The following example is one which lists all standing orders
not yet received during the current year:
And one in six experience problems with standing orders
or direct debits, according to a customer survey by Which?
The recommended program called for development and implementation of standing orders
that required the nursing staff to review each patient for indications for influenza vaccination and, if indicated, administer the vaccine before discharge.
class="MsoNormalThe Standing Order
reads: "The whip of the second largest party or coalition of parties in the county assembly shall forthwith, upon a decision made under this standing order
, communicate to the speaker in writing the decision together with the minutes of the meeting which the decision was made." class="MsoNormalMr Mwaura added that Nasa is the recognised entity at the county assembly, and not ODM, thus any changes to leadership of the minority coalition should be made by Nasa.
The standing order
says the question must be received by the head of corporate governance no later than noon on the Friday preceding the meeting.
Sani Burra, therefore, begged the Committee that, 'We, therefore, crave your indulgence to quote order 4 of the standing order
2017 governing the requisite number of members present to form a legal and valid quorum.'.
According to the standing order
the establishment of homicide units at police station level will also ensure quick arrest of proclaimed offenders involved in murder cases.
What would happen if there was not enough money in a basic bank account to pay a direct debit or standing order
The forensic and technical staffs were given the duty of investigation, which against the standing order
of wing, the investigation of forensic staff has no legal value, but unfortunately the standing orders
of the wing were breached by the high ups.
Now under Standing Order
21 (3) (v) of the Sindh Terms of Employment (Standing Orders
) Act, 2015, a proviso has been added to the previous clause by which a delinquent worker can create difficulty for his employer to take action against him.