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The foodstuffs, whose owner cannot confirm their origin, and also those showing manifest signs of inferiority and therefore presenting a direct threat to human life and health, shall be subject to utilization or to destruction without carrying out an expert examination. Before such foodstuffs are utilized or destroyed, their owner shall denaturate them, using any technically available and reliable method, so as to exclude the possibility of its use as a food, in the presence of a representative from the state supervision and control body. 5. (...) Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 295 of April 16, 2001 supplemented Item 5 of these Regulations with the following paragraph: Responsibility for preservation of such foodstuffs shall bear their owner; 6. The samples (the specimen) of the foodstuffs, subject to an expert examination or to the laboratory studies (tests), shall be selected by a representative from the state supervision and control bodies in the presence of the foodstuffs owner. 7.
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Score: 930623 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_12.pdf
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Key documents Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) As a general rule, single nominations will be limited to two per country every two years, however, two or more countries may put forward joint nominations where collections are divided among several owners or custodians. In cases where the heritage exists in several locations, or has several owners or custodians, full details of each component, owner or custodian should be provided. (...) In the case of documentary heritage which exists in several locations, or several owners or custodians, full details of each component, owner or custodian are to be provided.
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Score: 930538.6 - https://en.unesco.org/memoryoftheworld/documents
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The savings rate is expected to decrease somewha t. The number of housing starts in 2000 was the highest in a decade and is projected to increase in 2001. (...) Roads were destroyed which of course resulted in logistic problems for the forest owners and companies. The timber cut will according to the forecast for 2001 probably increase slightly. (...) The certificate holders are the Viken-, Agder-Telemark-, Glommen, Mjøsen, Havass - and the Nord Forest Owners' District Associations, Norsk Skogsertifisering, Nortømmer, the forests of Norske Skog and SB Skog.
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Score: 930433.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...is/market/market-59/norway.pdf
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To implement measures that promote energy efficiency in housing, Governments need to create appropriate legal and institutional frameworks and introduce the right incentives for private owners. To support such efforts in the pan-European region, UNECE adopted Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing and published Good Practices for Energy-Efficient Housing . (...) So the next time you will look for an apartment or a house, make sure you carefully check its energy efficiency!
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Score: 929419.6 - https://unece.org/stories/save-energy
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Such documents shall be certified by the ship’s owners and shall contain all information as required in the forms. (...) Warehouse fees, deterioration and loss shall remain under the responsibility of the commodities’ owners. Customs officers are entitled to open containers subject to the customs’ specific management in the presence of their owners or of three witnesses who do not belong to the customs authorities. (...) Unknown identity of seized goods’ and vehicles’ owners; 4. Severe offence belonging to general criminal offences.
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Score: 929270.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Score: 929078.3 - https://unhabitat.org/project/...cal-economic-development-kenya
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We were chased from the house in which we were hiding. The owners  did not want to have their house demolished because of us. 
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Score: 928527.5 - https://www.un.org/ar/preventg...ies/36%20-%20Helena%202009.pdf
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Within the three main branches of building industies (housing construction, commercial buildings and public buildings) housing construction fared best. (...) The construction of one- or two-family homes is also expected to exert a stabilizing effect, especially as there has been a substantial increase in the funding for the scheme to promote owner-occupied housing of young families Apart from the construction activity the number of building approvals, too, was lower than in the previous year.While the decrease in approvals was particularly dramatic in multiple-dwelling unit construction, the permits for the construction of one-family homes increased considerably even. (...) By contrast, the owner-occupied housing field turned out to be stable due to the promotion (owner-occupied home allowance) and the favourable financing conditions.
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Score: 928451.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/market/market-57/gernany.htm
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Within the three main branches of building industies (housing construction, commercial buildings and public buildings) housing construction fared best. (...) The following indicators are mentioned in this context: § Financing costs for long-term building investments are at the lowest level for decades. § Prices for building sites have decreased in many cases given the sustained low general construction costs. § The mood of the building industry enterprises is cautiously optimistic. - 4 - § The construction of one- or two-family homes is also expected to exert a stabilizing effect, especially as there has been a substantial increase in the funding for the scheme to promote owner-occupied housing of young families Apart from the construction activity the number of building approvals, too, was lower than in the previous year.While the decrease in approvals was particularly dramatic in multiple-dwelling unit construction, the permits for the construction of one-family homes increased considerably even. (...) In total, around 440, 000- 460, 000 dwellings will come on the market in 1999. The overall housing construction activity remains therefore divided: § The relaxation trends on the rental housing market resulted in a further decrease of approvals and completions there. § By contrast, the owner-occupied housing field turned out to be stable due to the promotion (owner-occupied home allowance) and the favourable financing conditions.
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Score: 928451.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/market/market-57/gernany.pdf
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Chapter Four Land Transport -------------- Article 48: Goods imported by land must be taken to the nearest customs house through the designated direct routes. Carriers may not bypass the customs house without authorization, and may not place the goods in houses or any other place before taking them to the customs house. (...) The owners may re-export the goods within the period specified by the Director. If the owners fail to attend or to re-export the goods after being duly notified in writing, the goods shall be destroyed at the owners expense and the required verbal process in this regard shall be prepared.
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Score: 928070.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/jor_e/WTACCJOR17_LEG_1.pdf
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