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plaintiff

(formerly) a person who brings a civil action in a court of law
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There was, according to the evidence, "conflict between the claimant and her managers in a number of areas from early on in the claimant's employment".
This is just as the Kwara state High Court hearing the case in Ilorin on Monday ruled that the claimant, Abraham Adekunle, has not discontinued the case.
'The claimant only need to go to the bank and give their CDC account number and the bank will retrieve all the information on real time basis from the CDC system through CDC Pledge functionality and create a charge against these Refund Bonds with a simple click of the button.'
a refund claimant who has been issued the bond can sell the same to another person/bank at a price agreed between the two parties.
The DIFC Courts found it had jurisdiction to hear the application for relief in accordance with clauses in the Side Agreement and Shareholder's Agreement that opted into the DIFC's jurisdiction and amended the explicit terms of the memorandum of association ('MOA') which created the third claimant under the UAE Commercial Companies Law (Federal Law no.8 of 1984 as amended by Federal Law no.2 of 2015; the 'Commercial Companies Law').
A deduction is different from a sanction, which is a reduction made in Universal Credit payment made as a punishment when the claimant fails to fulfil the requirements of receiving benefits in the UK.
14, 2017, the claimant worked as a "team leader" for the employer, a commercial laundry facility operator.
'If they say the claimant was tortured without details, we have to check,' she said.
In these cases, deductions for rent or fuel costs are applied first, in order to protect claimant welfare.
In his response, Hinds wrote: "Universal Credit payments adjust depending on the amount a claimant earns, so that a claimant whose hours may change are financially supported and do not need to switch their benefit claim.