Extraprovincial

Ex`tra`pro`vin´cial


a.1.Not within of pertaining to the same province or jurisdiction.
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Historicamente, se trato de un territorio caracterizado por la constante perdida poblacional debido a muchos factores como ser la decadencia de la explotacion forestal desde mediado del siglo XX (a causa de un uso no sustentable del bosque nativo), la migracion extraprovincial por razones laborales (principalmente, desde la decada 1970) y la carencia de servicios basicos como escuelas y hospitales.
29) These clarifications narrow the ambit of the fourth and fifth factors: provincial inability to enact the scheme and the extraprovincial effects of the non-participation of one or more provinces.
PROVINCIAL STATUTES CANNOT GIVE RISE TO A NATIONAL CLASS Restrictions on the Extraterritorial Effect of Provincial Law The Substantive Effects of Opt-Out Class Actions Bar Provincial Statutes From Providing for Their Extraprovincial Operation II.
Selon lui, l'intention legislative derriere les mots employes dans la loi demontre que le gouvernement federal tente de faire indirectement ce qu'il ne peut faire directement, soit de permettre aux provinces d'imposer le commerce extraprovincial tout en leur dictant comment utiliser les montants ainsi preleves (50).
El papel de Madrid como cabecera extraprovincial, que en 1980 es relevante por motivos sanitarios, lo es en 2006 por motivos comerciales.
23) Joost Blom, "Conflict of Laws - Enforcement of Extraprovincial Default Judgment--Real and Substantial Connection: Morguard Investments Ltd.
So, for example, while no significant statutes detail appropriate charities' administration costs, spending requirements, political activities, or extraprovincial operations, the provinces generally provide limited direction on issues such as fundraising, telemarketing, and property taxes.
In determining whether a subject matter has the requisite degree of singleness, distinctness, and indivisibility it is relevant to consider what would be the extraprovincial consequences of a provincial failure to deal effectively with the intraprovincial aspects of the matter.
6 CCP provides that Title I on arbitration proceedings is to be interpreted in light, where applicable, of the Model Law and certain documents related to it '[w]here matters of extraprovincial or international trade are at issue in an arbitration'.
Enforcement of Extraprovincial Judgments and In Personam Jurisdiction of Canadian Courts: Hunt v.
The sixth factor from Muscutt, the court's willingness to recognise and enforce an extraprovincial judgment rendered on the same basis, is also no longer an independent consideration.
The first requirement has been called the "provincial inability test"; briefly, it posits that to qualify a matter as being of national concern, a matter should have inherently extraprovincial qualities such that, practically speaking, no one province can manage the matter entirely successfully.