 private companies following a peace deal brokered by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee between Sebi and the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India ( IRDA).
Its application was not only conducive to domestic and social order; it also instilled in our callow minds that the universal law of consequences was as irrevocable as gravity, and later, at its abeyance, it signalled our shedding of childhood and left us no incentive to prolong that state into middle age, such as seems to be the custom nowadays.
But Dalmiya said: "Either Denness should be changed and, if this is not possible, at least decisions made by him should be kept in abeyance."
In order to embody--as opposed to merely illustrate--the subjects it seeks to address, The Sun must strike an elusive chord: It must generate the experience of being at once powerfully drawn in and permanently held in abeyance, which is the condition of trauma.
The club, for physically disabled and able-bodied people, was resurrected in May, after several years in abeyance.
A decision to defer action on the Treasury's proposals does not mean that action to staunch abusive tax shelter activities must be held in abeyance....
"The owner settles at 45 percent and the only affirmative statement that the ratio is 35 percent is coming from the state, and that ratio is litigated by the city, and held in abeyance, so you are left with the city's statement it's 45 percent," explained William K.
Following this, Nawaz and his daughter had held the plan to return to Pakistan in abeyance. When Avenfield reference verdict was reserved, the former premier had requested to delay the ruling as he wanted it to be announced in his presence.