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d) The Respondent ought to investigate tipping practices within the UN Commissary before drawing conclusions that the tipping of Mr. (...) Before he left with the bag of shopping, the Applicant gave a folded Ksh200 note to Mr. Kifana as tip. Customers at the Commissary tend sometimes to give a tip to the cashier after being served. (...) He gave Mr. Kifani the tip in good faith and had no intention to steal. 45.
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Score: 949692.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-017.pdf
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PROPOSALS FROM MEMBER STATES FOR NEW ACTIVITIES : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
These proposals listed below will be made available, as received, in the meeting room for the consideration and action, as appropriate: · Business Synergy Club Network, Latvia · Promotion of the creation of supply chains and facilitation of access to international cooperation and finance · A compilation of SME development in the Commonwealth of Independent States · A yacht-building company that seeks international cooperation, Ukraine · The creation of a pilot business incubator for petty traders in cooperation with the trade union of small entrepreneurs, Ukraine · Enterprise development and business incubation related to waste treatment, Ukraine Proposal: A special page could be created under the auspices of the Working Party and incorporated into the UN/ECE industry and enterprise development website (www.unece.org/trade/entdev/main.htm).
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Score: 944800.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/WP.8/2001/2&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 376TH MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 27 JUNE 1956 : INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 8TH SESSION, EXTRACT FROM THE YEARBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION, 1956, VOL 1
SANDSTROM proposed the deletion from the text of article 8 of the words " government yachts . . . supply ships and other " because that enumeration had been rendered redundant by the insertion of the words " whether commercial or non-commercial ". 36. (...) Sandstrom's amendment to delete the words " government yachts, patrol vessels, hospital ships, auxiliary vessels, supply ships and other " was adopted by 4 votes to 3 with 3 abstentions. 41.
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Score: 944647.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/CN.4/SR.376&Lang=E
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QUESTION OF ANTARCTICA : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
IAATO was founded by seven private tour operators in 1991 and has grown to include 30 member and associate member companies in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.35 The majority of tourist ships to the Antarctic are IAATO members (all in 1996/1997, and all but one in 1997/1998). Some yacht operators are joining IAATO. IAATO members do36 not include companies with ships carrying over 400 passengers; at present, IAATO member companies agree to carry a maximum of 400 passengers per voyage.
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Score: 944546 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/54/339&Lang=E
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SEVENTH REPORT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED IN PURSUANCE OF RESOLUTION 253 (1968) CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF SOUTHERN RHODESIA
The Committee decided that among the cases already reported upon, two should be closed: Case No. 142, in which the Argentine Government had reported to the Committee on the measures it had taken in connexion with a tour to Southern Rhodesia by an Argentinian rugby team; and Case No. 160 concerning Southern Rhodesian participation in the World Yachting Championships. The Committee also opened Gght;newases conceking activities in sports and other international competitions (Case Nos. 166, 167, 174, 175, 181, 186, 191 and 192).
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Score: 941715.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/11594&Lang=E
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NOTE [TRANSMITTING FINAL REPORT OF THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1874 (2009) CONCERNING THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA]
S/2015/131 15-00593 20/313 Figure V Launches and transporter erector launcher of 9 July 2014 Note: ○1 TEL spotted at 14 August launch; ○2 Nodong; ○3 Scud ○A Horizontal centre of cabin front, ○B Tip of erecting arm. Source: The Panel. 38.
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Score: 941601.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2015/131&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT)
Y. 2008 Original in Greek Abstract prepared by Soterios Loizou A contract was concluded between a French seller and a Greek buyer for the sale of a sailing yacht for the price of EUR 204,916.39. The contract was concluded on 15 December 2003 with the submission of a purchase order form by the buyer together with the simultaneous payment of a EUR 30,000 deposit. The yacht had been selected based on its advertised features and, particularly, its weight, as these elements would allow the buyer to participate in sailing races and to accumulate funding and other sponsorships. Because the weight of the yacht was grossly misrepresented by the seller, being in fact approximately 1,300 kg heavier, the buyer sought compensation from both the seller and its agent in Greece for the price paid, as well as for other damages incurred as a result of the breach.
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Score: 938035.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...N.9/SER.C/ABSTRACTS/208&Lang=E
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FINAL REPORT OF THE 49TH SESSION
EBA welcomed the developments in EAEC and expressed their willingness to assist EAEC on this work and in bringing together the knowledge of the yacht charter market in Europe and best practices for qualifications of bareboat charterers and skippers in terms of Resolution No. 40. (...) The secretariat read the note of the Russian Yachting Association on the possible development of SC.3/WP.3 activities addressing recreational navigation, and specifically, pleasure craft chartering and routes for recreational navigation, among others. 50. (...) EBA transmitted the ICC model issued in the United Kingdom by the Royal Yachting Association. XI. Inland waterways infrastructure development and the environment (agenda item 10) Documentation: ECE/TRANS/SC.3/181, ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2008/17/Add.1, Informal document SC.3/WP.3 No. 20 (2016) 57.
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Score: 938035.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/98&Lang=E
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GE.09-24945 UNITE
The applicant for the national Certificate for Operator of Small Craft and the International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft of the I class (inland waterways) shall show knowledge of navigation rules, fundamentals of the vessels’ construction, theory of sailing yacht navigation, sailing technique and fundamentals of hygiene. (...) However, the certificates, which are established and based on this resolution, will remain valid until their expiration date. 58 Light signals marking of Ukrainian inland waterways has been replaced in conformity with Resolution No. 22. 59 A Decree of the Ministry of Transport No. 686 of 2 February 2004 provides for the issuance to operators of craft used exclusively for recreational purposes, that are not subject to the provisions of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers of 1978, of a certificate of pleasure craft operator for the navigation of the following two categories of craft: - craft of less than 30m length equipped with a power unit of less than 750 kWt (1020 h.p.); and - craft of less than 12 m length equipped with a power unit of less than 220 kWt (300 h.p.). 60 The United Kingdom Government issues these certificates through the agency of the Royal Yachting Association, which has been kept fully informed of the provisions of Resolution No. 13, revised, and takes them into account when operating the certification scheme. 61 The UK supports the application of guidelines on access for disabled persons for passenger vessels. (...) Should this legislation change, it would be our intention that certificates issued in accordance with Resolution No. 40 would be recognized on pleasure vessels of up to 24 metres in length. 2. (a) The Royal Yachting Association is the appointed United Kingdom authority to examine candidates and issue the certificates in accordance with annex 2 of Resolution No. 40.
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Score: 938035.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2009/10&Lang=E
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GE.10-24136 Econo
The applicant for the national Certificate for Operator of Small Craft and the International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft of the I class (inland waterways) shall show knowledge of navigation rules, fundamentals of the vessels’ construction, theory of sailing yacht navigation, sailing technique and fundamentals of hygiene. (...) However, the certificates, which are established and based on this resolution, will remain valid until their expiration date. 61 The light signals marking of Ukrainian inland waterways has been replaced in conformity with Resolution No. 22. 62 A Decree of the Ministry of Transport No. 686 of 2 February 2004 provides for the issuance to operators of craft used exclusively for recreational purposes, that are not subject to the provisions of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers of 1978, of a certificate of pleasure craft operator for the navigation of the following two categories of craft: • craft of less than 30m in length equipped with a power unit of less than 750 kWt (1020 h.p.); • craft of less than 12 m in length equipped with a power unit of less than 220 kWt (300 h.p.). 63 The United Kingdom Government issues these certificates through the agency of the Royal Yachting Association, which has been kept fully informed of the provisions of Resolution No. 13, revised, and takes them into account when operating the certification scheme. 64 The UK supports the application of guidelines on access for disabled persons for passenger vessels. (...) Should this legislation change, it would be our intention that certificates issued in accordance with Resolution No. 40 would be recognized on pleasure vessels of up to 24 metres in length. 2. (a) The Royal Yachting Association is the appointed United Kingdom authority to examine candidates and issue the certificates in accordance with annex 2 of Resolution No. 40.
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Score: 938035.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2010/11&Lang=E
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