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the final judgment in a legal proceeding

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"The Adjudication Authority under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA), after conducting the adjudication proceeding has held Zahoor Ahmed Shah Watali guilty for contraventions of provisions of FEMA and thereby imposed penalty to the extent of Rs 62 lakh in a case of operating Non-Resident Saving Accounts (both NRE and NRO accounts) in HSBC Bank at New Delhi in unauthorized manner," an official release of the ED said.
The Maji ya Chumvi land saga has seen Kinango MP Benjamin Tayari petition CS Karoney through Parliament to cancel an earlier adjudication process, saying it was shrouded in secrecy.
Appeal against the decision of Adjudication Authority can be lodged with the Federal Tribunal and after the decision of the Federal Tribunal such properties will be confiscated and sold out by the Federal Government.
THE introduction in the 1990s of adjudication as a quick and effective means of resolving disputes in construction contracts has had a transformative effect.
Addressing PAA full council meeting on February 18, he said the Radisele-Palapye Labour Based Technology road project was currently at the adjudication stage after which the tender to pursue the project would be recommended for award.
ICON plc has signed an agreement with AG Mednet to use Judi, an electronic endpoint adjudication system, to manage workflow and help to ensure data quality for enhanced endpoint event adjudication services.
figure By KENNEDY KIMANTHI Details of how adjudication sections in the Maasai Mau Forest were irregularly increased, leading to encroachment, can be now be revealed.The Ministry of Environment and Forestry, in a report, explains how tens of hectares of land were surrendered to individuals fraudulently.
Ricoy will serve three years deferred adjudication, complete 120 community service hours, and paid $10,000 in restitution to Texas Mutual.
The sources said it appeared the customs authorities at Gwadar had previously engaged the FBR top management for a clarification in a manner that could bury the matter, instead of adopting a legal course of adjudication.
On the other hand, the tax regulator asked the collectors to follow its clarifications in huge revenue loss cases and didn't instruct them to file these cases with FBR's adjudication courts.
A level three sex offender who repeatedly violated terms of his release after receiving a stay of adjudication cannot have his presumptive sentence executedunless he either is given jury trial or waives that right.<br />The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled June 11 that Joel Evan Greenough, 24, was never formally sentenced in Crow Wing County District Court when he accepted a 2012 plea deal that included a stay of adjudication in lieu of his presumptive 36-month prison sentence.<br />Crow Wing County Attorney Donald F.
545 and Galliford Try Building Limited v Estura Limited [2015] BLR 321 which established the principal that the failure to serve a payment notice or pay less notice amounted to deemed agreement of the value stated in the application, therefore preventing the paying party from launching a counter adjudication to establish the true value of the account.
However, in cases where the two parties do not reach a settlement, the case is elevated to adjudication, the trade official said.
The complaint is referred for administrative adjudication.