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CONCURRENCE, French law. The equality of rights, or privilege which several persons-have over the same thing; as, for example, the right which two judgment creditors, Whose judgments were rendered at the same time, have to be paid out of the proceeds of real estate bound by them. Dict. de Jur. h.t.

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Il s'agit de presenter les resultats des etudes du dossier de la hausse du prix du lait, tel que soumis par le gouvernement a l'appreciation du conseil, et de la plainte pour entente au sujet des ventes electroniques de la RAM" , a declare a la presse le president du Conseil de la concurrence, Abdelali Benamour, en marge de cette session.
Les regles du droit canadien ou europeen de la concurrence qui servent a controler les ententes, les abus de position dominante et les fusions, lorsque ceux-ci portent atteinte a la concurrence, se fondent sur une demarche en trois etapes, dont chacune fait l'objet d'une partie de l'ouvrage.
L'Autorite de la concurrence added that such a move is necessary otherwise LDC would have an unfair share in the southwest France poultry market and in free range chickens in the area.
Members were overwhelmingly satisfied with the process and 86 percent reported the League should use the individual member concurrence method of member agreement for future updates, while 14 percent did not want to use this method in the future.
Categorical Concurrence and Depth of Knowledge only apply at the aggregate standards level.
The article supports and expands upon Judge Gross' concurrence in Island Hoppers, calling for a simplification of procedure regarding the award of fees.
for finding in the Constitution a right to demand consideration of newly discovered evidence of innocence brought forward after conviction," said Scalia with Thomas' concurrence.
The analyses and conclusions set forth are those of the authors and do not necessarily indicate concurrence by the Board of Governors, by the Federal Reserve Banks, or by members of their staffs.
A press release from the Syracuse University College of Law (of which Crane is an alumnus) reveals that UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan appointed Crane to the position following "a long confirmation process that started last October when Secretary of State Colin Powell, with the concurrence of the White House, nominated Crane for the position.
What followed was friendly disagreement or just as likely concurrence among civilized spokesmen of disparate political persuasion.
By 1996, the National Defense Authorization Act required that similar support and assistance only could be attained for essential safety and security functions following a certification process requiring the concurrence of the U.
The frequency of agreements and disagreements over 120 trials was examined to explore the type of concurrence strategies (e.