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disregard

Social welfare capital or income which is not counted in calculating the amount payable to a claimant for a means-tested benefit

disregard

In air traffic control, it means to consider a radio transmission as having not been sent.
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Mr Nicolsons Bill proposes a blanket pardon for the living without the need to go through the disregard process.
The Government said it will not support a separate Private Member's Bill on the subject, which is set to be debated on Friday and proposes a blanket pardon for the living without the need to go through the disregard process.
While the phrase "manifest disregard of the law" does not appear anywhere in the statute, over the years, federal courts considering vacatur petitions filed pursuant to the FAA have recognized additional judicially created grounds for vacatur.
We want every war pensioner to claim this disregard, so would urge them to contact our benefits helpline for assistance.
9) In addition to the limited statutory grounds, there are various non-statutory ways (10) to overturn arbitrators' decisions, including party contracts to expand the scope of judicial review, fundamental fairness, public policy, and, most prominent, manifest disregard of the law.
In criminal cases attracting heavy media coverage, the questioning of potential jurors by lawyers and instructions from judges to disregard media reports probably cannot stem the effects of pretrial publicity, Kerr contends.
If the Government of Moldova condones the blatant disregard of Government contracts and obligations such as its contractual obligation to Intercomsoft under the Supply Agreement, it is not hard to understand why the World Bank recently reported that Moldova dropped from 88th to 103rd place in the World Bank's rankings of the ease of doing business in other countries," added Mr.
427, 436-437 (1953), which put forth the vacatur ground of "manifest disregard of the law," which also exists in Florida.
Councils around the North East who totally disregard war pensions, while assessing housing and council tax benefit, include South Tyneside, Castle Morpeth, Alnwick, Blyth, Wansbeck and North Tyneside.
Under Nebraska law the factors relevant to determining whether a corporation is, or becomes, a person's alter ego such that the corporate form should be disregarded include (i) diversion by the shareholder of corporate funds or assets to their own or improper uses and the fact the corporation is a mere facade for the shareholder's personal dealings and the corporation's operations are carried on by the shareholder in disregard of the corporate entity; and (ii) the absence of corporate formalities, the commingling of corporate and personal funds and expenses and the family relationship between corporate officers and the taxpayer.
2006), the court reviewed the "manifest disregard of the law" standard and, in doing so, clarified the requirements that must be satisfied in order to establish that an arbitrator acted in manifest disregard of the law.