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)
NJACNational Joint Advisory Committee (United Kingdom)
NJACNew Jersey Arts Collective (Belleville, NJ)
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The NJAC was a proposed body, which would have been responsible for the appointment and transfer of judges to the higher judiciary.
This was informed by Justice (retd) Mian Shakirullah Jan, member Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan (LJCP)/Chairman Sub-committee for Standardization of Service Structure of IT Professionals of superior courts/LJCP in a meeting of NJAC held on Saturday in Supreme Court under the chairmanship of Justice Mushir Alam, said a press release.
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 five-judge bench verdict of Supreme Court gives a sense that it has taken the NJAC as an encroachment in their jurisdictional space.
* Class D beneficiaries are all other beneficiaries not covered by A, B, C, or E (NJAC section 18:26-1.1).
Khawaja, Judge Supreme Court of Pakistan / Chairman NJAC, Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi, Chief Justice Islamabad High Court, Justice Mohammad Azam Khan, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Justice Rana Muhammad Arshad Khan, Chief Judge, Supreme Appellate Court Gilgit-Baltistan, Justice Ghulam Mustafa Mughal, Chief Justice, High Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Justice Sahib Khan, Chief Judge, Chief Court of Gilgit-Baltistan and Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan will also attend the meeting on special invitation.
In Trinidad, Geddes Granger (Makandal Dagga) and the New Joint Action Committee (NJAC) supported these students by protests of their own.
This timeline puts Trinidad and Tobago in the throes of the Black Power Movement in 1970--an unrest that began in 1969 and continued into 1974, depending upon the historical markers being used when the two national revolutionary movements--the National Joint Action Committee (commonly called NJAC (29)) and the National United Freedom Fighters (commonly called NUFF)--revolted for the end of British, American, and Canadian rule and presence in the country.
On the first anniversary of the Sir George Williams incident, on 26 February 1970, the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) and other discontented groups staged a massive demonstration in Port-of-Spain.
The sale of turtles is legal in Pennsylvania but has been illegal in New Jersey since 1972 (NJAC 8:23-2.1).
There are organisations that have been established by African-oriented ethnic groups since 1970, the most prominent of which have been the National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) and the Emancipation Support Committee (ESC).
Regis had 'undetermined eligibility' (see NJAC 11:3-25.3 Ill) for no-fault benefits afforded under GEICO's policy with the insured, Larry Goodwin, a New Jersey resident (who is apparently Mr.