exclusion clause

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exclusion clause

nclausola di esclusione di rischi
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He said the law regarding tax exemption existed but remained far from being implemented until November last year when the hospital moved an application in the FBR pinpointing the exemption clause.
We hope to bring this awareness to local Icelandic people and especially to lawmakers in their decision on rules, which we hope will have a religious exemption clause.
In 1939, Plotke, with great eagerness, informed HIAS that a colleague had helped identify a "rabbi-less congregation" that planned to issue him a contract in the very near future, so that he might fulfill the terms of the exemption clause.
The IC also cited that the exemption clause itself made it clear that " a public authority may allow access to information, if public interest in disclosure outweighs the harm to the protected interests.
A Victorian government spokeswoman said the exemption clause would apply to about 30 people per year brought before the courts on sexting charges and could potentially apply to hundreds of people already convicted and placed on the sex offenders' register for sexting.
In the Commons, he challenged Mrs May to commit to a "public services exemption clause from all future post-Brexit trade deal" but was told the UK Government was "not setting out, at this stage, the details of any particular negotiation that we are going to take part in".
A pre-commercial is a method for research and development service contracts subject to the exemption clause in the Norwegian Public Procurement Regulations of 7.
The court ruled that it had no jurisdiction on the matter because of the exemption clause cited earlier.
but under our statute, this exemption clause kicked us out from those actions.
But toeing the line of the UPA government, the PMO had cited an exemption clause in the RTI Act which allows withholding of information that could affect relations with a foreign country.
The ban includes, nevertheless, an exemption clause for Inuit-produced traditional seal products - but Canada has yet to invoke it.