P&I

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AcronymDefinition
P&IPrincipal and Interest
P&IPensions & Investments
P&IPen and Ink (drawings or plans)
P&IPrivileges and Immunities
P&IPiping & Instrumentation (manufacturing)
P&IProtection and Indemnity insurance
P&IPaint & Interior
P&IProcessing and Interpretation (Geophysical Seismic Surveys)
P&IProcess & Instrumentation
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In the fourth article of the Confederation, it is declared "that the FREE INHABITANTS of each of these States, paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice, excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of FREE CITIZENS in the several States; and THE PEOPLE of each State shall, in every other, enjoy all the privileges of trade and commerce," etc.
The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.
"Likewise, it is in contradiction with many relevant consensual resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly, the latest of which is resolution 73/212 that, by underlining the obligation of the United States for the observance of the privileges and immunities of the missions accredited to the United Nations, "which cannot be subject to any restrictions arising from the bilateral relations of the host country", "urges the host country to remove without delay any restrictions applied" and "to ensure respect for such privileges and immunities," the letter noted.
"The United Nations remains very concerned by the continued detention and prosecution of Kartas by the Tunisian authorities, which is in violation of the privileges and immunities that have been granted to Kartas in the interests of the United Nations," Dujarric added.
The plaintiffs are out-of-state residents who contend that Illinois law discriminates against them in a way that forecloses their receiving a license in violation of the Second Amendment and the Privileges and Immunities Clause of the U.S.
The petitioner asserted that the privileges and immunities of diplomatic agents do not exempt these diplomatic agents from the duty to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving states except where these laws make a specific exception in their favour.
The focus of this particular study is the interpretation of the "privileges and immunities of citizens" offered by American political actors, including not only judges, but also elected officials and private citizens, before the Fourteenth Amendment, and primarily, on the eve of the Civil War.
Among their topics are whether international organizations enjoy immunity under customary international law, privileges and immunities of the World Health Organization: practice and challenges, immunities of the European Union, Belgian courts and the immunity of international organizations, to what extent national courts should and can fill the accountability gap, and beyond Srebrinica and Haiti: exploring alternative remedies against the the United Nations.
Originally, these privileges and immunities were granted on a bilateral, ad hoc basis, which led to misunderstandings and conflict, pressure on weaker states, and an inability for other states to judge which party was at fault.
President Almazbek Atambayev signed the law on Kyrgyzstan's joining the UN Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Specialized Agencies of 21 November 1947.
Privileges and Immunities Clause: "[t]he Citizens of each State
Jones added, according to (AP) "We have assurances from the Iraqi government on the privileges and immunities that we need to".