forfeiture


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something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty

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a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something

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the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc

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Specifically, the director said he is going to appeal against the forfeiture of six flats of three bedrooms, another six flats of two bedrooms, and six flats of 1 bedroom, located at Adewale Osiyeku Street, Offin-Ile Igbogbo-Ikorodu, Lagos, which he claimed to have acquired before assuming office of the Director in the Ministry.
It added that the trial court erred when it held that a trial is still necessary to sufficiently establish a predicate crime in a forfeiture proceeding.
While in Washington, Senator King has repeatedly expressed concern over civil asset forfeiture policy.
Forfeiture by wrongdoing first began appearing in England as an understood and accepted exception to the rule against hearsay as early as 1666 in Lord Morley's Case.
A representative of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Jarrett Skorup, also provided insight on civil forfeiture in Michigan after the event.
There's bipartisan consensus in states all over the country that forfeiture has gone too far and needs to be constrained," said Illinois American Civil Liberties Union lawyer Ben Ruddell to the (https://www.
Substantial risks of forfeiture include risks of forfeiture conditioned on the future performance of substantial services.
The court ordered the forfeiture of the dirty assets despite the fact that the criminal case for violation of RA No.
No forfeiture should be carried into a subsequent plan year.
In addition, under the proposal, compliance with a covenant not to compete may be a substantial risk of forfeiture if: it is in writing; the employer makes reasonable ongoing efforts to verify compliance with non-competition agreements generally and has a substantial and bona fide interest in enforcing non-compete agreements; and the employee has such an interest in engaging in prohibited competition.
subject to forfeiture to the United States" if they are used
The conference also called to abandon definitively the decree-law on forfeiture of stolen assets, in 2011, while asserting the need to see to it to guarantee independence, integrity and specialisation of structures in charge of fight against corruption and civil forfeiture and consecrate the right to information.
Valdez and Agabin, in an interview with journalists covering the justice and courts beat, said that a forfeiture case should not have been filed before the Manila regional trial court (RTC) - at this time - against Vice President Jejomar Binay.
the lawsuit, the owner must file a claim opposing forfeiture and
Courts and legislatures profess to treat trust and will forfeiture clauses identically, but doing so has resulted in significant confusion because this approach ignores that the two donative vehicles, and the most common challenges to them, differ in fundamental ways.