It strongly suggested coordination with regulators before any framework decisions are made.
What does FD stand for?
FD stands for Framework Decision (European Union council)
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- Forest Department
- Formula Dream (racing series; Japan)
- Forsvarsdepartementet (Norwegian: Ministry of Defence)
- Forward Detachment
- Forward Detector
- Foundation Data
- Foundation Degree
- Fourier Descriptor
- Fourth Dimension (band)
- Fox Die (gaming, Metal Gear Solid)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She cited the EU's framework decision on the European arrest warrant, which has been incorporated into Cyprus law, as well as the legal principle of double jeopardy that forbids a defendant from being tried again on the same (or similar) charges following a legitimate acquittal or conviction.
KIRKLEES councillors and officials take no responsibility for their Local Development Framework decisions.
European Union Framework decisions By December 2011, all member states of the European Union must have implemented Framework decision 2008/947/JHA 947 on the application of the principle of mutual recognition to judgments and probation decisions with a view to the supervision of probation measures and alternative sanctions.
Needing to respect the rights of the convicted person, it was established 2009/299/JAI Council Framework Decision of 26 February 2009, amending the Framework Decisions 2002/584/JHA, 2005/783/JAI, 2006/783/JHA, 2008/947/JHA, 2008/909/JHA to enhance the procedural rights of individuals and to encourage the principle of mutual recognition regarding the decisions rendered in the absence of the person in question at the trial (published in Official Journal of the European Union no.
The draft bill, to be called the law on mutual recognition and application of financial penalties and confiscation orders, has been drafted in the light of Bulgaria's obligation as an EU member to implement two European Council framework decisions from 2005 and 2006.
9789004177574 Fighting terrorism through multilevel criminal legislation; Security Council Resolution 1373, the EU framework decision on combating terrorism and their implementation in Nordic, Dutch and German criminal law.