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The SSS member also must have paid at least 36 monthly contributions, 12 months of which should have been made in the 18-month period immediately preceding the month of involuntary separation.
The applicant has no settled unemployment benefit within the last three years prior to the date of involuntary separation.
Of this number, 8.1 percent, or about 2 million families, said they experienced moderate hunger or experienced involuntary hunger 'only once' or a 'few times,' while 1.3 said they experienced severe hunger or experienced involuntary hunger 'often' or 'always.'
One of the more recently litigated issues over the meaning of bona fide dispute is whether a creditor's partially disputed claim is subject to a bona fide dispute that would disqualify the creditor from joining an involuntary petition.
Homeowners may be able to use two provisions to avoid or defer paying tax on all or part of a gain realized on the involuntary conversion of a principal residence.
Lagman said the move made by the Philippine delegation during a meeting with the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearance working group in Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The UN panel will look into cases of enforced and involuntary cases that occurred in the Philippines from 1975 to 2012, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Conviction of involuntary manslaughter carries a prison sentence of up to 7 years, whereas the endangering charge comes with a maximum prison sentence of 5 years.
The report establishes that 'Impunity for enforced or involuntary disappearances in Kashmir continues as there has been little movement towards credibly investigating complaints, including into alleged sites of mass graves in the Kashmir Valley and Jammu region.'
Writing in plain language for general readers, students, families, and professionals, authors Dinah Miller and Annette Hanson (both affiliated with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine) explore the debate over involuntary psychiatric care and treatment.
We examined whether cathodal tDCS to SMA suppressed the abnormal excitability of SMA to reduce the activity of the CBG motor circuits, resulting in the inhibition of involuntary movements.
Scheid ( pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in October regarding the death of his 23-year-old former roommate, Duncan Unternaher.