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

proof of legal permission to do something

departure from normal rules or procedures

excessive freedom; lack of restraint

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Beyond Licensing for Insurers & Adjusting Firms
A special show discount of 10% is available during Licensing Expo on all LICENSING LETTER publications at our booth or by calling 212-941-0099 and mentioning Priority Code PRIOR6004.
* Flexible and adaptable licensing to suit your exact needs.
You need only apply once and TV Licensing will automatically renew your free licence every three years.
On or after July 1, 2008, computer based distance learning courses may be approved by the Department of State to satisfy the educational requirements for salesperson and broker licensing classes.
To give CPAs the professional mobility to work in more than one jurisdiction without having to undergo a time-consuming, redundant licensing process, the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) introduced the concept of "substantial equivalency." This article will clarify substantial equivalency and identify recent changes in the UAA that are affecting its implementation in the 55 U.S.
Pathway 2 -- Pathway 2 is similar to the licensing requirements of many other states.
901(1) to foreign withholding taxes on payments in a "back-to-back computer program licensing arrangement" in the ordinary course of the licensor's and licensee's respective trades or businesses, is not necessary for Sec.
Ten years later, NIPR is poised to reach its ultimate goal of becoming a one-stop, centralized licensing venue for agents across the United States, including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
(1) Most states regulate the industry through contractor licensing laws designed to promote public confidence and trust in the competency and integrity of licensees and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
Halifax -- Half of Nova Scotia's licensed child care centres are operating under conditional licences because they did not pass all the licensing standards of the Department of Community Services for renewing licenses in 2004-2005.
student, came to Mejia's office of technology licensing to patent his search engine software, called PageRank.
In the music industry, for example, compulsory licensing has been the norm for decades, and despite ongoing debates over sampling, not too many creators are interested in discarding that arrangement.
A radical shake-up in licensing laws could call time on red-tape wrangles for pub landlords across Coventry and Warwickshire.