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Synonyms for consent

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

the act or process of accepting

the approving of an action, especially when done by one in authority

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Companies that use negative option plans must (1) clearly and conspicuously disclose the material terms of the transaction before obtaining the consumer's billing information, (2) obtain a consumer's express consent before charging the consumer, and (3) provide a simple mechanism to stop any recurring charges.
You cannot obtain express consent electronically," Klein said.
Express consent bears more power to justify a transaction than either of those two lesser forms of consent can muster, while implied consent has more power to justify than merely hypothetical consent does.
But councillors voted in line with their planning officer's recommendation to give conditional express consent.
Financial institutions will no longer be able to charge customers overdraft fees on automated teller machine (ATM) and one-time debit card transactions without the customer's express consent under new rules that are effective on July 1, 2010.
In today's world, that same kind of prohibition has been codified into law to protect the intellectual property rights of those who create the content that is recorded on computer files from being unethically and unlawfully distributed without the express consent of those who own that file content.
Unless a patient has given express consent to discuss medical matters regarding the patient to other family members, physicians and their staff members should refrain from giving out private medical information to them.
This means that no intrusive action may be taken without the express consent of the United Kingdom.
Advertisements on land directly facing motor ways and major roads now require the express consent of the relevant local authority as well as prior permission from the landowner.
He articulates in more depth than in his earlier works an entirely secular defense of the principle, anchoring his argument on the case study granting of physicians the moral or legal right to procure the death of any patient, even with express consent, in order to end pain and suffering.
Grosvenor Chemicals Ltd, express consent for the storage and use of hazardous substances at Grosvenor site, Lees Mill Lane, Linthwaite.
What he refers to within his insurance policy is a driving other cars extension (giving third party only cover) and is likely to say something along the lines of "the policyholder may, subject to the owner's express consent, also drive a motor car not belonging to him/her or hired to him/her under a hire purchase or lease agreement".
Any such information will be held securely and will not be passed on to any third party without your express consent.
4 Neither the corporation nor its counsel may reveal the substance of those communications without your express consent.
The agreement says that gambling services should not be offered to residents of countries where doing so is illegal, and that no operator should use a country's horseracing product for betting purposes without the express consent of the race organiser or its rights holder.