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DSQDéveloppement Social des Quartiers (French: Social Development of Neighborhoods)
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DSQDirectorate for Standards and Quality (Vietnam)
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Davies, of Penmaenmawr Road, Llanfairfechan, was originally disqualified from driving in January 2015 for two years after being caught drunk behind the wheel.
She was disqualified from receiving cash assistance benefits for a period of six months.
Besides disqualifying the five MLAs, the court disqualified them for any remuneration ( salaries etc) for the duration of the period from November 9, 2009, when they had given up their membership.
As of June 21 this year some 92,136 people across the UK were disqualified from driving between July 2013 and June 2014.
At present causing death while disqualified carries up to two years in jail.
She was disqualified from driving for 17 months, fined PS320 and ordered to pay costs of PS85 and victim surcharge of PS32.
4975(e)(3) and thus a disqualified person under Sec.
A bankrupt is automatically disqualified from managing a company unless they obtain permission from a court or until their bankruptcy ends.
After initial list of the candidates, the disqualified aspirants were allowed to register their complaints within 48 hours as per established elections law.
Five former lawmakers from Punjab assembly, two from Sindh assembly, one from Balochistan assembly and three from Senate have been disqualified by the commission.
The apex court had disqualified the 11 lawmakers and refereed the case of Malik to the ECP.
You would be wise to seek assistance from a motoring solicitor, given that the offence of driving while disqualified is an imprisonable offence [bar] Jon Wilkins is a specialist Motoring Law and Criminal Defence Solicitor practising across South Wales.