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Uruguay Round - Trade Negotiations Committee - Final Act Embodying the Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations - Corrigendum to the 30 March 1994 Text 30/03/1994 FORTY/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fortieth Session - November 1984 - Information Circular 13/11/1984 FORTY/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fortieth Session - 26-29 November 1984 - Provisional List of Representatives 26/11/1984 FORTY/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fortieth Session - 26-29 November 1984 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 28/11/1984 FORTY-SECOND/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Second Session - November 1986 - Information Circular 18/11/1986 FORTY-SECOND/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Second Session - 24-27 November 1986 - Provisional List of Representatives 24/11/1985 FORTY-SECOND/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Second Session - 24-27 November 1986 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 24/11/1986 FORTY-EIGHT/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Eighth Session - December 1992 - Information Circular 19/11/1992 FORTY-EIGHT/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Eighth Session - 3-5 December 1991 - Provisional List of Representatives 02/12/1992 FORTY-EIGHT/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Eighth Session - 2-3 December 1992 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 02/12/1992 FORTY-FIRST/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-First Session - Information Circular 11/11/1985 FORTY-FIRST/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-First Session - 25-29 November 1985 - Provisional List of Representatives 25/11/1985 FORTY-FIRST/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-First Session - 25-29 November 1985 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 28/11/1985 FORTY-SEVEN/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Seventh Session - December 1991 - Information Circular 22/11/1991 FORTY-SEVEN/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Seventh Session - 3-5 December 1991 - Provisional List of Representatives 03/12/1991 FORTY-SEVEN/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Seventh Session - 3-5 December 1991 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 03/12/1991 FORTY-THREE/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Third Session - December 1987 - Information Circular 24/11/1987 FORTY-THREE/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Third Session - 1-4 December 1987 - Provisional List of Representatives 01/12/1987 FORTY-THREE/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Third Session - 1-4 December 1987 - List of Representatives - [Revision 04/12/1987 FORTY-THREE/2/Rev.1/Add.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Third Session - 1-4 December 1987 - List of Representatives - Addendum 14/12/1987 FORTY-FIVE/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fifth Session - December 1989 - Information Circular 24/11/1989 FORTY-FIVE/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fifth Session - 4-6 December 1989 - Provisional List of Representatives 04/12/1989 FORTY-FIVE/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fifth Session - 4-6 December 1989 - Provisional List of Representatives - [Revision] 08/12/1989 FORTY-FOUR/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fourth Session - November 1988 - Information Circular 01/11/1988 FORTY-FOUR/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fourth Session - 7-9 November 1988 - Provisional List of Representatives 07/11/1988 FORTY-FOUR/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Fourth Session - 7-8 November 1988 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 09/11/1988 FORTY-NINE/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Ninth Session - January 1994 - Information Circular 20/01/1994 FORTY-NINE/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Ninth Session - 25-27 January 1994 - Provisional List of Representatives 25/01/1994 FORTY-NINE/2/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Ninth Session - 25-26 January 1994 - List of Representatives - [Revision] 07/02/1994 FORTY-SIX/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Sixth Session - December 1990 - Information Circular 15/11/1990 FORTY-SIX/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Forty-Sixth Session - 12-13 December 1990 - List of Representatives 12/12/1990 FOURTEEN/1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Distribution of Documents - Arrangements for the Fourteenth Session 08/04/1959 FOURTEEN/2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Place of Fourteenth Session - Arrangements for Meetings and Offices 13/04/1959 FOURTEEN/3 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Information for Delegations 11/05/1959 FOURTEEN/4 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - List of Offices of Delegations and Conference Secretariat 11/05/1959 FOURTEEN/4/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - List of Offices of Delegations and Conference Secretariat - [Revision] 13/05/1959 FOURTEEN/4/Rev.2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - List of Offices of Delegations and Conference Secretariat - Revision 15/05/1959 FOURTEEN/5 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Provisional List of Representatives 11/05/1959 FOURTEEN/5/Add.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Provisional List of Representatives - Addendum 13/05/1959 FOURTEEN/5/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - List of Representatives - Revision 16/05/1959 FOURTEEN/5/Rev.1/Add.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - List of Representatives - Addendum 23/05/1959 FOURTEEN/6 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Security Arrangements during the Fourteenth Session - Note by the Executive Secretary 16/05/1959 FOURTEEN/7 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Status of Credentials of Representatives - Memorandum by the Executive Secretary 21/05/1959 FOURTEEN/7/Rev.1 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Status of Credentials of Representatives - Memorandum by the Executive Secretary - [Revision] 23/05/1959 FOURTEEN/7/Rev.2 CONTRACTING PARTIES - Fourteenth Session - Status of Credentials of Representatives - Memorandum by the Executive Secretary - Revision 27/05/1959
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Score: 1277364.1 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/f.htm
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ARTICLE FORTY-FIVE The office of the court documents is obligated, prior to the holding of the hearing, to place the plaintiff, defendant or their legal representative, witnesses, experts and interpreter in the specifically assigned places. (...) ARTICLE ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE If the person summoned pursuant to the summons contained in the summons and appearance form issued by the authorities issuing summons and request for appearance refuses to reappear in the court, the court shall summon him for the second or third time. (...) ARTICLE TWO HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE If the session has been held in the office of the judicial panel, those present in the session shall step out of the session simultaneously with the announcement of the end of the trial, and after the decision is taken the parties to the claim are allowed to enter the session so that the judgment is announced to them.
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Score: 1246663.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/afg_e/WTACCAFG7A1_LEG_2.pdf
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Microsoft Word - CSocD56-Panel-Global-3rdReview-MIPAA Draft 11 December 2017    1      Commission for Social Development Fifty‐sixth session Draft Concept Note High‐level panel discussion on the High‐level panel discussion on “The third Review and Appraisal of the Madrid Plan of Action on Ageing” Wednesday, 31 January 2018, 10:00am – 1:00 pm United Nations headquarters, New York Conference Room 4 Background Following the adoption of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing by the General Assembly as an outcome of the Second World Assembly on Ageing, 2002 in which the Commission for Social Development was charged with the follow‐up and appraisal of its implementation, the Commission decided to review the Plan of Action every five years. At its forty‐first session in 2003, the Commission agreed to adopt a bottom‐up narrative approach for the review and appraisal. (...) The proposed high‐level panel to be held in 2018 at the fifty‐sixth session, will present the outcomes of the third review and appraisal process under the auspices of the Regional Commissions as well as highlight the focus for policy action over the next five years for the implementation of the Madrid Plan of Action and regional strategies. (...) The panel will be comprised of five panelists nominated by Regional Commissions and a moderator.
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Score: 1179707 - https://www.un.org/development...nel-Global-3rdReview-MIPAA.pdf
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Nordic countries statement -- UNCITRAL -- Sixth Committee (Legal) — 67th session General Assembly 67th Session 15 October 2012 Sixth Committee Report of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on the work of its forty-fifth session On behalf of the Nordic Countries Anniken Enersen Counsellor/ Legal Affairs Mr Chair/Madam Chair I have the honour to speak on behalf of the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway. First, let me extend our appreciation to the Chairman of the Commission`s forty-fifth session, Mr. Hrvoje Sikric (Croatia), for his presentation to our Committee. (...) General Assembly 67th Session 15 October 2012 Sixth Committee Report of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on the work of its forty-fifth session Anniken Enersen Counsellor/ Legal Affairs
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Score: 1149156.25 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...statements/uncitral/nordic.pdf
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Illegal use of the objects of copyright or related rights and also the illegal use of an invention, a useful model or an industrial design, the disclosure without the author’s or applicant’s consent of the essence of a scientific discovery, an invention, a useful model or industrial design prior to official publication of the information thereof and likewise the appropriation of the authorship or compulsion to co-authorship if these deeds are committed with the purpose to derive a profit and caused serious injury, - a penalty shall be imposed in an amount ranging from one hundred to five hundred monthly evaluation indices, or in the amount of one salary, or any other income obtained by the convicted person during a period ranging from one to five months, or recruitment to public works for a period ranging from one hundred and eighty to two hundred and forty hours, or by imprisonment for a period of up to two years. 2. The deeds stipulated in par. 1 of this article committed repeatedly or by a group of persons upon the preliminary conspiracy or by an organized group, - a penalty shall be imposed in an amount from five hundred to eight hundred monthly evaluation indices or in an amount of one salary or any other income of the convicted person obtained for the period from five to nine months or by arrest for the period from four to six months or by deprivation for a period up to five years with confiscation of the property or without it. (...) The illegal use of somebody else’s trade mark, service mark, firm name, name of the place of origin of goods or similar designations for the like goods and services if this deed is committed more than once or caused serious injury, - a penalty shall be imposed in an amount from two hundred to five hundred monthly evaluation indices or in an amount of one salary or any other income of the convicted person obtained for the period from two to five months or by recruitment to public works for the period from one hundred and eighty to two hundred and forty hours or by the arrest for the period up to six months or by corrective labor for the period up to two years. 2.
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Score: 1144955.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ13_LEG_4.pdf
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Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters In its resolution 52/231, the General Assembly decided that the preparatory work for its special session to be held from 5 to 9 June 2000, would be carried out by the Commission on the Status of Women at its forty-third and forty-fourth sessions and that those sessions would be extended by five days each to complete the preparations. (...) Preparations for the special session of the General Assembly entitled “Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century” The General Assembly, in resolution 52/100, decided to convene, in the year 2000, a high-level plenary review to appraise and assess the progress achieved in the implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women and the Beijing Platform for Action, five years after its adoption, and to consider further actions and initiatives. (...) In its resolution 52/231, the General Assembly decided that the high-level plenary review should be held as a special session of the Assembly for five days, from 5 to 9 June 2000. In the same resolution, the Assembly invited the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women to provide information in 1999 on the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action, based on its review of reports of States parties to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.
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Score: 1137281.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/Prepcom.htm
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In accordance with the provisions of rule 23 of the rules of procedure of the Conference, documents required for consideration of items on the provisional agenda shall be distributed by the Director General in all languages of the Conference to all recipients of the agenda not later than forty-five days before the opening date of the session. (...) With a view to focusing the debate on critical issues, it is proposed to introduce a speaking limit during the general debate of five minutes for representatives of Member States and ten minutes for Government Ministers and representatives of regional groups. (...) Reports of the Industrial Development Board on the work of its forty-eighth and forty-ninth regular sessions. Constitution, Article 8.3 (b) Rule 13.1 (c) 10.
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Score: 1135193.3 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/21736026/unido-file-21736026
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The amount of an administrative fine, imposed on citizens and calculated on the basis times the minimum amount of labour wages, may not exceed the sum equal to twenty five times the minimum amount of labour wages, that one imposed on officials may not exceed the sum equal to fifty times the minimum amount of labour wages and that imposed on legal entities may not exceed the sum equal to one thousand times the minimum amounts of labour wages. (...) Willful Elimination or Damage of Printed Materials Relating to Elections or a Referendum Willful elimination or damage of informational or agitational materials put up, in compliance with the laws, on buildings, or constructions, or other objects with the consent of their owner or proprietor in the course of an election campaign, of the preparation or of the conduct of a referendum, or making inscriptions or pictures on informational or agitational printed materials - shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine in the amount of from five to ten times the minimum amount of labour wages. (...) Bribery of Voters or Participants of a Referendum Handing in to voters or participants of a referendum monetary assets, or presents, or other material values, conducting a sale of goods at reduced prices or rendering services free of charge or under privileged conditions, as well as charitable activities in defiance of the federal laws on elections and referendums - shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine on citizens in the amount of from twenty to twenty five times the minimum amount of labour wages, on officials in the amount of from thirty to forty times the minimum amount of labour wages and on legal entities in the amount of from three hundred to five hundred times the minimum amount of labour wages.
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Score: 1118071.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_3.pdf
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Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters In its resolution 52/231, the General Assembly decided that the preparatory work for its special session to be held from 5 to 9 June 2000, would be carried out by the Commission on the Status of Women at its forty-third and forty-fourth sessions and that those sessions would be extended by five days each to complete the preparations. (...) Preparations for the special session of the General Assembly entitled "Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century" The General Assembly, in resolution 52/100, decided to convene, in the year 2000, a high-level plenary review to appraise and assess the progress achieved in the implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women and the Beijing Platform for Action, five years after its adoption, and to consider further actions and initiatives. (...) In its resolution 52/231, the General Assembly decided that the high-level plenary review should be held as a special session of the Assembly for five days, from 5 to 9 June 2000. In resolution 53/120, the General Assembly decided that the special session should be entitled "Women 2000: gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century".
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Score: 1113396.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/44agendapc.htm
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Geneva, 2 October 1997. Forty-fourth report of the Board of Trustees of the Special Payments Fund 1. (...) These included: one grant under the original terms of reference amounting to US$7,393; one grant under the terms of reference as extended in 1980 (1)   amounting to US$1,196; seven grants under the terms of reference as extended in 1989 (2)   amounting to US$55,730; five grants under the Terms of Reference as extended in 1992 (3)   amounting to US$49,007. (...) Grants paid included: one grant under the original terms of reference amounting to US$1,603; one grant under the extension of 1980 amounting to US$963; seven grants under the extension of 1989 amounting to US$40,672; five grants under the extension of 1992 amounting to US$27,801. 4.
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Score: 1112124 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../relm/gb/docs/gb270/pfa-15.htm
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