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terminate an unperformed contract if proven that the contract is not in the best interests of the insolvency assets.
Anguish is responding to Ecclestone's stage directions which are written in the usual style of Restoration drama's descriptions of stage sets, just as Dryden, even though The State of Innocence was unperformed and unperformable, continued to write set descriptions in the style of the spectacle of Restoration opera.
Speaking Monday at a press conference in Plovdiv, Grudev said that damages stemming from unperformed contracts with Russia were estimated at BGN 10 M, adding that indirect damages resulting from the decrease in prices and unsold quantities of fruit and vegetables were expected to amount to at least BGN 10 M
The building issue re-emerged after the Civil War, with the annual report of 1865 noting that "this building, so long and so much needed, still haunts us like an unperformed duty." The July 28, 1866 minutes of the organizations board spoke to the complex relationship between the Ladies' Library Association and the village council: "Motion was made and carried that we present a Petition to the 'City Fathers' for permission to erect a wooden building on the desired spot." The building continued to elude them, as new construction codes were developed after a series of downtown fires and other complications arose.
While paragraphs 13 and 14 might seem sufficient to screen out questionable but legally enforceable contracts, ED paragraph 15 goes further, imposing a sixth test on what it terms wholly unperformed contracts:
In line with the renewed agreement, a fine worth 12% of the amount of unperformed investments
Therefore, in this hard economic period, with reduction of wages and unemployment growth, the Romanian banks activity was damaged because of unperformed loans and also by delays of loan payments.
The music of Ives went unperformed for many years and was resoundingly ignored during his life.
NEW ORLEANS -- Annual Medicare wellness exams are being unperformed, resulting in lost opportunities and revenue, according to Dr.
NEW ORLEANS--Annual Medicare wellness exams are being unperformed, resulting in lost opportunities and revenue, according to Dr.
Despite being one of the first American composers to achieve international renown, Charles Ives' music was largely ignored and unperformed during his life.
The fraudulent cases that were referred to the Criminal Court includes violations relating to claims for unperformed and medical services, duplication of invoices, documents and prescription forgery, and identity fraud.