court of first instance


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court of first instance

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(Law) a court in which legal proceedings are begun or first heard
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The court of first instance held that the vendor removed only some of the furniture from the property, but it dismissed the action with the reasoning that the purchaser failed to prove the value of the removed furniture.
On 15 February, the Dubai Court of First Instance issued an unusually detailed judgment annulling the DIFC Courts' decisions,
The Indian owner of the company identified the accused at the Sharjah Sharia Court of First Instance and testified that he had no dispute with the worker.
Data link installed from the departmental center of san benito, peten to the criminal court of first instance of la libertad, peten
Based on the report, the Bani Yas Court of First Instance convicted the driver of accidentally killing the woman and causing injuries to her husband.
The two columnists, Ceyda Karan and Hikmet Ecetinkaya from the Cumhuriyet daily, failed to appear at the second hearing of their trial at the ystanbul 2nd Court of First Instance.
The competent court of first instance in Ljubljana has ruled that the Kragujevac-based Zastava Vehicles Group, will be compensated for the sales and service facility in the Slovenian capital, estimated at about 2.
They were convicted by the National Safety Court of First Instance on charges of establishing and managing terror groups to change the state royal regime by force and to change the constitution, communicating intelligence with an overseas terrorist organisation to commit hostile acts against Bahrain as well as a number of other charges.
On 30 April 2009, the Court of First Instance varied the Commission's decision inasmuch as it had not granted Activision Blizzard the benefit of the attenuating circumstances of its exclusively passive role in the infringement and, consequently, reduced the fine imposed on that company to 500,000.
Uelzen GmbH argued that the court of first instance had made errors when assessing the tax free scheme.
They then challenged the decision in the Court of First Instance, which last Wednesday upheld the decision but reduced the fine to 11.

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