NJAC


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AcronymDefinition
NJACNew Jersey Athletic Conference
NJACNew Jersey Administrative Code
NJACNational Joint Action Committee (Trinidad and Tobago political party)
NJACNot Just Another Con (science fiction convention)
NJACNew Jersey Arts Collective (Belleville, NJ)
NJACNational Joint Advisory Committee (United Kingdom)
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The meeting was attended by members of NJAC including Justice Mehmood Maqbool Bajwa, Judge Federal Shariat Court, Justice Ayesha A Malik, Judge Lahore High Court, Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar, Judge High Court of Sindh, Justice Rooh-ul-Amin Khan, Judge Peshawar High Court, Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan, Judge High Court of Balochistan and Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani, Judge Islamabad High Court.
The absence of an intellectual arm of NJAC in 1970, which Best could have filled, allowed Williams to press his own intellectual reset button to advance (as the title of Chapter 7 puts it)"The Chaguaramas Declaration: The People's Charter Revised" by November 1970, which gave him a new philosophical space that NJAC had failed to fill.
The "basic structure" of the Constitution would be clearly violated if the process of selection of judges to the higher judiciary was to be conducted, in the manner contemplated through the NJAC (National Judicial Appointments Commission).
As previously mentioned, there is a credit against the New Jersey estate tax for any inheritance tax (see NJAC section 18:263.
Both NJAC and NUFF called for a new educational paradigm that eventually resulted in the replacement of the General Certificate of Education (GCE) by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).
See Bill Riviere, "Black Power NJAC and the 1970 Confrontation in the Caribbean: An Historical Interpretation," Paper presented to the University of Pittsburgh seminar on The Black Man in the Caribbean, 1972.
It could safely be affirmed that neither NJAC nor ESC has been instrumental in the organisation of Blacks for participation in entrepreneurial activities and remain better noted for their involvement in cultural activities.
NJAC has approximately 180 employees, about 100 of whom would qualify for the health benefits.
The ten-member NJAC must reach an agreement on a redistricting plan within a specified period.
In response to unrest in Trinidad and to the unfolding events in Canada the Joint National Action Committee, which later become NJAC, had been formed in 1969.
NJAC is itself an alliance of Shiite groups led by the Supreme Assembly of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SAIRI).