Meanwhile, the Allowance would not be admissible
to the employees during the tenure of their posting and deputation aboard and would be admissible
to the employees on their repatriation from posting and deputation abroad at the rate and amount which would have been admissible
to them had they not been posted abroad.
This, she said, automatically makes the evidence admissible
in the court of law as the subject in the video was attesting its credibility.
His son Sami Dabboussi told TAP on the phone, the complaint filed on March 15, 2019 by the defence lawyers' committee of the Dabboussi's family was deemed admissible
Domestic water would be metered and priced and supplies would be based on per capita requirement and number of residents, usage above admissible
supplies would be priced on higher rate.
"If not illegal in that country, then it may be passed on and considered admissible
in Philippine courts," he said.
Giving the Supreme Court judgment, Ms Justice Iseult O'Malley said an admission of guilt is always admissible
as an admission against interest in an estate.
The order for scrutiny can be passed on the basis of information, pre-determined criteria or otherwise, to determine whether the refund sanctioned to registered person was admissible
The court concludes that the threat evidence is admissible
evidence as intrinsic evidence or, at the very least, under Rule 404(b).
Evidence of a defendant's attempted suicide is admissible
as evidence of guilt, the state Supreme Court has ruled, but only under certain, very limited, circumstances.
According to the official notification, Salman Talibuddin Advocate was appointed as Advocate General Sindh on the terms and conditions as admissible
under the rules with immediate effect.
The amount of Adhoc Relief Allowance-2018 will be subject to Income Tax, will be admissible
during leave and entire period of LPR except during extra ordinary leave, will not be treated as part of emoluments for the purpose of calculation of Pension/ gratuity.
ISLAMABAD -- The lead counsel in the Avenfield apartments reference on Thursday produced a number of past judgments to back his argument that the report of the joint investigation team (JIT) could not be admissible
because a major chunk of it 'is technically hearsay and opinion of the investigators'.
New Delhi: In the age of digitisation and increasing reliance on computerised records in judicial proceedings, the Supreme Court has held that the requirement of a certificate to make an electronic evidence admissible
is not mandatory "wherever interest of justice so justifies".
Summary: "Smart contracts need to be developed to the point where they are admissible
in court and can be used in dispute resolution,"said Khalid Hamad.