Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
They are conducted by a so-called "judge-mediator" after the commencement of proceedings.
In some jurisdictions there are restrictions on the commencement of proceedings without a vote of a general meeting.
Prompt commencement of proceedings is of importance for the maximisation of interest.
Are these dates of commencement of proceedings or decree nisi or decree absolute?
On 15 November the Criminal Chamber decided that Dreyfus be informed of the commencement of proceedings for the revision and returned to France to present his defense.
Third parties are those outside a bilateral relationship, whether formally created, for example by treaty or the commencement of proceedings, or occurring through events such as the outbreak of armed conflict.
The commencement of proceedings before the Court of Justice is preceded by a preliminary procedure conducted by the Commission, which gives the Member State the opportunity to reply to the complaints against it.
Earlier on Friday, the City of London's planning and transportation committee voted overwhelmingly in favour of "the commencement of proceedings to remove the encampment" because it constituted an "unreasonable user of the highway".
Finally, an act of aggression is coercive and, unlike the commencement of proceedings which accords with the obligation upon States to settle disputes peacefully, involves the commission of an illegal act to which a third party must respond.
The legitimacy of this claim is shown by Nicaragua's subsequent commencement of proceedings against Costa Rica and Honduras in which Honduras alleged that the Nicaraguan claims constituted an 'artificial and arbitrary' dividing up of the tension within the area.
The United States expert sought to re-assure the Commission that pre-trial discovery procedures in his country were all after the commencement of proceedings (the relevance of this being, presumably, that it picks up the requirement of Article 1(2) of the Convention) and were under the control of a judge.