adequate notice


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adequate notice

noun ample notice, commensuuate notice, fair notice, good notice, satisfactory notice, sufficient notice, suitable notice, valid notice
Associated concepts: adequate care, adequate compensaaion, adequate remedy at law, adequate security
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Thomas contends his due process rights were violated because he was not given adequate notice and challenges certain evidentiary rulings and the sufficiency of the evidence in the injunction proceeding.
'The law demands that adequate notice be given,' he noted.
There should be genuine consultation, an adequate notice and those carrying out the eviction should be properly identified.
It would mean giving him adequate notice of no-fly zones no sane political leader would breach.
The legislation was passed this year and insists on certain measures being taken before 'high risk' speakers appear at universities - including giving adequate notice to relevant officials.
A report on their findings revealed the reality for many was unstable hours, a lack of adequate notice when required to work, and terms and conditions that discriminated between staff on full time and other types of contract.
Mainline Rock also tried to argue the standard did not apply because a return roller is not specifically mentioned in the regulation, and therefore the company did not have "adequate notice" of the standard.
"I have made my decision as early as possible to provide adequate notice to those involved in the electoral process."
The current plans are unfair and may, indeed, be illegal in public law terms, since they clearly do not give women adequate notice of the large changes in pension age that they face," she said.
Carney said the two sides agreed the public would be given adequate notice before any interruption in service.
The Turkmen side blamed Gazprom for suddenly reducing the intake of volumes without giving adequate notice, which triggered a blast that damaged 20 wells, one compressor station and several other related structures.
"This judgment has finally confirmed what many motorists have always felt: that they should not be convicted if trees and hedges overhanging or obscuring signs mean they cannot properly see the signs, and they are not given adequate notice of changes in the speed limit."