(85.) Fees in such cases, which may be awardable
(42.) Although the United States no longer directly indemnifies private nuclear licensees, limiting the total compensation awardable
to the public can still be visualized as an effective subsidy to the industry.
The remedies awardable
against a defaulting bailee might include: (i) specific delivery of the chattel, (ii) specific performance, injunction, and other equitable redress, (iii) damages, (iv) disgorgement of profits, and (v) the payment of a reasonable hiring charge.
Municipalities that comply with laws, awardable
to best region in the kingdom to a constituency which features high level of public cleanliness and least number of municipal violations as well as greatest compliance with municipal rules and regulations and most co-operation and co-ordination with municipal bodies, as well as the existence of aesthetic landscaping on the facades and front sides of houses and buildings.
Bahrain Airport development project awardable
by year end.
amount changes if a government lands a robot on the Moon first.)
(96) Indeed, it has been held that such damages are, independently of this notion, not awardable
under MIA 1909, because the definition of indemnity in the legislation is exhaustive of the insurers' obligations.
The trust refused to comply and at the start of November it was further fined for its conduct with a judge questioning if in cases where a court order is so flagrantly breached the amount of compensation awardable
should not be unlimited.
Insurers and those who represent them spy on victims in the hope of providing evidence which will help to diminish damages awardable
, and this practice is growing.
The Act limited damages awardable
in a private action against a company that participated in the DOJ's amnesty program that also cooperates with private plaintiffs.
(196) Alternatively, accords can be drafted to be enforceable through court or arbitral action, coupled with sums of liquidated damages awardable
for a demonstrated breach.
(12) Reasonable attorney fees and costs are awardable
to either the property owner or the governmental entity from the date of the filing of the circuit court action, for the prevailing party.