unfitness


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On matters of unfitness to hold company directorships, the court found that the McCarthys, now living in Malta, caused or allowed Fans to become involved in transactions with assets, which led to legal action.
Civil servants administering army pensions failed to take account of legislation making payments tax-free if they were granted on account of medical unfitness "attributable" to naval, military or air force service.
The matters of unfitness which resulted in the undertaking were:
Subsequently he tried to join the Blackburn Territorials, but his medical unfitness again led to his rejection.
Nearly 10% of the 62,000 properties in Neath Port Talbot are 'not reasonably suitable' to live in - and the level of unfitness is notably higher in the private rented sector where there is increased risk of fire and an acute lack of kitchen and bathroom amenities.
Coupled with this is an increased rate of unfitness and disrepair directly affecting the health and welfare of tenants.
The 1952 Income and Corporation Taxes Act made pensions tax free if they were granted on account of medical unfitness "attributable" to naval, military or air force service.
Matters of unfitness found by the court in respect of both men included causing or allowing the business to be run fraudulently by not recording the purchase of vehicles worth pounds 1.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the permissible grounds of objection are such as are specified in article 22 (6) (a) to (c) of the Licensing Order namely, failure to comply with the correct procedure, unfitness of the applicant, that the business or the ancillary business carried on in the premises under the licence has been discontinued.
It also asked the government to "carry out an urgent investigation into United Utilities' unfitness to have responsibility for water supplies in the North West of England.
The survey does not speculate about the causes of Britain's unfitness.
Matters of unfitness not disputed by Mr Edwards were that he made a false declaration of solvency, allowed a disadvantageous payment of pounds 27,600, failed to mantain proper accounting records and did not co-operate with the liquidator.
The Coventry House Condition Survey carried out in 1995, revealed a rate of unfitness in the city's private sector stock of 9.
Granting the four-week adjournment, judge Seamus Treacy said: "This relates to unfitness to plead issues.
Devastated in 2008 and 2013 by two fires, the building is currently the subject of a notice of unfitness.