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subparagraph

In the AIA documents, the first subdivision of a paragraph, identified by three numerals, e.g., 3.3.3; may be subdivided into clauses.
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- Ivan Kraljevic (under I) a.1, a.2, c.14, d., the criminal offense of Crimes against Humanity under Article 172(1)(h), as read with subparagraphs (e), (f) and (k) of the CC BiH, in conjunction with Article 29 and Article 180(1) and (2) of the CC BiH; and in relation to (I) section c.12., c.13 and d.
We note that cross references could also be made to the definitions in subsection 18(5) in the same manner as is done elsewhere in proposed subsection 212(3.1) (see, e.g., the language of proposed subparagraph 212(3.1) (b)(ii)).
P might argue, however, that the language in subparagraph (E) was not intended to cover situations in which P becomes" the common parent as a result of forming the consolidated group for the first time.
The first subparagraph shall be replaced by the following: "The Council shall frame the common foreign and security policy and take the decisions necessary for defining and implementing it on the basis of the general guidelines and strategic lines defined by the European Council." The second subparagraph shall be deleted.
The scope of subparagraph (b)(i) should be broadened in order to include hedging gains earned or realized by related entities.
New Rule 3.3 has the advantage of being shorter than its predecessor (as is discussed below, part (a) has three subparagraphs rather than the 15 subparagraphs of the old rule), making it easier to digest.
(D) DOCUMENTS ESTABLISHING IDENTITY OF INDIVIDUAL.-- A document described in this subparagraph is an individual's--
* Supports SB 438 and HB 221 but urges that at the end of subparagraphs (1)(a) and (2)(a) of these bills be amended to include additional limiting language pertaining to fraud or misrepresentation.
In contrast, in the dismissed charges in the trial judgment, pursuant to Article 283(d) of the CPC BiH, the Court dismissed the charge that the accused Rade Vlasenko, by the acts described in section 4 of the referenced part of the judgment, committed the criminal offense of Crimes against Humanity under Article 172 Paragraph 1 Subparagraph (h) as read with Subparagraph (h), in conjunction with Article 180(1) and Article 29 of the CC BiH.
(23) Draft subparagraph (n)(i) of the definition "investment property."