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147 of 1984, and amendments stipulate that the locally-assembled cars are treated in accordance with the specific value of the vehicles including only sales tax.
MPs rejected the proposal of deputy Samia Abou (Democratic Current) to amend Article 28, which stipulates the establishment of a commission for granting and revocation of licenses.
Article "1" stipulates that the landlord of any property or part of it, or the tenant, if so agreed with the landlord, shall pay 5 per cent of the total lease value shown in the lease contract.
The legislation stipulates that those who will run for membership of provincial councils must be Jordanians since at least 10 years and at least 25-year-old.
The law stipulates that military service is incumbent on citizens who reach the age of 18 but are not older than 35.
08, of 2015 stipulates the adoption of the general organisational structure of the Amiri Diwan in the emirate.
The amendment stipulates for imposing penalties of jail time of 1 to 3 years and a fine of SYP 300,000 to 500,000 for anyone who practices medical lab work without a proper license.
The agreement stipulates the transition of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan to the next stage of integration after the Customs Union and the common economic space.
The second article of the decree stipulates the division of each electoral district into constituencies as follows -- Muharraq District (eight), Northern District (12) and Southern District (10).
The new regulation stipulates that any new activity, or change, renewal, or stopping a licensed activity should be carried out with the permission from the ministry and other government department related to the activity.
The new law stipulates that the committee shall have a chairman and vice chairman, both engineers of the MMUP.
The collective agreement governs the relationship between the employees and the employer as part of a social partnership, mutual responsibility of the parties, and stipulates that the Company s employees should be provided with additional benefits and guarantees apart from those stipulated in the existing legislation and other statutory regulations.