not subject to regulation

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The Funds are not mutual funds or any other type of Investment Company within the meaning of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended, and are not subject to regulation thereunder.
Trolls are currently not subject to regulation, but some websites are putting into practice rules to mitigate their activity.
Spot Gold and Silver contracts are not subject to regulation under the U.
Lochhead said yesterday a crown exemption meaning military bases in Scotland are not subject to regulation on radioactivity by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency would be removed.
They are not subject to regulation when it comes to members of the public seeking information about their operations through a Freedom of Information request.
Professionals are worried that care for children aged eight and over is not subject to regulation and nor is care under two hours in duration.
Moreover, hedge funds are not subject to regulation, and adopt the same strategies in their search for higher yields.
The UK's highest court said the charges do not come under "unfair contract" rules, meaning they are not subject to regulation by the Office of Fair Trading.
It is a non-bank financial institution and thus not subject to regulation by the U.
For example, even though Class II railroads are not subject to regulation by the STB, they nonetheless will be required to determine the appropriate unit of property for purposes of the proposed regulations by reference to the regulatory accounting rules otherwise applicable only to Class I railroads.
For now, they're not subject to regulation by the federal government or most states.
How can you call the power utilities in LaLa Land (read California)deregulated, which I take it to mean not subject to regulation, whenthey cannot raise their rates without the blessing of the stategovernment, which regulates their rates?