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just cause for dismissal exists where the dishonesty violates an essential condition of the employment contract, breaches the faith inherent to the work relationship, or is fundamentally or directly inconsistent with the employee's obligations to his or her employer.
Brussels said in a communique: " The rules on the taxable amount of VAT have been harmonised at the EU level, and the uniform application of those rules is an essential condition for the proper operation of the VAT system.
C Showing of the ID by the cop is an essential condition for questioning an individual, he said.
The respect for every human life is an essential condition if a societal life worthy of the name is to be possible.
He also shows that for all the power shifts, expansionist policies and internationalisation the essential condition of 'ordinary folk' changed hardly at all.
The respect for every human life, for example, is an essential condition if a societal life worthy of the name is to be possible.
Indeed, with the essential condition allowing family to supplement subsidies with their own money, such a policy would initially increase school funding.
As shown below, this is an essential condition for straight-line dependence of [[tau].
Another essential condition for the growth of the club is the presence of professionals in all positions, just as Abramovich has done at Chelsea.
An essential condition of quality legal advice is full and open communication between the client and the tax counselor.
The release of all the prisoners is an essential condition for any solution or progress in the peace process," he said Sunday.
nA political grouping in Brussels - the European People's Party - is apparently advocating a proposal that joining the euro should be an essential condition of membership of the European Union.

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