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The Commission on Restitution of Land Rights is a statutory body established in terms of the Restitution of Land Rights Act, 1994 (Act No.
President Tajani's endorsement of a campaign to achieve justice for Holocaust survivors and their families over property came as he officially opened on April 26, 2017 an international conference, "Unfinished Justice: Restitution and Remembrance", which examined the current state of post-Holocaust restitution in Europe.
Restitution refers to court-ordered payments by offenders to their victims to cover any economic losses that were suffered as a result of a crime.
A self-initiated audit of the NCUA's Asset Management and Assistance Center said the AMAC's reconciliation efforts with the Department of Justice puts the NCUA at risk for not collecting restitution payments in full, according to an Office of Inspector General report released Feb.
As it is stated in Article 2 of the Law on Property Restitution and Compensation (the Law on Restitution of Confiscated Property and Compensation in the Official Gazette No.
Avec l'approche de l'echeance de la restitution du masque de Gorgone, cette piece archeologique retrouvee en Tunisie en 2011, une conference de presse relative a la demarche entreprise par l'Algerie aupres de la Tunisie a ete tenue, jeudi dernier, au Palais de la culture.
This provision provides that a person who is convicted of embezzling or damaging public property shall be sentenced to pay restitution plus a fine equivalent to the proceeds of their crimes.
1) Through this judgment, the Federal Court of Justice has opened the door for civil actions seeking restitution on the basis of injustices inflicted during the National-Socialist era.
WORCESTER -- A Holden man was placed on probation with a suspended jail sentence Monday, and ordered to make restitution, in an amount to be determined, for his role in defrauding the state's Medicaid program.
Victims of child pornography are now successfully seeking restitution from defendants convicted of watching and trading their images.
Criminal Law--First Circuit Upholds Restitution Order Without Requiring Evidence of Defendant's Causal Contribution to Victim's Losses--United States v.
13m in restitution to certain issuers in California.
8m in restitution to customers who bought the ETFs.
The IPC examines claims for restitution of occupied property, compensation for giving up rights to the property and exchange for property in the government-controlled areas owned by Turkish Cypriots.