The man later obtained permission to sue his former worker for cheating his customers and demanded compensation for damaging his shop's reputation.
What does PTS stand for?
PTS stands for Permission to Sue
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 476 other meanings of PTS in our Acronym Attic
- Pension Tracing Service (UK)
- Per-Trunk Signaling
- Perfect Trinomial Square (mathematics)
- Performance Technical Specifications (construction)
- Performance Technology Solutions
- Performance Training Series (banking)
- Perguruan Tinggi Swasta (Indonesian private university)
- Periodic Technical Survey
- Permanent Threshold Shift
- Permission to Ship
- Permit Tracking System
- Persistent Toxic Substances (environment)
- Personal Track Safety (railway)
- Personal Trainer Specialist
- Personal Training and Simulation (Magpul)
- Personnel Tracking System
- Pesticide Treated Sphere
- PETRONAS (Petroliam Nasional) Technical Standard (oil industry; Malaysia)
- Philatelic Traders Society (England)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Global Banking News-April 17, 2014--HSBC gets permission to sue Deutsche Bank over reps and warrants
However, Sir John Thomas, sitting in London's Civil Appeal Court, ruled the judge had been wrong to refuse DD permission to sue Durham County Council under the Mental Health Act.
Back in February, Hicks and Gillett were denied permission to sue over the pounds 300m sale of Liverpool FC in the USA.
A SINGLE mum whose private photos appeared on a website for prostitutes has received legal permission to sue its US-based operators.
Yesterday, Margaret confirmed she had settled her case against the Scottish Ambulance Service, more than two years after she was given permission to sue for pounds 50,000.
MR JUSTICE FLOYD was highly critical of Tom Hicks and George Gillett in his ruling refusing them permission to sue over the sale of Liverpool FC in the USA.
He had written to the Centre for permission to sue the Dalai Lama, but did not receive reply.