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make amends for

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The consultation closing date for responses is November 25 and the redress scheme Bill is expected to be introduced next spring.
The police complaints cells would not only redress their grievances, but they would also inform them about progress of their cases/complaints.
However, after being contacted by the council, the company signed up to a redress scheme.
This article canvasses the possibility of redress facilitation orders designed to facilitate compensation for loss caused by cartel and other unlawful conduct and at the same time to enhance deterrence.
In case, the listed company or registered intermediary fails to redress the complaint to the investor's satisfaction, the investor may file a complaint in SCORES.
That is at odds with the royal commission's view that there was "no need for any citizenship, residency or other requirements, whether at the time of the abuse or at the time of the application for redress".
"This is the primary function of the Property Redress Scheme; raising standards in this industry by ensuring so-called 'rogue' agents are unable to operate in the industry.
Survivors of abuse are to take their campaign for a suitable redress scheme to the doors of the Assembly on Monday.
Stephen Rees, for Residential Redress Ltd and its director, said there was no fraud involved and that what had gone on amounted to "over zealous selling".
The Government launched a new commission of investigation into mother and baby homes earlier this year - more than 15 years after the first was established to seek redress for mostly Catholic survivors.
The editors have organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in eight sections over two parts devoted to the need for collective redress in Europe and the means for collective redress in Europe.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) briefed over 50 Tajikistan project staff, government officials and civil society representatives last week on social safeguard compliance in ADB-financed projects, focusing on the grievance redress mechanism, the Bank said in a release today.
December 9, 2014 A[degrees]A[degrees] -- REDRESS, and many other individuals and organisations around the world, are extremely concerned by the continuing secret detention of Dr.
ONSUMER pressing for CONSUMER campaigners are pressing for a redress scheme for people who were mis-sold cover for bank and credit cards to be reopened after just one in three of those who were eligible for compensation came forward.