Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Information supplied by clients to their professional advisers will be received subject to an obligation of confidence.
Unsolicited information gives rise to difficulties for it is not clearly established whether this may be made subject to an obligation of confidence.
One further restriction on the type of information which may be subject to an obligation of confidentiality has been briefly mentioned above.
Trust: a relationship in which one person holds title to property, subject to an obligation to keep or use the property for the benefit of another.
Francome is important because the court recognised the possibility that information taken without anyone's consent, for example by espionage, might be held subject to an obligation of confidence.
His appointment was subject to an obligation of diclosure to the Province's Oberpräsident (Upper President), who had the power to veto.
However, even states that have not acceded to the Rome Statute might still be subjects to an obligation to co-operate with ICC in certain cases.
Not only is Nigeria under a moral obligation to hand Charles Taylor over to the tribunal, but it is also subject to an obligation under international law.
From an economic point of view, IT benchmarking replaces the market which is often subjected to an obligation to conclude a contract or does not exist due to lack of comparable services.
If we raise the thresholds we do not necessarily simplify life for local authorities, which are in any case subject to an obligation of adequate publicity under the current case-law of the European Court of Justice.
In 2001 she implemented a law legalizing Euthanasia in the Netherlands under certain extraordinary conditions, and only when extensive protocols had been followed by the physician, and subject to an obligation of full reporting to a governing body.
Under the Act the citizen is protected from arbitrary and oppressive harassment by the establishment of a special procedure for obtaining what is called 'special procedure material', defined, in broad terms, as material which is in the possession of a person who holds it subject to an obligation of confidence.
Information having the necessary quality of confidence which is supplied by one party of a contract to another for the purpose of enabling that other to perform a contract will usually be subject to an obligation of confidence so that the recipient may only use it for the purpose of that contract.