Section 36, Section 12-962 (B) (3) provides that the state “covers the costs of care of the injured or ill person or the estate of the person to the extent that that person has received money to pay the claim or to satisfy a judgment against the third party.” Nothing inside. 12-962 expressly provides that legal fees or fees are deducted from the amount the victim recovers from the third party before the state can assert its share. However, the victim`s recovery by the victim is limited by section 12-962 (B) (3) to the extent that the victim has received money to settle the claim or satisfy a judgment. If Parliament had wanted the state to recover the full value of the right, it could simply have said “to the extent of the law.” As a result, Parliament limited the collection to the money received, not to the full value of the debt. And in practice, victims do not receive the money their lawyer earns by representing them. On the contrary, counsel is generally entitled to this money as soon as a transaction agreement is reached or a judgment is obtained, and counsel is entitled to these funds before the proceeds are paid to the client. See Langerman Law Offices, P.A. v. Glen Eagles at Princess Resort, LLC, 220 Ariz. 252, 9, 204 P.3d 1101, 1103 (App.2009). It would therefore be inappropriate and inappropriate to assign legal fees to the victim. See Clear Channel Outdoor, 218 Ariz.
172, 33, 181 P.3d applied to 230 (practical and common construction). All documents are then returned to the party that received it. In the event that OGC finds that the agreement is not in good shape or within the statutory powers and powers, the agreement is sent back by letter or brief to identify defects. Results: The correct diagnosis was identified in 85%, 75%, 27% and 16% of the glaucoma disc groups, ADOA and LHON. The proportion of correct diagnoses in the ADOA and LHON groups was significantly lower than normal and glaucomatus (P<0.001). Where glaucoma was chosen as the most likely diagnosis, 61% were glaucomatus, 34% were pathological, but not glaukomatus Ediscs, and 5% were normal. Compared to pathological data media (P<0.05), the agreement was greater on the individual parameters assessed within the normal set of discs. The only parameter that, compared to the ADOA or LHON slices, had a much greater match within the glaucoma disc set was the pallor, with experts agreeing that there was no match in the glaukomatus discs, but no presence or absence in the ADOA and LHON (P<0.01) discs.
Two or more public bodies may, as part of a direct contract or as part of an agreement, provide services or exercise joint powers and enter into agreements of joint action or cooperation, provided that each agency has been authorized by its law or another governing body.