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In addition to requiring that the transaction be on market terms, section 23B specifically prohibits a bank from purchasing any security for which a section 20 affiliate is a principal underwriter during the existence of the underwriting or selling syndicate unless such a purchase has been approved by a majority of the bank's board of directors who are not officers of any bank or any affiliate.
It prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, public accommodation, public service, transportation and telecommunications.
If the city prohibits smoking at its outdoor events, it would be a move in the right direction toward the ultimate goal - to protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke, said anti-smoking advocate Patrick Reynolds.
The new rule will prohibit any fax sent without the recipient's signed authorization.
448 prohibits the use of the cash method of accounting by syndicates.
The offering or rendering of professional services for, or the receipt of, a contingent fee by a CPA, provided that AICPA may prohibit the engaging to render or rendering by a CPA for a contingent fee: (a) of professional services for, or the receipt of such a fee from, any person for whom the CPA also performs attest services, during the period of the attest services engagement and the period covered by any historical financial statements involved in such attest services; and (b) for the preparation of original or amended tax returns or claims for tax refunds;
The bill contained regulations on any future use of the property, including the addition of Section 130265 to the Public Utilities Code to prohibit ``any exclusive public mass transit guideway'' from being built within one mile of the Tujunga Wash unless it is constructed underground - in short, a subway.
Citing lawsuits filed elsewhere, officials felt strongly that the Antelope Valley district needed specifically to prohibit discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation.
Among other things, the rules either prohibit or place limitations on the lending of money or extension of credit between a qualified plan and a related party.
Other new restrictions prohibit operators from jumping the wake of another vessel within 100 feet and from turning sharply in close range of any person or vessel to ``spray them down.
The suit requests the court to issue an injunction to prohibit the discriminatory action from continuing and to declare the policies and actions of the school district unconstitutional.
Other restrictions would prohibit the use of lumber less than two inches wide for patios, decks, trellises and other outdoor purposes.
The taxpayer argued that the regulations do not prohibit an adjustment for estimated shrinkage and, therefore, whether the method clearly reflects income is a question of fact that may not be resolved by summary judgment.
The FDA will prohibit certain uses of cephalosporins in specific food animals in an attempt to preserve the antibiotics effectiveness for treating human infections.
Thirty-eight chambers prohibit the use of cell phones on the floor.