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Dwayne Lazar and Kirk Parazader pleaded guilty to contravening clause 4(a) of the regulations for failing to take reasonable care to protect the health and safety of workers by allowing them to work in a trench that was not protected from cave-in or sliding materials resulting in injuries to workers.
Abdul Wadud, 35, of The Kintyre, Walsgrave, admitted contravening the requirements of a prohibition notice relating to the storage of food and drink in a loft at Infinity Room Ltd.
He now faces 51 counts of fraud, 34 counts of contravening income tax legislation, 234 counts of contravening exchange control regulations, 2 counts of money laundering and 1 count of racketeering.
They are also being prosecuted for exploiting their students, contravening basic educational principles and paying no heed to the normal course of the learning process and the pupils' interests.
In addition to contravening international law and existing United Nations resolutions, Israeli practices are incompatible with the Road Map, a UN official said yesterday.
If any more ads contravening the International Code of Marketing of Artificial Baby Milk are accepted, I do not wish to be a member of NZNO.
In the recent period the police have been coming along and saying we are contravening various laws, which they're not very clear on.
A FORMER Wirral businessman accused of contravening a court order disqualifying him from company directorship appeared in court yesterday.
Derek Kelly (46), a financial analyst from Greystones, Co Wicklow, Ireland, and chairman of the Gutshot Private Members Club in Clerkenwell, central London, was found guilty of contravening the Act by organising a game of poker in which a levy was charged on the winnings.
While reading the February 14 story "Lord of Illusion" about Norah Vincent's spending 18 months as male Ned, this quote really struck me: "All the guilt about being an impester, the anxiety of getting caught at it, and the by then extreme discomfort of contravening my own gender identity .
Attorneys for California also argued that RLUIPA's mandate favored religion, thereby contravening the First Amendment principle of church-state separation.
Now Morgentaler is at it again--contending that five provinces are contravening the Canada Health Act by refusing to pay for abortions done in clinics.