equitable compensation

equitable compensation

the remedy by which equity awarded a money sum to a claimant, similar in some respects to damages at common law.
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Section 170 subsections (10) and (11)respectively stipulates that, 'Communities and persons enjoying rights in land shall be consulted in decisions that may affect their rights in lands and resources' and shall be entitled to prompt and equitable compensation on just terms arising from acquisition or development of land in their areas in the public interest'.
The alienation of property for public needs defined in the law may be effected upon the decision of the court with ensuring of prior and equitable compensation for the value of such property as well as for other losses incurred as a result of such alienation.
(5) Strive for equitable compensation over time, not maximum compensation on the first sale.
As regard the information leading to the settlement agreement in 1999, the Court held that when trustees are in breach of the fair dealings rule in their communications with beneficiaries - however innocent that breach may be - the beneficiaries would be entitled to equitable compensation as a stand-alone remedy, without the need to establish a right to rescind a previous agreement entered into without the necessary information.
It ruled that drug importers are therefore entitled to "just and equitable compensation," which comes to around e1/42m, plus interest payable since 2005.
Additionally, the many dedicated people who serve at all levels within our courts were assured an equitable compensation structure," Pettis said.
4) Equitable compensation. Equitable is defined by the parties and by market conditions as to what constitutes a fair if not compelling compensation arrangement to perform the job in return for the wages and benefits offered.
As well, it requires an equitable compensation arrangement for all parties.
The changes allow for more equitable compensation and protection of intellectual property rights for architects submitting designs for the new terminal.
In just a few months, staff across the country united around key issues including: transparent and equitable compensation, clear job responsibilities, editorial freedom and independence, diversity in the newsroom and consistent management protocols on hiring, firing and discipline."
House Bill 11, which Belmonte called the 'Salary Standardization Law (SSL) of 2016,' seeks to implement the policy of the state to a just and equitable compensation for government employees and military personnel.
(209) On that basis, no award of equitable compensation ought to have