A voter shall have two votes only, the bill stipulates
The agreement also stipulates
the principles of coordinated macro-economic and foreign exchange policies, financial market regulation, interaction in the energy and transport sectors, the development of a common gas, oil, petroleum product, medicines and medical equipment market.
Article 18 stipulates
that owners of engineering consultancy offices, their partners and the engineers employed there are banned from working at any of the ministries, other government departments, public corporations or institutions.
Parties sometimes stipulate
damages in advance, and may agree that the damages they stipulate
shall be the exclusive remedy for breach.
As your trial date approaches, one of the issues you'll address is, "Should I stipulate
to anything with opposing counsel?
The new code stipulates
that marriage is pronounced before a judge and no longer controlled by an Adul, a religious clerk linked with the Ministry of Religious Affairs.
Self-Defense Forces (SDF) actions as well as government measures, including the supply of goods, facilities and services, to ensure smooth and effective operation of the U.
The new Regulation stipulates
the classification and procedures required for each type of waste for each of the countries in question.
According to Kris Carraway, director of community development for Los Robles, the original contract with Salick stipulates
that if it buys Westlake Medical, it cannot operate an acute-care hospital at the site.
The Constitution defines the "economy of the State" as a planned socialist economy aiming to abolish all forms of exploitation (Article 13) and stipulates
three forms of ownership: "Popular ownership" (natural resources, public services and nationalized installations and institutions), "collective ownership" (owned by cooperative societies, professional associations and popular organizations) and "individual ownership" (private property which can be confiscated for public good only through legislation and against just compensation) (Articles 14 and 15).
Relatedly, the complexity of the subadar's situation stipulates
the complexity of the narrative, which is periodic and dystaxic.