incapacity


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incapacity

Law
a. legal disqualification or ineligibility
b. a circumstance causing this
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How sincere and confidential we can be, saying all that lies in the mind, and yet go away feeling that all is yet unsaid, from the incapacity of the parties to know each other, although they use the same words!
In this way arose Feudal Socialism: half lamentation, half lampoon;half echo of the past, half menace of the future; at times, by its bitter,witty and incisive criticism, striking the bourgeoisie to the very heart's core; but always ludicrous in its effect, through total incapacity to comprehend the march of modern history.
At the time there was a strong feeling in the streets that the authorities were to blame for their incapacity to dispose of the invaders without all this inconvenience.
I knew, of course, that they must despise me now for my lack of success in the service, and for my having let myself sink so low, going about badly dressed and so on--which seemed to them a sign of my incapacity and insignificance.
the purpose of the contract is to guarantee the payment of benefits upon the realization of the risks as described hereafter: - guarantee 1: incapacity maintenance of salary, temporary incapacity of work capital death with optional: option 1: compensation scheme option 2: invalidity permanentoption 3: loss of retirement following a permanent disability-guarantee 2: incapacity maintenance of salary, temporary incapacity for work capital death permanent disabilityon optional: option 1: indemnity planoption 2: loss of retirement following a permanent disability
The court also ordered the OLR to attempt to communicate with Boltz to learn whether he wants to claim that he has a medical incapacity that would make it impossible to defend himself in the matter.
While incapacity can place a major strain on your finances, creating a durable power of attorney will help ease these potential burdens.
Mental incapacity can be a ground for dismissal from office if proven but, according to the Supreme Court, a declaration of mental disorder does not automatically translate into a judgment of mental incapacity to perform work as in the case of Metro Cebu Water District (MCWD) employee Vilma E.
The concept of incapacity has a large acceptation that can cover more situations.
MORE than 3,300 people on Teesside have been stripped of their incapacity benefits under new regulations.
Under the coalition, Incapacity Benefit, Severe Disablement Allowance and illness related Income Support began to be phased out and replaced by Employment and Support Allowance (ESA).
MORE than one in four people claiming incapacity benefits in parts of Wales have been found fit to work under the Tories' new benefits shakeup.