compensation order


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compensation order

n
(Law) (in Britain) the requirement of a court that an offender pay compensation for injury, loss, or damage resulting from an offence, either in preference to or as well as a fine
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She imposed a compensation order for PS27,000 and a community payback order with the condition that Stewart must carry out 260 hours of unpaid work.
Additionally, a Compensation Order in the sum of Au9,500 was made in favour of the 2 complainants.
As well as the suspended jail term, District Judge Ken Nixon also made a PS500 compensation order.
He made a confiscation order for PS10,520 for income support, and a compensation order to Redcar and Cleveland Council for PS7,471 for the council tax and housing benefits, and ordered him to pay PS425 costs.
Michael Cole, 39, of Parkbourn, L31, charged with two counts of criminal damage - a compensation order of PS593.
Air France is appealing an earlier compensation order and the German tribunal handling the case asked the EU court whether the compensation duty still applied if the first leg of the flight was only delayed by 2.
Given 12 months' supervision with fines, costs and a compensation order totalling PS455 following a guilty plea.
The judge would make a compensation order based on Howie's ability to pay.
No compensation order was made as it was deemed inappropriate in light of O'Brien's jailing.
Apple Korea confirmed it had paid one million won ($950) to Kim Hyung-Suk, complying with a compensation order from a court in the southern city of Changwon.
The six-figure compensation order made on Thursday also includes funeral expenses.
The top court made the decision on Friday, finalizing the compensation order on Naoki Kumagai, a former Yakult vice president who was in charge of asset management.
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