legal pledge

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In January I settled in return for its legal pledge to do two things.
Regardless of the year-to-year differences in estimates versus actuals, the legal pledge to OFT bondholders is the full 14% of 55 mills each year.
Last week, the NHM gave a legal pledge not to do intrusive experiments on the remains until a four-day hearing of the issues planned for February 22.
Sheila Morris, of Cottage Farm Road, was one of five residents who signed a legal pledge in October, 2000, not to harass Mr Green for a 12 month period.
EVERY parent is to be forced to sign a legal pledge that they will ensure their children behave in class.
In April, he avoided bankruptcy by attending Bournemouth County Court, where he made a legal pledge to pay back his massive debts.
Lawyers for 24-year-old Lewinsky secured a legal pledge that she will not be prosecuted for any criminal offence.
The legislators continued to ask for "full flexibility" both in commitments (legal pledges to provide finance) and payments (cash transfers to the beneficiaries).
If this coalition does fail and become uncooperative such important legal pledges like the "Greater Repeal Bill" and the introduction of better civil liberties protection, could seriously be undermined.
After all, the additional information now issued by the council will never be firm legal pledges, as it is with Castell Mynydd, a mutual non-profit making organisation owned solely by the tenants themselves.
But while Parliament and the Commission champion "full flexibility" both in commitments (legal pledges to provide finance) and payments (cash transfers to the beneficiaries), the Council is ready to accept only the latter.
The Council is ready to give ground on flexibility, but while Parliament and the European Commission insist that this should affect both commitments (legal pledges to provide finance) and payments (cash transfers to the beneficiaries), the member states are ready to compromise only on surpluses in payments.