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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT) : UNCITRAL INDEX OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
Choi Chong-sick (alias Choi Chong-sik) and Chu Ghin Ho trading as Chang Ho Company (31 March 1994) Case 66 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; Jean Charbonneau v. (...) Bracknell Corp. (25 April 1994) Case 184 - Canada: Federal Court of Canada (Trial Division); Continental Resources Inc. v. The East Asiatic Company (Canada) Inc. (22 March 1994) Case 186 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; A. (...) Kai Sun Sea Products and Food Company Limited (29 October 1991) Case 127 - The Supreme Court of Bermuda; Skandia International Insurance Company and Mercantile General Reinsurance Company and various others (21 January 1994) Case 182 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) v.
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Score: 1000929.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=A/CN.9/SER.C/INDEX/5&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT) : UNCITRAL INDEX OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
Bracknell Corp. (25 April 1994) Case 184: MAL 8(1) - Canada: Federal Court of Canada (Trial Division); Continental Resources Inc. v. The East Asiatic Company (Canada) Inc. (22 March 1994) Case 186: MAL 8 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; A. (...) Ltd. (1 October 1996) Case 367: MAL 8, 16(3) - Canada: Ontario Superior Court of Justice; NetSys Technology Group AB v. (...) Marketing Corp. (18 November 1994) 21 A/CN.9/SER.C/INDEX/5/Add.1 Case 127: MAL 16 - The Supreme Court of Bermuda; Skandia International Insurance Company and Mercantile General Reinsurance Company and various others (21 January 1994) Case 147: MAL 7(2); 16(1), (3) - Russian Federation: Moscow City Court; (13 December 1994) Case 148: MAL 16(2), (3); 34(2) - Russian Federation: Moscow City Court; Decision on the application to set aside the award made by the Court of International Commercial Arbitration at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry in case No. 214/1993 (10 February 1995) Case 182: MAL 5; 16; 34 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) v.
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Score: 999736.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...N.9/SER.C/INDEX/5/ADD.1&Lang=E
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“Benchmarking is the search for industry best practices that lead to superior performance.” - Robert C. Camp It is understood as the process for identification, understanding and adaptation of remarkable practices and processes of other organizations to help the improvement of its own performance BENCHMARKING has been used as a tool by the water sector industry over the last twenty years Key Concepts • Better service quality • Higher resources productivity • Higher satisfaction by Consumers • Higher general return for the company • Environment improvement • Basically higher operational efficiency 3 Objectives and Incentives of Benchmarking • Benchmarking of utilities should be based on in-house interest motivated by the need to improve performance and satisfy customers. • Data collection and analysis should translate into enhanced performance by utilities contributing the data.
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Score: 993703.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ca/presentations/benchmark.pdf
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New Booking Amendment Cancellation To : Bellinda Dwi Thyastuti, Senior Sales Manager E-mail: bellindat@mohg.com Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta Tel : +62-21-2993-7056 From: Fax : Email address: Tel : Guest's Information Mr/Ms Last Name Given Name Address Zip/City Code Country Passport Number Nationality Place & Date of Issue Date of Birth Passport Date of Expiry Place of Birth Reservation Requirements Room Type Superior Room IDR 1.600.000 ++ Deluxe Room IDR 1.900.000 ++ Room type request are subject to availability at the time the form is being received. * The standard check-in time is 2:00 pm and check-out time is 12:00 noon. * Airport transfers is available upon request Arrival Date Flight Number ETA Departure Date Flight Number ETD Airport transfer: Not required / Arrival / Departure / Round-trip Taxi Services Silver Bird Taxi at IDR 400,000 nett/car/way Hotel Limousine Service: BMW 5Luxury Vehicles at IDR 837,000Nett/car/way BMW 7 series at IDR 1,283,000Nett/car/way Toyota Alphard IDR 837,000Nett/car/way *Rates above are subject to change without prior notice since it is run by a third party company Guest's Preference Preferred Room Smoking Non Smoking No Preference Preferred Location Near the lift Away from lift No Preference Preferred Bed King Twin (Limited) No Preference Payment Instructions Credit Card Type: AMEX / Master Card / Visa / Diner Club / JCB Credit Card No.
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Score: 993703.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...nts/Group_Reservation_Form.pdf
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT)
Management Corpp. (20 May 2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Case 1010: NYC III, V; MAL 35, 36 — Canada: Ontario Superior Court of Justice No. CV-09-381678, Min Mar Group Inc. v. (...) Case 1012: NYC V(2)(b); MAL 36(1)(b)(ii) Canada: Ontario Superior Court of Justice Nos. CV-09-374167 and CV-09-380451 Abener Energia, S.A. v. (...) Case 1015: NY II(3); MAL 8(1) Canada: Ontario Superior Court of Justice No. 05-CV-303286PD3 Sport Hawk USA Inc. v.
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Score: 993331.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...N.9/SER.C/ABSTRACTS/102&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT)
Case 1650: MAL 35(2); 36(1)(a)(ii) Canada: Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (First instance) 2016 ONSC 7221 Entes v. (...) Case 1652: MAL 34(2)(a)(iv) Canada: Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (First instance) 2016 ONSC 604 Jacob Securities Inc v. (...) Case 1653: MAL 35(2), 36(1)(a)(ii), 36(1)(b)(ii) Canada: Superior Court of Justice of Ontario (First instance) 2015 ONSC 999 Depo Traffic v.
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Score: 992700.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...N.9/SER.C/ABSTRACTS/178&Lang=E
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CASE LAW ON UNCITRAL TEXTS (CLOUT) : UNCITRAL INDEX OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
Heinrich Fiedler Perforiertechnik GmbH (12 August 1994) Case 127: MAL 16 - The Supreme Court of Bermuda; Skandia International Insurance Company and Mercantile General Reinsurance Company and various others (21 January 1994) Case 147: MAL 7(2); 16(1),(3) - Russian Federation: Moscow City Court; (13 December 1994) Case 182: MAL 5; 16; 34 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) v. (...) Marketing Corp. (18 November 1994) Case 127: MAL 16 - The Supreme Court of Bermuda; Skandia International Insurance Company and Mercantile General Reinsurance Company and various others (21 January 1994) Case 147: MAL 7(2); 16(1),(3) - Russian Federation: Moscow City Court; (13 December 1994) Case 148: MAL 16(2),(3); 34(2) - Russian Federation: Moscow City Court; Decision on the application to set aside the award made by the Court of International Commercial Arbitration at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry in case No. 214/1993 (10 February 1995) Case 182: MAL 5; 16; 34 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) v. (...) Ltd. (9 September 1994) Case 184: MAL 8(1) - Canada: Federal Court of Canada (Trial Division); Continental Resources Inc. v. The East Asiatic Company (Canada) Inc. (22 March 1994) Case 186: MAL 8 - Canada: Superior Court of Quebec; A.
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Score: 992019.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...N.9/SER.C/INDEX/5/ADD.3&Lang=E
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ISSUES CONCERNING TRADE MARKS AND NAMES OF VARIETIES : NOTE
The delegation of Chile said that his country pays to use the trade mark superior seedless. He asked what would happen if the trade mark was removed from the standard as demanded by Sun World. (...) In the case of Sun World, a private company which is holder of the "Superior Seedless" Trademark, I am not TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2001/17 page 3 aware of the precise legal reasons which have motivated SUN World to request UNECE to delete that brand name. May I suggest you enquire with Sun World company on those reasons. You may also wish to explore the possibility of including a footnote to the trademarked brand name in the UNECE document which might read as follows: "According to a letter from Sun World of May 15, 2000 , "Superior Seedless" is a trademark owned by Sun World."
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Score: 983710.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2001/17&Lang=E
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 14Janssens300903.ppt European Panel FederationEuropean Panel Federation viewpoint on wood energy policiesviewpoint on wood energy policies Eva Janssens Eva Janssens (Economic Adviser)(Economic Adviser) European Panel FederationEuropean Panel Federation Members in 23 countriesMembers in 23 countries Particleboard 32.1 million m³Particleboard 32.1 million m³ MDF 10.5 million m³MDF 10.5 million m³ OSB 2.1 million m³OSB 2.1 million m³ WoodWood--Based Panel IndustryBased Panel Industry Pioneer in sustainable use of resourcesPioneer in sustainable use of resources •• Process hProcess heating eating (up to 91% needs) (up to 91% needs) and CHP and CHP withwith wood biomass wood biomass unsuitable unsuitable for recycling for recycling •• Supporting Supporting sustainable forest management sustainable forest management •• Continuously improving recycling rates Continuously improving recycling rates Sustainable resource management Sustainable resource management and respect for the carbon cycleand respect for the carbon cycle •• Thanks to sThanks to sustainableustainable Forest Management, Forest Management, the woodthe wood-- based panel industry has based panel industry has not benot beenen detrimental to the detrimental to the forest resourceforest resource: : European (EUEuropean (EU--15) forests15) forests grow by 4 mgrow by 4 m³³/sec/sec •• UUsing wood extracted from the forest for manufacturing sing wood extracted from the forest for manufacturing products contributes to sustainable developmentproducts contributes to sustainable development:: •• Wood products are Wood products are carbon sinkscarbon sinks •• Wood products require Wood products require little energylittle energy for manufacturingfor manufacturing •• Wood products are an Wood products are an energy source at the end of lifeenergy source at the end of life Raw wood consumption of the Raw wood consumption of the European particleboard industryEuropean particleboard industry (solid) virgin wood 24% sawmill by- products 62% recycled wood 14% 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 Latvia Denmark Switzerland Norway Sweden Finland Portugal Greece Austria Belgium UK Spain France Italy Germany sawmill by-products recycled wood (solid) virgin wood Particleboard wood demand 2003Particleboard wood demand 2003 x 1,000 dry tonnesx 1,000 dry tonnes 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% GR CH FR BE IT DK ES UK AT PT GE SE NO FI sawmill by- products recycled wood (solid) virgin wood EU Energy PolicyEU Energy Policy •• 19971997 White Paper on renewable energyWhite Paper on renewable energy •• Target WPTarget WP DDoubleouble the contribution of the contribution of renewable renewable energyenergy by 2010by 2010 Triple the contribution of bTriple the contribution of biomass iomass -- mainly wood mainly wood -- •• Increasing use of wood for energy productionIncreasing use of wood for energy production •• Governments in Europe are granting subsidies for Governments in Europe are granting subsidies for building and operating biomass power plants as well as building and operating biomass power plants as well as to the marketing of the soto the marketing of the so--called “green energy”called “green energy” •• Simultaneously, the taxes on the use of fossil fuels Simultaneously, the taxes on the use of fossil fuels increaseincrease •• This leads to increasing costs for wood products, This leads to increasing costs for wood products, making our companies less competitivemaking our companies less competitive •• Several production lines/mills for woodSeveral production lines/mills for wood--based panels based panels have already closed, others may follow! 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The European Commission writes:The European Commission writes: Wood plays a major role in combating climate changeWood plays a major role in combating climate change Greater use of wood products will Greater use of wood products will •• stimulate the expansion of Europe‘s forests andstimulate the expansion of Europe‘s forests and •• reduce greenhouse gas emissionsreduce greenhouse gas emissions •• by substituting for fossil fuel intensive productsby substituting for fossil fuel intensive products Commission is examining ways to encourage these trendsCommission is examining ways to encourage these trends Using wood to tackle climate changeUsing wood to tackle climate change EPF PositionEPF Position Let wood products Let wood products functionally functionally cascadcascade:e: •• PPrimaryrimary productproduct •• RRee--useuse and/orand/or •• RecycleRecycle •• EEventuallyventually use use wood wood as as an energy an energy sourcesource:: AFTER IT HAS BEEN FULLY USEDAFTER IT HAS BEEN FULLY USED Sound use of woodSound use of wood The vThe valuealue chain ofchain of thethe wood resource is at wood resource is at present present not respectednot respected:: material suitable for the production ofmaterial suitable for the production of woodwood--based products, is used directly based products, is used directly for energy generation for energy generation The The energy market is not governed by free energy market is not governed by free market principlesmarket principles:: unbalanced energy subsidiesunbalanced energy subsidies By recognizing the value chains I By recognizing the value chains II In summary € 118 / € 118 / dry tondry ton € 1044 / dry ton€ 1044 / dry ton 2 labour hours / 2 labour hours / dry tondry ton 54 labour hours / 54 labour hours / dry tondry ton •• Enhanced use of wood productsEnhanced use of wood products •• Encouraging Encouraging recyclingrecycling of wood byof wood by--products & residuesproducts & residues •• Support research on sorting & cleaning technologiesSupport research on sorting & cleaning technologies •• Improve the waste regulations Improve the waste regulations –– Wood residues that Wood residues that comply with quality standards are not wastecomply with quality standards are not waste •• Developing a definition of and appropriate requirements Developing a definition of and appropriate requirements for (secondary) wood fuelsfor (secondary) wood fuels Possible solutions Possible solutions IIPossible solutions II •• MMore intensified usage of ore intensified usage of wood residueswood residues, currently left , currently left behind in the forestsbehind in the forests •• Further Further improved timproved techniquesechniques for growing forestsfor growing forests, , resulting in:resulting in: •• increaseincreasedd yield per hectare of forest yield per hectare of forest •• improvimproveedd quality of harvested wood towards final quality of harvested wood towards final applications applications •• ReforestationReforestation of aof agriculturalgricultural landland,, recurrently becoming recurrently becoming available for alternative purposesavailable for alternative purposes •• Considering Considering short rotation forestryshort rotation forestry as agricultureas agriculture Conclusions and RecommendationsConclusions and Recommendations •• Avoid massive burningAvoid massive burning of wood for purely energetic of wood for purely energetic reasonsreasons •• Respect the value chainRespect the value chain of of woodwood--based based producproducts ts as as longlong--lasting pools of carbon,lasting pools of carbon, substantially contributing substantially contributing to climate change mitigationto climate change mitigation •• Do not Do not ““subsidise awaysubsidise away”” wood as a raw material for wood as a raw material for durable applications by favouring the firing of trees, durable applications by favouring the firing of trees, unless locally sociounless locally socio--economic and environmental economic and environmental considerations considerations are compellingare compelling Conclusions and Recommendations IIConclusions and Recommendations II •• Fully rFully recogniseecognise the superior the superior ecoeco--efficiencyefficiency of woodof wood-- based products and their supreme properties in based products and their supreme properties in recyclingrecycling,, with minimal energy use, as compared to with minimal energy use, as compared to other materialsother materials •• Focus future research policies on Focus future research policies on efficientefficient recoveryrecovery of of forest residues and development of biomassforest residues and development of biomass cropscrops specifically grown for energy generationspecifically grown for energy generation •• Propose a realistic Propose a realistic ““fuelwoodfuelwood--forfor--energyenergy”” targettarget Only burn wood after it has been Only burn wood after it has been fully and soundlyfully and soundly used !
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Score: 982778.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../presentations/14-janssens.pdf
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The workshop and will be hosted by Egyptian Airports Company (EAC) and Cairo Airport Company (CAC) in coordination with the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA), and will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. (...) E-MAIL TELEPHONE NUMBER(s) TRANSPORTATION BY TAXI TO MID OFFICE (Minutes) Sofitel Cairo El Gezirah Superior US$125.00 (S) US$145.00(D) Luxury US$145.00(S) US$165(D) Including open buffet breakfast Club Millesime US$175.00(S) USD195.00(D) Including buffet breakfast * 3 El Thawra Council St. (...) Ayman Helal Sales Manager h5307-re3@sofitel.com Or H5307-re4@sofitel.com Cc H5307-s16@sofitel.com Website www.sofitel-cairo-elgezirah.com (20) 27373737 60 Marriott Hotel Delux Room US$135.00 S & D Diplomatic Suite US$315.00 Special rate for group more than 10 persons direct deal with Marriott Saray El Gezira St., Zamalek, Cairo (202)27358240 cairomarriottreservation@marriott.com (202)27351090 60 Flamenco Hotel Reservation code: ICAO UN Standard Room US $ 82.00(SB+B) & US $ 92.00(DB+B) Superior Room US$92.00 (SB+B) & US$ 102.00 (DB+B) Tripple Superior Room US$129.00 Incl.
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Score: 982430.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0FOD%20Invitation%20Letter.pdf
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