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something undertaken, especially something requiring extensive planning and work

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Last month the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that it would refer the acquisition for an in-depth investigation unless Regus plc (Regus) offered acceptable undertakings to address its concerns.
EU Commission previously pointed out that two Astronergy production factories both in China and in EU would cause concern of EU Commission for the future MIP undertaking obligation implementation and operation by potential cross subsidy risks.
Traders are also ordered to publicise a prominent notice on their website stating "The operator of this business is subject to an Undertaking accepted by Coventry County Court under section 217(9) of the Enterprise Act 2002.
At Whitman and Ingersoll Houses, at two of the NYCHA's oldest developments, a huge capital undertaking will renovate 3,500 living spaces, bathrooms, kitchens and elevators.
Consider water sources and ingress and egress of people and equipment when undertaking your plan.
has agreed with the European Commission to an undertaking restricting Check Point's business practices after a complaint by Stonesoft Corporation that Check Point was abusing its dominant market position to exclude Stonesoft from the market.
The authors also note that the undertakings of the early modernizers were carried out under pressure and in the face of strong resistance from the Ottoman Muslim population who were psychologically conditioned to resent imitating the West.
Though a discussion of the actual calculations typically undertaken to back out foreign exchange losses in the situation discussed here, and to properly determine the amount of income that should be attributed to the related distributor for undertaking foreign exchange risk, is beyond the scope of this article, it is important to remember that foreign exchange factors, such as those discussed here, can be a difficult and material consideration under Sec.
The regulations define an undertaking as the smallest unit that can constitute an activity.
The difficulty and risks of behavioural undertaking obligations that are clear, comprehensive and rigorous enough to address the competition issues arising from this scale of vertical integration, but that are flexible enough to allow Brookfield to engage in legitimate operational activities.
the " Company ") (TASE, NASDAQ: EMITF) announced today that it has entered into a letter of undertaking (the " Letter of Undertaking ") with the trustees (the " Trustees ") of the Company's Series 1, C, D, E, F and G note holders (the " Note Holders " and the " Notes Series ", respectively), which includes the following principles:
The act will also require nontraditional "owners" and "contractors" such as tenants undertaking interiors work on their own behalf or on behalf of a subtenant; landlords performing work for tenants under a lease, and other parties, to be sensitive to payment and performance provisions in their contracts because work letters or tenant improvement allowance provisions in leases may be deemed to be "construction contracts" for purposes of the act.
The job-related and trade or business requirements for full-time students generally arise in two different contexts: (1) whether the taxpayer's education period is merely i temporary hiatus from his previous job to a new job (in the same field), or (2) whether the taxpayer was in a trade or business before undertaking the graduate education.
The scheduling of the groundbreaking results from North Metro entering into a preliminary undertaking for construction and permanent financing and continued progress toward receipt of all required permits and government approvals.
There are several options for removing the lien: Post an undertaking as security for the lien; deposit funds into court as security for the lien; challenge the lien (if it is defective on its face) in a summary proceeding; or settle with the contractor.