Each customer will be redressed
depending on the type of policy (or policies) owned and the length of time it was held.
Meanwhile, the fundamental issue--that is, the continued failure of the Canadian government to abide by its own (as well as international) laws and negotiate in good faith to repair relations with the Haudenosaunee and settle their grievances which include reparations for stolen land, unpaid rents owing and expired, and misappropriation of funds--has been in no way redressed
Mr Collingwood-Cameron said: "Clearly it is time we redressed
Wright, (20) to have standing "[al plaintiff must allege personal injury fairly traceable to the defendant's allegedly unlawful conduct and likely to be redressed
by the requested relief.
Rather than assuming that decades of bigotry and malign discrimination--much of it at the behest of governments, a point Anderson barely mentions--should be redressed
by decades of pretense and benign discrimination, again at the behest of governments, Washington should have focused its attention on rooting out racist policies in federal employment, education, and contracting, while ensuring under the 14th Amendment that state and local governments did the same.
It is difficult to see how the horror of years of abuse, suffered by the young and vulnerable in State institutions, can be redressed
by this group.
An Irish system redressed
former resident's of industrial schools through a five-page form designed and administered by the survivors.
There are imbalances in our expansion that, unless redressed
, will bring this long run of strong growth and low inflation to a close.