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applicant

(Candidate), noun aspirant, bidder, candiiate under consideration, entrant, inquirer

applicant

(Petitioner), noun claimant, moveant, party, petitioner, solicitant
See also: candidate, claimant, contender, petitioner, prospect, suitor
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He requested Best on the West appoints Anjem Ali as DPS and licence holder.
In order to obtain a hotel apartment licence, the licence holder should be the owner (or leaseholder) of the building in which the hotel apartments are located.
A decision notice about the lifting of the suspension at the 2,400-capacity club refers to "the agreed common position between West Midlands Police, and the new premises licence holder, requesting the suspension is lifted and replaced with the revised operating schedule.
The approved new tightened rules also say that when ownership of a breeding bitch or puppy is transferred the name, address and telephone number of the new owner must be recorded by the licence holder.
Mr Chaplin said environmental officers had issued several warning letters and had given the licence holders advice on controlling the noise, but complaints from local residents have continued.
Every few days, a draw of sorts of motor vehicle licence holders will be conducted.
A personal licence fee costs 42 [pounds sterling], in addition to the three-figure payment to put each licence holder through the necessary 10 hours of training.
The aim of the scheme is to give licence holders the opportunity to discuss issues that affect them, including the new licensing laws.
The board are setting up a tribunal as a matter of urgency and will be instructing relevant licence holders to attend.
The draft law in addition met some human issues like having provisions of realizing mandatory compensation from the licence holders for the death or any kind of loss of a person travelling by vehicles permitted under the BRT.
A CAMPAIGN announced by the Association of Chief Police Officers' (ACPO) asking people to report signs of radicalisation, extremism and vulnerability to terrorism among firearms licence holders has been described as "unjustified and ill-judged" by the Countryside Alliance (CA).
PUBS and clubs across Coventry and Warwickshire may be forced to train a second personal licence holder (PLH) to ensure they are trading within the law.