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App Post Full Form in Law

It should be noted that as of February 12, 2014, a total of 554 Category II positions have been advertised. The outcome of the interviews was announced on 4 July 2017, during which 543 names were registered as selected candidates, while 11 positions in the ST category remained vacant due to a lack of suitable candidates. A judicial officer who serves in the judicial districts of Alabama and North Carolina and, like the trustee of the United States, is responsible for overseeing the administration of bankruptcy cases, estates and trustees; monitoring plans and disclosure statements; follow-up of creditor committees; follow-up of fee requests; and the performance of other legal tasks. An insolvency document that contains basic information about the debtor, including the name, address, chapter under which the case is filed and the estimated amount of assets and liabilities. Fees for a specific property designed to ensure the payment of a debt or the performance of an obligation. A debtor may still be liable for a lien after a release. The Sentencing Reform Act 1984 abolished probation in favour of a particular penal system in which sentencing is determined by sentencing guidelines. Now, without the possibility of probation, the prison sentence imposed by the court is the real time that the person spends in prison. A full-time court serving judge.

Compare with the senior judge. Latin for “friend of the court”. This is a consultation formally offered to the court in a brief filed by a company interested in the case, but not by a party to the case. Contracts or leases in which both parties still have obligations to fulfill. If a contract or lease is enforceable, a debtor can accept it (keep the contract) or reject it (terminate the contract). In accordance with Article 14, paragraph 2, the GPSC recommends qualified candidates as soon as the extent of the number of vacancies to be filled has been determined by the State Government. The state government had acted on the basis of relevant material and rational criteria, as evidenced by the facts set out in the affidavit of August 29, 2017. Based on the relevant data, the state government has come to the number of 374, which are the positions to be filled by the APCs,” the court noted. A form of discovery consisting of written questions that must be answered in writing and under oath. A written statement describing why a debtor owes money to a creditor, usually indicating the amount of money owed. (There is an official form for this purpose.) Allegation in an indictment or information accusing an accused of a crime.

An indictment or information may include allegations that the accused has committed more than one crime. Each claim is called a statement. Action brought by a plaintiff against a defendant on the basis of a claim that the defendant had failed to comply with a legal obligation that caused harm to the plaintiff. The formal written statement of a defendant in civil proceedings responding to a complaint and stating the reasons for the defence. A judge`s written explanation of the court`s decision. Since a case can be heard by three or more judges of the Court of Appeal, the opinion in appeal decisions can take various forms. If all the judges are in complete agreement on the outcome, a judge will write the opinion for everyone. If not all judges agree, the formal decision is based on the opinion of the majority, and a member of the majority will write the opinion. Judges who disagreed with the majority may write separately in dissenting or concurring opinions to express their views.

A dissenting opinion contradicts the majority opinion on the basis of the reasoning and/or legal principles used by the majority to decide the case. A concurring opinion is consistent with the decision of the majority opinion, but provides further comments or clarifications, or even a very different reason for reaching the same conclusion. Only the majority opinion can serve as a binding precedent in future cases. See also the previous one. It was noted that at one point, by notice dated 9 April 2013, a request was sent to the GPSC to fill 554 posts under the rules referred to as the Deputy Prosecutor in the General State Service Class II Recruitment Rules, 2008. `The common interpretation of Article 14(2) and Article 16(1) of those rules suggests that the RECOMMENDATION of the GPSC among the qualified candidates in the procedure for appointment would be to fill the vacant posts to be filled, the number of which is to be determined by the State Government. It is the number of vacancies assessed by the state government that would form the basis of the GPSC recommendation. The recommended number of candidates is in line with the requirement expressed by the state government, Judge Ajaria said. A set of questions that the debtor must answer in writing, regarding sources of income, transfers of ownership, actions of creditors, etc. (There is an official form that a debtor must use.) What the court found relevant was the assertion in the affidavit that the Chancellor General of the Supreme Court had indicated, by notice of 28 July 2016, that the Supreme Court had issued 275 ad hoc positions out of the 375 ad hoc posts mentioned above under the civil judge created under the Swarnim Gujarat programme. The Supreme Court also decided to convert the remaining 100 ad hoc posts to regular civilian judicial posts in various districts. The release of a person accused of a crime before trial under certain conditions in order to ensure that person appears before the court if necessary.

May also refer to the amount of bond money recorded as a financial condition for pre-litigation publication. A protocol that contains the complete history of each case in the form of short chronological entries that summarize the legal proceedings. A formal accusation by a government lawyer that the accused committed a misdemeanor. See also Indictment. Information presented in testimony or in documents used to convince the investigator (judge or jury) to decide the case in favour of either party. A procedure for resolving a dispute outside the courtroom. Most alternative dispute resolution methods are not binding and involve referring the case to a neutral party such as an arbitrator or mediator. The bankruptcy Code`s statutory order of precedence for unsecured claims, which determines the order in which unsecured claims are paid if there is not enough money to pay all unsecured claims in full.

A report prepared by a court probation officer after a person has been convicted of a crime, which summarizes for the court the basic information needed to determine the appropriate sentence. Federal agency responsible for collecting court statistics, administering federal court budgets, and performing many other administrative and programmatic functions under the direction and oversight of the United States Justice Conference. Similar to a preliminary injunction, it is a short-term order from a judge that prohibits certain actions until a full hearing can take place. Often referred to as TRO. A formal request for protection under federal bankruptcy laws. (There is an official form for bankruptcy filings.) The official indictment of a grand jury stating that there is sufficient evidence that the accused committed the crime to warrant a trial; It is mainly used for crime. See also Information. A person or company that files a formal complaint with the court. The informal name of Title 11 of the United States Code (11 U.S.C.

§§ 101-1330), the Federal Bankruptcy Act. The court took note of an affidavit issued by the state government in August 2017 stating that the sanctioned workload of civilian judges and first-class judges at the material time was 429, supplemented by the creation of 375 ad hoc positions under civilian judges and JMFC under the Gujarat Swarnim project, bringing the total number of positions to 804, of which 534 were vacant. A trial in which an accused is tried, informed of the charges in an indictment or in information, and asked to plead guilty or not guilty. An agreement for the subsequent performance of tasks under a contract or lease. A written document prepared by the Chapter 11 debtor or other plan proponent to provide creditors with “adequate information” to enable them to assess the Chapter 11 reorganization plan. Lists submitted by the debtor with the petition (or shortly thereafter) showing the debtor`s assets, liabilities and other financial information. (There are official forms that a debtor must use.) A full-time lawyer employed by the federal courts to legally defend defendants who cannot afford a lawyer. The judiciary administers the Federal Defence Lawyers Programme in accordance with the Criminal Justice Act.

A written and textual record of what was said, either in a proceeding such as a trial or in another formal conversation, such as a hearing or oral testimony. A claim that may be owed by the debtor in certain circumstances, such as when the debtor is a co-signer of another person`s loan and that person does not pay. An opportunity for lawyers to summarize their position in court and answer questions from judges. The characterization of the status of debtor after bankruptcy, that is to say free of most debts. (Giving debtors a fresh start is an objective of the Insolvency Code.) A meeting of the judge and lawyers to plan the trial, discuss the issues that should be presented to the jury to review the proposed evidence and witnesses, and establish a trial plan.

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