court of first instance


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court of first instance

n
(Law) a court in which legal proceedings are begun or first heard
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Regarding the smuggler of Ivorian nationality, the spokesperson for the courts of Sfax said the Prosecutor of the Court of First Instance of Sfax 1 had initiated an investigation against him for having helped others to cross the sea illegally, while an arrest warrant has been issued against him.
The Legal Services of Banco Hipotecario del Uruguay inform that the Court of First Instance Civil Appeals, by unanimous judgment, of March 6, 2019, failed to confirm in totumthe judgment of first instance, of June 13, 2017, issued by the then second-degree Civil Court Judge, Dr.
The Court of First Instance appointed an engineering expert ("Expert") to review the Project's record and visit the site to determine, among other things: (i) the Project's progress, (ii) whether the Main Contractor engaged a new MEP subcontractor, (iii) the outstanding payment owed to the Subcontractor, and (iv) whether the Employer paid the equivalent payment to the Main Contractor.
The court of first instance although it had issued a judgment for a lower amount than the one deposited ordered the defendant to pay all the costs of the proceedings.
An employee, who stood trial for alleged Dh1.2m loan default, has been cleared of charges by the Court of First Instance recently.
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 court decided to schedule the next hearing on Jan.
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 2.4 million euro.
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.
The Court of First Instance hears cases and any appeals are sent to the European Court of Justice.
The Court of First Instance has likewise thrown out Endesa's claim that only the part of revenues linked to distribution activities should be considered in determining the turnover of the group's distribution businesses, excluding sums received on behalf of other companies, namely electricity generators and network operators.

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