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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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An organization should generally seek express consent when the information is likely to be considered sensitive, while implied consent is more appropriate when the information is less sensitive.
It is important to note that after July 1, 2014 CEMs may only be sent with the explicit or implied consent of the recipient.
Besides these contradicting approaches, there is an important observation regarding the status of implied consent in international law and its relation to targeted killing operations.
As long as the relationship continues, there is implied consent to send CEMs, but only continuing for two years after the last contract for supply of goods and services ends.
The South Dakota Supreme Court should also provide a clear interpretation of the current implied consent statute.
The HPCSA guards against over-reliance on implied consent in the routine clinical face-to-face context, going as far as to state that healthcare practitioners should not take the action of a patient lying down on an examination table as permission to be examined.
The movement toward implied consent for organ donation in many countries makes this issue more urgent to address, as personal choice for donating organs in these situations may be eroding.
Exhortations and other efforts to encourage more organ donations such as implied consent and informed consent have failed to significantly close the large gap between supply and demand.
The thing about consensual sex that many among the moral police don't realise is that the implied consent is only supposed to be of the two engaging ( adult) parties -- not their parents, not the friendly neighbour, not the police or the courts; no one else at all.
It is a criminal offence in this country to retain the passport of another without the passport holder's consent, and any previously implied consent was clearly withdrawn when the employee demanded the return of his passport.
The amendment allows chief judges to appoint the number of general magistrates necessary to expeditiously handle foreclosures and specifies that the referrals are made "with the implied consent of the parties, but the parties are given the opportunity to object to the referral.
Implied consent is apparent when a patient comes to hospital or doctor's clinic for treatment, it is also apparent in a case of comatose patient requiring immediate treatment or a mentally incompetent patient requiring treatment when legal guardian is not available.
read to construe Senate inaction on a nominee as implied consent to the
A patient gives implied consent when they arrive for and do not resist the procedure being undertaken (Kerridge et al.
Norrman refused a chemical test under the implied consent law.