The process of determining these adverse outages is termed as contingency
selection and this can be done by conniving performance indices for each contingencies.
Historically, large scale contingency
operations have been primarily funded through supplemental spending bills outside the federal budget.
The court rejected that amendment and said it was the responsibility of the contingency
lawyer as part of the original contingency
contract to resolve those liens.
Members of the CEW support contingency
operations by either deploying forward or performing backfill missions for DoD personnel who have deployed.
Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) Topic D-77: Accounting for Legal Costs Expected to Be Incurred in Connection with a Loss Contingency
acknowledges that companies practices differ and suggests that, if material, companies should disclose whether or not their policy is to accrue these costs expense them, in accordance with Accounting principles Board (APB) Opinion 22, Disclosure of Accounting Policies.
Evolution of the Joint Contingency
RIMS has taken the lead in calling for an end to contingency
fees in the buyer-broker arrangement.
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The ability contingency
subscale includes items such as "My self-worth is based on my social adaptation competency," assessing the level to which the individual bases his/her self-worth on various abilities and experiences including life experiences, social interaction ability, and working ability.
At a meeting of the governing Liberal Democratic Party's Research Commission on Security, Takamizawa said, ''As a matter of course, the SDF must strengthen its guard and take appropriate action before determining a situation as a contingency
in areas around Japan.
The addition of a contingency
clause may cause a deal to stall because the seller could see this option as a bad faith or unsure decision," said Fabienne Lecole, a vice president at the Corcoran Group.
An interdependent group-oriented contingency
allows every member of a group to receive the same consequence based on some aspect of the group's performance.