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In the context of the investigations the PTF looked into the relationship between the Procurement Section, Kohli and the companies associated with him and his father (TCIL and Thunderbird). (...) The Judge has indicated repeatedly during this case that there was no evidence that Cabrera had conferred any benefits on the two vendor companies or any other company. 16. Cabrera alleges that the UNDT erred on a question of law in determining that his summary dismissal was a proportionate sanction. (...) The Secretary-General argues that the UNDT did not err in finding that Kohli’s motive in providing “lavish hospitality” to Cabrera was to gain commercial advantage for the companies he represented. In his testimony, Kohli confirmed he supplied Bahel with benefits to secure an advantage for the companies that he represented in the United Nations procurement process.
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Score: 592819.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-089.pdf
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… The then manager of Infogenie told the Tribunal that this was a dispute that he would normally have dealt with but he was out of the country when the company secretary contacted him about it. Mr. Koutang’s father, the company owner was also unavailable as he was in hospital. (...) Koutang to sign two letters to the tenant, on behalf of the company, to protest his actions at blocking access. (...) Infogenie has often been the company that has provided this free manual labour that enables UNDP to save ‘Cost Recovery’.”
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Score: 591139.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-374.pdf
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R. and not on behalf of the company they represented; Case No. UNDT/GVA/2015/140 Judgment No. (...) “Fixing of steel bars”: the Applicant recommended awarding the contract to company R. M. R. although its quotation bore the same handwriting as the one submitted by company R. (...) The Applicant asked Mr. R. of company R. E., whom she knew, to get her three quotations for procurement of construction services; ii.
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Score: 583048.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-017.pdf
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The Abbottabad Zone Office requested quotations for installation of the generator and, on 29 March 2007, received quotations ranging from USD300 to USD900 from three different companies. The Logistics Assistant from the Abbottabad Zone Office contacted the three companies that had submitted bids and requested the only one that had agreed to travel to Battagram without advance payment, the Orient Electricity Company (“OEC”), to contact the Battagram Zone Office in order to arrange for installation of the generator. (...) Questioned by the Applicant, the OEC representatives admitted that, concerning the installation of the generator, their company had drafted the two quotations from its competitors using their letterheads. 7. (...) It was not he but his Administrative Assistant who showed the local electrician the quotations from the three companies and he tried to keep her from doing so.
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Score: 575921.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-207e.pdf
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He maintained a 22% shareholding in the company and was on the Board of Directors. 6. (...) The then manager of Infogenie told the Tribunal that this was a dispute that he would normally have dealt with but he was out of the country when the company secretary contacted him about it. Mr. Koutang’s father, the company owner was also unavailable as he was in hospital. (...) Koutang to sign two letters to the tenant, on behalf of the company, to protest his actions at blocking access.
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Score: 574174.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-158.pdf
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The Applicant, as part of her duties, assigned escort vehicles to UN agencies, while at the same time, holding a personal interest in a private company that provided escort vehicle services to the UN. (...) A staff member worked as a consultant for a private company for three years while employed with the United Nations, without the authorization of the Secretary-General. (...) A staff member co-founded a company for the purpose of providing certain services for remuneration.
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Score: 571752.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-124.pdf
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Article 4. Firm name of a company 1. The company has the firm name, which should contain the name of the company, instruction on its type, and also word " joint-stock company " or abbreviation "AO". (...) Charter of a company 1. The charter of a company is the document, determining the legal status of a company as of a legal entity. (...) The initial issue of company shares shall be placed in the close manner among the company founders, irrespectively of the type of the company. 3.
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Score: 568429 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ18_LEG_1.pdf
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I. Legal Status of the Company 1. Company is a legal entity starting from the day of its state registration. (...) Property of the Company is owned by the state and belongs to the Company on the full economic control basis. 6. (...) Authorized fund of the Company 7. Authorized fund of the Company equals to 366 million hrivnas. 8.
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Score: 567778.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../ukr_e/WTACCUKR59A1_LEG_19.pdf
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State companies shall be organized in the form of independent State companies or State corporations. 2. (...) Charter capital of a State company means the amount of capital the State invests in the company and which is recorded in the company charter. 11. (...) CHAPTER III Rights and Obligations of State Companies Article 12 Capital and assets of State companies 1.
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Score: 567086.13 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM38A1_LEG_3.pdf
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Capital providers are investors in partnership companies and founders of limited companies or public companies. (...) Article 30 Merger of companies may be made through two methods: - Two or more companies merge into a new company; - Two or more companies merge as one of such companies. (...) Article 31 A company may modify its type to another type of company.
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Score: 566112.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_27.pdf
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