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The pay rise agreement, with a retroactive effect as of September 2015, will see the January 21 private sector strike in the Greater Tunis cancelled, said UGTT Deputy SG Belgacem Ayari.
The merger will start having legal effects on December 1st, 2014, whereas the accounting and tax effects will be charged on the financial statements of the surviving company with retroactive effect from January 1st, 2014.
He explained that there was no point in putting off transferring the deeds as any reduction would have retroactive effect if it is decided.
The deal, with a retroactive effect from 1 January, is in lineA with Swiss Post's intention to strengthen its direct marketing activities.
If the law has a retroactive effect, he is going to prepare the initiative for evaluation of its constitutionality.
The acquisition will be carried out with a retroactive effect from 1 January 2011.
If approved, the move will have retroactive effect from January 1, 2010.
The authors characterize this assumption as a "fatal flaw" because any retroactive effect would be "highly unusual" and because taxpayers would avoid it by liquidating their Roth accounts at the "merest hint" that Congress is considering reneging on them.
Now all employees in Scandinavian Airlines Norway will have their pension payouts restated from 66% to 70% with retroactive effect from December 1 2004, SAS said, leading to a one off negative economic effect on employment costs of SEK130m and SEK30m per year thereafter.
However, issues arose over whether the amendment had a retroactive effect.
Please notice that "complied" is past tense, thus such legislation is unconstitutional because it is an "ex post facto law"--it is a law having retroactive effect.
Mr Schussel said there was a particular problem when the court took decisions with retroactive effect.