legal cap


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legal cap

n
(Law) US ruled writing paper, about 8 by 13 inches with the fold at the top, for use by lawyers
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He told the committee a legal cap on profits is the best way forward.
In 1996 a legal cap was placed on Conurbano fund transfers to Buenos Aires at ARS650 million.
First, the funding goes to private hospitals to cover expenses up to a legal cap which is approximately 25 percent depending on the hospital.
And a legal cap on chemical pollution running into the Reef's waters would build Reef resilience and help it survive while the world tackles climate change," Leck said.
Another sterling crisis beckoned and in July a statutory incomes policy was introduced - putting a legal cap on proposed wage rises for workers.
Mr Osborne imposed a legal cap on overall welfare spending - excluding pensions - during the last parliament in a bid to catch out former shadow chancellor Ed Balls.
To not expand the legal cap, advocates says, would put a serious economic damper on renewable energy growth in the state.
But Labour councillor Dan Howells also asks why it took the government so long to finally announce a legal cap on the overall cost of payday loans.
We need a legal cap on lenders and the level of interest they are allowed to charge.
not one sample showed aflatoxin concentrations exceeding the legal cap of 0.
real-time wholesale electric prices - meaning the amount that generators are paid on the spot market to produce power - shot up to $3,000 per megawatt-hour, their legal cap.
In other developments on Wednesday, the White House asked congress to raise the limits on BP's liability to cover damage from the spill beyond the current $75m legal cap.