Section Eight


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Section Eight

n.
A US Army discharge based on military assessment of psychological unfitness or character traits deemed undesirable.
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TRAIN did not repeal section eight of Peza law,' she explained.
Landlords should be legally allowed to serve a Section Eight notice upon a tenant if they break one of the terms of their tenancy agreement only after one month.
FC lawyer Farooq Iqbal Khan said that these personals were dismissed under section eight and ten, for this two members Federal Service Tribunal Bench directed order for the reinstatement of 387 employees on their jobs and restored FC personal will give joining today.
Section eight presents the authors' recommendations for next steps and their summary of what GSF has achieved in less than 10 years.
which once housed Soderbergh's shingle Section Eight, and Paramount, home to Pitt's Plan B.
He was delivered by Caesarean section eight weeks premature on July 5, 2003, at the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital neonatal unit.
Handbook of Oriental Studies, section eight, Central Asia; v.
Scotland Yard said: said: "We can confirm a 35-year-old man accepted a caution at Camden police station under Section eight of the Human Tissue Act 2004.
Furthermore, section eight of the Contempt of Court Act 1981 states that jurors are not allowed to talk to anyone about their jury room deliberations.
Chesterfield subsequently served a notice on BHP under Section eight of the Act, requesting release from its landlord covenants.
Section Eight of the Local Government Bill giving local authorities "power to charge and trade" will pitch councils directly against local businesses, it says.
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