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The increase in the waiting period is due to a rising demand for the model.
Huberty said he wanted more specifics in the bill about when women are asked about coercion in order to trigger the waiting period, while the two other groups questioned the extended waiting period altogether.
Apparently, at many dealerships in Mumbai and Delhi, the Amaze is readily available and the company has trimmed the waiting period to five to seven business days, reported (http://www.
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Survey results: Waiting periods ranged from 1 to 12 months; 58% required employees to wait 12 months.
The waiting period is intended to allow the authorities to verify that the buyer is not a felon or otherwise disqualified to own a firearm under federal law.
Such restrictions as twenty-four-hour waiting periods, spousal notification, and other forms of "thinly veiled harassment" are the new battleground, she says.
Theriault's lawyer, Greg Cancade of Thunder Bay, will attempt to prove that the mining recorder in Thunder Bay allowed the initial staking to be abandoned and new staking to be recorded without adhering to the mandatory 11-day waiting period.
NASDAQ:CNXS) today announced that the waiting period required by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 with respect to the proposed acquisition of the Company by merger with a subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline plc ("GSK") terminated at midnight on November 20, 2006.
But three House Democrats remain laser-focused on repealing the 24-hour waiting period for abortion imposed by the state's 2011 sonogram law.
The waiting period of the much-acclaimed compact SUV Ford EcoSport has reportedly reached 12 months due to the scaling demand for the vehicle in the domestic auto market.