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State of Punjab, overruling its earlier decision in Rajendra Prasad (Supra) said that death penalty is not violative of articles 14, 19 and 21 of the Constitution and enunciated that it should be awarded only in 'rarest of rare' case and courts must render "special reasons" while sending a man to the gallows.
The three judges also said the practice of divorce through triple talaq is manifestly arbitrary and violative of the Constitution and must be struck down.
AFT had found the policy to be violative of Article 14 ( right to equality) of the Constitution.
It was reported that appearing for the state's Land and Land Revenue department against Tata Motors Ltd's challenge of the Act, senior counsel Saktinath Mukherjee submitted before Justice I P Mukerji that the Singur Act was not violative of Article 14 of the Constitution which provides for equality before law.
How long the violative condition existed is a necessary element in the analysis.
Recommendation: To improve CBP's ability to identify foreign firms with violative histories, the CBP Commissioner should ensure that the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) is able to accept a unique identification number for foreign firms that export FDA-regulated foods.
If FDA takes enforcement action against a company that continues to market an unapproved product after the stated timeframes, the FDA may simultaneously take additional action regarding any other violative products that the company may be marketing, including any other unapproved drugs.
Though drug companies often complied with orders to cease and desist, sometimes the manufacturers would later put out similar violative materials for the same drugs, said the GAO.
LAST OCTOBER, the Food and Drug Administration sent John King a stern letter warning him that he had committed "serious violations of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act," that to continue to market his product he would need to file a "New Drug Application," and that failure to comply might result in "seizure of violative products.
Disgorgement is an enforcement remedy in which a violative company is required to turn over illegally gained profits; it is intended to ensure that wrongdoers do not profit from their unlawful actions.
The court observed that if a party has an objection to a question he deems to be improper, the proper procedure is to permit the witness to answer all questions posed, subject to objections, unless a question is clearly calling for an answer violative of the witness's constitutional rights or some other privilege recognized in law, or is palpably irrelevant.
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