civil authority

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Synonyms for civil authority

a person who exercises authority over civilian affairs

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For civil authority coverage to apply, there must be loss or damage to property other than at the described premises.
2) The action of civil authority is taken in response to dangerous physical conditions resulting from the damage or continuation of the Covered Cause of Loss that caused the damage, or the action is taken to enable a civil authority to have unimpeded access to the damaged property.
According to the ISO CP 00 30 10 12, Business Income (and Extra Expense) Coverage Form, for civil authority coverage to apply, there must be loss or damage to property other than at the described premises.
The army of the Republic operated spatially as a lateral instrument of the civil authority, an extensor swung from a universal joint.
And note the language says the civil authority coverage only operates if both (1) and (2) apply.
We are supporting Turkey's efforts aiming at the improvement of civil authority," Cavusoglu said.
In some cases, policyholders have found themselves left without coverage even though they purchased business interruption coverage with civil authority, ingress/egress and contingent business interruption provisions.
According to Biesecker-Mast, these groups faced a persistent issue--how to maintain faithfulness to a defenselessness that requires separation from society while acknowledging that the civil authority is ordained by God.
The Secretary of Defense has withheld the authority to arm any military troops operating in the homeland in a Defense Support to Civil Authority mission, so a local commander cannot arm personnel who are conducting an IRA mission.
Their constitution called for those tribes to live under "peace, civil authority, righteousness, and the Great Law.
Based on lessons learned from SARS a few years ago, Noonan advises companies to: 1) have a plan for dealing with employees who travel; 2) have a quarantine plan for employees returning from risk-exposure countries to reduce the opportunity for mass exposures; 3) reduce or eliminate travel to high-risk areas; and recognize the potential exists for exposure in transportation, especially airlines; and 4) have a business continuity plan in case of mass illness/closure due to a Civil Authority order that includes a procedure for allowing remote work.
Whereas an insurgent is a ``person who revolts against a civil authority or an established government,'' a terrorist is someone who targets innocents and noncombatants in an effort at intimidating a government into acceding to his demands.
have the right not to be hindered by legislation or administrative action on the part of the civil authority in the selection, training, appointment and transfer of their own ministers," Fr.
Though property damage related to the event was low, the outage triggered at least $75 million in claims, most of them on commercial policies with contingent business, civil authority or other interruption triggers.
The system is considered "inherently safe," by the company, as it is based on eye-safe electro-optics rather than flares, which is an important factor in receiving US Federal Aviation Authority and other civil authority certification.
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