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The Court held that the Revised Treaty, although not always expressly conferring such rights or benefits to persons, nonetheless allows their derivation from correlative obligations imposed upon Parties: "Where an obligation is [imposed on Member States (or a class of Member States) collectively], it is capable of yielding a correlative right that enures directly to the benefit of private entities throughout the entire Community." (28) This is a significant judicial development, one that makes the Revised Treaty potentially relevant in any case where a concrete duty is imposed upon a Member State.
Roger Pitton, Program Director, TV Business, Microsoft Corporation, will deliver the Keynote address "IPTV and the keys to keeping customers." Confirmed speakers represent the companies Affinegy, Enure Networks, HomePlug Powerline Alliance, Icron, IO-Homecontrol, Macrovision, moreTV Broadcasting GmbH, SPiDCOM Technologies, Telcordia, and Tilgin.
540 (stating that the act's provisions "shall extend to and include photographs and the negatives thereof.., and shall enure to the benefit of authors.., in the same manner, and to the same extent, and upon the same conditions as to the authors of prints and engravings"); U.S.
Over seven years later, that shock is recapitulated with Wentworth's return, an occasion to which Anne, forewarned, must "enure herself" (77).
A team of enforcement officers has been drafted in to enure that by-laws prohibiting dogs from beaches are obeyed.
Prior to this assignment he completed a 2-year successful enure as Chief Executive of Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO).
In November 2002, Saudi Arabia announced the formation of an oversight authority for Saudi charities to enure that donations to them do not end up in the hands of terrorist groups; the other Gulf states have instituted similar mechanisms with varying degrees of authority.
Postsecondary Institutions: Fall 1998" (Xianglei Chen); (15) "The Gender and Racial/Ethnic Composition of Postsecondary Instructional Faculty and Staff: 1992-98"(Denise Glover and Basmat Parsad); and (16) "enure Status of Postsecondary Instructional Faculty and Staff: 1992-98"(Basmat Parsad and Denise Glover.
By spreading the word throughout the region we can help enure the Midlands takes its rightful place in the evolution of UK.com.
TV bosses built their own court room at RTE headquarters to enure authenticity.
As it moves toward privatization, USEC has been jockeying to enure that competing uranium enrichment companies continue to be barred from bidding for Russian weapons fuel.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari on Friday said Prime Minister Imran Khan was committed to enure the release of Pakistani prisoners, languishing in foreign jails.
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