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FBR while refusing to stop issuance of these notices said that people who have been issued notices should file their responses to notices.
As many as 185 cases related to human rights and 58 cases on which suo motu notices had been taken were pending before the apex court till January 31, 2018.bsac-850950-18444963-placeThe CJP has taken suo motu notices of multiple cases during the last couple of months.
The chief justice remarked that those who wanted to criticise suo motu notices can continue to do so but 'I will keep taking notices in public interest'.
According to report of Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN), these Calling Attention Notices were addressed by 22 ministries and departments of the government.
Responding to the comment that newspaper public notice is "prohibitively expensive" compared with online (Comments, June 2013), let me say that you get what you pay for.
Utah, like many other states, requires that certain notice be given as a condition to making mechanic's lien and payment bond claims since such claims will likely result in an owner or contractor paying twice.
The Fifth Circuit held that for purposes of the starting date of the limitation period for filing a Tax Court petition, a notice of determination that is returned to the IRS as undeliverable is null and void if the IRS did not exercise reasonable diligence to determine the taxpayer's correct address.
In the past, Florida courts routinely upheld tax deed sales despite challenges brought by property owners who never actually received notices mailed by the clerk.
Under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, insurance companies must send adverse action notices to consumers whenever insurance premiums or rates are increased based on a credit score.
Participant notices have been required for large plans (generally more than 100 participants) since the 1995 plan year, and for small plans (generally 100 or fewer participants) since 1996.
Currently, I just received a second notice for an October expire date.
Any of these notices for an employee or for a dependent child who resides with the employee can generally be handed to the employee at work or mailed to the employee's home.
McClanahan of the Civil Court of the City of New York has ruled that the "Landaverde" holding, which requires property owners to add five days when serving notices to cure to tenants by mail, does not apply to service of the "Golub Notice."
Eight federal regulators, on December 23, 2003, announced an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) requesting public comment on ways to improve the privacy notices that financial institutions provide to consumers under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act).
Owing to the complexity of the I.T.A., the large volume of transactions reported by large corporations on their returns, the plethora and scope of issues, and the substantial number of steps and computations involved in the proper determination of a large corporation's tax liability, it is impractical to require large corporations, with respect to each issue, to specify all the "particular elements" in their notices of objections that would then become fixed in respect of the issues, relief, and maximum amount.