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advisory

A document that contains information and analysis about a threat or vulnerability. Advisories are sent out by an organization to a list of subscribers or is posted on a Web site such as CERT/CC Advisories at www.cert.org/advisories. See alert.

advisory

Advice and information provided to assist in safe conduct of flight and aircraft movement.
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Advisory opinions are not issued for hypothetical situations, general questions of interpretation, activities in which the party requesting the advisory opinion is not, and does not plan to be, involved or applications of the Stark law.
The Tax Court ruled that investment advisory fees are subject to the 2% rule under Sec.
However real the legal threat posed by not offering advisory services, the major providers in that area are confident enough in their investment recommendations that they'll indemnify plan sponsors against any claims involving bum advice.
Southeastern Center's advisory boards serve to guide and focus each of the center's project components as well as its administrative center.
Murdoch Frank ("Dick") Murchison, former president, director and advisory director -- prohibition, a cease and desist order and restitution of $900 in advisory fees and a civil money penalty of $10,000.
The same logic, if extended to investment advisory fees, would war rant an investigation into exactly what services were provided, to determine if they were "unique" to a trust or estate.
The Advisory Opinion implies that for a New Note Defeasance, the State will not say that the old mortgage was released.
The 36-member Community Police Advisory Board was created in May 1994 and includes area business and religious leaders, Neighborhood Watch representatives and other residents.
The Community Advisory Committee meets bimonthly and receives minutes in writing from each of the working parties, with the chair of each working party, who sits on the Community Advisory Committee, speaking to the minutes and answering questions.
This project has developed an advisory council that consists of primarily small employers.
Willetts specializes in providing financial due diligence advisory services to private equity firms and their portfolio companies.
The SEC is proposing that all advisers provide clients with a narrative brochure containing disclosure about the advisory firm written in plain English, and updated at least once a year to reflect any changes.

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