adequate notice


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adequate notice

noun ample notice, commensuuate notice, fair notice, good notice, satisfactory notice, sufficient notice, suitable notice, valid notice
Associated concepts: adequate care, adequate compensaaion, adequate remedy at law, adequate security
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The legislation was passed this year and insists on certain measures being taken before 'high risk' speakers appear at universities - including giving adequate notice to relevant officials.
This will ensure that all shareholders receive adequate notice of the director nominations and sufficient information regarding all director nominees, facilitate an orderly and efficient shareholders' meeting and allow shareholders to register an informed vote after having been afforded reasonable time for appropriate deliberation.
Still he rejected our request for the third time, saying that we weren't giving him adequate notice period," said one of the students.
He said businesses would need adequate notice if they have to pay.
In his challenge, he had accused Queen's of failing to give him adequate notice of dismissal this year.
The provisions will help to ensure that all shareholders receive adequate notice of the nominations to be considered at a meeting and can thereby exercise their voting rights in an informed manner.
They argued that the rule for 2013 was issued retroactively and that EPA failed to provide adequate notice of revisions it made to the blending requirements between the time the proposal was issued and the date the rule was finalized.
We are also advising that care is taken to ensure that the tender documentation is as watertight and comprehensive as possible, with adequate notice given so that tenders receive the necessary attention.
The office of state Attorney General Martha Coakley has found selectmen violated the Open Meeting Law in a variety of ways, including failure to post adequate notice of meetings, improper discussions and votes during executive sessions, and deliberating outside of meetings.
An ALJ improperly determined that a company lacked adequate notice when cited for four violations at its plant where an MSHA inspector alleged excessive movement in the ball joints of the steering linkage of four trucks.
As with any insurance matter, it is important to provide prompt and adequate notice of a claim.
A range of stakeholders, including both consumer groups and industry representatives, have suggested the CFPB should increase transparency by improving its process for conducting public hearings and meetings, including providing adequate notice for such hearings and meetings," said the center's report entitled, "The Consumer Protection Bureau: Measuring the Progress of a New Agency.