violation of law

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The penalty was for compelling clients to purchase sheep from their outlet as a condition to prepare Eid al-Adha feast, which represents a violation of Law No.
In good faith, reports or causes to be reported, verbally or in writing, what the employee has reasonable cause to believe is a violation of law
The three-member bench of the apex court headed by Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed heard the case and remarked that the court would not accept violation of law.
District Coordinating Officer (DCO) and Regional Police Officer (RPO) have been given orders to take action against the elements involved in violation of law.
Summary: The RAK Misdemeanour Court of Appeal has ordered acquittal of the owner of a trade company for providing shelter and work for six illegal workers in violation of law for lack of evidence.
Section 533 of the bill would disallow a deduction for certain fines, penalties, or other amounts paid at the direction of a government entity in relation to a violation of law, investigation, or inquiry into a potential violation of law.
To issue such an order, the Board must make each of three findings: (1) that the respondent engaged in identified misconduct, including a violation of law or regulation, an unsafe or unsound practice, or a breach of fiduciary duty; (2) that the conduct had a specified effect, including financial loss to the institution or gain to the respondent; and (3) that the respondent's conduct involved either personal dishonesty or a willful or continuing disregard for the safety or soundness of the institution.
It is a violation of law to ride without the proper licensing.
The violation of law and illegal hiring of aggressive "faith-based" (i.
The new rules stipulate that the attorney may transfer the duty to report evidence of a violation of law to:
the Catholic clergy) have been detained because of their violation of law, not because of their religious beliefs," President Bush displayed disbelief in this assertion (Toronto Star, Feb 22/02).
New York's interpretation is consistent with other courts in the country that have held that the mere possibility that a governmental entity could attach a lien to contaminated property does not render title unmarketable, even where there exists a current, violation of law or governmental regulation.