THE Supreme Court verdict seeking immediate disqualification
of lawmakers who have been convicted with a jail term of two years or more in a criminal case is unlikely to change anytime soon.
Invariably, whenever there has been a disqualification
, there has been a reclassification.
The Warwick team also recommended that arrangements should be put in place to supervise and monitor all health and safety prosecution files, with a view to identifying cases where it would be appropriate to make application for a disqualification
Mr Hawes, 'Since the introduction of the Insolvency Act 2000 (on April 1, 2001), the disqualification
of company directors by undertaking, rather than by court order, is continuing to grow in popularity, delivering a massive boost to making the disqualification
of directors a more straightforward, quicker and cost-effective process.
The new regulations do, however, provide relief from disqualification
if a timely corrective distribution is made to the participant.
THE Supreme Court on Wednesday dealt a blow to the Centre's attempt to protect convicted MPs and MLAs from incurring disqualification
by dismissing its petition seeking review of its July 10 verdict.
Rock Hard Ten's disqualification
from second to third for interfering with Imperialism in last Saturday's $750,000 Santa Anita Derby cost the lightly-raced colt the difference between $150,000 and $90,000.
MacPhee admitted breaking the 60mph speed limit on June 28 last year, but appealed against the disqualification
The consultation document on road traffic penalties called for extended periods of disqualification
for dangerous drivers and proposed the introduction of a second tier of points for those who drive at excessive speeds.
Various county officials have reported disqualifications
under 20 percent.
The Government's Insolvency Service said this week that the periods of disqualification
were also getting longer.
First violation -- Disqualification
for 90 days to one year.