Continuing consideration

CONTINUING CONSIDERATION. A continuing consideration is one which in point of time remains good and binding, although it may have served before to Support a contract. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 628; 1 Saund. 320 e, note (5.)

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This past year we also witnessed important developments in the continuing consideration of the causes of action available under the Administrative Procedure Act, and in trade adjustment assistance litigation, notably concerning equitable tolling of time limits and the definition of an "article" for purposes of establishing eligibility.
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Those called to reflect in churches and the academy about these questions will be indebted to Evans and his collaborators, who have provided an important resource for the continuing consideration of this topic.
Furthermore, to assure its continuing consideration, transparency should be defined within the Conceptual Framework's sections on objectives and qualitative characteristics.
The jury at one of Ireland's most sensational murder trials set legal history last night by continuing consideration of its verdict after a record four days.
As continuing consideration for the Service's acceptance of the taxpayer's offer, the taxpayer must be in full compliance with all filing and payment requirements of the law for a period of five years after the offer is accepted.
The FTC made the right move in delaying implementation of the Red Flags Rule and we certainly still appreciate the commission's continuing consideration of our request for a CPA exemption," Melancon said.
The FTC made an appropriate decision in delaying implementation of the Red Flags Rule and we appreciate the commission's continuing consideration of our request for a CPA exemption," said Barry Melancon, president and CEO of the AICPA.
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