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There is a specific provision that the requested Party shall use its information gathering measures to obtain the requested information even though that Party may not need such information for its own tax purposes.
6 per cent by specific provisions and reserved interest.
In a statement, the central bank said, 'While the counter-cyclical buffer so created would be available to banks for making specific provisions during economic downturns, there is a need for banks to make higher specific provisions also as part of the prudential provisioning framework.
Charts are organized chronologically by AIA document number and edition and broken down into specific provisions with a list of relevant cases and interpretations of the provision.
Yet, CNIL did not cite a specific provision of the Act upon which it based this finding.
Specific provisions for denominational schools existed in the BNA Act, protected in the Constitution.
The rationale for this is that a "broker negotiates just as much when he brings the parties together in such a frame of mind that they can by themselves evolve a plan of procedure as when he himself carries on the discussion and personally induces an agreement to accept a specific provision.
Maney declined to detail his position on specific provisions such as a driver's license database and restrictions on asylum seekers.