Indefinite Term


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Indefinite Term

A prison sentence for a specifically designated length of time up to a certain prescribed maximum, such as one to ten years or twenty-five years to life.

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In the case of an indefinite term contract, either party may terminate it for a valid reason, with written notice to the other party at least 30 days before the termination date if the employee is paid monthly, and at least 15 days for others.
Article 75 is amended to increase the notice period for terminating indefinite term contracts from 30 to 60 days for employees paid on a monthly basis and from 15 to 30 days for all other employees.
The Assembly of Experts grants Iran's supreme leader, currently Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, an indefinite term but it retains the power to sack him, if it sees fit.
Sought for comment about the particular paragraph of the agreement, Jay Batongbacal, director of the University of the Philippines' (UP) Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea, said, "It gives the agreement an indefinite term after the first 10 years."
Kasir is serving an indefinite term for torching a woman's home in a revenge attack after being fined for knocking her off her scooter.
Earlier this month, the same source said Bae could be sentenced to reeducation through labor for an indefinite term or even given the death penalty.
Under the indefinite term, Daly would need to convince a parole board he no longer posed a risk to society.
Jason Soal was freed in 2004 on a life licence after serving 12 years of an indefinite term for killing bachelor Aneurin Williams.
Risk assets' growth and treasuries' yield decline confirm that players expect the Fed to continue infusions for an indefinite term.
Both agreements will be signed for an indefinite term and will enter into force upon receipt of notification in writing through diplomatic channels about implementation of internal procedures by the states.
The sentencing judge found Hodgson warranted an indefinite term because he was "capable of going over the edge" and was a "significant risk of causing serious harm".
With an indefinite term and a salary of $150,000, Schimmel doesn't answer to anyone but the governor.