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Law Commission report on safety regulation of coal deposits in Wales a ‘milestone’

The independent body’s report, which was published last week, highlights significant shortcomings in existing legislation for the management, control and monitoring of disused landfills. It made 36 recommendations for improvement – ​​including the creation of a new supervisory authority. Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters, said: The safety of the communities living in the […]

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Parliamentary panel questions delay in appointment of Chairman and members of Law Commission of India

The three-year term of the 21st Commission, headed by former Supreme Court Justice BS Chauhan, ended on August 31, 2018. The three-year term of the 21st Commission, headed by former Supreme Court Justice BS Chauhan, ended on August 31, 2018. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice, headed by Rajya Sabha member and top […]

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Anti-doping bill is preventive law, not criminal law: Ministry tells standing committee | More sports news

NEW DELHI: The National Anti-Doping Bill which was presented to Parliament last year did not have “tough criminal provisions” as it was supposed to be “preventive legislation” although it authorizes the National Anti-Doping Agency to carry out raids to catch drug offenders, the Department of Sports said. In a report prepared by a standing committee […]

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Anti-doping bill is preventative legislation, not criminal law: ministry tells standing committee

The National Anti-Doping Bill which was presented to Parliament last year lacked ‘tough criminal provisions’ as it was meant to be ‘preventive legislation’ although it authorizes the National Anti-Doping Agency to carry out raids to catch offenders. , said the Ministry of Sports. In a report prepared by a standing committee of parliament and submitted […]

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The anti-doping bill is a preventive law and not a criminal law: the ministry told the standing committee

The National Anti-Doping Bill which was presented to Parliament last year lacked ‘tough criminal provisions’ as it was supposed to be ‘preventive legislation’ although it authorizes the National Anti-Doping Agency to carry out raids to catch offenders. , said the Ministry of Sports. In a report prepared by a standing committee of parliament and submitted […]

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Justice Department bypassed in filing presidential petition – Newspaper

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Justice has been bypassed in filing a presidential petition, asking for the interpretation of Article 63-A of the Constitution by the Supreme Court. The Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) Khalid Jawed Khan is of the view that since the reference is to Article 63, which is related to the Election Act, […]

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Coal landfill safety body needed in Wales, Law Commission report says

A NEW watchdog over coal deposits in Wales should be set up, an independent report has concluded. Tipping safety has become a pressing issue – and a political sore point between the Welsh and UK governments – since heavy rains in early 2020 caused landslides when tips collapsed. The Law Commission, which announced a consultation […]

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Alberta energy war room shielded from Freedom of Information Act, arbiter of rules

An arbitrator’s decision means the public won’t have access to information about what’s going on inside the Alberta government-funded oil and gas war room. In a decision released Monday, arbitrator Catherine Tully said the Canadian Energy Center is not subject to provincial freedom of information legislation. The legislature did not designate the government-created corporation as […]

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Governor signs Wyoming’s new nuclear regulations into law; tax exemptions for the use of domestic uranium begin in 2035

CASPER, Wyo.– On Monday, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed legislation changing the state’s nuclear power and storage regulations. Act of registration at home 59 includes a variety of provisions related to nuclear power generation and nuclear waste storage as the state works to establish a regulatory framework in anticipation of TerraPower’s planned construction of a […]

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Bill – Code of tax benefits

Parliament has approved the draft law on the tax benefits code (the “law”), which aims to bring together in a single act all the tax benefits existing in Angola, their rules and conditions. Repeal of tax benefit rules Certain laws granting tax advantages will be partially repealed when this law comes into force, in particular: […]

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Justice Department rejects dissenting members’ 5-year disqualification order: sources

“Disqualification can only be effected by a parliamentary act”, declared the Minister of Justice. The justice minister opposes the imposition of governor’s rule in Sindh, saying ‘it would backfire’. The Attorney General said that no draft had been presented to the Ministry of Justice. ISLAMABAD: The Federal Ministry of Law and Justice on Friday refused […]

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Justice Department proposes 6-month extension of Khaleda’s jail term

The Ministry of Justice today issued its opinion to extend the suspension of the prison sentence of BNP Chairman Khaleda Zia for another six months. “I gave my opinion on the application which requested a further extension of the prison term of Khaleda Zia. In the opinion, I said that the suspension of his prison […]

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Justice Department set to give its opinion on Khaleda’s appeal to extend his stay out of prison

Justice Minister Anisul Huq said on Wednesday they suggested keeping the terms of the suspended sentence unchanged. Documents used by Khaleda in his appeal for the extension have been returned to the Interior Ministry. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said the documents only reached the Home Ministry on Wednesday afternoon. Officials said a final decision on […]

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India News | The Ministry of Justice notifies the resignation of Judge Ganediwala

New Delhi, March 14 (PTI) The government on Monday notified the resignation of Judge Pushpa Ganediwala, who faced a series of judgments deemed controversial over the interpretation of what constitutes “sexual assault” under the protection of Children Against Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act. The Bombay High Court judge tendered her resignation on February 11. Read also […]

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The “rules” of the law on political parties criticized

By Gadiosa Lamtey Dar es Salaam. President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s directive to the Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Politics, Coordination and Parliament), Pindi Chana, to draft regulations that will govern political gatherings was received yesterday with mixed opinions from stakeholders. Some commentators said the idea was good but it was too early […]

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Inadequacy of billing interest: the PD decides to seek the opinion of the Ministry of Justice

ISLAMABAD: The Petroleum Division has decided to seek clarification from the Ministry of Justice on the issue of the mismatch of billing interest between the Ordinance, GSA and PPA, which creates an obstacle to recovering the surcharge from Gas Development (GDS), informed sources said. company registrar. The decision was taken during a meeting of the […]

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Scottish Law Commission details progress made in 2021

The Scottish Law Commission Annual report 2021 has been published. The report describes the progress of the commission’s law reform work in 2021. It explains the progress made in implementing the commission’s recommendations, describes the commission’s work to promote law reform and contains an overview of the publications planned for 2022. Commission chair Lady Paton […]

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Have your say on the Commission’s review of Personal Injury Law – Steven Smart

Steven Smart is Partner and Head of Glasgow Office, Horwich Farrelly Sections 8 and 9 of the Administration of Justice Act 1982 provide that damages may be awarded for necessary personal services provided to a person, or which they are unable to provide to someone ‘a, as a result of injuries sustained in an accident. […]

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Ministry of Justice tells CHS it cannot interfere in NAB affairs – Pakistan

KARACHI: The Federal Ministry of Law and Justice informed the Sindh High Court on Wednesday that the development of the National Accountability rules mainly concerned the National Accountability Office and that being an independent department, the Ministry could not interfere in its affairs. An Assistant Attorney General filed the Justice Department’s comments in a petition […]