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Section 203 of the United States Code voids an assignment of a claim against the Government unless made after it has been allowed, the amount due has been ascertained, and a warrant for its payment has been issued.
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Section and 203
Section 203 of the United States Code has been interpreted as not applying to claims against the Government transferred in tax-free reorganizations.
In the United States, for example, it is a violation of Section 203 ( a )( 3 )( A ) of the 1990 Clean Air Act for a vehicle repair shop to remove a converter from a vehicle, or cause a converter to be removed from a vehicle, except in order to replace it with another converter., and Section 203 ( a )( 3 )( B ) makes it illegal for any person to sell or to install any part that would bypass, defeat, or render inoperative any emission control system, device, or design element.
The lottery is administered on an annual basis by the Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203 ( c ) of the Immigration and Nationality Act ( INA ).
Some time before October 10, 2007, Government House ( the governor's mansion ) in Annapolis ceased to display the cross bottony at the top of the flag pole, but the flags at the State House continue to do so ( adhering to Maryland Code Section 13-202 and 203 ).
The question it presented was whether Section 204 ( g ) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act contradicts Section 203 ( a )( 3 )( B ).
Section 203 of UMRA is a bit more extensive in that it applies to all regulatory requirements that significantly affect small governments, and requires federal agencies to provide notice of the requirements to the government ( s ), enable the officials of the government ( s ) to provide their input on the mandate, and inform and educate the government ( s ) on the requirements for implementation of the mandate.
Section 202 deals with Nicaraguans (~ 95 % of Section 202 beneficiaries ) and Cubans (~ 5 %), whereas Section 203 deals with Salvadorans (~ 65 % of Sec.
* Immigration Through the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act ( NACARA ) Section 203
Assistance is available for speakers of the language who wish to vote in elections in Imperial County, California and Yuma County, Arizona, under Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act.
Section and United
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act of July 3, 1952 ( 66 Stat. 328 ) as amended ( 42 U.S.C. 1952-1958 ), is further amended to read as follows: Section 1.
In addition to the penalties provided in Title 18, United States Code, Section 1001, any person guilty of any act, as provided therein, with respect to any matter under this Title, shall forfeit all rights under this Title, and, if payment shall have been made or granted, the Commission shall take such action as may be necessary to recover the same.
There shall be deducted from the amount of each payment made pursuant to subsection ( C ) of Section 8, as reimbursement for the expenses incurred by the United States, an amount equal to 5 per centum of such payment.
and ( 2 ) such other special funds as may, in the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury, be required each to be a claims fund to be known by the name of the foreign government which has entered into a settlement agreement with the Government of the United States as described in subsection ( A ) of Section 4 of this Title.
a special fund created for that purpose pursuant to subsection ( A ) of this section any amounts hereafter paid, in United States dollars, by a foreign government which has entered into a claims settlement agreement with the Government of the United States as described in subsection ( A ) of Section 4 of this Title.
For United States expenditures under subsections ( A ), ( B ), ( D ), ( E ), ( F ), ( H ) through ( R ) of Section 104 of the Act or under any of such subsections, the rupee equivalent of $200 million.
In the event that agreement is not reached on the use of the rupees for grant or loan purposes within six years from the date of this Agreement, the Government of the United States of America may use the local currency for any purposes authorized by Section 104 of the Act.
Such loans under Section 104 ( E ) of the Act will be made to United States business firms and branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates of such firms in India for business development and trade expansion in India and to United States firms and to Indian firms for the establishment of facilities for aiding in the utilization, distribution, or otherwise increasing the consumption of and markets for United States agricultural products.
In the event the rupees set aside for loans under Section 104 ( E ) of the Act are not advanced within six years from the date of this Agreement because the Export-Import Bank of Washington has not approved loans or because proposed loans have not been mutually agreeable to the Export-Import Bank of Washington and the Department of Economic Affairs of the Government of India, the Government of the United States of America may use the rupees for any purpose authorized by Section 104 of the Act.
With respect to Article 2,, paragraphs 1 ( B ) and 1 ( C ): Uses of Section 104 ( E ) and Section 104 ( G ) rupees: The Government of India will use the amount of rupees granted or loaned to it by the United States pursuant to paragraphs 1 ( B ) and 1 ( C ) for projects to promote economic development with emphasis upon the agricultural sector including food reserve storage structures and facilities as may from time to time be agreed upon by the authorized representatives of the United States and the authorized representatives of the Government of India, in the following sectors: A.
" On July 27, 1868, the day before the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted, U. S. Congress declared in the preamble of the Expatriation Act that " the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ," and ( Section I ) one of " the fundamental principles of this government " ( United States Revised Statutes, sec.
With the 1994 passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the following words were used to label the United States Section of that organization: in French, étatsunien ; in Spanish, estadounidense.
; Attacks on UN Staff workers: Section 1 ( 2 )( a ) of the United Nations Personnel Act 1997 ( c. 13 ) makes provision for assault causing injury, and section 1 ( 2 )( b ) makes provision for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, on UN staff.
( The latter prohibition took effect 1 January 1808, the earliest date on which Congress had the power to do so under Article I, Section 9 of the United States Constitution.
The United States Department of State approved the lifting of Section 508 aid restrictions triggered by the coup ; U. S. assistance to the Central African Republic had been prohibited except in the areas of humanitarian aid and support for democratization.
In May 2010, the Washington State Supreme Court provided an opinion after it was asked to certify a question referred by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington: “ Whether a public library, consistent with Article I, § 5 of the Washington Constitution, may filter Internet access for all patrons without disabling Web sites containing constitutionally-protected speech upon the request of an adult library patron .” The Washington State Supreme Court ruled that NCRL ’ s internet filtering policy did not violate Article I, Section 5 of the Washington State Constitution.
Section and States
In order to assist the States in maintaining basic vocational rehabilitation services, Section 2 of the amended Act provides that allotments to States for support of such services be based on ( 1 ) need, as measured by a State's population, and ( 2 ) fiscal capacity, as measured by its per capita income.
California has accepted the provisions of that Act ( as have all other States ) by enacting into our Code ( Section 2051 ) a provision that
Section and Code
Our leadership in a wide economic boycott of South Africa would be not only in accord, it seems, with the moral conscience of America, not to be denied because we also as a people have widespread injustice in the relations of the races in our own country, but also in accord with our law, U.S. Code Title 19, Section 1307, which forbids the importation of goods made by forced or convict labor.
* California Penal Code Section 158: " Common barratry is the practice of exciting groundless judicial proceedings, and is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months and by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($ 1, 000 ).
* California Penal Code Section 159: " No person can be convicted of common barratry except upon proof that he has excited suits or proceedings at law in at least three instances, and with a corrupt or malicious intent to vex and annoy.
The commandant performs all other functions prescribed in Section 5043 in Title 10 of the United States Code or delegates those duties and responsibilities to other officers in his administration in his name.
The responsibilities of the Commandant are outlined in Title 10, Section 5043 the United States Code and is " Subject to the authority, direction, and control of the Secretary of the Navy ".
The current statutory authorization for the Distinguished Service Medal is Title 10, United States Code, Section 3743.
Under Section 377A of the Penal Code, the introduction of the penis into the anus or mouth of another person is considered a " carnal intercourse against the order of nature " and is punishable with imprisonment of 20 years maximum and whipping.
California effected regulations in 2000 that forced gun locks to be approved by a firearm safety device laboratory via California Penal Code Section 12088.
Until 2007, the California Penal Code Section 26 stated that " Idiots " were one of six types of people who are not capable of committing crimes.
The investigations targeted businesses selling drug paraphernalia, mostly marijuana pipes and bongs, under a little-used statute ( Title 21, Section 863 ( a ) of the U. S. Code ).
Under his administration, Section 936 of the U. S. Internal Revenue Tax Code () was implemented as an economic incentive.
Reacting to fears of Communist subversion, Bennett invoked the controversial Section 98 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Section 322 ( 1 ) of the Criminal Code of Canada provides the general definition for theft in Canada:
Section 80. 1 of the Criminal Code, contained in the schedule of the Australian Criminal Code Act 1995, defines treason as follows: