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Infinity Room Ltd, c/o the company secretary, Bethnall Green Road, London, admitted contravening the requirements of a prohibition notice relating to the storage of food and drink in a loft.
Police have rejected claims that they are contravening the campaigners' human rights.
He was also found guilty by a jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court, in east London, of contravening the Act by organising a poker game on January 27 2005 in which a fee was charged to take part.
tv for contravening the code because the station argued that it showed the film after the 9:30 p.
He immediately formed Athletes First and began representing a number of SMD's football clients, contravening the non-competition, non-solicitation provisions of his contract with SMD.
The county government issued a notice on January 22 warning of hefty fines, arrest and long jail terms for riders found contravening the directive.
contravening subsection 116(2) of the regulations (being an employer, failed to ensure that workers use a fall protection system at a temporary or permanent work area where a worker may fall three metres or more);
In case of continued non-compliance, PEMRA will issue separate show cause notices for each actionable cause of violation of each day and impose a fine of Rs one million each day, for contravening the licence obligations.
They regarded Charbel's approval as contravening their own "personal status law" including rulings by religious Shari'a courts.
Cashnext Ltd pleaded not guilty at Liverpool crown court to two health and safety offences and denied contravening a prohibition notice banning the use of a goods hoist.
Tuck, the first person in Britain to be convicted of contravening the Human Tissue Act, received a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for two years.
But Mirror Sport has obtained a copy of a letter from Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan to the ICC in which he accuses Speed of contravening his own code of conduct.