"Let a Writ of Partial Execution
be issued to implement the Supreme Court Decision in G.R.
7 resolution for the issuance of a writ of partial execution
The anti-graft court's Second Division said its order for the issuance of a writ of partial execution
will pave the way for the transfer of the P83-billion Coconut Industry Investment Fund (CIIF) to the government for the benefit of coconut farmers.
Similarly, slow and partial execution
of CIP projects may limit the fiscal impact of capital investment but would also constrain the economic benefits (annual growth averaged less than 2% in 2011-2016).
The new service will instantly debit the client's account for the trading value at the time the order is placed, and in the case of non-execution or partial execution
of orders, the remaining balance will be returned to the customer's bank account by day end.
Most savings resulted from the partial execution
of budgeted development projects, according to the Treasury's statement.
Announced plans are pretty much optimistic, and even partial execution
of given targets should lead to significant quotes growth of the company.
Liquidnet suggests in its response to the EC that, "Provided that the original order sent by an institution to a marketplace qualifies for the large-in-scale waiver, the stub also should qualify, as long as the stub results from a partial execution
of the larger order."
However, a review of data from Fl 10 events, dating back to 1987, identified 15 events (approximately 30 percent of the in-flight shutdowns) that were recovered by accomplishing full or partial execution
of the airstart procedures in the checklist.
Let us briefly focus on the identification of feasible partial execution
Cocolife, in particular, hoped that the Writ of Partial Execution
be recalled and they also wanted the Sandiganbayan to define and clarify its legal disposition.