Right to be heard. The Board or a Federal reserve bank (in the case of a clearing bank that is a member of that bank) may raise and may appear and be heard on any issue in a case under this subchapter.
Right to be heard. Please complete the information in the following tables, choosing ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ and providing a short explanation or justification for each answer. Some examples have been provided. EXAMPLE: Germany 49 Luxembourg(2009), Loi du 6 octobre 2009 renforçant le droit des victimes d’infractions pénales, Luxembourg: Memorial A –– N° 206, available at: www.legilux.public.lu/leg/a/archives/2009/ 0206/a206.pdf50 Luxembourg(2009), Loi du 6 octobre 2009 renforçant le droit des victimes d’infractions pénales, Luxembourg: Memorial A –– N° 206, available at: www.legilux.public.lu/leg/a/archives/2009/ 0206/a206.pdf51 Luxebmourg, Code d'Instruction Criminelle, TITRE III. - Des juridictions d'instruction, available at: www.legilux.public.lu/leg/textescoordonnes/codes/code_instruction_criminelle/cic_L1T3.pdf
Right to be heard. Sumitomo, the Supporting Senior Lenders, or the Supporting Subordinated Noteholders may raise and be heard on any issue arising in the Chapter 11 Case so long as such Party has, or is granted by the Bankruptcy Court, the requisite standing and where such effort does not constitute a breach of this Agreement.
Right to be heard. Before the Adjudicatory Chamber issues any final decision, the parties are entitled to submit their position, to present evidence and to inspect evidence to be considered by the Adjudicatory Chamber in reaching its decision. These rights may be restricted in exceptional circumstances, such as when confidential matters need to be safeguarded, witnesses need to be protected or if it is required to establish the elements of the proceedings.
Right to be heard. So far as the orderly conduct of public business permits, any interested person has the right to appear before the Commission or any municipal council or any County or municipal agency, board or department for the presentation, adjustment or determination of an issue, request or controversy within the jurisdiction of the governmental entity involved; provided, nothing herein shall prohibit the Commission or any municipal council from referringa matter to a committee of each of their respective bodies to conduct a public hearing, unless prohibited by law. Matters shall be scheduled for the convenience of the public, and the agenda shall be divided into approximate time periods so that the public may know approximately when a matter will be heard. Nothing herein shall prohibit any governmental entity or agency from imposing reasonable time limits for the presentation of a matter.