sub-clause

sub-clause

n
a subordinate section of a larger clause in a document, contract, etc
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Chidambaram told the court that only those bills meeting the requirements specified under sub-clause (a) to (f) of clause (1) of Article 110 of the constitution can be introduced as Money Bill.
In FIDIC's 1987 Red Book contract, the engineer was considered as impartial - sub-clause 2.
As per sub-clause 2 of Rule 22 of the TN Suspension of Sentence Rules, 1982, the period of or ordinary leave shall not exceed one month at a time unless the government makes an exception.
They examine each sub-clause of clauses 4-10 of ISO 14401:2015, which adopts the format and terminology of Annex SL, and they include updates to ISO 14001:2004 in ISO 14001:2015.
Had the contract contained an absolute warranty of quality, as is found in Sub-Clause 4.
further amendment is proposed In Article 6, (i) After clause 1,a new sub-clause 1(a)be added as follows;
As such, under this Sub-Clause of the Bank Mortgage Clause, any moneys becoming Payable within the ambit of the Underwriters' relative Insurance Policy, shall have to be paid by the Company to the Bank.
4 Casual Employment sub-clause (c) of the Nurses Award 2010 (Private Hospitals and Day Procedures Centres) states: "A casual employee will be paid a minimum of two hours pay for each engagement.
The pronoun "who" in this sub-clause is the object of the sentence (a clause must contain a verb, this being the difference between a clause and a phrase).
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) in Saudi Arabia is imposing two penalties of SAR 170,000 on Arab National Bank due to its violation of clause (A) of Article (46) of the Capital Market Law and sub-clause (1) of clause (B) of Article (46) of the Listing Rules.
32, sub-clause 7, where the president has the right to suspend an association, which doesn't conform with the rules and regulations of the BCCI.
Finally a new sub-clause has been added to the temporary clause 1 of the Regulation as follows: