She also ordered a civil penalty
of $12,100 against the prosecutor and $14,070 in fees.
The council can't impose a civil penalty
and prosecute for the same offence.
The Department of Justice announced that General Electric (GE) will pay a civil penalty
of $1.5B under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989, or FIRREA, to resolve claims involving subprime residential mortgage loans originated by WMC Mortgage, a GE subsidiary.
A willful violation may be subject to a civil penalty
of up to $250,000.
In keeping with the holding of In re Civil Penalty
, individual panels of the North Carolina Court of Appeals cannot disregard existing precedent just because the panel believes it improperly narrowed or distinguished another earlier precedent, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has held.
The proceeds of the penalties collected go to the North Carolina Civil Penalty
and Forfeiture Fund to benefit North Carolina's public schools.
The initial civil penalty
was set at almost $4 million.
Will you be introducing your civil penalty
She said the revising of the civil penalty
notice to PS30,000 was "to stop landlords who flout the law" and to recognise they have "a duty to provide good quality private rented accommodation." She added: "They need to start taking this seriously."
A driver or haulier served with a civil penalty
notice can lodge an objection or appeal against it.
The $483 million Qualstar Credit Union in Redmond Wash., got the highest civil penalty
of $2,509, followed by the $126 million Malheur Credit Union in Ontario, Oreg., that received a $1,293 civil penalty
and the $78 million Weyco Community Credit Union in Plymouth, N.C.