- v. present participle of summons.
“Finance, economic affairs and tourism MEC GH Akharwaray in a statement sent to Sapa on Wednesday said the court would operate much like a tribunal, with powers such as summonsing persons to appear before it, issuing orders that aimed to prevent unfair business practises and imposing fines.”
“It is only going to function if the technology works; we have dynamic scheduling technology, summonsing and calling technology.”
“I expressed myself in moderate terms while criminal proceedings were under way, but summonsing her under the Fraud Act 2006 always looked dodgy - it's difficult to see how you can really call a school place property.”
“The jury system, the way We the People control the judicial branch, would collapse and be unrepresentative without jury summonsing.”
“A new shift of workers should do this to prevent fatigue, using the jury summonsing process as needed (or a parallel poll worker summonsing process) to draft any extras needed.”
“Ralane cited the possibility of summonsing the MECs, but said he would first give them a chance to explain their absence.”
“Fagan said the number of awaiting-trial prisoners could be reduced through measures like summonsing people to appear in court instead of arresting them, increased use of admission-of-guilt fines, and more plea bargaining in all kinds of cases.”
“If it is not satisfied it will consider summonsing Mr. Leon.”
“It is seldom the media which generate the news in Parliament, except for the odd recorded case of fracas in the Press Gallery or the Lobby, or celebrated Budget leaks leading to inquiry and even summonsing of journalists as has happened in years gone by in South”
“If it was not satisfied it would consider summonsing Leon.”
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