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Violation of these prohibitions is subject to punishment by a fine and/or imprisonment (agency statutes vary).
Those entities, in particular, will be subject to punishment based on the laws and regulations of authorities such as the Public Authority for Consumer Protection," he added.
Further, under Article 379 of the same law, a person with access to secret information by virtue of his profession/trade/ position, may also be subject to punishment by detention for a term of one year with fine, in the event such person makes a disclosure of such information or uses the information for self-enrichment and commercial purposes.
Anyone found to be involved in such transactions are subject to punishment in accordance with the laws."
"Without prejudice to the crime of slander determined by the Islamic Sharia, shall be punished by imprisonment and a fine not less than Dh250,000 and not in excess of Dh500,000 or either of these two penalties whoever insults or accuses another person of a matter of which he shall be subject to punishment or being held in contempt by others, by using a computer network or an information technology means.
If any company is found to be in violation of the regulations, they will be subject to punishment, says the press release.
Those who do not obtain a license within six months will be considered illegal and subject to punishment by authorities.
The harsh sentiment was triggered after the Jeju branch of the immigration service announced early this month it would implement policies to help Yemeni asylum seekers find jobs on the island, activities previously deemed illegal and subject to punishment including deportation.
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Even if such is clause is in the individual contracts, their clubs would still be subject to punishment | Wales' Owen if the Premiership Rugby stance remains as it is.
Afshin Kiani said the plant launched its MDI unit in 2016 by relying on domestic capabilities after Swedish and Germany licencor abandoned the project out of fear of becoming subject to punishment by US for transacting with a sanctioned Iran.
Under the bill, law enforcement can question the immigration status of detained or arrested people, and local department heads and elected officials who don't comply with federal immigration authorities by turning over immigrants subject to deportation are subject to punishment. If officials violate federal orders, they could face criminal charges or other penalties.