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Under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), creditors must give notification to applicants against whom an adverse action has been taken, such as a denial or revocation of credit, a change in terms of an existing credit arrangement, or a refusal to grant credit in the amount or on the terms requested.
I have to give notification of my whereabouts everyday for doping purposes, so impossible to completely disappear.
I have to give notification of my whereabouts every day for doping purposes, so it is impossible to disappear completely.
She is also accused of failing to give notification of a change of circumstances between April 2009 and January 2010 after the birth of their daughter.
David John Harton, 28, of Ottawa Road, Middlesbrough, given a 12-month community order with a 100-hour unpaid work requirement and ordered to pay costs of pounds 100 for failing to give notification of a change of circumstances.
We didn't ask them to give notification, they notified on their own and when elections came then Congress party put pressure and now they have withdrawn the notification.
IN articles published in April 2010, we reported that two women, later named as Gitta Jarant and her daughter Anke Anusic, had attempted to smuggle a dead relative on to a plane at Liverpool John Lennon Airport bound for Germany and had been arrested on suspicion of failing to give notification of a death.
Gitta, 66, and stepdaughter Anke Anusic, 41, who live in Oldham, Greater Manchester, but are German, were arrested on suspicion of failing to give notification of a death and bailed until June 1.
Mrs Jarant, 66, and Mrs Anusic were due to board a flight to Berlin with several others when police swooped to arrest them on suspicion of failing to give notification of death.
Two women, aged 41 and 66, were arrested on suspicion of failing to give notification of death.
At Perth Sheriff Court yesterday, Johnstone, of Meigle, was given an absolute discharge after admitting failing to give notification of a change of circumstances.
The Dikler cannot imagine how such information might be of any help to punters, but it did make us ponder whether trainers might also be asked to give notification of when a racehorse is in foal, which might be of some use.