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In general permitting systems, to issue a general permit, the agency usually must make substantive findings about the merits of a general permit it intends to issue, such as whether the permitted activities are likely to cause significant harm to protected interests.
Insurance companies prepare their statutory financial statements using accounting practices "prescribed or permitted by the insurance department of the state of domicile" (see the sidebar, page 108).
Expand trusts permitted to own S stock to include those with multiple income beneficiaries, the ability to accumulate trust income, and trustee powers to spray income among the beneficiaries.
MCCD enforcement personnel can view permit-related data at Georgia weigh stations to check for possible disparities between the permitted load and the actual load.
0,2), up to the maximum permitted building height of 120 feet.
An important provision allows some changes at a facility with only seven days prior notification to the state so long as the annual allowable permitted emissions rate from the entire facility does not increase.
to allow for the forfeiture of this very long standing rent controlled tenancy, the court must consider whether the (tenant) has facilitated, permitted and/or acquiesced in this intolerable situation".
A professional home inspector will raise the issue of improperly performed work and recommend further investigation to determine whether it was permitted and approved.
It simply means that legal recognition is given to the intention of Parliament, and to the fact that the road already exists and was built and permitted before 1984 and that the new environmental review process does not apply in this case.
Modifications to the permit would help shed light on what is permitted - and not permitted - at the airport, an area that has remained gray for decades.