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That is especially true, as here, where outside access to the information is entirely permissive and implicates none of the complaining party's obligations under federal law.
For inter-tribal disputes, it will be upon the jurisdiction of both the offended and the complaining party.
Alternatively, disbelieving a complaining party and taking no action absent proof "beyond a reasonable doubt" could lead to the loss of an employee who feels the complaint wasn't taken seriously or could dissuade others who know about the complaint from coming forward when they have an issue.
Little or no recourse is left for recovering the amount paid to the complaining party even though, in some cases, the arbitrator's judgment may be overturned by the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court.
About the tour of BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir to the United Nations (UN), Quader said BNP has now turned into a 'complaining party' and they have proved it.
According to the church's Book of Discipline, when a formal complaint is filed, it launches a process called "just resolution." Pastors or other church leaders may first try to talk through the problem with the person who is the subject of the complaint, a process that may involve mediation with the complaining party.
Questions and/or complaints must be send to: Tender_accounting@eitdigital.eu if the complaint procedure is not satisfactory to the complaining party, It has the right to address the (remaining) complaints to the competent court seated in brussels (belgium).
be made in the form of a written notice sent by the complaining party to
In case of any complaint by the injured party which may be insured or any other interest party or even an Insurer the SECP may direct to get the claim surveyed by another surveyor with their approval on the expenses of Insurers to decide the issue of claim provided that the complaining party would prove that the primary surveyor has not acted with due diligence and the survey report is not based on fair and independent opinion rather unjust.
Faced with the prospect of incurring delays in the completion of the project due to a congressional investigation-which could result in additional operating costs or, worse, liquidated damages for failure to meet the deadline for completion-the winning bidder had no choice but settle with the complaining party.
For purposes of triggering insurance coverage, the prevailing rule is that the time of the occurrence of an accident is when the complaining party was actually damaged or injured and not the time when the wrongful act was committed.