Dr Nerys Llewelyn Jones of JCP Solicitors said: "Our client made significant business decisions during the reference period
for expansion with a view to providing additional income for his sons who wanted to take a more active role in the business.
Using information obtained from its membership (Euro-Moulders members have an 80% market share of the sector), the highest and lowest price differences are calculated for each raw material against a reference period
In the future, the subsidy would be based on the size of the area farmed and on payments made during a historical reference period
for each fruit and vegetable product.
In the latest reference period
, the working age employment rate was 74.
p Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations From March 23, new regulations will limit working to an average 48-hour week over a four-month reference period
Robert Sullivan, of Strutt and Parker's Morpeth office, said: "All producers who were affected during the reference period
2000 to 2002 by force majeure ( for example, foot-and- mouth disease in 2001 ( compulsory purchase orders or were entered into agri- environment schemes could qualify under hardship.
9 inches) when averaged over England and Wales - just over twice the average of the 1971-2000 reference period
, according to data released by independent meteorologist Philip Eden.
It and the UK government opposed this, noting the pay rise came after the reference period
used to calculate maternity pay, (ending 15 weeks before maternity leave).
Many of the songs lovingly reference period
classics, from the infectious opening number, "Good Morning, Baltimore" (which echoes the Ronettes' "Be My Baby") to the anthemic finale, "You Can't Stop the Beat" (which pays tribute to Ike and Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High").
In the Current Employment Statistics survey of establishments, the reference period
is the pay period including the 12th of the month.
The pay reference period
is set at a maximum of one calender month but in many cases will be a week.
An unnamed person from Peter Mandelson's trade and industry department wrote: "The hours of non-hours work worked by a worker in a pay reference period
shall be the total of the number of hours spent by him during the pay reference period
in carrying out the duties required of him under his contract to do non-hours work.