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compulsory

(kŏm-pŭl′sor-ē)
1. Compelling action against one's will.
2. Required.
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Accordingly, in article 7 ("The compulsoriness to put in motion and to exercise the criminal action") paragraph 2, it is provided that "in the cases and conditions expressly provided by the law, the prosecutor can waive performing the criminal action if, regarding the concrete elements of the case, there is no public interest in achieving its objective." In article 14 paragraph (2) it is provided that "the criminal action is put in motion through the indictment act provided by the law," so that in article 17 ("criminal action's termination") is provided in paragraph 1 that "during the criminal investigation, the criminal action is terminated through classing or through waiving the criminal investigation, in the conditions provided by the law."
3 Specify [] 1 [] 2 [] 3 why ((1) for pleasure; (2) compulsoriness; (3) necessity) 4 If you are [] 1 [] 2 [] others exempt, specify ((1) wholly; (2) partially) 5 Before [] yes [] no [] others university did you attend physical education classes?
(165) Thus, the extent of compulsoriness within the social health insurance might be limited due to the protection of individuals' liberty.
In order to produce their effects on the realm of action, these properties must be encoded in principles and submitted to the user for assessment; the user will then apply them to his or her behavior depending on the degree of compulsoriness of the rule.
On the contrary, the others are more flexible and, notwithstanding their compulsoriness, they can be amended according to their general principles.
The compulsoriness to use fiscal control equipment is relatively new in the Brazilian juridical system, established by the Federal Law number 9.532/97, and its integration with the microcomputers has changed companies' behavior, which invest now in commercial automation as a way to be more competitive.
Labeling is one method for addressing the credence good problem, requiring a number of regulatory choices concerning the labeling regime: compulsoriness (mandated or voluntary), explicitness (discrete or continuous), and exclusiveness (only government labeling is available or private firms may also certify).
For the first time principles of tax legislation have been included into the countryCOs Tax Code (principles of legitimacy, compulsoriness, fairness, clearness of taxation, consistency of taxation system, publicity of taxation legislation, presumption of good conscientiousness and legality).
A custom's validity is established by a number of factors, including: (1) habitual or long-established practice; (2) continuance without interruption; (3) continuance without dispute; (4) reasonableness; (5) certainty; (6) compulsoriness; (7) inherent consistency between customs.