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Sources said if the persons served notice fail to appear, they may face legal action.
A spokesperson for South Tyneside Council confirmed that its school nursing service had been served notice and that it is working with the current provider to help 'develop the service'.
Served notice to quit: Michelle Kelly and daughter Collette carried on working at the Victorian Tea Rooms despite locks on the building being changed.
Finnish telecomms operator Saunalahti Group Oyj said on Friday (1 July) that it had served notice to terminate the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement with Sonera Mobile Networks Oy, part of the Finnish-Swedish TeliaSonera AB.
Jesse Martinez and Nathan Pratt served notice that there is a new three to be reckoned with.
RaceTech managing director Sim Harris said: "We don't have a separate contract with Attheraces, so we fall with it, and therefore it has indirectly also served notice on us."
Anglican bishops do not have jurisdiction in other dioceses and Bishop Ingham has served notice that Bishop Buckle is inhibited from performing priestly duties in New Westminster, which is based in Vancouver.
3 BLACK DICE The Williamsburg quartet of Hisham Bharoocha, Bjorn and Eric Copeland, and Aaron Warren has served notice: Creating the soundscape of our as-yet-unheard future, they are the source of new sonic power.
They left the site at 9pm yesterday after they were served notice to leave.
7, the Tax Court served notice that a taxpayer's failure to strictly adhere to the Sec.
But Tory MP Roger Gale said his North Thanet constituency was being "flooded" with Czechs, Slovaks and Albanians, served notice that he would raise the issue in the Commons later this month.
The nation's largest union, the AFL-CIO, has served notice that it intends to be a major player in the upcoming debate on health care reform.