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Recall that the Senate, on October 24, 2017 asked its committee on public service, internal affairs, anti-corruption, establishment and judiciary to investigate Maina's recall and deployment to the ministry of interior and following a public outcry over the reinstatement, President Muhammadu Buhari ordered his immediate sack and asked the head of the civil service of the federation, Winifred Oyo-Ita to probe the matter.
Compared to damages compensation, reinstatement should be used sparingly and only in clear cases.
The jury returned a verdict in favor of United finding that Sierra's representations in the reinstatement application were material and intentional.
At the conclusion of the leave, the key employee requests reinstatement, but the employer can still prove the accompanying reinstatement injury.
In this case, the court said it was clear that the ruling on temporary reinstatement was not final disposition of the case before the Commission.
The reinstatement testing has, at least in India, dissuaded athletes preparing for major competitions from doping even as they are serving a suspension.
A property which is under insured will risk loss in the event of a claim and could result in the insured having to contribute a substantial sum to cover the short fall of the reinstatement costs.
Reinstatement of previously extinguished behavior has been demonstrated in studies across species, including rats (e.
Fourth-quarter earnings will include about $175 million in losses attributable to Sandy, after reinsurance and reinstatement premiums.
com/article/U-of-Virginia-Board-Votes-to/132603/) Sullivan's reinstatement less than three weeks later .
Indeed, the number of cases in which a temporary reinstatement is sought are on a dramatic increase.
The reinstatement of dismissed workers and/or students come in compliance with BICI's 1723, 1723A, B and C recommendations and Unesco's rules and regulations.