Due notice definition

Due notice means notice published at least twice, with an interval of at least six days between the two publication dates, in a newspaper or other publication of general circulation within the appropriate area; or, if no such publication of general circulation be available, by posting at a reasonable number of conspicuous places within the appropriate area, suchposting to include, where possible, posting at public places where it may be customary to post notices concerning county or municipal affairs generally. At any hearing held pursuant to such notice, at the time and place designated in such notice, adjournment may be made from time to time without the necessity of renewing such notice for such adjourned dates.
Due notice means notice published at least twice, with at least seven days between
Due notice means notice given at least 8 hours before the revised starting time of the rostered tour of duty in question;

Examples of Due notice in a sentence

  • Due notice would be given for any change of personnel under item(b) above.

  • Due notice and a reasonable opportunity for correction must be provided to the apprentice.

  • Due notice would be given for any change of personnel under item (b) above.

  • Due notice of this meeting has been given by written notice to the South Jersey Times and the Courier Post, and is posted on the official bulletin board in the County Courthouse in Woodbury, New Jersey, and has been filed with the County Clerk’s Office.

  • Due notice must be given of the construction of such artificial islands, installations or structures, and permanent means for giving warning of their presence must be maintained.


More Definitions of Due notice

Due notice means notice THAT IS published at least twice
Due notice means notice given by posting the same at the courthouse door and at three other public places in the county, including those where it may be customary to post notices concerning county or municipal affairs generally, not less than 10 days before the date of the event of which notice is being given. At any hearing held pursuant to such a notice at the time and place designated in such a notice, adjournment may be made from time to time without the necessity of renewing such notice for such adjourned dates.
Due notice means notice published at least twice, with at least seven days between publications, in a newspaper or other publication of general circulation within the appropriate area.
Due notice means a notice published at least twice, with at least six days between publications, in a publication of general circulation within the affected area, or if there is no such publication, by posting at a reasonable number of public places within the area, where it is customary to post notices concerning county and municipal affairs. Any hearing held pursuant to due notice may be postponed from time to time without a new notice;
Due notice means a notice that has been given if written notification has been dispatched by registered post or electronically or hand-delivered to the last address registered with the Registrar of the person concerned, at the commencement of the period of notice required;
Due notice means that the Union (1) has sent a let- ter by certified mail, or (2) hand-delivered to the employ- er, notifying the employer that the employer has allegedly failed to make the proper contributions to the Pension Fund in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. The employer must submit proof, verified by the applicable trust, that they are in full compliance with all contributions to the applicable Pension Fund and must have the proof sub- mitted to and received by the Union within three (3) business days of the Union’s service of the notice on the employer. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the parties expressly agree that the decision of the Union wheth- er or not to allow workmen to be covered by this Agreement to work for the allegedly delinquent employer shall be at the Union’s sole and exclusive discretion and the Union’s deci- sion shall be conclusively final on all parties to this Agree- ment.
Due notice means notice published at least twice, with an interval of at least 7 days between the 2 publication dates, in a newspaper or other publication of general circulation within the appropriate area or, if a publication of general circulation is not available, by posting at a reasonable number of conspicuous places within the appropriate area. Posting shall include, if possible, posting at public places where it may be customary to post notices concerning county or municipal affairs. At any hearing held pursuant to the notice and at the time and place designated in the notice, adjournment may be made without renewing the notice for an adjournment date.