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In the fourth article of the Confederation, it is declared "that the FREE INHABITANTS of each of these States, paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice, excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of FREE CITIZENS in the several States; and THE PEOPLE of each State shall, in every other, enjoy all the privileges of trade and commerce," etc.
If it is delivered some days late you might be entitled to compensation if you can prove it causes you some loss.
If there were three Independent AMs, thereby constituting a group, we would be entitled to extra resources enabling us to take on at least six additional staff, that's 3.
If you have difficulties walking then you may be entitled to a blue badge for your car or that of your wife, and if you have made significant adaptations to your house as a result of your disability needs you may be entitled to a reduction in your council tax.
Justin says: You will not be entitled to 30 days holiday before you leave, as your entitlement will be pro rata according to how much of the holiday year you have worked for.
You may be entitled to more depending on your contract.
I understand that, under the Act, I should be entitled to a response within 20 working days.
When I left, I was told I would be entitled to a pension for four years of pounds 16 6s 8d a year, which totals over pounds 65.
Suzanne Timpson, email AYOU will be entitled to Statutory Maternity Pay for 39 weeks, the first six weeks at 90% of your weekly earnings and PS135.
Justin says: You will not be entitled to 30 days' holiday before you leave, as your entitlement will be pro rata according to how much of the holiday year you have worked for.