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claim

Law a document under seal, issued in the name of the Crown or a court, commanding the person to whom it is addressed to do or refrain from doing some specified act.

Claim

 

in Soviet civil law, a demand by a creditor that a debtor provide payment of a debt, compensation for losses incurred, or payment of a penalty or that the debtor eliminate defects in products delivered, an object sold, or work performed. In the case of socialist organizations, the dispute shall be turned over to an arbitration tribunal before a claim is submitted. Organizations and citizens that are clients of communications and transportation agencies cannot bring suit against these agencies without first presenting the claim to the transportation or communications agency in question. When there are defects in goods that have a stated guarantee period and are sold through retail trade organizations, claims are submitted within such periods, which begin from the Gay of sale.

claim

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Among them are those claimable by individuals like rights to life, property, modesty, rights accrued from contract etc.
The fixed amount claimable under the participation right is equal to NT$50.
CIMB Bank inherited about RM14bil in legally claimable bad debts from its predecessor banks Bumiputra-Commerce Bank and Southern Bank with a net book value of RM4.
Although I cannot claim to have seen the final picture - as I understand, these things are no longer claimable on parliamentary expenses - it was a big-budget affair and generated substantial income for the hospital.
This original bonus rule stipulated that any player signed by a major-league team for a salary/bonus package exceeding $6,000 had to be placed on the major-league roster before the end of the season or be declared a free agent, claimable by any other major-league (or higher-classification minor-league) team.
But people with existing bookings ought to be aware: failure to travel because you didn't have a valid passport will not entitle you to a refund, nor is it claimable on the vast majority of travel insurance policies.
INDEPENDENT regulator to carry out annual review of maximum claimable amounts.
Some insurers contend that all hourly payroll incurred after the time period specified in the ordinary payroll endorsement is not claimable.
Refunds above the reasonable level are nevertheless claimable if formal evidence is kept (but it does not have to be sent in with the tax return, and usually will not be called for).
On the other hand, if the workers are employed to reduce the loss of income, the policyholder could claim the cost of employing them as Extra Expense, and if the labor costs were incurred to assist with the property damage, these costs would be claimable under the property damage portion of the claim.
We reject the Hobbesian view that in order to count as real, human rights must be legally enforceable, (20) and we also reject the related claim that, in order to be real, rights must in fact be "claimable" here and now against specific persons or organizations, (21) but we do agree that rights must be at least theoretically claimable to count as real--that is, some persons or organizations responsible for making good on the right must at least be potentially identifiable.
Notably, for almost two-thirds (63%) of GP-patient encounters involving PNs, no Medicare item was claimable for the practice nurse's activity, confirming that the Medicare data alone excludes the majority of PNs' clinical patient care work.