More importantly, however, the regulations provided adequate notice
of the regulated conduct and satisfied the due process requirements.
He said: "Having given everyone adequate notice
of their intentions, the Zambian authorities and the UN are entitled to relocate the refugees.
But a judge quashed the order last month after solicitors for John Tudor and Sons argued the firm had not been given adequate notice
that the emergency prohibition order was being issued.
Pensabene of Rosenberg & Estis argued that the tenant had received adequate notice
regardless of the additional five-day mailing period and that the Landaverde rule was not applicable to a notice of non-renewal of lease in a non-primary residence hold-over proceeding.
with adequate notice
and an opportunity to become a party to a proceeding...."
But he sounds a note of caution: "If some smoking staff are accustomed to smoking at their workplace whenever they feel like it, it is important - and may be required by law - to introduce the measures only following adequate notice
, consultation and explanation.
Section 6015(e)(4) provides that, in an innocent spouse proceeding, the nonelecting spouse will be given adequate notice
and an opportunity to become part of the section 6015(b) or (c) proceeding (see "Spouses Can Challenge Innocent Spouse Relief Petitions," JofA, Jan.01, page 79).
Hence, TEI recommends that the result reached in TAM 9237010 (May 29, 1992) - which concludes that an information document request (IDR) concerning a method of accounting does not constitute adequate notice
- should be both expanded (so that an IDR does not constitute the "raising of an issue") and made broadly applicable to all taxpayers.
Moreover, while conceding that the regulations did not precisely define what would constitute impermissible conduct, the court believed they gave officers adequate notice
that high standards of conduct are required.(27)
" We give adequate notice
before carrying out demolitions.
Whilst the Nairobi county government said the ban was a means of curbing rising crime perpetrated by criminals on motorcycles, Mr Njagua argues that the decision was a blanket blame.He alleged that the decision only made unilaterally without consultations from key stakeholders or adequate notice