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To begin to apply, operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). Several policies, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by, come into operation next month. The new law will come into operation on the first of January.
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It assumes that if and when this comes into operation, the PNP would be localized and the PC would be national in scope,' he said.
The operator also referred to operations for installation of Platform A19 and said it has the capacity to refine one billion cubic feet of gas and as platform B19 comes into operation it will also yield such an amount of gas.
This stage will be inaugurated in one year and a half after the plant comes into operation, that is, in three years.
Around 16,000 homes will receive their energy needs from this initiative when it comes into operation in 2017, it said.
A copy of the Order which comes into operation on 15th October 2015 together with a map showing the roads affected and a statement of the Council's reasons for making the order may be examined at the reception desks of the Council during usual office hours for a period of 6 months from 16th October 2015 at: One Stop Shop, Cherryfield Drive, Kirkby, One Stop Shop, Archway Road, Huyton, One Stop Shop, Aspinall Street, Prescot and One Stop Shop, Roseheath Drive, Halewood Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council will be considering in due course whether the provisions of the Order should be reproduced and continued in force indefinitely.
million the maximum amount that anyone can put into a pension fund and he also announced that PS25,000 per annum is the maximum amount that can be taken out of such a fund before the conscatory rate of 55 per cent income tax comes into operation.
City Council Notices NOTICE OF MAKING CITY OF COVENTRY (GOSFORD STREET) (BUS GATE) ORDER 2014 Coventry City Council, under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended), has made the above Order ("the Order"), which comes into operation on 2nd January 2015.
The newly opened terminal is equipped with modern technology and will be able to handle 700,000 tonnes of cargo annually and there will be 500 staff when phase two, scheduled to be completed by September this year, comes into operation.
The new cargo terminal is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and will be able to handle 700,000 tonnes of cargo annually and have 500 staff when phase two, scheduled to be completed by September this year, comes into operation, he said.
The newly opened terminal is equipped with start-of-the-art technology and will be able to handle 700,000 tonnes of cargo annually and have 500 staff when phase two, scheduled to be completed by September this year, comes into operation.
44) for electricty, but when the hydroelectric station comes into operation the payment will be reduced to between Q100 ($12.
Under the FATCA, which comes into operation from January 1, 2013, foreign financial institutions are required to inform the US Treasury Department's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of offshore accounts held by American citizens that are worth more than USD50,000.
We already know that police forces face falling budgets and will have to manage their resources more effectively when the single force comes into operation.
energy produced by the 160 megawatt (MW) plant, over a window of 25 years once it comes into operation, it was announced in November
The order comes into operation today and means officers can ask groups of young people to move away from the area if they are causing a nuisance, or have no reason to be there.