adequate notice


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adequate notice

noun ample notice, commensuuate notice, fair notice, good notice, satisfactory notice, sufficient notice, suitable notice, valid notice
Associated concepts: adequate care, adequate compensaaion, adequate remedy at law, adequate security
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They also asserted that the state failed to provide adequate notice to property owners that it takes custody of their presumably abandoned property, in violation of due process.
The petitioners argued that the State, despite knowing the decision would be adverse to 'our rights and fundamental freedom', deliberately failed and neglected to give them prior and adequate notice of the nature and reasons for the proposed decision and an opportunity to be heard to make representation.
Before this was implemented, the council wrote to all town and community councils to notify them of this decision and to provide them with adequate notice within which they could consider whether they wished to take over responsibility for any grit bins that they considered to be a local priority.
He alleged that the decision only made unilaterally without consultations from key stakeholders or adequate notice.
It is certainly a consumer issue," he said adding that Trai will make all efforts to ensure that consumers in such situations do not get "shortchanged" with regard to getting back their unused sum or being given an adequate notice period by the operator.
Liverpool and Arsenal nearly took place on Christmas Eve this year and the Football Supporters' Federation and Supporters Direct started a petition to ensure fans are given adequate notice.
org, states: "This petition calls for broadcasters of Premier League football in England (Sky Sports and BT Sport) to give football supporters adequate notice of televised fixtures which alter dates and times of games and therefore affect the ability of fans to book travel.
Senator Joel Villanueva questioned on Wednesday the legality of the recently-approved toll fee hike in the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), asking if the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) posted adequate notice and conducted hearings before approving the toll fee increase.
Villanueva questioned if the Toll Regularity Board conducted public hearings or posted adequate notice before approving the toll fee increase.
E tarmacadam binder/base course has been laid then the tenant will be allowed to return the said beach huts having given the contractor adequate notice to undertake such operations.
In shifting fixed indexed annuities to the Best Interest Contract exemption in the final rule, NAFA argued the industry was not given adequate notice to comment on the implications, as the Administrative Procedure Act requires.
She is also questioning whether the community was given adequate notice or alternative accommodation, as required by international law.