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uk THE appointment of Christine Tacon as the UK's first groceries adjudicator has been welcomed as the first step towards ensuring fairness in the supply chain.
PLANS for a new independent pubs adjudicator have been backed by Redcar MP Ian Swales.
It's important that the Adjudicator has the power to act swiftly and the ability to name and shame supermarkets who break the rules with the suppliers and even in some cases the power to fine them.
In the week that a Commons Select Committee called for the Adjudicator to be given the power to fine supermarkets, Cranswick's profits warning was poignant.
Under Canadian law, refugee claimants held in custody are entitled to periodic detention hearings by an adjudicator with the authority to release them.
Global Banking News-25 March 2010-UK to provide credit adjudicator service for small firms(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Henderson compares adjudicator and faculty feedback, saying, "Adjudicators' comments are more objective because they can just analyze the piece as it was received, whereas with professors, it becomes much more personal.
The notice will set out the facts of the dispute, usually the unpaid debt and there is a window of a few days in which an adjudicator has to be appointed.