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Final guarantee in accordance with the provisions of Article 104 of TRLCSP, and given the power of public sector entities that are not considered public authorities to require the provision of a guarantee to the tenderers or candidates to ensure proper implementation the contract, since the breach of the obligations contained therein may be subject to penalty by the bills have to be paid, under Articles 25 TRLCSP and 1255 of the Civil Code is not the contractor is required by the constitution the final guarantee.
The travel agents who fail to comply with the said protocol and guidelines will be subject to penalty in line with IATA rules, he concluded.
If I had confirmed a booking and then cancelled, I would probably have been subject to penalty clauses.
Sea turtles are protected under federal law and any harassment or interference with a sea turtle, living or dead, is subject to penalty.
However, senior MOEA officials emphasized that the island's manufacturers will be subject to penalty for their exports of 12 categories of banned semiconductor manufacturing equipment to the mainland without permissions.
While the list reduced the penalty tariff on frozen potato products from 20 percent to 5 percent, frozen corn and ham products were added to the list of goods subject to penalty tariffs.
Their mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to achieve the repeal of marijuana prohibition so that the responsible use of cannabis by adults is no longer subject to penalty.
6038 penalties for late-filed Forms 1120 with Forms 5471 attached, the increased number of Forms 1120 being filed electronically has enabled the IRS to determine quickly which of these returns are late filed and therefore potentially subject to penalty.
The RAC has expressed concern at the lack of knowledge motorists have about the offences that will be subject to penalty points from April 1st.
The measure is used to assess states' performance and determine whether a state is subject to penalty for not meeting TANF work requirements.
The violation is subject to penalty based on a positive identification and does not warrant identification of the driver.
In the case of a 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) organization, executives of those organizations may be subject to penalty excise taxes if they receive unreasonable compensation and may even have to pay the excess back to the organization.