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existing previously or before something

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The Indian RFIs reporting pre-existing accounts should, therefore, ensure that the U.
New Delhi [India], Jan 15 ( ANI ): All Indian Reporting Financial Institutions (RFIs) are to ensure that the United States Tax Identity Number (TIN) is reported of each pre-existing account for the year 2017 onwards, in compliance of the Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) signed between India and United States under Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), CBDT notified on Monday.
Crespo voted to pass state-level protections for people with pre-existing conditions like cancer, diabetes or heart disease.
If you had cancer or diabetes or even a Caesarean section, insurance companies labeled it a pre-existing condition and slapped you with a whopping insurance premium.
After the 2010 passage of the ACA, the industry kept lobbying on the pre-existing condition issue - and this week, the House passed a bill to repeal the ban on insurance companies discriminating against sick people.
It was determined Line 400-1 failed from a fracture at a pre-existing crack that had remained stable for over 50 years prior to the occurrence.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises cruise holidaymakers with pre-existing health conditions to make sure they are properly insured.
And as the cruise industry gears up for 2015, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is advising cruise holidaymakers with pre-existing health conditions to make sure they are properly insured.
Investigators in Seoul, Korea, looked at 80 patients with pre-existing dry eye following cataract surgery.
com)-- Status Global Insurance are excited to announce the ground-breaking launch of the specialised travel insurance product, Fit-4-Travel, which offers comprehensive cover, with no upper age limit to UK citizens residing throughout the EU, who have extensive pre-existing medical conditions.
Even the most ardent Obamacare detractors admit that they like the part of the law that allows Americans with pre-existing conditions access to healthcare (before Obamacare a pre-existing condition meant insurance companies could deny you coverage).
When using pre-existing third-party content in advertising materials, such as a sound recording or piece of film or television footage, in addition to obtaining the necessary applicable copyright licenses, an advertiser or agency that is a signatory to the SAG-AFTRA Commercials Contract may be required to bargain with and pay union residuals to a performer whose performance is embodied in those materials.
MANY over-50s risk travelling without valid health insurance because they are unclear about which pre-existing medical conditions they need to declare.
According to NHS, the Affordable Care Act is giving Americans better value for their health insurance plans by eliminating lifetime dollar caps on essential 'health benefits and phasing out annual caps; prohibiting health insurance companies from denying coverage to children based on a pre-existing condition, as well as making it illegal for companies to deny anyone coverage because of a pre-existing condition starting in 2014; and making it illegal for an insurer to charge women more simply because they are women.
A study in mice suggests that new heart cells arise from pre-existing heart cells and that the renewal process slows with age.