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(Suspended lawyers who wait more than five years to seek reinstatement are required under Bar rules to retake the bar exam.)
Chronic illness riders, which are governed by life insurance regulations, are not required to offer the same standards for reinstatement required of a LTC policy or LTC rider.
He said that Dr Mukhtar Ahmed had also supported their demand and had assured them to make all-out efforts for reinstatement of the tax rebate.
As it turns out, even when one is wrongfully dismissed, reinstatement to one's earlier job is not a right.
The policy does not have a provision dealing with contestability following reinstatement. The parties agree there is such a period.
The 2009 amendments to the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) left untouched the provisions dealing with an employer's right to deny reinstatement to an equivalent position to a "key" employee, defined as a salaried, FMLA-eligible employee who is among the highest paid 10 percent of all the employees employed by an employer within 75 miles of the employee's worksite.
The company argued the miner's temporary reinstatement, even if granted, should be tolled, or end, as of Jan.
Patel presented himself before NADA for his sample to be collected in the reinstatement process on August 23, 2013.
A property which is under insured will risk loss in the event of a claim and could result in the insured having to contribute a substantial sum to cover the short fall of the reinstatement costs.
"Landlords and tenants alike need to ensure and maintain adequate insurance for the cost of building reinstatement in the event of a major incident."
"Recent estimates from insurance groups estimate that 77 per cent of buildings are undervalued for insurance purposes and the result is that landlords and owners may not fully recoup the full cost of a building's reinstatement, leaving them exposed and facing a funding gap.
Reinstatement of previously extinguished behavior has been demonstrated in studies across species, including rats (e.g., Campbell, Phillips, Fixsen, & Crumbaugh, 1968; Franks & Lattal, 1976; Reid, 1957), pigeons (Doughty et al., 2004; Reid, 1957), and human populations (Reid, 1957; Spradlin, Fixsen, & Girardeau, 1969; Spradlin, Girardeau, & Horn, 1966).