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In this regard, it should be noted that the Fourth Department had refused to reform the BDO compensation clause, finding that the entire clause would need to be rewritten in order to render it enforceable.
the source has at least one PSEU with a federally enforceable emission limit;
Clearly, the best way to ensure that your personal wishes are not overridden is to draw up a complete set of legally enforceable advance directives, including both living will and health-care proxy documents.
We're pleased the courts agreed that our longstanding patents on NoC are valid and enforceable, and with this ruling we are hopeful that the court will also find in our favor regarding the infringement and willfulness claims against Rexam and Valois," said Thomas Jonas, president, MWV Beauty & Personal Care Division.
According to the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), the enforceable undertaking followed an on-site assessment of the bank's compliance with Australia's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
Coun Barry Phillipson, chairman of the council's environment scrutiny panel, said: "I support measures which reduce speed on our estates but my concern is that this is not legally enforceable.
Advocates of strengthened labor provisions, in promoting enforceable core labor standards, appear to have two objectives.
Waiver valid: The Service concluded that the Form 2750 waiver was valid and enforceable, despite the fact that it was executed outside of the Sec.
An agreement that causes injustice may not be enforceable.
Consequently, the cases were no longer an enforceable precedent.
Bellmarc Property Management, the Appellate Division, First Department in Manhattan unequivocally held that a union's clear and unmistakable waiver of an employee's right to file a statutory discrimination claim in court is enforceable.