pecuniary resource


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if he or any of his dependents or benamidar owns, possesses, or has [acquired] right or title in any [assets or holds irrevocable power of attorney in respect of any assets] or pecuniary resources disproportionate to his known sources of income, which he cannot [reasonably] account for [or maintains a standard of living beyond that which is commensurate with his sources of income.] On the other hand, Maryam has been sentenced to seven-year to prison for abetment.
In his arguments, he said, superior court has held that burden of proof doesn't shift on accused when prosecution doesn't fulfill all four criteria - (a) the accused was holder of public office, (b) nature and extent of pecuniary resources or property which were found in his possession, (c) what were his known sources of income i.e known to prosecution after thorough investigation and (d) such resources or property found in possession of accused were disproportionate to his known sources of income - to prove its case.
He said that the apex court made it mandatory for the prosecution to prove that the accused was holding public office when the alleged property was purchased; that his pecuniary resources were not commensurate with the assets in his possession; the amount of declared wealth of the accused person when the assets were acquired; and finally, the prosecution must prove objectively that the assets were not proportionate to the financial means.
'Acquiring assets or pecuniary resources disproportionate to the known sources of income is an offence under Section 9(v) of the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance, 1999, and under Section 22, the Chairman, National Accountability Bureau has the jurisdiction to inquire into and investigate any person, who appears to him on reasonable grounds to be involved in an offence under National Accountability Bureau Ordinance, 1999'.
We must connect the energies of the private sector to the SDGs agenda, by leveraging the private sector's knowledge, its best practices, its smart delivery mechanisms, the abundance of innovation that sits within the sector, and, of course, its pecuniary resources.
As investors, we do not only help with the pecuniary resources, but also marketing, human resources and so on.
ADMISSION OF EVIDENCE IN TRIAL In a stage of trial, the fact that an accused person is in possession for which he or she cannot satisfactorily account of pecuniary resources or property disproportionate to his or her known sources of income, or that he or she had, at or about the time of the alleged offence should be considered by the court as evidence of pecuniary sources or property.
He further drew attention to the fact that all these developments in former conflict areas, were taking place with a large investment of pecuniary resources on a scale not seen in development for over thirty years.
The Commissioner will take into account all movable and immovable properties and pecuniary resources, disproportionate to the known sources of the income of the incumbent, in his possession, or/and in the possession of his dependents or benamidars.
Considering the limits of IHS's human and pecuniary resources, however, the question arises as to whether or not the agency can assume such a broad responsibility in the health of Indians.
The documents further revealed that Agha Siraj Durrani, in his aforesaid capacities committed an offence of corruption and corrupt practices as defined in section 9(a)(v) of NAO 1999 that 'he possesses or his dependents or benamidars has acquired right or title to assets or holds irrevocable power of attorney in respect of assets or pecuniary resources disproportionate to his known sources of income, which he cannot reasonably account for or maintains a standard of living beyond that which is commensurate with his sources of income.
if he or any of his dependents or benamidar owns, possesses, or has [acquired] right or title in any ['assets or holds irrevocable power of attorney in respect of any assets] or pecuniary resources disproportionate to his known sources of income, which he cannot [reasonably] account for [or maintains a standard of living beyond that which is commensurate with his sources of income.]'
In his arguments, Haris, while referring to a 2007 judgment of the Sindh High Court, elaborated that in cases under Section 9(a)(v) of the NAB Ordinance, 1999, the prosecution is required to prove four ingredients a) the accused was holder of public office, b) nature and extent of pecuniary resources or property which were found in his possession, c) what were his known sources of income, i.e., known to prosecution after thorough investigation and d) such resources or property found in possession of accused were disproportionate to his known sources of income to prove its case.
But after that, the Kremlin, as the embodiment of Soviet power, had to funnel a lot of pecuniary resources into the Baltic countries, adapting them to the new economic realities.
Further, '[...] that he possesses or his dependents or benamidars have acquired the right or title to assets or holds irrevocable power of attorney in respect of assets or pecuniary resources disproportionable to his known sources of income, which he cannot reasonably account for or maintains a standard of living beyond that, which is commensurate with his sources of income.'