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dismissal

the termination of an employee's employment with an organization due to unsatisfactory work performance or breach of CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT. The term firing is sometimes used to refer to dismissal. See UNFAIR DISMISSAL.
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For example, he said, the civil proceedings rules dated back to the island's colonial days, as was the court registrar system, which still used books.
Civil proceedings are in train and it is in those civil proceedings that we do get the right to cross-examine, when those allegations can be tested.
He then launched civil proceedings against West Midlands Police.
Where courts dismiss civil claims against defendants, such defendants may not sue the people bringing the action unless they can prove that they (and/or their lawyers) abused the use of the civil proceedings in the case.
Furthermore, the conviction could subject her to administrative or civil proceedings related to her naturalization as a U.
Officials said in a statement: ''This relates to longstanding and ongoing civil proceedings in the United States, to which the Duke of York is not a party.
He also discusses alternative, government-initiated mechanisms for enforcing civil rights through criminal and civil proceedings.
The statement specifies that no profession or individual is above the law", adding in this connection, that the infringements in the media sector should be dealt with as part of civil proceedings not criminal proceedings.
UAE state news agency WAM reported that the new legislation is expecting to allow a shift from criminal to civil proceedings when dealing with debtors.
The court held that these circumstances do not run counter to either the judiciary's independence or the principle of equality of arms between parties to civil proceedings, in accordance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Sheriff Colin Miller will sentence him after the outcome of the civil proceedings over the dog dispute.
Family law expert Lesley Gordon said: "Grandparents can, and frequently do, raise civil proceedings to get access to their grandchildren.