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The Applicant joined the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) in February 1995 as Chief, Building and Commercial Services Unit, Administration and Conference Services Division, at the P-4 level. He subsequently served on a series of contracts with ECA until November 1997, when he received a fixed-term appointment as Chief, Building Management and Commercial Services Unit (known as the Facilities Management Section (FMS)).
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Score: 723928.12 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2011-159.pdf
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The next day, 26 January 2016, UNON’s Chief of Commercial Operations referred the matter by email to the Chief Investigations Section of the UN/OIOS office at UNON requesting that he initiate an investigation of the incident. (...) Instead they relied entirely on the unsubstantiated allegations made by the IDF Manager in his complaint to the Chief Commercial Operations Unit. The said manager was not interviewed by the investigators. 21. (...) There are areas of law such as Tort and Commercial practice where persons may be liable, because by virtue of their position, they ought to have known or are deemed to know certain facts.
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Score: 685738.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-017.pdf
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The Job Opening for Chief, Service Delivery, GJO 45021 stated the following work experience requirements for the position: A minimum of fifteen years of progressively responsible experience managing complex service delivery and/or diverse logistics operations in military, commercial or international organisations. Management experience and technical leadership skills in a complex environment is required. (...) The USG/DM stated further that given the complexity and seniority of the position of Chief, Service Delivery, it was decided that, when determining whether candidates met the requirement of “managing complex service delivery and/or diverse logistics operations in military, commercial or international organizations”, the Personal History Profiles (“PHPs”) of candidates would be reviewed to ascertain if they had a minimum of 15 years of experience in at least three of the twelve service areas outlined in such Guidance. (...) The Tribunal finds that a minimum of fifteen years of “progressively responsible experience managing complex service delivery and/or diverse logistics operations in military, commercial or international organisations” is significantly different than a minimum of 15 years of “experience in at least three of the twelve service areas outlined in the USG/DFS”.
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Score: 679797.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-042.pdf
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The Applicant contests the job opening for a D-2 position posted on the United Nations electronic system, Inspira, on the grounds that, inter alia, it is discriminatory as the required American commercial certification favours American males at the expense of candidates from other member states, and is contrary to the General Assembly Resolution requiring consultation with the UNJSPF Investment Committee and Chief Executive Officer. 2.
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Score: 668268.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2015-036.pdf
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Page.21, para 48 4 Lesage v The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd, Privy Council Appeal 0027 of 2011 (2012) UKPC 41 Case No. (...) Judges do not judge 5 Ibid at para 46 and Porter v Magill [2001] UKHL 67, [2002] 2 AC 357. 6 Gillies v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Scotland) [2006] UKHL 2, [2006] 1 All ER 731, para 17. 7 See also Lesage v The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd at para 49. 8 Hauschildt v Denmark, judgment of 24 May 1989, Series A No. 154.
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Score: 664780.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2013-092.pdf
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It is unclear whether the valuation was for the lease of residential property owned by a landlord seeking a commercial return on investment or took account of the special nature of the UNDP/Gambia’s role as caretaker landlord. (...) Lekoetje further submits that the issue of determining the rent based on market value is false, because market value was only relevant for commercial rentals of property by UNDP. The RR’s residence is a government-owned property used for the accommodation of the RR, and not for profit and especially not for the UNDP’s profit.
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Score: 643364.75 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1227.pdf
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Group II Capital of a Commercial Bank Article 11 Capital of a Commercial Bank The registered capital of a Lao owned commercial bank should be no less than three billion kip. (...) Article 15 Rehabilitation Capital of the Commercial Banks Every year a commercial bank shall contribute zero point five per cent of outstanding total deposits of the past year to the Bank of the Lao PDR in order to create the rehabilitation capital of the commercial banks in case any commercial bank has financial difficulties. (...) Group III Organization of a Commercial Bank Article 17 Organization of a Commercial Bank The organization of a commercial bank is composed of the Board of Directors, the Managing Director, the general meeting of the shareholders and auditor.
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Score: 632917.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_40.pdf
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CHAPTER II: THE COMMERCIAL REGISTER SECTION 1: ITS MAINTENANCE AND OBJECTIVE ARTICLE 10: A register for enrolling merchants and commercial companies, called "The Commercial Register", is maintained at the Office of the Clerk of the Commercial Court. (...) SECTION 3: COMPANIES HAVING THEIR HEAD OFFICES IN THE KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA ARTICLE 17: LAW BEARING UPON COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS AND THE COMMERCIAL REGISTER 4 All companies engaging in a commercial activity, whatever be the terms of their formation and their duration, shall be enrolled in the Commercial Register. (...) ARTICLE 57: At the end of this transition period, the Ministry of Commerce and the Commercial Court shall cooperate in regard to the transfer of the Commercial Register to the Clerk of the Commercial Court.
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Score: 632846.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_47.pdf
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The definition provided by the Law of Commercial Court is taken to be sufficient. The Law of Commercial Court, obligated the merchant to keep certain commercial books and provided a set of regulations for their organization. However, due to the development of commercial activity and the resulting insufficiency of the organization stated in the Law of Commercial Court in connection with commercial books, a new law for commercial books was issued by Royal Decree No. (...) Article 12 entrusted the Minister of Commerce with the task of naming of the employees who would ensure the execution of the provisions of the Law of Commercial Register and the decisions made for the implementation thereof, in addition to the task of investigating any violation, similar to other Commercial Laws like the Law of Commercial Books and the Law of Commercial Agencies.
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Score: 630919.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/sau_e/WTACCSAU59A2_LEG_3.pdf
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In the classification there are two aspects of commerciality:  The commerciality of the quantities that the project produces. (...) The report distinguishes between commercial products and commercial assets, both of which are bought and sold. (...) Both techniques have proven powerful, and their proposed combination is expected to be useful in commercial applications of UNFC. Working Group on Commercial Applications of UNFC  Terms of Reference (15 December 2019) The Commercial Group will address:  How commercial considerations may affect the classification of projects and of each stakeholder’s interest in the projects.
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Score: 630483.9 - https://unece.org/unfc-and-commercial-applications-0
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