November 2014. Initial Permanent Fare has the meaning given to it in the Ticketing and Settlement Agreement; Instruction has the meaning given to it in the Stations Enhancements Works Agreement;
November 2014. In this case the specific employment terms applicable to the General Group continue to apply to you with the proviso that as of 1 January 2015 the KPN Plan no longer applies to you and the KPN Service Plan applies instead. If relevant, a number of specific transitional provisions in this Collective Agreement also apply to you.
November 2014. ABSTRACT The 1951 Refugee Convention protects the basic right of an individual to be treated as an independent social agent of justification. It embodies the moral and legal framework through which any person can assert a claim to have their basic human rights respected, regardless of where they are located in the world. Partialist and impartialist theories of statehood are bridged through the recognition that states are obligated by universal morality and international law to accept Convention refugees into their territory. Any discretion states may have to reject Convention refugees consists entirely in the exclusion clauses, and cannot be grounded in any other claim. The discretion to exclude is exceptional and circumscribed. Article 1F of the Refugee Convention excludes serious international and common criminals from protection. While the clauses of the Refugee Convention are said to capture an autonomous international meaning, the reality has been marked by vastly divergent interpretations both within and among states. This lack of universality has allowed an expansionist trend to germinate, with some states seizing the opportunity left behind by normative and legal heterogeneity to initiate broad-based security measures in relation to refugees. This thesis maintains that the current lack of universality stems from the absence of an overarching theoretical foundation to exclusion. Three doctrinal debates relating to the exclusion of individuals as ‘serious non- political criminals’ under Article 1F(b) are closely examined: ‘serious’ crime; ‘non-political’ crime; and, standard of proof and evidentiary issues. Points of intersection between refugee law and other fields of law, including extradition and counter-terrorism, are given careful attention. A refugee law understanding of these doctrinal concepts is developed, directed by an integrative theory of ‘human security’ that highlights the need to preserve individualised assessment in refugee determination. The centrifugal force of ‘human security’ reveals that state security interests and refugee interests are not ineluctably polar. Rather, both are grounded in the protection of core human rights. This thesis is premised on that dialectical possibility.
November 2014. 9.3 Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by Optomark's negligence Optomark shall not be liable to the Buyer by reason of any misrepresentation or breach of any implied warranty condition or other term or breach of any duty howsoever arising or under the express terms of the Contract for any direct loss or expense or any indirect loss or expense suffered by the Buyer or liability to third parties incurred by the Buyer or for any consequential loss or damage which arises out of or in connection with the supply of the Products or Services or their use or re-sale by the Buyer except as expressly provided in these Conditions of Trade.
November 2014. Non-Creditable for PEPRA Members (2% at 62), coded on payroll as 99-9-9. Creditable for Classic Members (2% at 55), coded on payroll as 08-X-6 with November service period dates (11/1/14 – 11/30/14). EXAMPLE 3: “Unit members in active status on January 10th, 2015 will be entitled to receive a one-time off salary schedule payment equal to 1% of their annual contract salary, payable in the January 2015 pay period.” [Ratified November 26, 2013] Employment Agreement Contents Was the written agreement adopted by the governing board in a public meeting? Yes. Who will receive payment? Employees in active status on 1/10/15 How is payment amount determined? 1% of employee’s annual contract salary When is the amount earned and payable? January 2015, as specified. CalSTRS
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November 2014. The audience of this document is made aware that a physical copy may not be the latest available version. The latest version, which supersedes all previous versions, is available on The Source. Those to whom this policy applies are responsible for familiarising themselves periodically with the latest version and for complying with policy requirements at all times. History of most recent policy changes – must be completed Version Date Change V.1.00 24 July 2014
November 2014. Adult, photographed, Bolivar Flats, Galveston, Galveston County, TX. Unpub- lished, pending records committee adjudication (Xxxx Xxxxxxxx, pers. comm.). Minnesota 28 June 2007. Photographed, Little Pelican Island, Leech Lake, Xxxxxx, Xxxx County, MN (Xxxxxxxxx 2008). Volume 32 Number 3 131
November 2014. The second provision requires a manager to discuss the 3999 with you within three days after it is done. The man- ager is required to show you any nonrecurring time record- ed for your route and explain why the time was recorded that way. You then have the right to write comments about the time recorded as nonrecurring, the route examiner’s written or oral comments, mail volume, etc. from the day the 3999 was performed. You also are entitled to a copy of the comments you write. Don’t forget to ask for a copy if it isn’t automatically provided. All of this information is forwarded to the route evaluation and adjustment team in CDRAAP-selected zones. This new 3999 process is to be followed for any and all 3999s conducted after Sept. 23, 2014, (whether or not your office or zone is in CDRAAP). The term any and all 3999s means exactly what it says. We’re going to begin by showing you how to read a 3999. Then we’ll explain the various terms used to record street time in the three allied time categories. Once you learn how to read one 3999, you’ll be able to read any 3999 you’ll ever see. Every line on the 3999 will have either an allied time function listed or actual deliver- ies. The actual deliveries are listed by what are called “sec- tor segments.” A sector segment will list a number range and a street name. The PS Form 3999 also will show the types of deliveries, how many possible deliveries are with- in the sector segment, how many deliveries were made, and how much street time credit was given for each sector segment. The top of every page of a 3999 will look like this: Refer to the example 3999 above while reading the ex- planations below. You should begin reading this form by looking at the second column from the left. This column is called “Block Number and Street Name.” This is where you will see the al- lied function entry or the street name and block range that is included for the sector segment you’re looking at. For Contract Talk by the Contract Administration Unit CDRAAP, continued example, the first entry on the form above is for the allied time function “Vehicle Load.” The first sector segment en- try on the example form above is located on the third line from the top. The sector segment is “0000-0000 XXX XX.” Now go back over to the first column on the left. This col- umn is called “Delivery Methods.” It shows you the delivery method used for each sector segment. This column will be blank for allied time entries because these entries do not i...