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His car and his home were searched without a proper warrant; g. His United Nations ground pass was taken away; h. (...) In particular, Judge Peralta denied issuing a search warrant saying that he did not do so and would not have done so in the circumstances; b. (...) One witness described the searches of the Applicant’s car and apartment as being quite Draconian.
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Score: 457158.35 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-092.pdf
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GUIDELINES ON THE OBLIGATION TO SEARCH FOR AND LOCATE DISAPPEARED PERSONS
They identify mechanisms, procedures and methods for carrying out the legal duty to search for disappeared persons. 2. These guiding principles seek to consolidate good practices in searching effectively for disappeared persons, arising from States’ obligation to search. (...) The information and documentation related to completed search processes should be preserved in archives to which the search authorities should have access. 5. (...) Search protocols are an important tool in ensuring the effectiveness and transparency of the search.
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Score: 448591.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...nsf/get?open&DS=CED/C/7&Lang=E
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The investigator failed to search for exculpatory evidence. 15. The Respondent’s principal contentions are: a. (...) The Tribunal is disturbed by this assertion, as it is indicative of the investigator’s failure to search for, or even possibly consider, potential exculpatory evidence. 46. (...) There needs to be a demonstration of fairness and that exculpatory evidence has been searched for, and if found, taken into account. 52.
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Score: 447568.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-074.pdf
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On 3 January 2008, she was notified that she had not been selected for the post to which she had applied and would be separated from service in three months time during which she could undertake a job search. Case No. UNDT/GVA/2009/94 Judgment No. (...) An investigation was conducted into the Applicant’s complaint. 8. The Applicant’s job search period was extended until 7 July 2008 as she opted to make use of her annual leave balance.
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Score: 446796.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-111.pdf
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As a result and in accordance with changes envisaged, [the Applicant is] now being afforded a 60-day Search Period for the purpose of enabling UNDP a final opportunity to assist you with securing a new assignment.
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Score: 445644.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2019-067.pdf
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MEXICO: REPORT VISIT UNDER ARTICLE 33 OF THE CONVENTION
The establishment of the National Search Commission and local search commissions in all states is worthy of note. (...) The Ministry of the Interior then passes these funds on to the local search commissions and grants them federal resources to supplement their searches and strengthening activities. (...) CED/C/MEX/VR/1 (Recommendations) GE.22-07317 7 is to serve as the liaison for searches conducted outside Mexican territory in coordination with the Prosecutor General’s Office and the National Search Commission; the Inter-Agency Working Group on Pattern-based Searches, which is to expedite coordination among the institutions involved in searches and investigations; and the Bureau for the Search for Missing Migrants, which is to work to foster collaboration and coordination among civil society, the families of missing migrants and the National Search Commission.
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Score: 444529.83 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../VR/1 (RECOMMENDATIONS)&Lang=E
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MEXICO: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 4 OF ARTICLE 29 OT THE CONVENTION
Regulations governing the National Search Commission 29. The draft regulations on the National Search Commission are being reviewed and approved by the Ministry of the Interior. (...) The search commissions are fully empowered to carry out such work. (...) The aim of the North-East Regional Search Plan is to guide the joint activities of the various agencies involved in the search process in order to facilitate effective and coordinated strategies for searching for and locating disappeared or missing persons in the north-east region, which comprises the states of Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.
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Score: 444289 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=CED/C/MEX/AI/2&Lang=E
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DRAFT SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY GUIDE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
In some legal systems, to deal with this risk, search results are assigned a “currency date” indicating that the search result is designed to disclose the state of registrations in the registry record only as of the currency date and time (for example, a day before the search) and not as of the real time of the search. (...) As compared to asset-based indexing and searching, grantor-based indexing and searching has a drawback. (...) However, the identifier of the secured creditor should not be a search criterion for searching by the public generally.
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Score: 444159.33 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.48/ADD.2&Lang=E
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INFORMATION PROVIDED BY COLOMBIA ON THE FOLLOW-UP TO THE CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON THE SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION SUBMITTED BY COLOMBIA UNDER ARTICLE 29 (4) OF THE CONVENTION :COMMITTEE ON ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES
Lastly, with respect to the recommendation in paragraph 27, the State will present the main developments resulting from the regional search plans and the general efforts made to search for persons deemed disappeared and to ensure the return of remains, where possible, through the competent entities. 7. (...) CED/C/COL/FOAI/1 4 GE.22-08390 Disappeared in the Context of and Due to the Armed Conflict and the Special Jurisdiction for Peace has made it possible to join forces to support the search for disappeared persons, the identification of bodies, follow-up on reports of disappearances and the activation of the urgent search mechanism.9 16. (...) As regards including the status of the relevant procedures in the disappeared persons registration systems, the Unit for the Search for Persons Deemed Disappeared in the Context of and Due to the Armed Conflict plans to include a “search status” variable (found alive/found dead/not found) in the Universe of Persons Deemed Disappeared and the National Register of Disappeared Persons.
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Score: 444091.46 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=CED/C/COL/FOAI/1&Lang=E
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DRAFT SECURITY RIGHTS REGISTRY GUIDE : NOTE : ADDENDUM / BY THE SECRETARIAT
To deal with this risk, search results could be assigned a “currency date” indicating that the search result is designed to disclose the state of registrations in the registry record only as of the currency date (for example, a day before the search) and not as of the real time of the search. (...) However, the identifier of the secured creditor should not be available as a search criterion for searching by the public generally. (...) In other States, there is also an unofficial search. This type of search allows users to expand their search and for this purpose uses non-standard characters.
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Score: 443984.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CN.9/WG.VI/WP.46/ADD.2&Lang=E
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