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Uid: 2005-028-002 1Claimant(s)Uid: 2005-028-002 1Claimant(s)
The caption of this action is amended sua sponte to reflect the State of New York as the only properly named defendant
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In the high court of swaziland in the matter of Case No. S. 78/81In the high court of swaziland in the matter of Case No. S. 78/81
The trial then proceeded against the remaining Accused who have for convenience been referred to throughout by their original descriptions of Accused Nos. 1, 2 4 and Accused Nos. 1, 2 and 5 were undefended
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In the matter between engen petroleum limitedIn the matter between engen petroleum limited
The tribunal, so goes the argument, should not substitute its own opinion for that of the employer. In this judgment I shall call this school of thought “the reasonable employer” approach or the “defer to the employer” approach
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Constitutional court of south africaConstitutional court of south africa
The appellants appealed unsuccessfully to the Supreme Court of Appeal1 against their convictions and sentences. The judgment dismissing the appeals was delivered on 16 May 1997. 2
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Writ of Habeas Corpus Robert Lowman Section I: Purpose and Content of the Petition and the WritWrit of Habeas Corpus Robert Lowman Section I: Purpose and Content of the Petition and the Writ
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In the supreme court of south africaIn the supreme court of south africa
State. He was' also charged with six other counts ("the lesser counts") to all of which he pleaded guilty, which pleas the State accepted. Having found that there were no extenuating circumstances in respect of the murder charge
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T makwanyane and m mchunuT makwanyane and m mchunu
Africa case No. Cct/3/94 In the matter of: the state versus t makwanyane and m mchunu heard on: 15 February to 17 February 1995 Delivered on: 6 June 1995 judgment
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Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218]Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218]
Us-ct-claims, [79-1 ustc ¶9218], Arthur A. Proulx and B. J. Cushman Proulx V. The United States, Agreements not to compete: Capital gain V ordinary income: Duress defense
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