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court

An organ of government belonging to the judicial department and charged with resolving disputes among parties.Courts generally have jurisdictional requirements providing that only certain disputes among described parties for certain amounts of money may be heard.If you file your grievance in the wrong court, you may be prejudiced when the case is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction and the time period during which to file in the proper court has expired.

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2) Le deficit du compte courant restera important, passant de 10,4% du PIB en 2017 et la dette exterieure de l'economie a encore depasse 80% du PIB, ce qui greve les reserves.
Les rapports sur le danger de ces sectes se limitaient, a l'epoque, au courant salafiste et wahhabite et l'islamisme arme ou djihadiste et moins, le courant chiite .
Also, the company has appointed Rick Daniels as publisher/CEO of the Hartford Courant Media Group.
Historical cartoons lifted from the Courant catacombs are the paper's contribution to the Throwback Thursday meme.
Sur l'ensemble du premier semestre 2014, le chiffre d'affaires a atteint 67,287 MD contre 44,226 MD courant la meme periode en 2013, enregistrant ainsi une remarquable progression de 52,1%.
Ronnie was soon playing a key role in the expansion of the Courant, and when Mike Sharman left the paper in 1984, Ronnie took over the reins as the Courant's sixth editor.
Travelers wants the court to declare the letter invalid, reports the Hartford Courant.
Le Courant a revendique, dans son message, l'application de la justice durant la phase de transition comme base pour batir l'avenir et le jugement de toute personne ayant commis un crime contre le peuple et sa revolution.
The next report found is from the Newcastle Courant of 10 January 1873, and includes this extract:
Summary: Memac Ogilvy Label did well at Cannes, but Nicolas Courant is not finished just yet, writes Iain Akerman
Film fans in the UAE have been exposed to the ultimate test as Courant arrived in town to promote his silent French movie at the Gulf Film Festival.
Summary: Eminent experimental filmmaker Gerard Courant, who holds the world record for the longest film ever made, the 156-hour Cinematon, is in the spotlight at the fourth Gulf Film Festival.