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fine

a monetary penalty imposed in criminal matters. Itmaybe accepted in instalments, and in some cases, essentially based on means, the court may remit (extinguish) the fine. In the UK there are maximum levels of fines laid down for certain offences. Some levels are changed every so often in accord with the change in the value of money. There are sometimes statutory equivalent periods of imprisonment laid down for failure to pay fines.
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They were among a number of fines dodgers who were forced to settle their fines after officers took enforcement action.
More than 550 fines were imposed at the court in 2018/2019 totalling PS271,000.
And an Aberdeen driver who was fined at the city's sheriff court for having no licence for his vehicle failed to pay the fine for more than two years.
For having a smoking area which is not in accordance with regulations - the fine will be increased to between EUR 1,000 and 2,500.
The trial courts had also ordered forfeiture of assets and properties of the accused to set off against the amount of fine in case of non-recovery or non-payment of the amount of fine by the accused besides undergoing a further term of two years of rigorous imprisonment.
"I don't know of any case in which the first-instance decision of the respective body concerning the fine immediately became a base for distrainment.
Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler disciplined and issued fines in July totaling $724,000 against insurance companies, agents and brokers and others who violated state insurance regulations.
Apart from harsher fines for drunk drivers, adult passengers in the same car or on the same scooter will also be fined up to NT$3,000.
chairman UC Bambaanwala-Daska, Ch Mukhtar Ahmed Bal, chairman UC Gojra-Daska, Malik Sarfraz Ahmed, chairman UC Shahabpura-Sialkot, Qamar Zaman Butt, vice chairman UC Shahabpura-Sialkot, Rs 15,000 fine on Mohammad Rafiq Mughal, chairman UC Kotli Behram-Sialkot, Rs 5,000 fine on Ms Durdana, councillor Kotli Behram, Rs 15,000 fine on Zia-Ullah Khara, an independent candidate in Daska city's constituency PP-42, Sialkot-VIII, Rs 15,000 fine on Ch Mohammad Latif, chairman UC Kundanpur-Sialkot, Rs 10,000 fine on Ch Mohammad Shehbaz, vice chairman UC Kundanpur, Rs 10,000 fine each on Imtiaz Gill, chairman UC Talwandi-Pasrur, Chaudhry Mohammad Afzaal, chairman UC Aadamke Nagra-Pasrur and Mohammad Aslam Rana, chairman UC Kapoorpur-Sialkot, here.
Calling incumbent Mayor Park Won-soon's fine dust policy a "a waste of taxpayer money," Ahn pledged to mobilize all possible means to reduce fine dust and then expand cooperation with the Chinese authorities.
Figures obtained in a BBC investigation shows councils in our region handed out almost 2,500 fines for unauthorised holidays and truancy in the last academic year.
Durham County Council | |Truancy or holiday fines in 2016-17: 1258 | Fines per 1,000 pupils in 2016-17: 17.71 Gateshead Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 143 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 5.03 Newcastle City Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 259 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 6.62 Northumberland County Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 232 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 5.03 North Tyneside Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 127 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 4.16 South Tyneside Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 309 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 14.47 Sunderland City Council | |Truancy or holiday fines: 149 | | Fines per 1,000 pupils: 3.69