Public Contracts Corrupt Practices : Fighting corruption in public procurement : a comparative analysis of disqualification or debarment measures / Sope Williams-Elegbe.; Williams-Elegbe, Sope.
Public Contracts Corrupt Practices Europe Congresses : Corruption in public procurement : proceedings : programme of action against corruption : reports of the 2nd European Conference of Specialised Services in the fight against Corruption, Tallinn (Estonia), 27-29 October 1997.
Public Contracts England : The association, agreement and protestation of the counties of Cornvvall and Devon, January 5, 1643; Cornwall (England : County)
Public Contracts France : A - case of Societe Stenuit v. France : judgement of 27 February 1992 : B - Case of Birou v. France : judgement of 27 February 1992 : C - Case of B. v. France : judgement of 25 March 1992.; European Court of Human Rights.
Public Defenders : Justice and the poor in England : an account of the position of the poor in legal matters in England and Wales; and a study of the inequality in the administration of justice, where they are concerned, and of the remedies which have been attempted, and suggested / by F. C. G. Gurney-Champion, with a foreword by the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Manchester, the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Pella, the Rev. Dr. J. Scott Lidgett, Miss Lucy Gardner.; Gurney-Champion, Frederick Cecil Gurney.
Public Enterprise : Public enterprises in Malaysia : roles, structure and problems.; Raja Mohammed Affandi.
Public Executions England Early Works To 1800 : The last speech of Thomas Wentworth, late Earle of Strafford to the Lords and gentlemen in the tower, who accompanied him to the place of execution with his last speech on the scaffold, May the 12th 1641.; Strafford, Thomas Wentworth,
Public Finance England Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation. : William R. Whereas by an Act of this present Parliament, intituled, An act for remedying the ill state of the coin of the kingdom, ...; England and Wales.
Public Finance Great Britain To 1688 : A few words minding the representative of the Common-Wealth of England how they may pay their armies, and ease the people of their taxes, : which have a long time been a heavy burthen upon the poorer sort. / William Banes.; Banes, William.
Public Finance Law And Legislation Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Charles by the grace of God King of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, to our lovits, [blank] messengers, our Sheriffes in that part conjunctly and severally specially constitute, greeting. Forasmeikle as in the Act of Convention ... shall be uplifted by way of loane out of the severall Sherifdomes and Burrowes of this our kingdome, or supply of our Scots Army in Ireland ....; Scotland.
Public General Acts 1662 14 Charles Ii Ch 3 : Received the [blank] day of [blank] 16[blank] of [blank] the summ of [blank] charged upon the landlord, by vertue of an Act of Parliament : intituled An Act for ordering the forces in the several counties of this kingdom; for the fourth part of one months assessment for one year, after the rate of 70000 l. by the month; for furnishing and defraying the charges of ammunititon and other necessaries. We say received by us [blank] collectors.
Public General Acts 1664 16 Car Ii C 4 : Something offered to the consideration of all those who have had a hand in putting the late made Act, (entituled, An Act to prevent and suppress seditious conventicles) in execution : For the sake of such who have any tenderness towards the innocent; and also for the information of all others, who have had, shall or may have, a hand in putting in execution the said Act, I shall offer something to shew, whom and what exercises of religion are concerned in and by the said Act, and what not, according to the most true natural genuine litteral sense and meaning thereof, and no other wise.; Gibson, Thomas,
Public General Acts 1672 25 Charles Ii Ch 1 : Received then of [blank] the sum of [blank] for the [blank] three months of the eighteen months assessment, charged on the landlord of his [blank] by virtue of a late Act of Parliament : entituled, An Act for raising the sum of 1238750l. for supply of His Majesties extraordinary occasions. We say, received the said sum of - by us [blank] collectors.
Public General Acts 1677 29 Charles Ii Ch 1 : Received this [blank] of [blank] 1678, of [blank] collectors for [blank] the sum of [blank] of the moneys appointed for them to collect by virtue of an Act of Parliament : entituled An Act to raise money by a poll, and otherwise, to enable his Majesty to enter into an actual war against the French king; I say, received by me [blank]
Public General Acts 1690 2 William And Mary Stat 2 Ch : Received then of [blank] for and on the behalf of h[blank] landlord, the sum of [blank] so much being assessed and charged upon h[blank] said landlord : for the [blank] quarterly payment of the aid granted to their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, by virtue of an Act of Parliament, entituled, An Act for granting an aid to Their Majesties of the sum of sixteen hundred fifty one thousand seven hundred and two pounds eighteen shillings, towards the carrying on a vigorous war against France; [blank] say, received the said sum of----- by [blank] collector
Public General Acts 1695 1696 7 And 8 Gul Iii C : The Act for remedying the ill state of the coin of the kingdom, enacts; : that the several receivers-general, and their several deputies, and the particular receivers, collectors and other officers, who have or shall have, or be intrusted with the receipt of collection of his Majesty's revenues, ...; England and Wales.
Public General Acts 1698 10 William Iii Stat 3 Ch 9 : Received then of [blank] for and on the behalf of h[blank] landlord, the sum of [blank] so much being assessed and charged upon h[blank] said landlord : for the [blank] quarterly payment of the aid granted to his Majesty King William the Third, by virtue of an Act of Parliament made in the tenth and eleventh year of His said Majesties reign, intituled, An Act for granting to His Majesty the sum of one million, four hundred eighty four thousand, and fifteen pounds, one shilling and eleven pence three farthings, for disbanding the army, providing for the Navy, and for other necessary occasions. We say received the said sum of------ by us