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verb bank on, be confident, be dependent on, believe in, confide, count upon, depend, feel sure, have confidence in, have faith in, lean on, look to, place trust in, put confidence in, put faith in, rely on, trust
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A digital signature entails using a specific technology called public key infrastructure (PKI), which generally involves a certificate authority, registration authority, subscriber, and a relying party.
The second element requires that a reasonable connection exist between the contents of the accountant's misrepresentations and the action the suing party took by relying on them.
This method addresses both the technical issues mentioned earlier, and also allows the direct comparison of studies relying on different measurements.
16) This has led some tax advisors to recommend that taxpayers make an affirmative election to use an "other" method, even if they are relying upon a prescribed method.
The data recovery success rate is significantly better when recovering from a recent incremental backup point rather than relying on a complete static image that has an older date-time stamp associated with it.
Members are well advised to request representations signed by taxpayers, instead of relying on assumptions.
The reality is that there are a lot of areas in Acton, Agua Dulce and the Antelope Valley where there is not a municipal system, and people are relying upon well water.
Of course, the relying party must trust the authority's assertions about the subject.
The trial court dismissed the shareholders' claim, stating it saw no evidence of Andersen's understanding that they were relying on the results of Andersen's work.
VALENCIA - In a case involving a 2,500-home Valencia development, the state Supreme Court has affirmed a ruling that could end the controversial practice of building subdivisions relying on state water supplies that might not exist.
With fewer than 13% of American households relying on over-the-air reception for their TV signal, we don't need a digital broadcast tuner embedded in every new television in order to accelerate the DTV transition," Shapiro added.