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(iv) With regard to those refugees who might not wish to return, it would be an international responsibility to ensure that their property is fairly assessed and compensation paid without delay. (v) Compensation may be of two kinds: (1) compensation for the property which individual refugees may claim, and (2) compensation in kind, which would consist of territorial compensations for the settlement of refugees not admitted into Jewish territory.   (...) Preliminary Measures on Compensation 4. Under paragraph 1 (b) and 3 (f) of its terms of reference, the Economic Survey Mission is instructed to examine and make recommendations on the question of payment of compensation.  In this connection the commission feels that the Economic Survey Group should undertake as a matter or urgency a preliminary study of the question of compensation.  It is the commission's view that such a study should be directed toward the formulations of recommendations to the Commission on the following points: (a) The principles on which compensation should be effected by payment to individuals or by payments between Governments under international supervision; (i) Whether compensation is to be effected by payment to individuals or by payments between Governments under international supervision; (ii) Whether the question of compensation should be linked to the question of reparations and war damages; (iii) What kinds of property would compensation cover, viz. movable property, immovable property, etc..; (iv) Whether compensation paid to returning refugees can be accepted in lieu of restoration of their property; (v) What basis of evaluation is to be taken for the payment of compensation, viz. before or after damage, at what rate of currency exchange, etc.
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Score: 846821.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-210662/
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Date Title​​​ (Presented by) Language Doc No. 1 7/11/08 Provisional Agenda Doc No. 2 7/11/08 Provisional Rules of Procedure Doc No. 3 7/11/08 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Chapter I Principles Article 1 — Definitions Doc No. 4 7/11/08 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties Chapter I Principles Article 1 — Definitions Doc No. 5 27/02/09 Diplomatic Conference (Montréal, 20 April to 2 May 2009) to adopt a convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (general risks convention) (Presented by the Aviation Working Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 6 11/03/09 International Conference on Air Law (Presented by the Latin American Association for Aeronautical and Space Law — (ALADA)) (Available in English and Spanish only)         Doc No. 7 13/03/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by Germany) Doc No. 8 25/03/09 Comments on the two draft conventions (Presented by Egypt) Doc N° 9 26/03/09 Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc N° 9 Addendum No. 1 17/04/09 Addendum No. 1 – Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) (Available in English and Russian only)         Doc N° 9 Addendum No. 1 17/04/09 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Addendum No. 1 – Additional comments received on the two draft conventions (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 10 26/03/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft – Joint Industry Paper (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Union of Aerospace Insurers (IUAI), the London & International Insurance Brokers'Association (LIIBA), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), the Airports Council International (ACI), the Aviation Security Services Association International (ASSA-I) and the Aviation Working Group (AWG)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 10 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft – Joint Industry Paper (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Union of Aerospace Insurers (IUAI), the London & International Insurance Brokers'Association (LIIBA), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), the Airports Council International (ACI), the Aviation Security Services Association International (ASSA-I) and the Aviation Working Group (AWG)) (Available in English, French & Russian only)       Doc No. 11 30/03/09 Proposals on the two draft Conventions (Presented by Uruguay) Doc No. 12 Revised 07/04/09 Revised – Impact of the Proposed Unlawful Interference Convention (ICAO DCCD Doc No. 3) on Aviation Insurance (Presented by the International Union of Aerospace Insurers) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 13 09/04/09 The General Risk Convention: Incidence of Airline — Third Party Deaths and Bodily Injury on the Ground 1954 – 2008 (Presented by the International Union of Aerospace Insurers) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 14 17/04/09 Draft final clauses of the Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 15 17/04/09 Draft final clauses of the Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the Secretariat) Doc No. 16 17/04/09 Proposals on the draft conventions (Presented by China) (Available in English and Chinese only)         Doc No. 16 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Proposals on the draft conventions (Presented by China) Doc No. 17 17/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 17 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian only) Note: Revision No. 1 has been received and published in Russian on 23/04/09     Doc No. 18 17/04/09 Draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft, and draft Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the United Arab Emirates (UAE)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 18 Revision No. 1 20/04/09 Revision No. 1 – Draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft, and draft Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the United Arab Emirates (UAE)) Doc No. 19 20/04/09 Proposed text for revised paragraph 8.7 of the draft convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 20 20/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Additional compensation and exclusive remedy (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 20 Revision No. 1 4/05/09 Revision No. 1 – Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft Additional compensation and exclusive remedy (Presented by Japan) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 21 20/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Unlawful Interference Convention), and Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 22 21/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference or from general risks (Presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) Doc No. 23 22/04/09 Conferencia Internacional sobre Derecho Aeronáutico (Presentado por Paraguay) (Available in Spanish only)           Doc No. 24 23/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties and Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group)           Doc No. 25 23/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference or from general risks (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 26 23/04/09 Proposed text for insertion of new paragraph [Article 8] or [Article 18] of the draft Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by the Republic of Korea) Doc No. 27 24/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 28 28/04/09 Convention on compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties and Convention on compensation for damage to third parties, resulting from acts of unlawful interference involving aircraft (Presented by Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 29 27/04/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (Presented by the McGill University Institute of Air & Space Law) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 30 28/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Drafting Committee) Doc No. 31 30/04/09 Report of the Credentials Committee (Presented by the Chairman of the Credentials Committee) Doc No. 32 29/04/09 Report of the Preambular Clauses Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Premabular Clauses Committee) Doc No. 33 29/04/09 Report of the Preambular Clauses Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Premabular Clauses Committee) Doc No. 34 29/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Drafting Committee) Doc No. 35 29/04/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties (General Risks Convention) (Presented by the European Commission on behalf of the European Community) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 36 29/04/09 Recommendations of the Aerial Collision Working Group Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft Interaction with 1999 Montreal Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by air, and Other Relevant Law Doc No. 37 30/04/09 Report of the Drafting Committee on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties Comments on the Drafting Committee Report (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 38 30/04/09 Report of the Commission of the Whole on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 39 1/05/09 Report of the Commission of the Whole on the Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 40 1/05/09 Draft Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft (Presented by the Chairman of the Commission of the Whole) Doc No. 41 1/05/09 Compensation for damage caused by aircraft to third parties arising from acts of unlawful interference with aircraft operations or from general risks Closing remarks of the Air Crash Victims Families Group (Presented by the Air Crash Victims Families Group) (Available in English only)           Doc No. 42 1/05/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties Doc No. 43 1/05/09 Convention on Compensation for Damage to Third Parties, Resulting from Acts of Unlawful Interference Involving Aircraft Doc No. 44 1/05/09 Final Act Doc No. 44 Revision No. 1 2/05/09 Revision No. 1 – Final Act TOP OF PAGE ↑ Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 846567.9 - https://www.icao.int/secretari.../legal/DCCD2009/Pages/doc.aspx
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Insofar as part of the UNDT’s award of compensation for loss of opportunity was intended by the UNDT to compensate Ms. (...) In the present case, the UNDT gave no reasoning for the calculation of the compensation awarded to Ms. Mihai; nor did it specify what amount corresponded to in-lieu compensation and what amount was compensation for loss of opportunity. (...) Consequently, this Tribunal has no basis to award compensation in this regard. 25. However, we also award compensation for Ms.
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Score: 843995.6 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-724.pdf
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G.666 : Characteristics of polarization mode dispersion compensators and of receivers that compensate for polarization mode dispersion   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : G Series : G.666 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     G.666 : Characteristics of polarization mode dispersion compensators and of receivers that compensate for polarization mode dispersion Recommendation G.666 In force components Number Title Status G.666 (02/11)   Characteristics of polarization mode dispersion compensators and of receivers that compensate for polarization mode dispersion   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status G.666 (07/05)   Characteristics of PMD compensators and PMD compensating receivers   Superseded G.666 (03/08)   Characteristics of PMD compensators and PMD compensating receivers   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2014-05-15  
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Score: 842413.4 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-G.666
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Regarding the Appellant’s contention about the quantum of compensation, UNAT held that UNDT was in the best position to decide on the level of compensation given its... Full judgment Case digest 2010-UNAT-033, Mebtouche 30 Mar 2010 Compensation In-lieu compensation Remedies Compensation (see also, Compensation) Rescission Staff selection (non-selection/non-promotion) Full and fair consideration Selection decision UNAT preliminarily rejected the Appellant’s request for an oral hearing via teleconference, noting that his brief of appeal was sufficient and did not require further clarification. (...) Case digest 2010-UNAT-002, Parker 30 Mar 2010 Compensation In-lieu compensation Remedies Compensation (see also, Compensation) Rescission Specific performance UNAT considered the Appellant’s appeal and found that UNDT erred when it decided to give UNHCR the option to either pay compensation in lieu of reinstating the Appellant or quash the contested administrative decision.
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Score: 840970.9 - https://www.un.org/internaljustice/oaj/en/lieu-compensation
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In Figure 7-12-a, the distortion compensation-like post-compensation method is performed at the edge of the link. (...) For the uplink, a signal processor on a wireless terminal side also compensates for them. In Figure 7-12-c, multiple distortion compensations are also performed at the edge of the link, which is a combination of distortion compensations shown in Figures 7-12-a and 7-12-b. (...) In Figure 7-12-d, the distortion compensation is performed in the middle of link. For the downlink, a signal processor on the antenna side compensates for the signal distortion in the optical link.
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Score: 838412.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page606.html
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Article 1.4 Advisory Board on Compensation Claims (a) The Secretary-General has established the Advisory Board on Compensation Claims to consider claims for compensation arising from a service- incurred death, injury or illness and to make recommendations thereon to the Secretary-General. (...) Such compensation shall be payable at periodic intervals for the duration of the disability and in addition to compensation payable under article 3.1 (a), as applicable. (...) Article 3.8 Relation to non-United Nations compensation (a) In determining the amount of compensation payable under the present rules, the amount of any compensation or benefits under governmental, institutional, industrial or other workers’ compensation schemes, but not personal insurance, for which claimants qualify shall be deducted from any amounts payable hereunder.
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Score: 837026.4 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...iles/2020-08/Appendix-D-EN.pdf
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It will be referred here as the long term motion compensation frame buffer . We propose to introduce the following semantic at the sequence level: · memory_buffer_size : maximum number of I or P frames to be stored in the motion compensation frame buffer. · long_term_memory_buffer_size : maximum number of I or P frames to be stored in the long-term motion compensation frame buffer. (...) If set to 0, the current picture will be motion compensated from reference frames stored in the motion compensation frame buffer only. (...) Ptype equals to 1 or 4), then the reference frame for this forward prediction is signaled by ref_frame according to the following Table 1: Ref_frame 0 1 frame back: the frame is in motion compensation frame buffer. (it corresponds to the last displayed I or P frame) 1 2 frames back: the frame is in motion compensation frame buffer. 2 3 frames back: the frame is in motion compensation frame buffer. … … memory_buffer_size - 1 memory_buffer_size frames back: the frame is in motion compensation frame buffer memory_buffer_size frame stored into the long-term motion compensation frame buffer and indicated by use_long_term_prediction_frame .
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Score: 835939.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N48.doc
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In cases where a permanent loss of function is involved, staff members may be entitled to compensation. Related Info Claim compensation e-form Appendix D Medical expenses e-form Information for claims Claim compensation e-form Medical expenses e-form Contact Us Compensation Claims Unit The Compensation Claims Unit at the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG) is responsible for addressing compensation claims falling under the Appendix D to the Staff Rules for the organisations listed below. (...) In such cases, the Compensation Claims Unit remains the point of contact for the staff member. (...) Am I Covered Staff members wishing to file a claim for compensation under the Appendix D to the Staff Rules must notify the Compensation Claims Unit as soon as possible after the incident by email to contact us .
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Score: 835670.4 - https://www.ungeneva.org/en/about/compensation-claims
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The provisions on a Supplementary Compensation Mechanism would be an integral part of the convention on terrorism-related risks. 2.5 The Group subsequently developed the texts of two draft conventions, namely: a) Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties, in case of Unlawful Interference (commonly referred to as “the Unlawful Interference Compensation Convention”); and b) Convention on Compensation for Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties (commonly called “the General Risks Convention”). (...) This Article ensures that damage in any State Party would be compensated, whether or not the operator is from a State Party. (...) Compensation shall be paid by the SCM to the extent that the total amount of damages exceeds the Article 4 limits (Article 19).
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Score: 833798.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp011_en.pdf
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